I am fairly new to the Kubernetes world. I would say that every day is still a learning experience for me. This weekend I was trying to redeploy some AKS clusters for a demo I need to do on Tuesday. However, I kept running into an issue with my WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux). At … Continue reading Deploying AKS via AzureCLI and Service Principal Names
Introduction This was probably the most challenging task that I set out to do. I am just getting into containers. Which means I am fairly new with Kubernetes and all the different management platforms that are built around Kubernetes. I have been working with Pivotal's Container Service (PKS) a lot more lately. Which to be … Continue reading Hybrid Cloud Series – Introduction
I did some research on how to stop the synchronization between my on-premises active directory and Azure Active Directory. I found a lot of resources but not many that made sense to me. So I combined two of the sites I found and was able to successfully remove Azure AD Connect sync from my tenant. … Continue reading Remove Azure AD Connect Sync from Tenant Directory
Introduction and blabbing... (skip ahead to next section for actual blog.) A friend and fellow MVP, Steve Buchanan recently tweeted the following article: Career Advice for IT Professionals in 2019. He mentioned a few points from this article in his tweets that really grabbed my eye. One is "Change is always constant." A few other points … Continue reading Deploying Pivotal Container Service (PKS) on Azure Using Karsten Bott’s Automation Magic
This week professionally I had some disappointments. However, this morning as I was getting ready to drive up to Dallas I saw an email that made me do my happy dance. This morning I received "the" email! I am honored to be chosen and awarded Microsoft's MVP award in Microsoft Azure. I feel extremely honored … Continue reading Wow!!! Honored To Be Awarded My 1st Microsoft MVP Award!
So I am really excited to be kicking off my first presentation about Azure Stack at next month's MVPDays Virtual Conference. This will be my first opportunity to speak about Azure Stack outside of my corporate work environment. So go over to MVPdays.com and register for November's session. There is a good list of sessions … Continue reading Presenting at MVPDays Virtual Conference in November
There is some good documentation out about Role Based Access Control (RBAC) for Azure Stack and Azure. I would love to share my thoughts and plans on how we will manage RBAC for Azure Stack. What I am currently doing is still in the planning stages and may change as we move forward with more … Continue reading Azure Stack: Access Management
Unofficially this would be my next blog in my series about Deploying A Highly Available App Service Solution Series. However, I also wanted to blog about my experience with using Azure's AD Domain Services to satisfy our identity needs with Azure Stack based VM's. This would allow us not to deploy an entire Active Directory … Continue reading Azure Stack: Using Azure Active Directory Domain Services for Azure Stack VM’s Authentication and Identity.
When I first started this blog series I had thought I could knock this off in a week or so. As I sit here on Saturday night a few weeks after posting my first blog in this series I realized I might have bitten off more than I could chew. I also missed a lot … Continue reading Azure Stack: Highly Available App Service Solution – Part II – Did I just start eating an elephant?
So sitting near my corporate office at a very delicious Indian restaurant while waiting for my laptop to get re-imaged I got bored. I didn't have enough time to go watch Denzel Washington's new action film The Equalizer 2 and needed to do something to entertain myself. So I did what every other Azure Cloud … Continue reading Deploying an Azure VM using Cloud Shell on my iPhone