Let me write a quick blog on my experience with a installation I did last night. This morning I arrived in the office and was hoping on a completed deployment, but instead I see this: Instead of trying to go to the C:\CloudDeployment and run the installazurestack -rerun leave this PowerShell box open and run […]
Monthly Archives: September 2016
Finally, Azure Stack TP2 has been released! When TP1 came out I wrote a couple of blog post on adding CentOS 7 and the DSC for Linux extension. So much has changed with TP2 so I figured to write a couple of follow up posts to help you get started! Adding and using…. CentOS 7.2 […]
I managed to get Azure Stack running on a public URL. To help you understand the architecture in TP2 and components used I will try to explain step by step how things have been done. For the networking part to get it to work you need BGP on your switch configured. If you connect Azure […]
In this blogpost I will try to explain what iDNS is and how it is implemented in the latest technical preview Azure Stack. iDNS is a name resolution service for virtual networks where tenants don’t want to build and maintain their own DNS infrastructure. It allows VM’s to have name resolution to internet addresses as […]
After a long wait finally we can get our hands dirty on the next technical preview (TP2) of Microsoft Azure Stack. This technical preview is, like TP1, still a single node installation. They have made a lot of enhancements to the deployment experience. Especially when you want to redeploy the same host multiple times. For […]
Mark, myself and others had many discussions over the past few weeks around Azure Stack, the future of the private cloud, and the innovation happening around us daily. The goal was to write a realistic blog on the future with Azure Stack. These are our views and opinions, not those of Microsoft or our employer.