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  1. Windows 11 has never been more compact, with NTDEV's ‘tiny11 core’ shrinking the ISO to 2GB and the install footprint to 3.3GB. View the full article
  2. The post Terraform: Create Azure Windows VM with file, remote-exec & local-exec provisioner appeared first on DevOpsSchool.com. View the full article
  3. Windows 11 23H2 is now available but it may take Microsoft a month or more to roll the update out to your computer. Get the update now and on your schedule.View the full article
  4. Customers can now assess their EC2 workloads running Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Debian 10, and Windows Server 2019 for CVEs and external network accessibility using Inspector. Amazon Inspector is available in the following 14 regions: US East (Northern Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Northern California), US West (Oregon), EU (Frankfurt), EU (Ireland), EU (London), EU (Stockholm), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), AWS GovCloud (US-West), and AWS GovCloud (US-East). View the full article
  5. AWS App2Container (A2C) is a command-line tool for modernizing .NET and Java applications into containerized applications. A2C analyzes and builds an inventory of all applications running in virtual machines, on-premises or in the cloud. You simply select the application you want to containerize, and A2C packages the application artifact and identified dependencies into container images, configures the network ports, and generates the ECS task and Kubernetes pod definitions. View the full article
  6. Amazon FSx for Windows File Server, a fully managed service that provides shared file storage built on Windows Server, today announced that you can now access file systems using any Domain Name System (DNS) name of your choosing. Each Amazon FSx file system has a default DNS name for accessing it. Starting today, you can now also associate alternate DNS names for accessing your file systems. View the full article
  7. Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) now supports the use of Amazon FSx for Windows File Server in Amazon ECS task definitions. With this capability, you can now use persistent, shared storage across ECS containers. Customers can use Amazon FSx for their Windows containers in task definitions compatible with the EC2 launch type. Amazon ECS tasks using Amazon FSx will automatically mount the file systems specified by the customer in the task definition and make them available to the containers in the task across all availability zones in an AWS Region. View the full article
  8. You can now use AWS Launch Wizard to perform single-instance deployments of Microsoft SQL Server on Windows Server and Ubuntu Server. View the full article
  9. Running Windows workloads on Red Hat OpenShift has been a regular request from numerous customers over the years. Given Windows Server enjoys a significant presence in the server operating system market and C# is in the top 6 programming languages, we see there is an enormous opportunity to accelerate customer adoption of Windows Server applications to public cloud via containers. To make this happen, Red Hat partnered with Microsoft to announce a Developer Preview for running Windows Server Containers in OpenShift 4.4. The architecture involves letting Windows run Windows Server containers and Red Hat Enterprise Linux run Red Hat Enterprise Linux containers, with OpenShift orchestrating them both as building blocks to compose your next generation applications. View the full article
  10. Canonical has the largest collection of application operators. The support now extends to traditional applications on Linux and Windows. A Kubernetes operator is a trusted container that driver other containers making administration easier for you. Canonical’s Open Operator Collection is an open-source initiative to provide a large number of operators that you can integrate for common workloads. View the full article
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