FreeBSD 11.1 Operating System Debuts to Support 2nd Generation Microsoft Hyper-V

It’s been more than nine months since FreeBSD 11 was released as the latest and most advanced version of the widely-used and most popular BSD operating system on the market, and now, FreeBSD 11.1 is here with a bunch of new features across multiple components, as well as all the latest security and bug fixes. New features include support for 2nd generation Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines, support for blacklistd(8) in OpenSSH, support for the “next generation” Enhanced Networking technologies on the Amazon EC2 platform through the ena(4) driver, and support for the Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) in the NFS client.