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05 Oct

Latest CentOS Updates Cause Serious Boot Issues on Hyper-V

By Chris ShafferBlog

On or about September 18th 2018, CentOS rolled out an update which included an updated Linux kernel, various system-wide patches and an updated version of the packages “shim-x64” and “mokutil”. Changes to these packages resulted in default files critical to system boot configuration being modified, as well as their default locations being changed. Part of

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04 May

Scheduled Enseva Azure Maintenance – 5/12/2018

By Chris SeveyBlog, Events

Summary: Enseva will be applying security patches and updates to the Enseva Azure tenant portal on the afternoon of May 12th, 2018.   Full Details: Start Date: May 12th, 2018 Start Time: 12:01PM (Central Time) End Date: May 12th, 2018 End Time: 5:00PM (Central Time) Work Purpose: Enseva Azure Tenant Portal Maintenance Event Details: On

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22 Apr

Symphony Cloud 4.2.4 Upgrade

By Spencer BabcockBlog

Starting on the week of April 30th, Enseva Cloud Services’ Symphony Preview environment will have updated features ready to test drive. These features range from Active Directory account integration, to UI improvements with the new native UI console access. The following is a list of updates we are excited for with this release. Active Directory

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19 Apr

Enseva Azure Linux Virtual Machine Instance Updates

By Chris SeveyBlog

As promised, all Enseva Azure subscriptions have received updated copies of both Ubuntu Server 16.04 and Debian 9.4 templates. With these updates also bring the unification of all instances now being Hyper-V Gen2 instances, which will bring consistency throughout your cloud environment but also some other advantages as well. What’s special about Gen2 Instances? Boot

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14 Apr

Enseva Azure Virtual Machine Instance Updates

By Chris SeveyBlog

The month of April brings virtual machine instance updates for Enseva Azure. Existing Enseva Azure subscribers now have access to new Windows Server 2012R2, Windows Server 2016 and CentOS 7.x images that contain pre-installed patches and updates. CentOS 6.x has stopped receiving full updates and is now only receiving maintenance updates until it’s scheduled end

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07 Jan

Enseva Azure Cloud and Meltdown

By Chris SeveyBlog, In The News

Meltdown is a hardware vulnerability affecting Intel x86 microprocessors and some ARM-based microprocessors. It allows a rogue process to read any kernel memory, even when it is not authorized to do so. You may read more about the issue here: https://googleprojectzero.blogspot.com/2018/01/reading-privileged-memory-with-side.html Enseva’s Azure infrastructure has already been updated to address this vulnerability. Enseva’s architecture allows

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