Previous Post in Series: Part 2: Deploy MSSQL and MySQL as PaaS on Azure Stack
20/07/2017: UPDATED for the Azure Stack Dev Kit
Ahoy there folks! In the last part of this series (see link above) we deployed both the MSSQL and MySQL resource providers to our Azure Stack POC environment. Now we’re going to go through the process for offering the App Service as PaaS, this isn’t too involved and should make for a fairly short guide. So without further ado…
Here’s a quick breakdown of what we’ll be covering:
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Previous Post in Series: Part 10: Deploy and Configure SDN Software Load Balancer Service
Welcome to part 11 of my Server 2016 Features Series, I thought it was worth posting on this one because I managed to brick my SDN environment (in my lab) because I just went for it without following any real process…COME ON, we’ve all done it
There won’t be much new in here that Greg Cusanza at MS hasn’t covered in the great documentation he uploaded recently, so if nothing else, you’ll get a similar experience to that but with a slight Scottish flavour
At the time of writing, backup and restore of SDN was introduced in the most recent Cumulative Update, and as I alluded to earlier, getting this piece wrong can break your SDN environment, so it’s important that you get it right.
OK, that’s enough scaremongering…let’s get to it.
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Previous Post in Series: Part 4: Deploy and Configure a 3 Node 2016 Hyper-V Cluster
Welcome to Part 5 of the Server 2016 Features Series. In this section we’re going to work through an entire end-to-end deployment of the Host Guardian Service, including Hyper-V, SCVMM and in Part 6, VM template configuration and deployment of Virtual Machines using SCVMM.
You can jump to any of the sections covered in this post using the links below:
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