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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

Turkey Day Mailbag

Hello Networking Enthusiasts – Tomorrow, the US will celebrate Thanksgiving and since we’re so close to a holiday we decided to keep this week’s blog fairly simple and answer some common questions and information we’ve seen over the last few ... 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
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Leap Seconds for the AppDev: What you should know

Author: Travis Luke Last week my esteemed colleague Dan Cuomo introduced Leap Seconds support for Windows 10 including what you need to know if you’re an IT Pro. If you’re an application developer, the things you need to know are ... continue reading
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Leap Seconds for the IT Pro: What you need to know

Hi Everybody – Program Manager Dan Cuomo here to tell you, the IT Pro, everything you need to know about Leap Seconds on Windows. If you saw our recent blog series on the Top 10 Networking Features, you may have ... continue reading
Notes from the Field: Microsoft SDN Software Load Balancers

Notes from the Field: Microsoft SDN Software Load Balancers

Kyle Bisnett and Bill Curtis here. We are two Software Defined Network Blackbelts and Premier Field Engineers at Microsoft and specialize in Hybrid Cloud technologies, which includes Cloud Platform System, Azure Stack and WSSD/SDDC. Most importantly, we ensure it’s easy ... continue reading
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LEDBAT: Public Service Announcement

There is buzz on the IT Blogs & Boards that LEDBAT isn’t working as advertised on Windows Server 2016 and up – this is easily explained and is the result of a misconfiguration that is also easily remedied. The symptoms ... continue reading
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TCP Templates for Windows Server 2019 – How to tune your Windows Server Transports (Advanced users only 😉)

Windows TCP parameters can be configured using templates. However, Windows TCP template tuning is one of the deepest darkest mysteries throughout the land. There is only one solution to this problem. Simplicitas ad redigendum (according to Bing) this is Latin ... continue reading
Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: Wrapping up!

Top 10 Networking Features in Windows Server 2019: Wrapping up!

The past ten weeks have been energizing for us a team, as we’ve had the opportunity to share the networking investments and innovation with Windows Server 2019, and relish the excitement many of you have shared about the product. I ... continue reading
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