Tag Archives: Microsoft Azure

Deploy Azure Stack Development Kit on an Azure VM

[Update on 18/10/17] With the new version of the ASDK, this blog post had been updated. With the recent release of V3 VMs on Azure, you’ve now the possibility to do Nested Hyper-V, running a VM in an Azure VM. Azure Stack Development Kit just released, it was the opportunity for me to deploy the […]

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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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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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