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  1. Easier way of creating tenant spaces

    Right now I use Terraform to create an entire stack within a Resource Group. With Azure Stack there doesn't seem to be a way to use an API or another automated method to create the customer accounts in Azure Stack. Right now I'd have to manually create the customer's account and subscription and create a service user in AD to be able to have an access key, client id, subscription id, etc to be able to automatically create infrastructure within that customer's space.

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    0 comments  ·  ARM  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
  2. Add the ability to deliver messages\announcements to end users (similar to Azure portal).

    So Azure ARM Portal sometimes gives you some piece of important information, like that is now GA or this is now Live, etc. Give us the ability to alert\inform end users about stuff

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  3. Documentation on how to create your own resource provider

    Given that Azure Stack is a portal that works with resource providers to offer up things like compute, network, and storage. These are limited in their current functionality to MS platform specific resources. Allowing customers to write their own resource providers would allow them to extend functionality to additional platforms in their environment. For instance someone could write a resource provider to speak directly to their NAS or SAN, or work directly with a CISCO or Brocade fabric. They might even want to deploy resources on VMware or Xen ...

    Obviously moving the workloads between those hypervisors to Azure would…

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  4. Azure stack installer without OS and SQL VHDX

    The current Azure stack installation package is around 10GB in size and is way too big to download it each time there is a updated version. Please allow for the SQL 2014, Windows 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016 bits to be downloaded or added separately, so we can save time and space.

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  5. Desktop as a Service (DaaS) cloud service for Azure Stack

    As a hosting service provider (the majority who will use Azure stack in production) and large enterprise, customers wanted the capability to provide Desktop as a service (DaaS) for Windows Azure Pack. We need this cloud service in Azure Stack for GA.

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  6. Single pane of glass. Manage Microsoft Azure subscriptions from Microsoft Azure Stack and vice versa

    Since Portal and ARM are consistent across clouds it would be awesome if we can manage an Microsoft Azure subscription from Microsoft Azure Stack (preferably add to ARM like a region). And vice versa add a Microsoft Azure Stack region to Microsoft Azure (preferable as a region in ARM for that tenant).

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