VB is not junk and who made you king of forum posts anyway? The jerk store called and said that your delivery of jerk is ready because you're a jerk. Jerk.
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Mar 29, 2016 at 5:05AM
Sweet monkey in heaven, it's about time. This is what it's really going to take to get quality software sold in the Store.
Project centennial or whatever the bridge was called to bring over win32 applications to the store is what the store really lacks. Why can't users buy real (existing) windows programs from the store? When is that coming?
Project Centennial": Converting your Classic Windows App (Win32, .Net, COM) to a Universal Windows App for Distribution in the Windows StoreOct 30, 2015 at 10:28AM
Wow, you are still answering questions all these months later? That's really cool. Is there any news on this "bridge"? I think its really the key to seeing the store pick up.
Again...I haven't heard a good description of containers from anyone at MS.
For anyone that's interested... containers are namespaces for files and processes. Docker provides the ability to specify the difference between the "base" os and what you've changed to get your app running. That's why getting a docker image from the hub up and running is so quick. It only fetches the difference from the base... then when it starts the container it creates a private view of all the system processes and files that are in the base plus the differences. Check out cgroups on Linux, jails in BSD, or zones in Solaris... very similar.
You guys should open source orchestrator.
Thanks for the response. I know you guys are busy, and I really appreciate you taking time to reach out.
Is there any discussion about supporting DA in Azure IaaS going on internally?
What is being discussed around adding DA features to VPN? Will the machine still be able to authenticate "transparently"...that is, without user intervention?
Please add support for hosting DirectAccess servers in Azure VM's.
I hope that you guys actually read this. Administrators like DirectAccess because they want the machine to authenticate back to the corporate environment. Having that work over multiple protocols and being able to manage out to the clients is awesome. It's REALLY disturbing to hear that you guys aren't investing development in this feature anymore. If you are planning to move features to the VPN subsystem it needs to do EVERYTHING that DirectAccess currently does.
The guy that asked a question about DirectAccess in Azure...this would be such a great feature for companies that are connected to Azure via S2S VPN tunnels or ExpressRoute. Being able to stand-up those DirectAccess servers in Azure VM's is a great idea for all the same reasons that standing any internet facing app in Azure VM's is...
You're not listening...did you notice all the questions about DA from the audience?