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Network start-up and performance improvements in Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Windows Server, version 1803

Network start-up and performance improvements in Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Windows Server, version 1803

Increased container density, faster network endpoint creation time, improvements to NAT network throughput, DNS fixes for Kubernetes, and improved developer features A lot of enthusiasm and excitement surrounds the highly anticipated quality improvements to the container ecosystem on Windows; all ... continue reading

Azure SQL Database – the database engine that cannot die

Azure SQL Database is highly available database Platform as a Service that guarantees that your database will be up and running 99.99% of time, without worrying about maintenance and downtimes. This is a fully managed SQL Server Database Engine process ... continue reading
Windows Defender System Guard runtime attestation architecture

Introducing Windows Defender System Guard runtime attestation

At Microsoft, we want users to be in control of their devices, including knowing the security health of these devices. If important security features should fail, users should be aware. Windows Defender System Guard runtime attestation, a new Windows platform ... continue reading

Connect to Virtual Machines (VMs) on PAW

Continuing the PAW series, this blog post discusses the options to connect to the VMs running on the PAW device. In Windows, you can connect to a locally running VM using: VMConnect (basic mode or enhanced mode) RDP using mstsc.exe ... continue reading
Invisible resource thieves: The increasing threat of cryptocurrency miners

Invisible resource thieves: The increasing threat of cryptocurrency miners

The surge in Bitcoin prices has driven widescale interest in cryptocurrencies. While the future of digital currencies is uncertain, they are shaking up the cybersecurity landscape as they continue to influence the intent and nature of attacks. Cybercriminals gave cryptocurrencies ... continue reading

Default Code Integrity policy for Windows Server

After Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC, formerly known as Code Integrity) was released in Windows Server 2016, I wrote a blog post on it, it was a very effective way to do application whitelisting, and get secure! When engaging with ... continue reading
Quick Reference: Recovery Options for Post-Mortem Debugging for Windows and Virtual Machines

Quick Reference: Recovery Options for Post-Mortem Debugging for Windows and Virtual Machines

Hi everyone, Robert Smith here to talk to you today a bit about crash dump configurations and options. With the wide-spread adoption of virtualization, large database servers, and other systems that may have a large amount or RAM, pre-configuring the ... continue reading
Windows Event Viewer showing the Hyper-V-VMMS Admin log

Looking at the Hyper-V Event Log (January 2018 edition)

Hyper-V has changed over the last few years and so has our event log structure. With that in mind, here is an update of Ben’s original post in 2009 (“Looking at the Hyper-V Event Log”). This post gives a short ... continue reading
RDmi (RDS modern infrastructure)

Part 1 Ultimate Step to Remote Desktop Services HTML5 on Azure QuickStart Deployment #RDS #S2D #VDI #RDP #RDmi

As I did already an step by Step Step by Step Server 2016 Remote Desktop Services QuickStart Deployment  #RDS #VDI #RDP #RemoteApp Step by Step Server 2016 Remote Desktop Services QuickStart Deployment #RDS #VDI #RDP #RemoteApp that’s Covering all the ... continue reading
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WNV Deep Dive Part 6 – Container Networking: Transparent and L2bridge Networks

By James Kehr, Networking Support Escalation Engineer The next Container network type on the list is called, transparent. Production Container workloads, outside of swarms and special Azure circumstances, should be using a transparent network. Unless you need to use L2 ... continue reading