One of the gaps between Azure Stack Hub users' requirements and Azure Stack Hub’s feature is Resource health. Azure Stack Hub doesn’t support Resource Health, so users can’t detect whether a hardware-related issue caused their downtime or not.
In this situation, if the user can know a host node where the user’s VM runs on, the user can detect Host Node’s failure or the maintenance of Host Node Indirectly. Fortunately, Windows Server running on Hyper-V can confirm the hostname of Host Node by the following registry key:
Introduction This blog talks about the way to create the Let’s encrypt’s certificate for Azure Stack PaaS automatically with PowerShell. Because this way may be needed to join the preview of the new Azure Stack PaaS. Azure Stack Hub supports some Azure PaaS. At the this time, Azure Stack Hub supports the following PaaS. App Service(GA) Event Hub(GA) IoT Hub(Public preview) Azure Kuvernetes service(Private preview) Azure container registry(Private preview) Some
Introduction We can check the recent status of Azure Stack Hub update at the “Update” view. And we can download the detailed progress as a super big JSON file. We can check this JSON file by using VScode because VScode can convert the JSON file more easily-to-read with “Format Document”.
But I believe this operation is not efficient because human is not good at reading a JSON file. Based on my guess, this entry explains how to check the detailed progress of Azure Stack Hub Update more efficiently.