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Work Folders updates for Windows 10 version 1703, Android and iOS

We’re excited to announce several improvements to the Work Folders clients for Windows 10 version 1703, Android and iOS:

  • Remote users can securely access their files on the Work Folders server using Azure Active Directory Application Proxy
  • Improved single sign

Enable remote access to Work Folders using Azure Active Directory Application Proxy

We’re excited to announce Work Folders now supports using Azure Active Directory Application Proxy to enable remote users to securely access their files on the Work Folders server.

Work Folders supports using VPN, Web Application Proxy (WAP) or a third-party

Launchpad News: Launchpad news, May 2017

Here’s a brief changelog for this month.

Bugs

  • Export searchTasks for the top-level bugs collection on the webservice, and implement a global bugs feed to go with it (#434244)

Code

  • Fix git-to-git code imports on xenial
  • Backport upstream

Microsoft Visio Viewer App now enabled with Intune MAM for iOS!

Diagrams help visually communicate informationthey are excellent tools for demonstrating relationships between parts, simplifying complex ideas, articulating process, and explaining how things work. And they often contain sensitive company data that you want to protect.

If your users are …

Azure Information Protection Documentation Update for May 2017

Hi everybody

Our technical writer, Carol Bailey, is letting you know whats new and hot in the docs for May.

Reminders: Follow us on Twitter (@DanPlastina) and join in our peer community atwww.yammer.com/AskIPTeam.

Jonathan Dieter: Locks in the classroom – 2017

For the fifth year now, our grade nine students have been doing 3D modeling using Blender. Our students finished up their first assignments over a month ago, but it’s taken this long for me to get the top models …

APM fix for agent crashing issue shipped in UR3 is not completely resolved

The Application Performance Monitoring (APM) feature in System Center 2016 Operations Manager Agent causes a crash for the IIS Application Pool that’s running under the .NET Framework 2.0 runtime. A fix for this issue was made in UR3, however the …

User provisioning from Workday to Azure AD is now in Public Preview!

Howdy folks,

We have some great news to share today! Customers can now use the public preview of Azure Active Directory’s cloud-based user provisioning service to orchestrate user provisioning from Workday to on-premises Azure Active Directory, Windows Server Active …

Using Azure Backup for Windows Server system state and applications

Azure Backup makes it easier for you to protect your Windows Server with a new version of Azure Backup Server and the ability to perform on-premises system state backup, available today.

Azure Backup is less complex and less expensive than …

Ubuntu Insights: The Turtlebot 3 has launched

If you’re familiar with ROS (Robot Operating System), chances are you’re also familiar with the Turtlebot. The first version of the Turtlebot was created back in 2010 to serve as an inexpensive platform for learning ROS. This was followed in

Protect Windows Server System State to cloud with Azure Backup!

One of the key endeavors of the cloud-first approach of Azure Backup is to empower enterprises to recover from security attacks, corruptions, disasters, or data loss situations quickly, securely, and reliably.  Restoring servers efficiently in the wake of evolving IT …

Higher database eDTU limits for Standard elastic pools in Azure SQL Database

Until now the maximum DTUs per database in a Standard elastic pool was limited to 100 eDTUs in Azure SQL Database. We are pleased to announce the public preview of an increase in this limit to as much as …

IoT Hub message routing: now with routing on message body

IoT Hub message routing can now be done on message body! Thanks to the inundation of feedback from our customers requesting the ability to route messages based on the message body, the team prioritized the work and it’s now available …

Kaesar ALNIJRES: Anacron how to

Why anacron

Cron can be used to run a task on regular basis. It cannot anyway run passed task. Example i want a a task to be run at 10:20, but at this time the computer was off and now …

Kaesar ALNIJRES


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Run massive parallel R Jobs in Azure, now at a fraction of the price

We continue to add new capabilities to our lightweight R package, doAzureParallel, built on top of Azure Batch that allows you to easily use Azure's flexible compute resource right from your R session. Combined with the recently announced low-priority …

Didier Fabert (tartare): Découverte de docker swarm

Pour découvrir le swarm (la nuée ou l’essaim) de docker, on va partir de notre poste Fedora, avec une installation de libvirt fonctionnelle.

