Catégorie : Network

Microsoft Azure Stack – Technical Paper

Hi !

Today, I would like to share with you an exellent paper written by Florent Appointer MVP (Cloud and Datacenter Management) .

Azure Stack extends the Azure vision by bringing the cloud model of computing to every datacenter. Azure Stack is a new hybrid cloud platform product that enables organizations to deliver Azure services from their own datacenter in a way that is consistent with Azure.

Organizations can create these Azure services from datacenter resources – enabling developers and IT professionals to quickly provision and scale services using the same self-service experience found in Azure. This all adds up to an environment in which application developers can maximize their productivity using a ‘write once, deploy to Azure or Azure Stack’ approach, because the Azure APIs are consistent regardless of where the resources are provisioned – Azure Stack is simply an extension of Azure.

Here’s a simplified view of the Azure Stack architecture.

azure-stack-architectureThis paper should focus on how you can deploy an Azure Stack Lab Technical Preview 1, with all installation steps.

Thanks Florent and good reading !

Software-Defined Networking in Windows Server 2016

Hi !

In this session, we’ll take an end to end look at the new networking features and capabilities in Windows Server 2016, from the all-new Network Controller, through to the powerful Software Load Balancer, Distributed Firewall, Network Virtualization, new hardware offloads and much more!

Networking is a foundational part of the Software Defined Datacenter (SDDC) platform, and Windows Server 2016 provides new and improved Software Defined Networking (SDN) technologies to help you move to a fully realized SDDC solution for your organization.
I recommend, this sessions:

Enjoy  !

PowerShell – Network Commands

Hi all !

This my first « short » article in english, and I’m very exitected to share with you. The goal of this article is to introduce common network commands « ping, nslookup » but in PowerShell !


Ipconfig | Get-NetIPConfiguration or Get-NetIPAddress









Ping | Test-NetConnection





With detailed: Test-NetConnection -ComputerName -InformationLevel Detailed




Nslookup | Resolve-DnsName




Route print | Get-NetRoute -Protocol Local -DestinationPrefix 192.168*




Traceroute | Test-NetConnection –TraceRoute









Netstat | Get-NetTCPConnection | Group State, RemotePort | Sort Count | FT Count, Name -Autosize




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