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Ignite 2018, Bring on the swag!!!

This is going to be my very first Microsoft Ignite. I have always stayed clear mainly because of how large of a conference it is. I love people, I love interacting with people, however, I also like my space as

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Azure Stack: Highly Available App Service Solution – Part II – Did I just start eating an elephant?

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

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Posted in App Services, Azure Stack

Deploying an Azure VM using Cloud Shell on my iPhone

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

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Posted in Azure

Azure Stack: Deploying A Highly Available App Service Solution Series

So for my next few blogs, I am going to document how we deployed Azure Stack’s App Service in a Highly Available deployment in our multi-node Stack.  This multi-part blog will consist of deploying all the pre-requisites for App Services

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Azure Stack – A JSON Viewer For The Downloaded Update Logs!

In one of my previous blogs Updating Azure Stack to 1804 – Logs, Logs, and More Logs – Part III I had mentioned in passing about the format of the JSON file log.  When you click Download full logs in the Update

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Posted in Azure Stack

Updating Azure Stack to 1804 – Installing The Updates – Part II

In my previous blog Updating Azure Stack to 1804 – Features, Fixes, and Updates – Part I  I talked a little about the new features and the one that grabbed my attention the most, along with what the update fixed and some

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Updating Azure Stack to 1804 – Features, Fixes, and Updates – Part I

Azure Stack Update 1804 was released last week in the middle of MMS.  So I was itching to update our first multi-node stamp.  So while some of my peers were doing their sessions I was prepping to update to Azure

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Posted in Azure Stack

MMS 2018!!! It is on like Donkey Kong!

So just a few days from now on Mothers Day I am flying to the great state of Minnesota (u betcha!) for one of the best IT technical conferences available.  (In my opinion that is.)  It is already time for

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Lessons Learned: Public Certificate Authorities and Azure Stack Certificates

In my previous blog post yesterday, Using AzsReadinessChecker To Generate Certificate Signing Request for Azure Stack I showed how to use the AzSReadinessChecker tool provided by Microsoft to create a CSR that you could then take to your Public Certificate Authority.  I

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Using AzsReadinessChecker To Generate Certificate Signing Request for Azure Stack

My experience with Azure Stack until recently has all been around the ASDK (Azure Stack Development Toolkit).  Recently we received our first multi-node Azure Stack from our Partner and OEM Dell EMC.  My next few blogs are more than likely going to

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