Installation

On va créer deux nouvelles machines virtuelles que l’on nommera worker1 et worker2: 2 vCPUs et …

Marco Trevisan (Treviño): GNOME Hackfest for Fractional Scaling

As Ubuntu users know, Unity desktop shell had HiDPI displays support since 14.04, however while the unity shell has been able to scale at any fractional value (despite we limited the setting to only 8 values per integer), GTK3 and …

Streamlining Kubernetes development with Draft

I’m Gabe Monroy, the lead PM for containers on Microsoft Azure. I joined Microsoft in April in the acquisition of Deis. At Deis, our team was always laser-focused on making containers easier to use – and easier to deploy on

Announcing public preview of disaster recovery for Azure IaaS virtual machines

I am excited to announce the public preview of disaster recovery for Azure IaaS virtual machines (VMs) using Azure Site Recovery (ASR). You can now easily replicate and protect IaaS based applications running on Azure to a different Azure region

Introducing Modern Backup Storage with Azure Backup Server on Windows Server 2016

One of the key features that was announced with the latest release of Azure Backup Server is Modern Backup Storage. Modern Backup Storage is a technology that leverages Windows Server 2016 native capabilities such as ReFS block cloning, deduplication and …

Protect Windows Server 2016 and vCenter/ESXi 6.5 using Azure Backup Server

Azure Backup Server is a cloud-first backup solution that helps in protecting business critical applications as well as virtual machines running on Hyper-V or VMware VMs. With the latest release of Azure Backup Server, you can protect applications such as …

[Script Of May. 31] How to list all databases in Azure Cosmos DB by PowerShell

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Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-list-all-databases-b07ac3d6.

The sample code demonstrates how to list all databases in Azure Cosmos DB by PowerShell.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework script samples at http://aka.ms/onescriptingallery

Fedora Magazine: EasyTAG: Organize your music on Fedora

Audio files in formats such as MP3, AAC, and Ogg Vorbis have made music ubiquitous and portable. With the explosive growth of storage capacity, you can store huge libraries of music. But how do you keep all that music organized? …

Canonical Design Team: Our open source websites

Nowadays free software is everywhere – from browsers to encryption software to operating systems.

Even so, it is still relatively rare for the code behind websites and services to be opened up.

Stepping into the open

Three years ago …

Open Source Security Podcast: Episode 49 – Testing software is impossible


Josh and Kurt discuss Samba, FTP sites, MSDOS, regulation, and the airplane laptop travel ban.

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Show Notes

Martin Albisetti: A year at Bitnami

I’m a stone’s throw away from reaching my 1 year anniversary at Bitnami, so it feels like a good time to pause a bit and look back.

After 8 years working at Canonical on a wide range of projects

TooManyBadItemsPermanentException error when migrating to Exchange Online?

Some of you may have noticed that more migrations might be failing due to encountering ‘too many bad items’. Upon closer review, you may notice that the migration report contains entries referencing corrupted items and being unable to translate principals. …

Stephen Smoogen: The steam roller of life

Some days it really feels like you are the last man standing as the zombie horde rolls in, and sometimes it feels like people just seem to scream stop at every little thing. However, a lot of times it just …

Mary Shakshober: Flock ’17 Design Tickets Rollin’ In!

Last summer it was one of my main projects over the summer to work on handful of designs for Flock Krakow 2016. Now, going into this summer I’ve been working on completing designs the various print media, apparel designs, and …

Should you upgrade to Windows Server 2016?

We know upgrading your server OS can be a big investment, both in time and money. So why should you consider making the switch to Windows Server 2016 as soon as possible? Windows Server 2016 is an entirely new generation …

Discovering the Skype for Business Registrar

This brief article walks through some common steps which can be used to locate the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of a Lync or Skype for Business registrar from either on-premises or online environments.  (This content was originally to be …

Ubuntu Insights: Build.snapcraft.io gets your code ready to distribute in minutes

build.snapcraft.io

The public beta release of build.snapcraft.io is now open!

build.snapcraft.io is an easy and free to use platform for publishing your software to the tens of millions of machines running Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, OpenSuSE, Arch, Gentoo, Yocto and others. whichever …

Sizing a vSAN Stretched Cluster

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I have had this question a couple of times already, how many hosts do I need per site when the Primary FTT is set to 1 and the Secondary FTT is set to 1 and RAID-5 …

Russell Bryant: OVN – Geneve vs VXLAN, Does it Matter?

