I’ve been exploring VMM PowerShell cmdlets recently especially related to Network Virtualization. I was thinking of blogging about adding Gateway, NAT Connection and VPN connection to VM Network but I was too occupied with work. Continue reading “Adding Gateway to VM Network As Tenant Administrator”
Not so long ago I’ve reported an issue where Multi-Tenant RRAS (Windows Server Gateway) is not discovered by by the Multi-Tenant RRAS Management Pack. This problem has been fixed in Update Rollup 2 for System Center 2012 R2 Virtual Machine Manager. If you add Windows Server Gateways as Network Service in VMM as usual you will not notice a difference in the wizard and after the gateway is added successful you will probably had to create that Client Access Point resource manually. That is because the fix is not exposed directly in the wizard, it is actually a parameter that you have provide in the connection string. And actually the parameters are two: Continue reading “Adding Windows Server Gateway Cluster as Network Service in VMM 2012 R2 UR2 for Monitoring with SCOM”
A new Microsoft Virtual Academy Jump Start it is on its way. This time on focus will be Windows Azure Pack. I would like to recommend to attend this Jump Start or at least watch it later when it is available later. Details: Continue reading “MVA Jump Start: Windows Azure Pack: Infrastructure as a Service”
Window Server Gateway is multi-tenant but still has some limitations that you should keep an eye on. More specifically I am talking about the following limits that are visible when you add the Windows Server Gateway as Network Service in Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM): Continue reading “Getting Windows Server Gateway Functionality with PowerShell in VMM”
Our whitepaper received a new version (version 5) and now more looks like a book. Book is not the right word in these modern times so I will call it Whitepaper as a Service (WaaS). We’ve included the Windows Azure Pack (WAP) experience in it. The reason for that is because if you build your Hybrid Cloud you need a front end that your customers can see and what better way than using Windows Azure Pack. No other words are necessary just grab the latest version from here and start reading.