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The Windows Azure Pack (WAP) is the new boy in town and has got quite a bit of attention over the past few months.
Therefore I want to create some prescriptive guidance on how to troubleshoot potential issues with Windows Azure Pack.
After installing Windows Azure Pack several times and integrating it with SPF, SMA and other components I have stumbled over a series of things that caused me some challenges. In a series of blog posts I will try to list as many of these “challenges” as I can, so the reader can hopefully benefit from these in order to get WAP up as fast as possible without too many bumps on the way.
As Rome was not build in a day I will split the troubleshooting into a series of blog posts by area and describe some of the challenges my colleges and I have run into, configuring IaaS for Windows Azure Pack.
The expectation for these troubleshooting blog posts is that you have configured something in WAP and now it is not working as expected, how do I fix it??
Troubleshooting Windows Azure Pack.
When trying to understand where a certain issue may be within WAP it’s always a good thing to try to make a clean cut between the components to understand where the problem might reside.
Below is a list of areas and issues that I’m planning on releasing a blog post for. (Click on the link to get to the post, once it’s released)
Please stay tuned as November will be the month for troubleshooting Windows Azure Pack.
Happy Installing & Configuring Windows Azure and please let me know if this is useful and if I have missed any important areas or issues.
i am getting error as internal server http 500 during access to service portal
i have 1 dc - 2012OS
1 VMM with SQL 2012
1 WAP server in domain
1 SPF in domain
is the config correct?