Category Archives: PaaS

Azure Stack Fiji?

The latest rumour in the Azure Stack world is called “Azure Stack Fiji”. This is a very exciting development if you ask me. And I am looking forward to this years Microsoft Ignite, hope we get some announcements! Microsoft is developing a new member of its Azure Stack hybrid computing family that is codenamed Azure […]

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App Service: Will it blend?

I am working with some developers to check if their code would work on Azure Stack Hub App Service. One of us made a reference to the “will it blend” videos that were a hit in the early Youtube days, that made me smile. Because… it is important to smile. Note: This post applies to […]

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Azure Data Factory and Azure Stack blob storage copy

In my last blogpost I explained how the future of “Azure: The world computer” looks like with Azure Stack. Azure Data Factory could be another Azure Service that plays a role in this hybrid / edge scenario. It is a cloud-based data integration service that allows you to create data-driven workflows in the cloud for orchestrating […]

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How to remove the App Service Resource Provider

Normally you wouldn’t need to remove the App Service Resource Provider on one of your Azure Stack stamps. However, in this case, we had installed the resource provider using a single file server and a single SQL server and needed to redeploy using a highly available solution. I looked over the Microsoft documentation and couldn’t […]

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Azure Stack Pre-GA update

Here we are… mid 2017. Its June and we are getting close to the General Availability (GA) of Microsoft Azure Stack. The product team has done some amazing work last year with the development of Azure Stack. I was lucky to get a closer look at the progress of the development and have seen how […]

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Enable PaaS (MySQL) in Azure Stack TP1

As you might have followed along the PaaS series on this website then this is the last PaaS resource provider we need to enable. And actually, in my opinion, the easiest one. Its fully automated but it is important that you run this as Administrator. I assumed you have updated the Powershell version on the […]

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Enable PaaS (Web Apps) in Azure Stack TP1 – Part II

PART I: Enable PaaS (Web Apps) in Azure Stack TP1 Welcome back at part 2 of the Web App Service deployment in Azure Stack. We left off on the part where the deployment of the SQL VM is finished and the WebSites VM’s are being deployed. When that’s finished log in to the portal and go […]

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Enable PaaS (Web Apps) in Azure Stack TP1 – Part I

In this post we will walk through the installation and configuration of Azure Stack Web Apps. If you start for the first time with adding a extra resource provider we have to update the Azure Powershell module on the CLIENTVM. If you already have followed the other post on adding the SQL Resource provider than […]

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