Azure Connector for Azure Pack


Great news! Last week Microsoft Azure connector for Windows Azure Pack was released for the public. It is available on GitHub as an Open Source.

This connector allows every hoster to add Azure VM management functionality to its current Azure Pack portal. This is what service providers asked Microsoft for years - single management panel for hoster-based VMs and for Azure-based VMs. Now hosters can offer Azure VMs via CSP to their tenants as an addition to their current IaaS.

Feel free to install Azure connector, it should not take more that 1-2 hours.

Download it!

Official announcement

Jeff Grave's blog post

Comments (4)

  1. John Tracy says:

    Jeff, In the Known Issues:
    ISSUE:
    The installer may not be able to create database files on a backend SQL cluster.

    WORKAROUND:
    Manually create the databases using the supplied DACPAC files. Additionally, you will need to create a SQL user and grant DBO permissions on necessary databases to be used in the connection strings in C:inetpubMgmtSvc-CmpWapExtensionweb.config and C:Program
    Files (x86)Compute Management PackMSITCmpWorkerServiceCmpWorkerService.exe.config

    It refers to the "supplied DACPAC" files. I can’t find these! Can you help me?

    Thanks

  2. John Tracy says:

    I found it. It was in the installer zip file located here:
    https://github.com/Microsoft/Phoenix/releases

  3. Hello, John! That’s "BACPAC", I suppose

  4. Reng Kwan says:

    how do i add an azure subscription without having the CSP? i tried to create AADSPN, but failed.

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