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  1. Add Support CosmosDB to Azure Stack

    Add support for CosmosDB to Azure Stack for disconnected deployments.

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  2. Define the SKU in the SQL RP quota

    Currently there is no possibility to map the SKUs defined for SQL RP on the quotas used to provide the service to the users. A good example that can demonstrate this need: 2 SQL SKUs were defined - one mapped to a standalone SQL server and a second one for a HA infrastructure. The Admin needs to control which users get to create databases on each infrastructure, hence the need to associate the SKU with the quota.

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  3. Publish Azure Stack Roadmap for PaaS Services

    The ability to run the same PaaS code in both Azure Data Centers or in a disconnected Azure Stack is important design consideration. Currently, Azure Stack does not support all PaaS services and I have not located roadmap so that I know what is coming in the future. Data sovereignty and regulatory compliance use case forces my company to be able to deploy our Azure solutions in disconnected locations. Ideally, we would want to run the same code for the Azure Cloud on the Azure Stack deployments.

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  4. Allow Azure SQL Database in Azure Stack to be used as part of an Active geo-replication strategy

    Allow Azure SQL Database in Azure Stack to be configurable for use as part of an Active geo-replication strategy either in Azure regions or Azure Stack at another site; as according to what I've seen it's not configurable at all

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  5. Multiple public networks with RBAC

    As a service provider to a specific vertical we find need to present Azure Stack multiple community networks like N3, PSN, the internet etc. I would like to see additional public network pools that could be added and allocated to specific tenants.

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  6. SQL Resource Provider: Add support for Active Directory Global Groups when provisioning a SQL RP database

    Add support for Active Directory Global Groups when provisioning a SQL Resource Provider database in Windows Azure Stack.

    Currently, only a SQL Login can be specified.

    The SQL Resource Provider for Azure Pack allowed either a SQL Login or a Windows Active Directory Global Group to be added.

    Additional functionality to configure only Active Directory Global Groups to be provisioned instead of a SQL Login at the SKU level would be useful for enterprises that do not permit SQL Logins as a matter of regulatory compliance.

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  7. Support Event Grid in Azure Stack

    As more Azure services are made available on Azure Stack, we'd like to use simple serverless pub/sub service to enable event driven workflows. Please support Event Grid on Azure Stack.

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  8. Integrate Azure Stack PaaS Resource Providers like App Service, MySQL, and SQL into the Health RP.

    Integrate Azure Stack PaaS Resource Providers like App Service, MySQL, and SQL into the Health RP. Need to be able to track and alert when these RP's certificates are going to expire in one location.

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  9. SQL Resource Provider: Allow default database permissions to be customized at the SKU level

    The default permission for any SQL Login added at the time a database is provisioned through the SQL Resource Provider for Azure Stack is DBO.

    This is not permittable for enterprises subject to regulatory compliance requirements to ensure least rights applicable are deployed (SOX compliance, PCI, etc.)

    Allowing the permissions to be customizable at the SKU level allows the SQL Resource Provider operator to accommodate more restrictive default permission deployment requirements for servers offered through the resource provider.

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  10. Add support for SQL RP in PowerShell

    Currently there is no support for deploying SQL components using PowerShell cmdlets (same with Azure CLI).

    Please add support for creating SQL servers and databases

    5 votes
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  11. Agentless / Hostbased backup complete VM's (host based backup/restore)

    It would be nice to do agentless backup’s of tenant VM’s ( host based backup / restore ).

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  12. Introduce Microsoft HealthCare Bot on Azure Stack

    Microsoft HealthCare Bot on Azure Stack

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  13. Analytics Platform on Azure Stack

    Currently, we need to anonymise data before loading into Azure Cloud for ML and other analytics purposes. The ideal case would be that for sensitive data handling, we are able to leverage the same platform capabilities in Azure Stack, as these are available on MS Azure.

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  14. Azure Stack Self-Service PAAS and App Service Backups

    Currently on Azure Stack there is no open for the user to backup and restore their PAAS databases or Apps. Whilst yes we can backup the resource providers and restore on-demand, it is not self-service like it is on the public Azure cloud. We require self-service backup and restore for PAAS like the Azure Backup for SQL Server service.

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  15. Allow SQL database Service security rules to be managed by tenants

    As a service provider having a SQL server endpoint on a public network accessible by everyone does not provide the security many require to deliver DBaaS. It would be better if the server was provisioned in the customer tenancy so it can be attached directly to a customers private subnets and be in control of the security groups themselves.

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  16. Add support for MySQL RP in PowerShell

    Currently there is no support for deploying MySQL components using PowerShell cmdlets (same with Azure CLI).

    Please add support for creating MySQL servers and databases

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  17. Azure SQL DB vs Azure Stack SQL DB

    What are the considerations to be kept in mind while offering DB as a service on Azure stack. Feature parity between SQL DB vs Azure stack SQL DB. Whats is the roadmap for the database management capabilities which are not available as a paas offering on azure stack wrt SQL DB

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  18. FHIR API and Server for Azure Stack

    The healthcare industry is rapidly transforming health data to the emerging standard of FHIR® (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources). FHIR enables a robust, extensible data model with standardized semantics and data exchange that enables all systems using FHIR to work together. Transforming your data to FHIR allows you to quickly connect existing data sources such as the electronic health record systems or research databases. FHIR also enables the rapid exchange of data in modern implementations of mobile and web development. Most importantly, FHIR can simplify data ingestion and accelerate development with analytics and machine learning tools.

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