Tag: Containers

Windows Server Fall Release (1709) Technical Foundation

Speaker: Jeff Woolsey, Principal Program Manager WS2016 Recap Design points Layered security for emerging threats:  Jeff has been affected by 4 of the big, well publicised hacks. CEOs are being fired because of this stuff now. Build the software-defined data centre Create a cloud-optimized application platform Security in WS2016 Long laundry list of features: Defender,…

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Windows Server – What’s New & What’s Next

Speakers: Erin Chapple, General Manger Windows Server Chris Van Wesep, Director Product Marketing Erin Chapple starts things. Today they’ll talk about what’s new in Windows Server, what’s the future, and the hybrid/migration opportunities. WS2016 Looking Back Most cloud-ready OS: Built-in security: Protection of identity (Credential Guard), secure the virtualization platform (shielded VMs, vTPM), and built-in…

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Russinovich on Hyper-V Containers

We’ve known since Ignite 2015 that Microsoft was going to have two kinds of containers in Windows Server 2016 (WS2016): Windows Server Containers: Providing OS and resource virtualization and isolation. Hyper-V Containers: The hypervisor adds security isolation to machine & resource isolation. Beyond that general description, we knew almost nothing about Hyper-V Containers, other than…

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Windows Server Containers – “Enter-PSSession : The term ‘Measure-Object’ Is Not Recognized”

If you’ve been working with Windows Server Containers in Windows Server 2016 (WS2016) Technical Preview 3 (TPv3) then you’ve probably experienced something like this: You create a new container Then start the container And try to create a PowerShell session into the container using Enter-PSSession And then there’s lots of red on the screen: enter-pssession…

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