In this session we'll be priming you on everything our newest version has to offer. From booting-up to security, you'll uncover where your opportunities lie and what you can do to transform the way you work.
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Welcome to Reactor Weekly, a series where we see what's happening this week at 680 Folsom. Today we visit with Peter and Jennelle Crothers This week: Microsoft Reactor: http://microsoftreactor.com/ Pac IT Pros: http://www.pacitpros.org/ Forward JS: http://forwardjs.com/summit Stacey's Workshop:…
You can set various VM policies in your DevTest Lab to minimize waste and control costs. In this video, we will show you how to set the following policies: maximum number of allowed VMs per user and per Lab, VM sizes available in your Lab, and an auto shutdown time to automatically shut down your…
Wow, what a year! In 2015, we saw a lot of shiny new releases (Windows 10, VS 2015, Edge) and awesome innovative events (Connect, Build). With so much going on, our hosts Jonathan and Anthony couldn't resist but rewind the cassette (old-fashioned) and give you a "Year In Review" (a) Do…
In Part 2 of 3, guest Andrew Mason from the Microsoft Product Group in Redmond discusses Nano Server as an Application Platform. He'll discuss containers as well as benchmarks for Nano Server compared to Windows Server Core.
raw tech. Nov 30, 2015 at 4:45PM0
In Part 1 of 3, guest Andrew Mason from the Microsoft Product Group in Redmond discusses Nano Server from Windows Server 2016 perspective at the Florida IT Professionals MeetUp. Windows Server 2016 will offer a new installation option called Nano Server which is a remotely administered server…
An artifact consists of an artifact definition file, which is an Azure Resource Manager (ARM) based JSON file. The artifact definition file contains metadata that defines the artifact. An artifact can also contain script files - such as PowerShell or Bash - that are referenced within the artifact…
You can save your custom artifacts in either a VSO-git or GitHub repository and share them in a lab and across different labs. In this video, we will show you how to add your private VSO-git/GitHub repository as an Artifacts Repository in your lab.
Artifacts can be: tools that you want to install on a VM, actions that you want to run on the VM, or applications that you want to test. In this video, we will show you how to create VMs with artifacts in your lab.