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Welcome to part 7 of the Server 2016 Features Series. In the last two sections we deployed a Guarded Fabric and set things up to allow us to deploy Shielded VMs from within SCVMM. This section of the guide will build on that by exposing the Shielded VM capability to the Windows Azure Pack portal.
This guide assumes that you already have a WAP server up and running and connected to SCVMM via SPF, if you’ve yet to do this, I’ve put together a guide on it HERE
Here’s a quick list of what will be covered in this guide:
Continue reading “Part 7: Expose Shielded VMs to Windows Azure Pack Portal”
- Create a Shielded VM Template in SCVMM
- Create a VM Cloud in SCVMM
- Create a plan and user in WAP Admin Portal
- Deploy a shielded VM from template within the WAP Portal
Hello again folks, I just recently put up a guide on deploying WAP and SPF and thought this little addition would be useful.
The first thing I wanted to do when I spun up my first WAP server was to have the admin and tenant sites respond over port 443 and change the URLs to something more friendly. I was very happy to find out that this is something that can be done without “too” much effort
The first thing you’ll want to do is decide on the URLs for each of the sites listed in the table below. Once that decision has been made, you’ll want to add them into DNS, for the purposes of this guide I’m doing this all internally but the theory is the same for making these sites available to the internet.
Continue reading “Set Custom URLs for WAP Admin and Tenant Sites”
Hello again folks, if you’ve been following this blog since it launched, you’ll be aware that I’ve been writing a series I’m calling the Server 2016 Features Series. Part of this series is exposing the Shielded VM capability to the Windows Azure Pack portal. I’m working on the assumption that some people may never have deployed WAP before, and so decided to put a guide together for it. As this guide isn’t technically part of the above series, I’ll also be including the components required for a successful minimal viable deployment of WAP Express (single server). Here is a high level of the tasks covered:
Continue reading “Deploy Windows Azure Pack (Express) Step-by-Step”
- Deploy and configure a SQL Server 2016 VM
- Deploy and configure a Service Provider Foundation Server
- Deploy and configure a Windows Azure Pack Server