Experience the newest technologies in Microsoft Azure by joining Scott Guthrie for sessions on how you can do more on the intelligent cloud. Scott will present a deep dive into Microsoft’s cloud services, advanced workloads and capabilities. He’ll do several demonstrations first-hand to show how these solutions can enable you to achieve more using the best of the Linux ecosystem and the best of the Windows ecosystem, together. Demos will include the latest in infrastructure – VM scale sets, managed disks, Hybridcloud, Azure Stack, enterprise mobility + security, Xamarin/mobile development, SQL, Data Lake, Cognitive Services, Machine Learning, AI, R, open source capabilities, Logic Apps, Power BI, Flow, developer tools and services, containers and more.
Amsterdam RAI, Europaplein 2, 1078 GZ, Amsterdam
Happy Learning with your online LAB
Azure DevTest Labs is a service that helps developers and testers quickly create environments in Azure while minimizing waste and controlling cost. You can test the latest version of your application by quickly provisioning Windows and Linux environments using reusable templates and artifacts. Easily integrate your deployment pipeline with DevTest Labs to provision on-demand environments. Scale up your load testing by provisioning multiple test agents, and create pre-provisioned environments for training and demos.
Here you see my Azure TestLAB and I will add a Docker artifact to my Running VM
Here you find the Getting Started Documentation
In your TestLAB you can work with RBAC
Here you see the Roles in Azure DevTest LAB.
In my JamesTestLAB I have a Container01 with Windows Server 2016 with Container running.
Via the Marketplace for Artifacts, I select the Docker for Windows Server 2016 artifact 😉
Installing Docker for Windows Server 2016
Docker for Windows Server 2016 Running in my Azure Test LAB
Here you can download the Complete Microsoft Azure DevTest LAB documentation into a PDF
Docker for Windows is Cool !
in Azure DevTest LABs
TRY it yourself Today here
Learn how Azure Stack adopted the “Assume Breach” and “Hardened by Default” principles to bring state of the art Security and Compliance to the next generation hybrid cloud solution.
Jeff Woolsey in action Talking about Windows Server 2016 Security and Containers
Thanks Jeff Great Sessions !
#MVPbuzz Time with Ask Me Anything (AMA) sessions at the Microsoft Tech Summit 2017
Great questions and feedback on Microsoft :
Windows Server 2016
Operations Management Suite (OMS)
Microsoft Tech Summit 2017 Amsterdam Dutch MVP’s at the Booth
Microsoft Tech Summit 2016-17
Build your cloud and infrastructure skills with a two-day free technical training event
Here you can see in which cities the Microsoft Tech Summit 2017 is
Thank you Microsoft and Community for these Awesome two Cloud and Infrastructure Days in Amsterdam ! 😉
Azure Stack Architecture
Today Microsoft released Azure Stack Technical Preview 3 for customers to do Proof of Concept (POC) with Azure Cloud Platform Services in your own Datacenter.
What’s new in Azure Stack TP3 ?
Content, services, and tools
- Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) support provides identity options for scenarios where network connectivity is limited or intermittent.
- You can use Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets to provide managed scale out of workloads.
- Use Azure D-Series VM sizes for increased performance and consistency.
- Deploy and create templates with Temp Disks that are consistent with Azure.
- Marketplace Syndication allows you to use content from the Azure Marketplace and make available in Azure Stack.
Infrastructure and operations
- Isolated administrative and user portals and APIs provide enhanced security.
- Use enhanced infrastructure management functionality, such as improved alerting.
- Using the Windows Azure Pack connector, you can view and manage IaaS virtual machines that are hosted on a Cloud Platform System (CPS) stamp. For this preview release, you can try this only with a CPS environment and additional configuration is required.
More Technical documentation of Azure Stack TP3 and Deployment :