Table of Contents
- Solutions and Design Guidance
- Windows Azure Services for Windows Server
- Windows Azure Pack
- Service Provider Foundation
- Usage and Billing
- VM Role
- Service Management Automation
- Database as a Service
- Windows Azure Services Bus
- Hyper-V Network Virtualization Gateway
- Hyper-V Network Virtualization
- Disaster Recovery
- PowerShell Deployment Toolkit
- Development for Windows Azure Pack, SPF and VMM
Hi Windows Azure Pack fans!
Marc van Eijk en I have had some hands-on at Windows Azure Pack (formerly known as Windows Azure Services for Windows Server). There is a lot of info out there, but very scattered. Hopefully we can keep this WAP Wiki updated every now and then. Feel free to add to this Wiki!
Now THAT'S a round-up of WAP resources!
What is WAP (Windows Azure Pack)?
The Windows Azure Pack delivers Windows Azure technologies for you to run inside your datacenter. Offer rich, self-service, multi-tenant services and experiences that are consistent with Microsoft’s public cloud offering.
Windows Azure-consistent experiences and services in your datacenter
The Windows Azure Pack is a collection of Windows Azure technologies available to Microsoft customers at no additional cost. Once installed in your datacenter, the Windows Azure Pack integrates with System Center and Windows Server to help provide a self-service portal for managing services such as websites, Virtual Machines, and Service Bus; a portal for administrators to manage resource clouds; scalable web hosting; and more.
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