Tag: azurestack

What is Azure Stack and what is the architecture?

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Microsoft has always been heavily committed to the datacenter and has a large footprint with Hyper-V & System Center. If we dial the clock back five years, Microsoft released Azure Pack, which was their first big attempt at a complete integrated private cloud…

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Setting up Marketplace Syndication in Azure Stack TP3

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One of the cool features introduced in TP3 is the ability to do marketplace syndication between AzureStack and the public Azure marketplace. This allows us to provide all the different services and images in the public Azure marketplace trough AzureStack. You need to…

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AzureStack breakdown of Network Controller

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Now I’ve previosly blogged about some of the other networking component in AzureStack (Software Load Balancing) and Distributed Firewall which are essential components on how we can achive a software-defined network. Now both the dfW and SLB are just components that operate in…

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AzureStack breakdown of Distributed Firewall

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Following up on the previous AzureStack blogpost (Software load balancing –> http://msandbu.org/azurestack-breakdown-of-load-balancing-component/) I wanted to continue on the firewall component, which is also a new component which is now part of Windows Server 2016 as well. The solution in place in AzureStack is…

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Azure Stack as an turnkey solution is that the right approach from Microsoft?

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Earlier last week it was announced that Azure Stack will be deliverd as a turnkey solution duing 2017 via Dell, HPE and Lenovo systems. Now this came as a disappointment to many that they now could not be able to run Azure Stack…

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