One of the early design decisions made in OVN was to only support tunnel encapsulation protocols that provided the ability to include additional metadata beyond what fits in the VNI field of a VXLAN header.  OVN mostly uses the Geneve …

Oliver Grawert: Building u-boot Gadget Snap packages from source

When we started doing gadget snap packages for UbuntuCore images, there was no snapcraft. Gadgets were assembled from locally built bootloader binaries by setting up a filesystem structure that reflects the snap content, using pre-created meta/snap.yaml and meta/gadget.yaml files and …

Announcing the preview of Azure’s Largest Disk sizes

At Build Conference, we announced the addition of new Azure Disks sizes – which provide up to 4TB of disk space. These new sizes allow you to perform up to 250 MBps of storage throughput and 7,500 IOPS. The details …

Getting Started with the Video Indexer API

Earlier this month at BUILD 2017, we announced the public preview of Video Indexer as part of Microsoft Cognitive Services. Video Indexer enables customers with digital and audio content to automatically extract metadata and use it to build intelligent …

Building an Azure Analysis Services Model for Azure Blobs — Part 2

The May 2017 release of SSDT Tabular introduces support for named expressions in Tabular 1400. The second part of the article “Building an Azure Analysis Services Model on Top of Azure Blob Storage” on the Analysis Services team blog takes …

The Fourth Edition of Office 365 for IT Pros is Nearly Here

I’m excited to announce that Office 365 for IT Pros, 4th Edition is nearly ready to be released. Assuming there are no last minute problems we’re expecting to release the new book later this week.

I wanted to give you …

Striker Leggette: Deploy Windows 2016 AD and Fedora 25 IPA with a One-way Trust

For the purpose of this post, the two machines I used for these instructions are VMs running atop a Fedora 25 hypervisor.

Make sure IPA and AD are on separate domains.  Otherwise, IPA clients will be querying the AD server …

David Carlos: Welcome to Google Summer of Code

This is the first post of this blog, and as the first post
I would like to announce that I was accepted in Google Summer of Code (GsoC)
this year. GsoC it’s a Google program that occurs during the summer,…

Charles-Antoine Couret: Petit bilan de Rawhide, épisode 4, mai 2017

Comme promis, à peu près tous les mois j’essaye de tenir au courant la
communauté de mes aventures avec Rawhide / la prochaine version stable. D’un
point de vue purement technique, je n’utilise pas Fedora Rawhide mais la future
F26 …

Josh Bressers: Stealing from customers


I was having some security conversations last week and cybersecurity insurance came up as a topic. This isn’t overly unusual as it’s a pretty popular topic, but someone said something that really got me thinking.

What if the insurance covered

Costales: uNav powered by Mapzen! Raising from the darkness thanks to UBPorts!

Mapzen is moving to a paid API after June 1. This was a big issue to uNav, the map viewer and GPS navigator for Ubuntu Phone.

I had to migrate to the free OSRM router then, but its test …

Fedora Magazine: Flock 2017 registration and submissions open

Planning is heavily underway for the annual Fedora contributors conference, Flock 2017. The conference is in Cape Cod, Massachusetts USA from August 29 – September 1, 2017. If you’re a contributor, or want to become one, here are some ways …

Takao Fujiwara: IBus 1.5.16 is released

IBus 1.5.16 is now released and it’s available in Fedora 26:


# dnf update --enablerepo=updates-testing ibus

Also it’s available in Fedora Copr for Fedora 25.

This release enhanced the functionality of emoji typings on IBus Emojier:

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Fedora Community Blog: Event Report – May 17, LGBTQA Awareness Day

May 17 is recognized as International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia across the globe. The Fedora Diversity team organized an online event (video call) to acknowledge and celebrate the diversity in Fedora for the first time on May 17, …

Brian “bex” Exelbierd: Slice of Cake #9

A slice of cake

Last week as FCAIC I:

  • Contributing toward the streamlining of getting content on the Fedora Community Blog along with many others in CommOps.
  • OMG the financials. They never end. An entire day of reporting done :).

Stuart Langridge: The internet of unreliable and broken things

or, 24 hours with Alexa.

