You can get most of the people of the way with this documentation about box networking nodes on Service Fabric – You’ll are looking to make some adjustments to your Service Fabric deployment template, including parts to issue each node in your VM Scale Set extra IP addresses in your subnet. Each box deployed with get one of these IP addresses. Then you will want to make some changes to your program and service manifest files, which include specifying the networking mode to “open” and adjusting how you handle port bindings. This month, I was blessed with an email from work mentioning “You Qualify for a Hardware Refresh!”… Oh, music to my ears.
This time around, I ordered the current Surface Pro i7 with 16GB of RAM and terabyte of disk space. I’ll probably never use a terabyte of disk space since I keep most of every little thing in the cloud aside from synced mail, One Drive documents and GitHub repos. But I’m unlikely to decline to it, especially since it came together with the 16GB of RAM. I’m probably not all that hardcore about my setup. I are likely to stick with a lot of the out of box settings and just tweak as I go along.
My Windows 10 setup preferences stem from being an early adopter of Windows 8, so I prefer the full screen start menu. I just like the look and I’ve gotten used to touching my screen to start functions. I also easily take a go through uninstalling all of the default applications and games I won’t use. I like to keep my “machine” pretty clean, so I pin some key functions in the task bar and everything else is pinned to my start menu. I often just type what I need into the Cortana search box and go from there. For my final heavy lifters, I set up Docker for Windows, Visual Studio Code with plug ins for Docker and Azure, the most latest edition of the Azure CLI Tools, Azure Storage Explorer, Azure PowerShell and Github Desktop.
Visual Studio Code activates for the Git command line tools to be installed, but I happen to just like the Desktop version too. Don’t judge. I’ll are looking to install Visual Studio 2017 as well, even though VS Code is my usual go to for that type of thing. Visual Studio takes a very long time to install, so I’ll save that to kick off at a time I don’t need to use my equipment for ages. It’s been ages since I’ve had a are looking to focus specifically on Cisco exams, but when you are seriously in the enterprise of laptop networking, you may be browsing at Cisco certification in your future. One of my connections “via the interwebs” @flackboxtv is working a competition to win access to some of his Cisco schooling constituents.
I’m not always a big fan of boot camp style learning because nothing beats really take into account how the massive picture works to pass an exam, but if you want that bump in your studying to get you over that hump, or anything to get you began in the New Year, this could be just the thing. It happened to me that perhaps Docker for Windows didn’t just like the DOMAINusername format, so I tried my UPN format instead – . That automatically failed as an invalid account, however it when I checked my account settings on my PC, the account is in actual fact listed at DOMAINusername. I say here’s a “Domain Account”, but it the device is not domain joined so its authenticating via Azure AD. I did some looking around and there are some related issues since 2016, which don’t seem to have a clear resolution – and Note about AKS vs ACS: As of this writing, you have two various ways of developing box clusters in Azure.
ACS means that you can create clusters orchestrated with Kubernetes, Docker Swarm or DC/OS. Due to the character of how these are created, you have full access to the master node VM. If you’ll be using Putty to attach to the master node of your ACS cluster at once, you’ll want to use a Putty actual PPK file for your inner most key and specify it in your Putty session settings. If you create a Kubernetes cluster using AKS as I did in my examples above you won’t have SSH access to the master node.