Now Published: Azure China Documentation

Recently the Microsoft Azure Documentation team built out the Sovereign Cloud tab pivot: Sovereign Clouds That includes the US Government, Germany, and China  (via 21Vianet). The newest content set in the Azure Sovereign Clouds, is Microsoft Azure China 21Vianet: Azure China main page   This content was built by AzureCAT, including Herb Chung and Edwin…

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Azure Stack Validation Environment – Part 5: Putting it all together

Azure Stack Building an end-to-end validation environment Part 5: Putting it all together By Paul Appleby, Kath McBride, and Joel Yoker. Edited by Derek Gamlyn and RoAnn Corbisier. Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT) This article is Part 4 in the Azure Stack Validation Environment series: Part 1: Overview Part 2: Quotas, Plans, and Offers Part…

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Azure Stack Validation Environment – Part 4: Services and Resource Manager

Azure Stack Building an end-to-end validation environment Part 4: Services and Resource Manager By Paul Appleby, Kath McBride, and Joel Yoker. Edited by Derek Gamlyn and RoAnn Corbisier. Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT)   This article is Part 4 in the Azure Stack Validation Environment series: Part 1: Overview Part 2: Quotas, Plans, and Offers…

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New Service Fabric Technical Customer Profile from AzureCAT and CSA – Societe Generale (SocGen) + Qarnot Computing

Special thanks to Microsoft Azure CSA (Cloud Solution Architect) Eric Grenon, we released a new Service Fabric Customer Profile: Service Fabric Customer Profile: Societe Generale and Qarnot Computing       In this installment, we profile Societe Generale and Qarnot Computing, their grid computing application, and how they designed the architecture. Some of the advantages…

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Azure Stack Validation Environment – Part 3: Subscriptions

Azure Stack Building an end-to-end validation environment Part 3: Subscriptions By Paul Appleby, Kath McBride, and Joel Yoker. Edited by Derek Gamlyn and RoAnn Corbisier. Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT)   This article is Part 3 in the Azure Stack Validation Environment series: Part 1: Overview Part 2: Quotas, Plans, and Offers Part 3: Subscriptions…

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Azure Virtual Datacenter – New E-Book from AzureCAT

Azure Virtual Datacenter is an approach to making the most of the Azure cloud platform’s capabilities while respecting your existing security and networking policies. When deploying enterprise workloads to the cloud, IT organizations and business units must balance governance with developer agility. Azure Virtual Datacenter provides models to achieve this balance with an emphasis on…

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Azure Stack Validation Environment – Part 2: Quotas, Plans, and Offers

Azure Stack Building an end-to-end validation environment Part 2: Quotas, Plans, and Offers By Paul Appleby, Kath McBride, and Joel Yoker. Edited by Derek Gamlyn and RoAnn Corbisier. Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT)   This article is Part 2 in the Azure Stack Validation Environment series: Part 1: Overview Part 2: Quotas, Plans, and Offers…

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Azure Stack Validation Environment – Part 1: Overview

Azure Stack Building an end-to-end validation environment Part 1: Overview By Paul Appleby, Kath McBride, and Joel Yoker. Edited by Derek Gamlyn and RoAnn Corbisier. Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT)   This article is Part 1 in the Azure Stack Validation Environment series: Part 1: Overview (this article) Part 2: Quotas, Plans, and Offers Part…

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Choosing the right Kubernetes object for deploying workloads in Azure

Authored by Mahesh Kshirsagar (AzureCAT). Reviewed by Brendon Burns (Distinguished Engineer, R&D Compute Dev), Wasim Bloch (AzureCAT), and Kimmo Forss (AzureCAT). Edited by Ed Price (AzureCAT patterns & practices). Introduction Interest in Kubernetes as a container orchestrator is growing rapidly. The capabilities it offers are very exhaustive. As more and more enterprises adopt a containers/microservices-based architecture,…


Choosing the right Kubernetes object for deploying workloads in Azure – Part 1

Introduction This post covers getting started with local development using Kubernetes. It will cover configurations, tools, and common troubleshooting. For an overview of this blog series, use this introductory post. Getting started with Kubernetes In a typical development scenario, developers start on their local machines before deploying to a remote cluster, most likely in cloud. This post…