One of the biggest request Microsoft got from customers in terms of PowerShell was that customers want to use Secure Shell protocol and Shell session (aka SSH) to interoperate between Windows and Linux – both Linux connecting to and managing Windows via SSH and Windows connecting to and managing Linux via SSH.
Yesterday Angel Calvo, Group Software Engineering Manager in the PowerShell Team at Microsoft, finally announced that the PowerShell team is going to work, contribute and support the OpenSSH community. This will allow Microsoft to bring SSH (Secure Shell) support for PowerShell in the coming releases. For me connecting from Windows to Linux systems will be a great benefit and helps me manage some of my Azure Virtual Machines from my Surface without having to install any third party tools.
If you want to know more about that check out his Looking Forward: Microsoft: Support for Secure Shell (SSH)
Tags: Microsoft, OpenSSH, PowerShell, PowerShell SSH, Secure Shell, SSH, SSH PowerShell, Windows, Windows 10, Windows Powershell Last modified: August 27, 2018