Personally, I find Microsoft’s recent moves to improve support for Linux and its overall relationship with open source to be very exciting. I’ve taken full advantage of these new opportunities to rekindle my love for the C and C++ languages and to explore Linux anew. Since my general line of work keeps me focused on the datacenter, I’ve similarly kept tight focus on server Linux builds and within the confines of Microsoft’s support matrix. Sure, I’ve had a good time learning other distributions and comparing them to what I knew. But, I also realize that I’ve been restricting myself to the safe walled garden of enterprise-style deployments. It’s time for something new. For my first step outside the walls, I’m going to take a crack at Kali Linux. What is Kali Linux? The Kali Linux project focuses on security. In most of the introductory literature, you’ll find many references to… Read More»
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Microsoft released a few new features in Hyper-V as part of its Windows 10 Creators Update. Here’s what you need to know!
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Hyper-V is a great Microsoft product, but in some instances it uses very confusing terms and concepts. Here we break down and explain some of these terms.
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A comparative analysis between Client Hyper-V and VirtualBox, to help you take an informed decision on which hypervisor best suits your needs.
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Enhanced Session Mode in Client Hyper-V ties the VMConnect.exe application into the Hyper-V host’s VMBus component. Check out the guide.
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Windows 10 brings several new features to the desktop version of Hyper-V. Check out this Hyper-V client guide on requirements and setting up.
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RemoteFX enhances the Remote Desktop and VMConnect experience for Hyper-V guest – most commonly with video capabilities for the purposes of 3D acceleration.
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While we at Altaro always try to keep you all up to date on the latest dealings in the world of Hyper-V and Microsoft virtualization, sometimes there is such a wealth of information released or a large group of product releases that at times it just helps to get it all out there!
Therefore, I’ve prepped 10 useful links below that i hope you will find useful in your IT adventures!
Original post link: 10 Hot Hyper-V Topics of the Moment
In talking with IT pros in the industry on a regular basis, I often see ebbs and flows of interest regarding specific topics or technologies, and one such topic that I’ve seen several inquiries on lately is Client Hyper-V. Its difficult to pin down any one reason, but whatever the cause, it’s very apparent there…
Original post link: Introduction to Client Hyper-V
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