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  • Question

  • I have a POC coming up where customer is interested to deploy workloads on both Azure Stack and Azure. 

    - Azure will have Web or Apps Servers

     - Azure Stack will have DB servers

    Questions:

    1. Is this some supported?

    2. Do we have any step by step instructions on how to set it up with pre reqs

    3. Any powershell scripts to accelerate the deployment. 



    Prasad Chundi

    Monday, April 17, 2017 9:08 PM

Answers

  • Hello Prasad,

    Azure Stack allows you do design hybrid applications that leverage resources in Azure and in your Datacenter. There are many ways to accomplish this task. I suggest you to review the following Microsoft Iginite Sessions, they are from last year but still relevant:

    Learn about hybrid applications with Azure and Azure Stack - https://myignite.microsoft.com/sessions/2965

    Discuss Microsoft DevOps on Azure Stack - https://myignite.microsoft.com/sessions/2937

    Learn about the community of templates for Azure Stack - https://myignite.microsoft.com/sessions/2848

    In additional to that content, Channel 9 has also some great resources:

    https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/azurestack/Azure-Stack-for-Developers-Part-1-Overview

    https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Hybrid-Cloud/Unified-Development-and-DevOps

    Thanks,

    Ricardo

     

    Wednesday, April 19, 2017 2:48 PM

All replies

  • Hello Prasad,

    Azure Stack allows you do design hybrid applications that leverage resources in Azure and in your Datacenter. There are many ways to accomplish this task. I suggest you to review the following Microsoft Iginite Sessions, they are from last year but still relevant:

    Learn about hybrid applications with Azure and Azure Stack - https://myignite.microsoft.com/sessions/2965

    Discuss Microsoft DevOps on Azure Stack - https://myignite.microsoft.com/sessions/2937

    Learn about the community of templates for Azure Stack - https://myignite.microsoft.com/sessions/2848

    In additional to that content, Channel 9 has also some great resources:

    https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/azurestack/Azure-Stack-for-Developers-Part-1-Overview

    https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Hybrid-Cloud/Unified-Development-and-DevOps

    Thanks,

    Ricardo

     

    Wednesday, April 19, 2017 2:48 PM
  • Thanks will look at it..  Can you pl answer below questions.. 

    My Azure Stack Node  Pvt IPs.. They have outbound internet access via a router. 

    What should be Azure Local Gateway IP when my Azure stack virtual gateway is pvt IP? 



    Prasad Chundi

    Tuesday, April 25, 2017 9:38 PM
  • you need to connect as connection string to your on premise azurestack , which you need either to co0nnect over VPN or through express route to azure , unless you want to publish your db servers which is not a best practice <o:p></o:p>

    so theoretically it should be possible with hybrid connection between your azurestack connected environment and your azure in public <o:p></o:p>


    Friday, December 21, 2018 11:29 AM
  • Create the connection
    In the user portal, select + Create a resource.
    Go to Marketplace, and then select Networking.
    From the list of resources, select Connection.
    On the Basic settings section, for the Connection type, choose Site-to-site (IPSec).
    Select the Subscription, Resource Group, and Location, and then select OK.
    On the Settings section, select Virtual network gateway, and then select Azure-GW.
    Select Local network gateway, and then select Azs-GW.
    In Connection name, type Azure-Azs.
    In Shared key (PSK), type 12345, then select OK.
     
     
     
    Create a VM
    To check the VPN connection, create two VMs: one in Azure, and one in Azure Stack Hub. After you create these VMs, you can use them to send and receive data through the VPN tunnel.
    In the Azure portal, select + Create a resource.
    Go to Marketplace, and then select Compute.
    In the list of VM images, select the Windows Server 2016 Datacenter Eval image.
    On the Basics section, in Name, type Azs-VM.
    Type a valid username and password. You use this account to sign in to the VM after it's created.
    Provide a Subscription, Resource Group, and Location, and then select OK.
    On the Size section, for this instance, select a VM size, and then select Select.
    On the Settings section, accept the defaults. Make sure that the Azs-VNet virtual desktop network is selected. Verify that the subnet is set to 10.1.0.0/24. Then select OK.
    On the Summary section, review the settings, and then select OK.
    Tuesday, May 19, 2020 2:40 PM