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Networking in Red Hat OpenShift for Windows

Hello again, Today we will be drilling into a more complex topic following the introduction to Red Hat OpenShift for Windows on premises two weeks ago. We will expand into the networking layer of the architecture that we have chosen ... continue reading
Infrastructure + Security: Noteworthy News (November, 2018)

Infrastructure + Security: Noteworthy News (November, 2018)

Hi there! This is Stanislav Belov here, and you are reading the next issue of the Infrastructure + Security: Noteworthy News series! As a reminder, the Noteworthy News series covers various areas, to include interesting news, announcements, links, tips and ... continue reading
High level diagram of an OpenShift for Windows 2 node cluster deployment

Managing Windows containers with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.11

Who is the new guy blogging? Before getting into the topic, I wanted to introduce myself. My name is Mike Kostersitz, I am Principal Program Manager and just joined the core networking team in the Cloud and AI organization. I ... continue reading

Windows Server 2019 Now Available

Introduction Windows Server 2019 is once again generally available. You can pull the new Windows Server 2019 images—including the new ‘Windows’ base image—via: docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows/servercore:1809 docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows/nanoserver:1809 docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows:1809 Just like the Windows Server 2016 release, the ... continue reading

Windows Server 2019 Now Available

Introduction Windows Server 2019 is once again generally available. You can pull the new Windows Server 2019 images—including the new ‘Windows’ base image—via: docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows/servercore:1809 docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows/nanoserver:1809 docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/windows:1809 Just like the Windows Server 2016 release, the ... continue reading

Windows Server 2019 – Announcing general availability in October! 

This blog post was authored by Erin Chapple, Corporate Vice President, Windows Server. I am thrilled to be back at Ignite this year! Over the last two years, Ive had the pleasure to announce major releases of Windows Server. Two ... continue reading
Windows Admin Center 1809 and SDK now generally available!

Windows Admin Center 1809 and SDK now generally available!

This blog post was co-authored by Samuel Li, Haley Rowland, Cosmos Darwin, and Daniel Lee, Program Managers, Windows Server. The momentum continues Its been an exciting debut year for Windows Admin Center, the next-generation graphical management for Windows Server. Our ... continue reading
Moving Windows Server and SQL Server licenses from SPLA to CSP

Moving Windows Server and SQL Server licenses from SPLA to CSP

As you may heard, now CSP partners can buy Windows Server and SQL Server licenses on behalf of their customers directly in Partner Center. It became possible because on new functionality in Partner Center, described here. New functionality allows partners, ... continue reading
Hello World MSMQ! …from Windows Containers

Hello World MSMQ! …from Windows Containers

Hello from Microsoft Hackathon!!! What are we hacking? Containerizing MSMQ! Let me tell you more… MSMQ (Microsoft Message Queuing) is one of the top asks from Enterprise customers who are lifting and shifting traditional apps with Windows Containers. We are ... continue reading
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