So I got myself an Amazon Echo Dot. Because I got an Amazon voucher1 and then asked The High Council On Interesting Electronic Stuff what I should get with it and they said: get …

Jeroen van Meeuwen: Dear Lazyweb: No video for VLC on Fedora 26?


Dear Lazyweb, even though Fedora 26 is not yet released, I’ve upgraded — now, VideoLAN isn’t displaying video any longer. If I start it with —no–embedded–video I do get video, but it doesn’t seem to be able to run or …

Corey ‘ Linuxmodder’ Sheldon: Updated Fedora Lives Available (4.10.16-200) Memorial Weekend Run

 

We in the Respins SIG are pleased to mention the latest series of Updated Live Respins carrying the 4.10.16-200 Kernel.  These respins use the livemedia-creator tool packaged in the default Fedora repo and following the guide here as well as …

Sarup Banskota: A year of no more chasing – 2017

Starting with 2012, until 2016, I’ve had a fantastic 4 years – I managed to level up skills, personal relationships, professional relationships, income, travel exposure – all sorts of things.

However 2017 has been a year of the chase, and …

[Script Of May. 27] How to create a plan guide for SQL or PROC in a database

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Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/How-to-create-a-plan-guide-28cca76c.

The sample code demonstrates how to create a plan guide for SQL or PROC in a database.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework script samples at …

Alexander Todorov: Learn Python & Selenium Automation in 8 weeks

Couple of months ago I conducted a practical,
instructor lead training in Python and Selenium automation for
manual testers. You can find the materials at
GitHub.

The training consists of several basic modules and practical homework
assignments. The modules …

Suzanne Hillman (Outreachy): Measuring things only makes sense if you know what you’re measuring, why, and what you intend to do…

Measuring things only makes sense if you know what you’re measuring, why, and what you intend to do with it. Otherwise, even if you _have_ numbers, they don’t actually have any meaning. So what’s the point?

Breaking down EMS Conditional Access: Part 3

This post is the third of a three-part series detailing Conditional Access from Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security. Today we are re-publishing the third installment with the white paper Protect your data at the front door with conditional access.

Michael Hall: Leaving Canonical for Endless new possibilities

After a little over 6 years, I am embarking on a new adventure. Today is my last day at Canonical, it’s bitter sweet saying goodbye precisely because it has been such a joy and an honor to be working here …

Stephen Gallagher: Sausage Factory: An introduction to building modules in Fedora

First off, let me be very clear up-front: normally, I write my blog articles to be approachable by readers of varying levels of technical background (or none at all). This will not be one of those. This will be a …

Siddhesh Poyarekar: The story of tunables

This is long overdue and I have finally got around to writing this. Apologies to everyone who asked me to write about it and I responded with “Oh yeah, right away!” If you are not interested in the story bits,

Adam Young: Merging Kubernetes client configs at run time

Last time I walked through the process of merging two sets of Kubernetest client configurations into one. For more ephemeral data, you might not want to munge it all into your main configuration. The KUBECONFIG environment variables lets you specify …

Ubuntu Podcast from the UK LoCo: S10E12 – Needy Expensive Spiders – Ubuntu Podcast

We discuss going to Linux Fest North West and interview Brian Douglass about uAppExplorer and OpenStore. We’ve got some command line love and we go over your feedback.

It’s Season Ten Episode Twelve of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, …

Colin King: What is new in FWTS 17.05.00?

Version 17.05.00 of the Firmware Test Suite was released this week as part of  the regular end-of-month release cadence. So what is new in this release?

  • Alex Hung has been busy bringing the SMBIOS tests in-sync with the SMBIOS 3.1.1

Fedora Magazine: Secure your webserver with improved Certbot

A year and a half ago the Let’s Encrypt project entered public beta. Just over a year ago, as the project left beta, the letsencrypt client was spun out of ISRG, which continues to maintain the Let’s Encrypt servers, …

Remi Collet: PHP version 7.0.20RC1 and 7.1.6RC1

Release Candidate versions are available in remi-test repository for Fedora and Enterprise Linux (RHEL / CentOS) to allow more people to test them. They are available as Software Collections, for a parallel installation, perfect solution for such tests (for …

Technology Short Take #83

Welcome to Technology Short Take #83! This is a slightly shorter TST than usual, which might be a nice break from the typical information overload. In any case, enjoy!

