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@Dan Cuomo for me too, the referenced articles were very usefull. I need them for explaining VMQ in our Microsoft Training ! I ask you to publish this Deep Dive Articles again, because its content isn't to find elsewhere in the same clear manner.Thanks Hansruedi
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@Dan Cuomo I agree with @Linyang. These blog posts were extremly useful. Please bring them back. It wouldn't be an issue if the stuff were documented somewhere else...but it isn't :-( Thanks, Christian
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in We've moved! on 03-18-2019
@Dan Cuomo Hi Dan, the following 4 articles are really really important for our networking guys to troubleshoot VMQ related issues, please kindly check if we can republish them ASAP, thanks a million. https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/networking/2013/09/10/vmq-deep-dive-1-of-3/ [blogs.technet.micr...
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UPDATE: Projected "stable" designation for Windows Server containers in Kubernetes has been re-aligned from v1.13 to v1.14 release. The official reasons why are recorded in the SIG-Architecture meeting minutes from November 15th, 2018.
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in We've moved! on 03-11-2019
Please dm on twitter (dan2_2023) and we can follow-up until we have the needed content.
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