Tag Archives: Azure Stack

Azure Image Builder: a closer look

At Microsoft Build 2019 I attended a short session about Azure Image Builder & Azure Stack by Daniel Sol and Ihcene Cheriet. They showed a demo of a fully automated customized linux distro and add it as an image to the Azure tenant. Pretty awesome I thought. It took me a while, but this week […]

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Update 1.1904.0.36 and Changes in Update Processes

Update 1.1904.0.36 was officially released for Azure Stack today. Just like last months, this update was mainly focused around fixes and improvements. I am impressed with the newer smaller and faster updates. My little 4 node scale until up until 1903 was taking an average of 16 to 20 hours to update. These past 2 […]

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Azure Stack vs Azure Stack HCI

March 26 Microsoft announced they added a new member to the Azure Stack family. Some of you might got confused with the news Microsoft released Azure Stack HCI. In this blog post I will describe the differences and how to position both platforms. Azure Stack – Intelligent Cloud / Intelligent Edge Azure Stack as we […]

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Managed Images on Azure Stack

This last week I had the chance to start working with managed images on Azure Stack. As of the recent update release of 1901, managed images is now available for everyone. You may be asking yourself a few questions right about now. Like, what is a managed image? Why do I need a manage image? […]

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Marketplace Management PowerShell Script

For those Azure Stack Operators that manage the Azure Stack Marketplace you know some of the pain points of keeping track when a Marketplace item is updated.  This is pretty much a monthly job for someone to verify that all the extensions and core images synced to your Azure Stack’s are up to date.  Well, […]

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