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Tag: Preview

  • Azure Kubernetes Service cluster autoscaler configurations

    Currently you have two options on Azure Kubernetes Service to run the cluster autoscaler. The first one is the integrated solution on the managed master control plane side. This one is in preview and only available when using the AKS VMSS preview. You can configure AKS during the creation process to use the cluster autoscaler […]

  • Running Azure Functions on Azure Germany with the Functions Runtime

    Azure Functions is currently not available in Azure Germany. If you want to start with Functions in Azure Germany, then you have to use the Functions Runtime as a workaround. -> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/functions-runtime-overview -> https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=55239 The Functions Runtime can be installed on a Windows Server 2016 or on your Windows 10 with Creators Update client machine. […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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 to adjust the InstallAzureStackPOC.ps1. Jump to line 64 and add in the […]

  • 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 refresh. -> […]

  • 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. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/microsoft-azure-stack-technical-preview-2-on-lower-hardware-specifications/ The Azure Stack TP2 consists […]

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