ROLLING OUT at #MSBuild
One Click Configure
Here you find Microsoft Overview of Azure Cloud Shell (Preview)
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
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 ! 😉
Use the Cool TechDays app 2016 for all the information and sessions of this Awesome Event :
There will be Great Speakers to Join and Corey Sanders will do the Keynote and Cool sessions about Microsoft Azure.
Here you find all the great TechDays 2016 Sessions
Hope to Meet you all at Microsoft TechDays 2016 in Amsterdam 😉
Dive in to Windows 10 with award-winning journalist and Windows Expert Ed Bott in this highly curated free eBook covering the top apps, accessories, and utilities included in the box with Windows 10.
The sheer volume of Windows programs and accessories says a lot about the power and complexity of Windows—a fact that every IT pro knows from firsthand experience. There’s a tool for nearly every task, and a large part of the process of becoming a Windows expert is knowing how to find the appropriate one when you need it.
This eBook contains descriptions and hands-on advice to help IT Pros work faster and smarter. Some of these tools are for everybody—end users and experts alike—whereas some are strictly for professionals. A few are so specialized that you’ll only need them once in a blue moon. Collectively, though, they make up a toolbox that can save you (and your company) time and money.
Thank you Ed Bott for this Awesome E-book 😉
Dell Power Edge R710 Server for Microsoft AzureStack TP1 POC
These requirements apply to the Azure Stack POC only and might change for future releases.
|Compute: CPU||Dual-Socket: 12 Physical Cores||Dual-Socket: 16 Physical Cores|
|Compute: Memory||96 GB RAM||128 GB RAM|
|Compute: BIOS||Hyper-V Enabled (with SLAT support)||Hyper-V Enabled (with SLAT support)|
|Network: NIC||Windows Server 2012 R2 Certification required for NIC; no specialized features required||Windows Server 2012 R2 Certification required for NIC; no specialized features required|
|Disk drives: Operating System||1 OS disk with minimum of 200 GB available for system partition (SSD or HDD)||1 OS disk with minimum of 200 GB available for system partition (SSD or HDD)|
|Disk drives: General Azure Stack POC Data||4 disks. Each disk provides a minimum of 140 GB of capacity (SSD or HDD).||4 disks. Each disk provides a minimum of 250 GB of capacity.|
|HW logo certification||Certified for Windows Server 2012 R2||Certified for Windows Server 2012 R2|
Data disk drive configuration: All data drives must be of the same type (SAS or SATA) and capacity. If SAS disk drives are used, the disk drives must be attached via a single path (no MPIO, multi-path support is provided)
HBA configuration options: 1. (Preferred) Simple HBA 2. RAID HBA – Adapter must be configured in “pass through” mode 3. RAID HBA – Disks should be configured as Single-Disk, RAID-0
Supported bus and media type combinations
Deploy Azure Stack POC
This creates the \Microsoft Azure Stack POC\ folder containing the following items:
Important: You must have at least 128GB of free space on the physical boot volume.
bcdboot <mounted drive letter>:\windows
Important: Only one NIC is allowed during the deployment process. If you want to use a specific NIC, you must disable all the others.
Run the PowerShell deployment script
Deployment starts and the Azure Stack POC domain name is hardcoded as azurestack.local.
There are two ways to log in to the Azure Stack POC.
Log in as a service administrator
A service administrator manages resource providers, tenant offers, plans, services, quotas, and pricing.
Log in as a tenant
Tenants provision, monitor, and manage services that they subscribe to, like Web Apps, storage, and virtual machines. A service administrator can log in as a tenant to test the plans, offers, and subscriptions that their tenants might use. If you don’t already have one, Create a tenant account before you log in.
RDP may restrict how many users can access the physical Microsoft Azure POC host. To enable multiple users, see Enable multiple concurrent user connections.