The second of a five-part series on Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), now a fully supported feature of Windows 10.
The first of a five-part series on Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), which became a fully supported feature of the latest release of Windows 10.
Brien Posey shows how to create a cloud-based Active Directory, and how to join an AWS virtual machine instance to the Active Directory environment that's been created.
Learn about this basic tool that can make your job easier.
It uses SolidFire storage and vSphere to scale up.
It's not hard, but the steps need to be followed carefully.
They can do a lot more than just test and dev.
For those times when latency needs to be added for testing purposes.
Do more with your Windows virtual machines and containers.
Another useful way to display log data.
Gain the convenience of sharing vRLI objects between systems.
In five minutes, you could have one, too.
Another way to monitor your datacenter environment.
PowerShell isn't only for Windows anymore.
Visualizing data as bubbles may alert you to issues you've missed.
Ramp up your productivity by ditching the Web interface.
The first step is getting information about the environment.
SMBs will love the addition of solid HA.
The new version of vSphere includes a simple, easy backup tool.
Does the speed hype live up to the reality?
Pushing the boundaries of what WSL can do.
Should you worry about it? And what can you do about it?
The WSL, also known as "Bash," can add a lot of functionality to your environment.
A step-by-step guide to running Linux in a Windows 10 virtual machine.
It can be relatively painless and quick -- with this handy guide to show you the way.
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