Networking

  • I enjoyed Dave McCrory’s series on the future of the

Bastion Hosts and Custom SSH Configurations

The idea of an SSH bastion host is something I discussed here about 18 months ago. For the most part, it’s a pretty simple concept (yes, things can get quite complex in some situations, but I think these are largely …

Casper: Panda de feu de compétition

Entre Fedoriens, on aime bien comparer nos configurations personnalisées de Firefox. Le prix à gagner est la reconnaissance d’une config comme étant “Parano”, titre suprême qui garantie une navigation fluide comme dans les années 90. À la base, je n’avais …

Mandy Wang: Test

Test

Tong Hui: Glad to be a Mentor of Google Summer Code again!


This year I will mentoring in FedoraProject, and help Mandy Wang finish her GSoC program about “Migrate Plinth to Fedora Server” which raised by me. While, why I proposed this idea? Plinth is developed by Freedombox which is a Debian …

Adam Young: Merging two Kubernetes client configurations

I have two distinct Kubernetes clusters I work with on a daily basis. One is a local vagrant bases set of VM built by the Kubevirt code base. The other is a “baremetal” install of OpenShift Origin on a pair …

Andres Rodriguez: MAAS 2.2.0 Released!

I’m happy to announce that MAAS 2.2.0 (final) has now been released, and it introduces quite a few exciting features:

  • MAAS Pods – Ability to dynamically create a machine on demand. This is reflected in MAAS’ support for Intel Rack

What’s brewing in Visual Studio Team Services: May 2017 Digest

This post series provides the latest updates and news for Visual Studio Team Services and is a great way for Azure users to keep up-to-date with new features being released every three weeks. Visual Studio Team Services offers the best …

[Script Of May. 25] How to query Azure Cosmos DB resources using the REST API by PowerShell

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Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-query-Azure-Cosmos-0a9aa517.

The sample code demonstrates how to query Azure Cosmos DB resources using the REST API by PowerShell.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework script samples at …

Container Deployment Demos from Interop ITX

At Interop ITX 2017 in Las Vegas, I had the privilege to lead a half-day workshop on options for deploying containers to cloud providers. As part of that workshop, I gave four live demos of using different deployment options. Those …

Stephen Smoogen: Canaries in a coal mine (apropos nothing)



[This post is brought to you by Matthew Inman. Reading http://theoatmeal.com/comics/believe made me realize I don’t listen enough and Verisatium’s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBVV8pch1dM made me realize why thinking is hard. I am writing this to remind myself when I forget and jump …

Mathieu Trudel: An overview of UEFI Secure Boot on Ubuntu

Secure Boot is here

Ubuntu has now supported UEFI booting and Secure Boot for long enough that it is available, and reasonably up to date, on all supported releases. Here is how Secure Boot works.

An overview

I’m including a …

mythcat: Best password management tool.


This suite of tools come with many features free and one good premium option.
The Password Tote tools provides secure password management through software and services on multiple platforms and work very well with software downloads for Windows, Mac OS

Julita Inca Chiroque: Formatting a new extFAT USB on Fedora

I have a new 64GB USB and it was not show up at first time:

Thanks to this video I typed fdisk -l, then I was able to see 58.2 GB

After trying to install the exfat package with dnf …

Adam Young: Getting started with helm on OpenShift

After attending in on a helm based lab at the OpenStack summit, I decided I wanted to try it out for myself on my OpenShift cluster.

Since helm is not yet part of Fedora, I used the upstream binary distribution

Azure AD Privileged Identity Management Approval Workflows are now in Public Preview!

Howdy folks,

I am thrilled to be able to share some news today. We’ve just turned on the public preview of some major updates to the Azure AD Privileged Identity Management service:

  • A new, improved user experience

3 reasons you’ll want Windows Server 2016 now

Experience better security at the OS level

In todays world of sophisticated attacks, simple perimeter security is no longer effective. You need multiple layers of active security to help you protect, detect, and respond to threats. Those layers are now …

Adam Young: Exploring OpenShift RBAC

OK, since I did it wrong last time, I’m going to try creating an user in OpenShift, and grant that user permissions to do various things. 

