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How Microsoft Azure helps drive agility and optimization for your business

Welcome to Microsoft Ignite! I’m incredibly inspired by this global community and how you’ve navigated your organizations through significant changes over the past few years. In a world where business leaders are feeling the pressure to do more with less, ... continue reading
Using WSL 2 on Windows Server 2022 to run Linux containers

Using WSL 2 on Windows Server 2022 to run Linux containers

Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 (WSL 2) is one of the most popular features for developers on Windows 10 and 11. It has recently been made available on Windows Server 2022. With this addition, you can now run Linux containers ... continue reading
How To Linux: A Windows Administrator’s Guide to Linux for the Newbie

How To Linux: A Windows Administrator’s Guide to Linux for the Newbie

Well, it’s long overdue that I left the comfort of my Windows GUI and ventured into the world of Linux. Mind you I have dabbled a very little bit over the years, watched some training videos about 18 years ago, ... continue reading
Upgrading your container app from Windows Server 2019 to 2022 on Azure Kubernetes Service

Upgrading your container app from Windows Server 2019 to 2022 on Azure Kubernetes Service

Note: As of the writing of this blog, Windows Server 2022 is on Public Preview on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). If you’ve been playing with containers, the thought of upgrading to a new OS version might seem way too simple: ... continue reading

Hosting PowerShell in a Python script

Yes Virginia, languages other than PowerShell do exist. I was working with a partner group here at Microsoft and they explained that they wanted to parse PowerShell scripts from Python. Their natural approach was to invoke the PowerShell executable and ... continue reading
WSL2 now available on Windows Server 2022

WSL2 now available on Windows Server 2022

Hello folks! If you’re one of those Devs/ITPros using the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) you know how useful and powerful it can be. We announced during Microsoft Build last week that WSL2 will be broadly available in June. But ... continue reading
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Microsoft finds new elevation of privilege Linux vulnerability, Nimbuspwn

Microsoft has discovered several vulnerabilities, collectively referred to as Nimbuspwn, that could allow an attacker to elevate privileges to root on many Linux desktop endpoints. The vulnerabilities can be chained together to gain root privileges on Linux systems, allowing attackers ... continue reading
Deploy Bicep files by using GitHub Actions

Deploy Bicep files by using GitHub Actions

Recently, I did a live streaming session for the New York City Microsoft Reactor in which I took concepts from the Quickstart: Deploy Bicep files by using GitHub Actions doc and put them into action. In this session I create ... continue reading
Bastion 101 - Connections with Confidence

Bastion 101 – Connections with Confidence

Lately, I have been spending a lot of time working with Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) debugging some ways to deploy applications. Sometimes when troubleshooting a problem, it helps to have administrative access directly to the server. Finding solutions to avoid ... continue reading

System Center 2022

Datacenters are complex with multiple components across compute, storage and networking – components that are used to store and manage the most critical resources, vital for continuous operations of an organization. These IT environments quickly grew out of control, along ... continue reading