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Cloud Computing, Cloud Native & Kubernetes

Category: System Center

  • Manage Windows Server 2016 TP3 Network Controller with System Center 2016 TP3 VMM

    Actually in the Technical Preview 3 you can use either PowerShell or System Center 2016 VMM to manage a Network Controller instance. I had not the time yet to test the management capabilities provided by System Center 2016 Operations Manager. You can manage your datacenter network with Network Controller by using management applications, such as […]

  • Azure / Azure Stack – IaaS VM ARM MMA & Operational Insights Template Integration

    Digging deeper into the Azure Resource Manager capabilities and the template design I got involved today with the Azure VM Extensions. Especially with the Microsoft Monitoring Agent and the automatic configuration for Azure Operational Insights. -> http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/operational-insights/ If you are using VMs in Azure you want some monitoring and analyzing capabilities for them. Instead of […]

  • System Center 2012 R2 Update Rollup 7 available

    Yesterday Microsoft published the Update Rollup 7 for the System Center 2012 R2 Suite and Windows Azure Pack. -> https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3069110 A lot of new features and fixes are included in the UR7 for the Virtual Machine Manager. Support for Windows 10 Client Operating System Support for new Linux Operating Systems Support for VMWare vCenter 5.5 […]

  • Azure / Azure Stack – IaaS VM ARM NSG Template Integration

    In my last blog post about the Network Security Group feature I have shown you how to create a NSG via PowerShell and explained why they are important. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/azure-azure-stack-iaas-vm-arm-network-security-group/ Today I will show you how to implement the creation and attach process directly into the IaaS VM ARM template. First of all we create […]

  • Cloud Consistency with Azure Resource Manager Whitepaper

    Microsoft has announced Azure Stack for the first time at Ignite and a few weeks ago the general availability of the Azure Virtual Machines services in Azure Resource Manager. Azure Resource Manager is the glue between the Azure and Azure Stack consistency. If you are looking for a start with ARM based templates to get […]

  • Azure / Azure Stack – IaaS VM ARM Network Security Group

    An important feature in the new Azure Resource Manager API for Virtual Machine Services are the Network Security Groups. But why are they so important? At the end of June Microsoft announced the general availability for the Azure Virtual Machine services in Azure Resource Manager and with this announcement the new Azure VM services will […]

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