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Cloud Computing, Cloud Native & Kubernetes

Tag: Hyper-V

  • Attestation failed with a transient error ā€“ System Center 2016 TP3 VMM

    At the moment I am testing and working in my lab on the Shielded VM and Guarded Fabric scenario. Due to the fact that my Hyper-V hosts in my lab are not having any TPM chip, I am forced to use the AD-based attestation. After a business trip I started my lab again and ran […]

  • Working with VM Update Functional Level in System Center 2016 TP3 VMM

    In Windows Server 2016 Microsoft introduces the next VM version 6.2 as they have always done with every new Server version since Hyper-V. This time an important part is different. VMs will not get updated automatically to the newest VM version. The reason for that is the new Rolling Cluster Upgrade feature. In short VMs […]

  • Getting started with Windows Server Containers

    The last month I have played a bit with Docker and now Iā€™m looking forward to have some time to get in touch with Windows Server Containers. If you have not done something yet with Docker or did not play around with the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 which includes the Windows Server Container […]

  • Manage Windows Server 2016 TP3 Network Controller with System Center 2016 TP3 VMM

    Actually in the Technical Preview 3 you can use either PowerShell or System Center 2016 VMM to manage a Network Controller instance. I had not the time yet to test the management capabilities provided by System Center 2016 Operations Manager. You can manage your datacenter network with Network Controller by using management applications, such as […]

  • Working with vNIC Consistent Naming in System Center 2016 TP3 VMM

    Windows Server 2016 TP3 Hyper-V includes a very interesting feature that got several names out there vCDN, Consistent Naming of Virtual Network Adapters and Virtual Adapter Identification. Only the last two are a good wording for it, because it is not Consistent Device Naming. In this blog post I use the following wording vNIC Consistent […]

  • Rolling Cluster Upgrade in System Center 2016 TP3 VMM

    One of the best features in Windows Server 2016 will be the Rolling Cluster Upgrade capability. Even better you can orchestrate it with the System Center 2016 Virtual Machine Manager. The requirements are very low. Your servers only need a baseboard management controller, you must have also a prepared VHD in your VMM library with […]

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