Tag Archives: Hybrid Cloud

Microsoft Azure Stack Technical Preview 3 on lower hardware specifications

New technical preview, new challenges. After I got the TP1 and TP2 running on lower hardware specifications, I have tried the same for the TP3 and want to share the results with you. First of all we have the same hardware requirements for TP3 as for TP1 and TP2. Component Minimum Recommended CPU Dual-Socket: 12 Physical Cores Dual-Socket: 16 Physical Cores Memory 96 GB RAM 128 Read more [...]

Using Azure Active Directory in Microsoft Azure Germany for Microsoft Azure Stack

When you want to use the Azure Active Directory in the national cloud or sovereign cloud Microsoft Azure Germany you have to adjust two files in the Azure Stack TP2 bits. -> https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/overview/clouds/germany/ The two files are: -> X:\CloudDeployment\Configuration\InstallAzureStackPOC.ps1 ->X:\CloudDeployment\Common\AzureADConfiguration.psm1 Let us start Read more [...]

Microsoft Azure Stack Technical Preview 2 on lower hardware specifications – November refresh

Last week Microsoft has released the November refresh of its Azure Stack TP2 release bits. There are a lot of improvements, so it is recommended to do a fresh deployment of the TP2. -> https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/new-azure-paas-services-available-for-azure-stack-technical-preview-2-tp2/ What I have discovered editing the following files, is that we got an additional VM in the November Read more [...]

Shutdown and Startup Order for the Microsoft Azure Stack TP2 VMs

In my previous blog post I described how to install the Microsoft Azure Stack TP2 PoC on lower hardware specifications. Because my home lab does not run 24/7 I had to think about the correct shutdown and startup order for the Microsoft Azure Stack Technical Preview 2 VMs. -> http://www.danielstechblog.info/microsoft-azure-stack-technical-preview-2-on-lower-hardware-specifications/ The Azure Read more [...]

Microsoft Azure Stack Technical Preview 2 on lower hardware specifications

New technical preview, new challenges. After I got the TP1 running on lower hardware specifications, I have tried the same for the TP2 and want to share the results with you. -> http://www.danielstechblog.info/microsoft-azure-stack-technical-preview-on-lower-hardware/ First of all we have the same hardware requirements for TP2 as for TP1. Component Minimum Recommended CPU Dual-Socket: Read more [...]

Review VCNRW sessions 2016

On April 20th I had the honor to speak at the first VCNRW sessions about my favorite topic Azure Stack. The one day conference was an awesome event with a set of top international speakers. Thanks to Helge Klein and Timm Brochhaus for such a great event. If you have missed to be on-site at VCNRW sessions, you are lucky! Because the sessions were recorded and are available on Channel 9. -> https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/community-germany/VCNRW2016 You Read more [...]

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery – Teil 2 On-premise zu Azure

In dieser Blogserie möchte ich auf die Änderungen und die Konfiguration von Azure Site Recovery eingehen. Teil 1: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Überblick Teil 2: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery On-premise zu Azure Teil 3: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery On-premise zu On-premise Teil 4: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Nützliche Links Zuerst einmal ein Überblick wie Azure Site Recovery On-premise zu Read more [...]

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery – Teil 1 Überblick

Microsofts Azure Service Hyper-V Recovery Manager heißt seit letzter Woche Azure Site Recovery und wurde um eine sehr wichtige Funktion erweitert. In dieser Blogserie möchte ich auf die Änderungen und die Konfiguration von Azure Site Recovery eingehen. Teil 1: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Überblick Teil 2: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery On-premise zu Azure Teil 3: Microsoft Azure Site Recovery Read more [...]

You can help shape the future of Windows Azure Pack

Heute mal ein Beitrag in englischer Sprache. Mein MVP Kollege Marc van Eijk bat mich diesen weiter zu verbreiten. Wer also Verbesserungsvorschläge oder Änderungswünsche zum Windows Azure Pack hat, der sollte diesen Blogeintrag lesen und aktiv werden! Windows Azure Pack delivers Microsoft Azure technologies for you to run inside your datacenter. It offers rich, self-service, multi-tenant services Read more [...]

Microsoft Azure IaaS – VM und Virtual Network Limits

Letzte Woche war ich auf einer Azure Schulung und dabei kamen auch die Limitierungen von Microsoft Azure im Bereich IaaS also VMs und Virtual Networks zur Sprache. Diese Limitierungen möchte ich gerne hier zusammenfassen. VM Limits: Die Bootdisk der VM darf maximal 127 GB groß sein und nur eine Partition beinhalten. Die VM hat maximal eine NIC. Die Datendisk darf maximal 1 TB groß sein. 1 TB Read more [...]