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WSL2 now available on Windows Server 2022

Original Post Read More 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 I could not wait.  Here’s

AzUpdate S04E15: Announcements from MSBuild

Original Post Read More Hey everyone, Pierre Roman is off in Canada spreading the good word of Azure so April and I are bringing the latest Build updates!  Please, join us and let us know what you think was the most exciting announcement.     Azure Container Apps are now

Dynamically route alerts to the right team.

Original Post Read More Hello folks,   After a discussion with a customer where they were expressing their “displeasure” with the number of alert notifications that the IT department was receiving from environments that were not critical but still in need of monitoring.  I started thinking about how we could

Operations view of Microsoft Build

Original Post Read More Microsoft Build for IT Pros   To be completely honest, in the past I didn’t pay attention to MSBuild it was MSIgnite that I paid attention to or attended.  My background is Infrastructure, if I code it’s some PowerShell but hey that can mean you are

AzUpdate S04E14: Microsoft Build 2022 Special edition

Original Post Read More Hello Folks,   Normally during AZUpdate, we cover what’s new coming out of Redmond. This week, mostly because of the news embargo leading up to Microsoft Build, news items are very sparse. Therefore, we decided to take a different approach.  April Edwards (@TheAprilEdwards), Amy Colyer (@wyrdgirl), and

Docker Host network alternatives for Windows containers

Original Post Read More One of the things I like to do on my spare time is browse around forums, such as Reddit, Stack Overflow, and others, to check on questions people have around Windows containers that are not showing up on comments or here on Tech Community. Recently, a

Learn Containers and Kubernetes from Microsoft Learn!

Original Post Read More If you’re like me a few years ago, just hearing about Containers and Kubernetes or looking at some demos or documentation, would make your head spin. The transition from traditional IT to this new model of running compute resources, is not natural or simple. It requires