Windows


Hands on with Microsoft Visual Studio Code @code

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert As a Windows user I have been looking for a good markdown tool to write in, however most of the tools freely available have been mediocre at best. Enter Visual Studio Code, a (currently) free download from Microsoft that supports Windows, OSX, and Linux (OSX/open source gear […]


VMware vCenter on Windows 2012 Failover Cluster

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert Some time around the release of vSphere 5.5 (Update 2 maybe?) VMware officially(?) didn’t not support vCenter on a Windows Failover Cluster. I say didn’t not support because there still seems to be very limited documentation and KB’s on how to do this. The VMware vCenter Server […]


Configure Windows 2012 Failover Cluster for SQL 2014

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert Working on building out a lab that is going to be used to demonstrate setting up a vCenter environment. We were fortuneate enough to be given some time to set it up “right” – meaning setup a SQL cluster for vCenter, SSO in HA behind a load […]


On the first day of Commitmas – Windows Git, SSH, and Keys

Jonathan Frappier Virtxpert I don’t know what I would have done without Commitmas to pull us through. Anyway – uh, Commitmas? Huh, could it be that some of you are not acquainted with the story of Commitmas? Yesterday was the first day of Commitmas, a community event thought up by […]