Category Archives: Azure Resource Manager

Add a Service (co-)Administrator to Azure Stack (RBAC)

In this blog post I am going to describe how you can add co administrators to Azure Stack. In an service provider or enterprise scenario you probably have more than one administrator who manage the environment. Some might be storage admins, some managing the network and others are compute admins. In this post we will […]

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AzureStack TP1 released! – part II

PART I:AzureStack TP1 released! Well, I hope everyone got their bits downloaded. Let’s continue with the deployment of AzureStack in our environment. I assume you have installed the host with Windows Server 2016 TP4. copy the downloaded Azure Stack bits to the host and op a PowerShell command as Administrator. Now run the DeployAzureStack.ps1 –Verbose: […]

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AzureStack TP1 released! – part I

Today is the day that many people have waited for… Azure Stack TP1 is just released. Let’s take a look at what we can expect in this release and how to get started with this build. First things first: the download link Azure Stack is Azure in your own datacenter. In the TP1 release we […]

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Azure Resource Manager – Templates (JSON)

In Azure and Azure Stack, the Azure Resource Manager is the management layer (API) where you connect to for deploying resources. In this blog we are going to look at the Azure Resource Template and how to use it when deploying resources. When deploying resources with Azure Resource Manager keep in mind the following aspects. It […]

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Azure Resource Manager – Resource Groups

Azure Resource Groups, or will it be Azure Stack Resource Groups? Anyway, aside the name, let’s talk about what they are and what we can do with it. A Resource Group is a container of resources. No, not the new container technology what Microsoft announced at Ignite 2015. It’s a container that can held the […]

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