Picking up where we last left off, Yung Chou and Keith Mayer continue our
Accelerate DevOps with the Cloud series as they welcome Andrew Weiss from
Microsoft Consulting Services as they show us how we can manage Docker
containers using PowerShell DSC.
[1:15] What is Docker?
[4:06] How is it relevant to IT pros?
[8:20] DEMO: Docker in action
Conventional wisdom refers to DevOps as a strategy, an approach, or a
movement as some call it. DevOps addresses the idea that Development and
Operations need to be aligned well in an application lifecycle, work closely
and collaboratively to eliminate inefficiency, reduce bottlenecks, and
maximize productivity. The concept is certainly not new, for decades business
processes and operations based on software engineering concepts or lifecycle
management methodologies are all trying to minimize inefficiency and maximize
productivity. So what is different now.
DevOps in Cloud Compu... (more)
This was a presentation which I delivered at Stratford University in PDF
format. My focus was on bringing clarity of cloud computing to the audiences
so we can better articulate the business values of cloud computing and why
cloud is or perhaps is not...(read more )
As announced at TechEd 2014 North America , deploying Windows 7 and Windows
8.1 Enterprise clients to Microsoft Azure is now available for MSDN
subscribers. The following is a typical user experience. Log into Microsoft
Azure Management Portal with a...(read more )
Hyper-V over Server Message Block (SMB) signifies a newly emerging trend of
cost reductions on storage hardware and a progressing standardization of
storage virtualization solutions. In Windows Server 2012, an SMB file share
can now store virtual machine (VM) and SQL Server resources in addition to
traditional end-user files like office documents. SMB protocol is a network
file sharing protocol allowing applications to read and write to files and
requesting services from server programs in a computer network. Windows
Server 2012 introduces the new 3.0 version of SMB protocol. A W... (more)