Working directly with the Azure Stack Resource Manager API

I would like to follow up on a blog post I have read here. They talk about how you can interact directly with the Azure Resource Manager API with PowerShell or other programming / scripting languages. The advantage is I don’t need any Azure PowerShell modules in order to retrieve any data from Azure Stack. […]

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Azure Stack Post-Deployment Script

Intro I posted a piece of my own internal post-deployment script in the Azure Stack forum to clean up WinRM logs and stop the logging. The WinRM log file build up bug in TP2 Refresh can fill up the available space in increments of 4GB per day on the Host and on every fabric VM. I have received positive feedback […]

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Expose the Azure Stack Portal through NAT

 Intro Mark Scholman already published an excellent blog about exposing the portal with a new public FQDN for new Azure Stack deployments. However, this requires a fresh install and takes some time and functionality to get all the settings right. But, what about exposing the portal if you already deployed Azure Stack? Believe it or not, it […]

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Azure Stack TP2 November Update released

  Microsoft released Azure Stack TP2 Update. With this update you have to do a reinstall of your host and they have enabled Azure Stack PaaS services like SQL, MySQL and App Services. Compared with the TP1 App Services new features are enabled like Mobile and API apps: To get started download the TP2 bits here […]

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Azure Stack TP2 nested on VMware ESXi 6

Intro Before you begin reading I want to warn you that running Hyper-V and Azure Stack in a nested hypervisor setup on VMware is not supported in any way by Microsoft. However, Microsoft is open to hear any feedback and experience leveraging nested virtualization which results in my feedback and tweaks to get TP2 going using a nested […]

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