I’m going to start by removing the ~/.kube directory on my laptop and perform …

Adam Samalik: Modularity update – sprint 30

The Fedora Modularity team already publishes sprint reports on the Modularity YouTube channel every two weeks. But this format might not be always suitable – like watching on a phone with limited data. So I would like to start writing …

Deep Dive: How Hybrid Authentication Really Works

A hybrid deployment offers organizations the ability to extend the feature-rich experience and administrative control they have with their existing on-premises Microsoft Exchange organization to the cloud. A hybrid deployment provides the seamless look and feel of a single Exchange …

How Microsoft EMS can support you in your journey to EU GDPR compliance

Hi everyone,

By now most of you will, at the very least, have heard of the GDPR, the EUs new law for data protection. GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. Simply put, it aims to protect personal …

ABRT team: We added Fedora 26 to retrace.fedoraproject.org

We’ve recently added Fedora 26 to retrace.fedoraproject.org.
We were unable to do that in branching time, because of insufficient disk space. This has been resolved now.
And you can report your crashes on all current Fedoras now.

Next time …

Ubuntu Insights: Redefining the Developer Event

By Randall Ross, Ubuntu Evangelist

We’ve all been to “those other” developer events: Sitting in a room watching a succession of never-ending slide presentations. Engagement with the audience, if any, is minimal. We leave with some tips and tools that …

Kubernetes in action: How orchestration and containers can increase uptime and resiliency

It’s been about a month since we finalized the acquisition of Deis to expand the Azure Container Service and Kubernetes support on Azure. It’s been really fantastic to watch the two teams come together and begin to work together. In …

New 400GB and 200GB caches available on Azure Analysis Services

In April we announced the general availability of Azure Analysis Services, which evolved from the proven analytics engine in Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services. The success of any modern data-driven organization requires that information is available at the fingertips of …

Peter Czanik: Those who helped turning the Higgs boson from theory to reality

One of the most important discoveries of this decade was the Higgs boson. But researchers at High Energy Physics and Nuclear Physics laboratories and institutes would have been unable to find the Higgs boson without the IT staff maintaining the

Ratnadeep Debnath: Rootconf/Devconf 2017

This year’s Rootconf was special as it also hosted Devconf for the first time in India. The conference took place at MLR Convention Centre, JP Nagar, Bangalore on 11-12 May, 2017. The event had 2 parallel tracks running, 1 was …

[Script Of May. 24] How to make SQL results to HTML document using PowerShell

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Script Download:
The script is available for download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/How-to-make-SQL-results-to-52f7e330.

The sample code demonstrates how to make SQL results to HTML document using PowerShell.

You can find more All-In-One Script Framework script samples at http://aka.ms/onescriptingallery

Microsoft and Cisco enable Azure IoT Suite to connect to Cisco Fog Deployments

As we announced recently, Microsoft thinks there is a natural balance between the cloud and the edge in IoT. Why? Cloud is a natural place to manage IoT devices, to collect data from them, gain insights using analytics and then …

Perl SIG: Request for to do the review of the zef package (Perl6 Module Manager)

Mathieu Trudel: ss: another way to get socket statistics

In my last blog post I mentioned ss, another tool that comes with the iproute2 package and allows you to query statistics about sockets. The same thing that can be done with netstat, with the added benefit that …

Solution targeting in public preview

Hi all! We’ve released solution targeting to public preview. This feature enables you to create a computer group via search and then scope agent-based solutions to that computer group.

To use the feature:

  1. Create a computer group from search in

Ankur Sinha “FranciscoD”: Fedora Join meeting – 22 May 2017 – Summary and updates

We logged on to #fedora-meeting-3 for another constructive Fedora Join SIG meeting yesterday. There’s quite a bit of work to be done, and quite a few ideas. These include classroom sessions, mentoring, and so on. The common theme here is …

Miro Hrončok: Fedora was at PyCon SK 2017

At the second weekend in March 2017, Fedora had a booth at PyCon SK, a community-organized conference for the Python programming language held in Bratislava, Slovakia. The event happened for the second time this year, and it happened with Fedora …

Coming Soon – PowerShell in Azure Cloud Shell

At BUILD 2017, we announced the preview of Azure Cloud Shell supporting the Bash shell. We are adding PowerShell support to Azure Cloud Shell, which gives you a choice of shell to get work done.

Sign-up today to …