Creating workshop machines on Azure

During Directions US and Directions EMEA, we had to spin up approx. 2000 Azure VMs for our hands on labs. All of these machines was deployed individually from PowerShell (multiple simultaneous jobs, but still one job=one VM) running on my Developer Machine in Lyngby. The scripts used to create these VMs has been shared with…

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The 10 command(ment)s of Docker (NAV on Docker #6)

I recommend that you read this blog post before reading this. In this blog post I will describe the 10 docker commands I use most frequently and what I use them for. The commands can be executed in a Command Prompt, PowerShell or PowerShell ISE on a machine with Docker installed. In any case, you…

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Multiple ways to run a NAV on Docker image (NAV on Docker #5)

If you haven’t read this blog post, then please do so before continuing here. A lot of examples (like the prior blog post) will use docker run to start a NAV on Docker container, but there are actually a lot of different ways to start these containers. Some of these methods will run the container locally,…

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1-800-GETNAV (Nav on Docker #4)

What a cool phone number to have if you are a NAV partner in the US. Inspired by that and modernized it to the cloud world, it would be: aka-ms-getnav So here you are, probably the easiest way to spin up a NAV on Docker environment on Azure for development and test. The mechanism has…

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1709 and NAV on Docker

As of yesterday evening Windows Server version 1709 (with and without Containers) is available on Azure: I thought it would be a good idea to describe how this relates to the NAV on Docker images recently published on the Docker Hub. Before diving into the details, please read this blog post which talks about the Windows…

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