Using Azure CLI to open Kubernetes dashboard

Often times you want to open the Azure Kubernetes(K8S) dashboard, after you created the Kubernetes cluster then deployed your app into it. When you go to the azure portal and open up the blade for the K8S dashboard, you will see the following. However this is not the full sequence. Please Note: For the pics…


Adding SQL IaaS extension into a disconnected Azure Stack

Azure Stack can operate in a connected fashion (meaning with an internet connection with Azure AD as the identity provider) OR can operate in a disconnected fashion with no internet connection but federated via ADFS with an on premises AD. We are talking about the latter scenario here. So you wanted to create SQL Servers…