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About Anthony_95

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  1. Welcome to Docker !! Well, you need to learn how the storage is managed in Docker, to do so I recommend to you read about this in the documentation website: https://docs.docker.com/engine/userguide/storagedriver/imagesandcontainers/
  2. Ohh I see what you meant, let's hope Microsoft gives more power to these frameworks in the future !
  3. Yep I agree with you, Nano is awesome is you have to deploy several instances of one service, but in a home environment you only need one server installation and have every service you want on it
  4. I think Microsoft is pointing Windows Server more and more to a cloud environment, the new features of Hyper-V (Containers, Cluster update,...) and new point of view of networking as software are great for that types of infrastructure. A good aspect of that is that Server 2016 is more integrated in Azure, making easy to deploy/migrate to an hybrid cloud (current demand in my opinion) But the down side is that it's build above of Windows 10, so I'm a little scared to found some modern shit along (like the "start menu" in 2012R2). So, we'll see Have you th
  5. I see, Well you have tons of ports to do link aggregation and I'm with you that I do not expect 10Gb in the near future in my home lab
  6. Wow ! very good choice, I have the SG300-28 very good product as well. If you are in that price range I would consider a switch with 10Gbit capabilities for the future
  7. Any ideas on the switch? btw following
  8. The project looks really cool !!!! But too bad for that...
  9. Yeah, the Q6600 doesn't make sense (better that nothing thought)