XenApp/XenDesktop 7.X : Basic Powershell Cmdlets for Delivery Controller’s Health Check

Please run the following command to do a Delivery Controller’s health check from an elevated powershell window:

To load the Citrix modules run asnp citrix*

1. Run Get-BrokerController to list the information about all the Delivery Controllers in the site.

Note down the SID of the controller and match it with the SID value in the chb_configcontrollers XenApp/XenDesktop Site database table (Browse to the database for your XenDesktop environment, expand tables and then check for the table by the chb.config controller)

Also ensure that the status of all the Delivery Controllers is “Active”

2. To check the service status of all the Citrix Services , run the following command:

Get-command get-*servicestatus

Copy all the values in ‘Name’ and paste it in the next command line

OUTPUT: Service status should come up as ‘OK


3. To measure the number of instances getting registered from the controller with the database:

Get-ConfigRegisteredServiceInstance | measure

OUTPUT: Will give the consolidated number. (With every version we have few new services and instances which get added, i.e, with 7.6 we have 49 instances. If you have 2 controllers in the environment then the value will come up to be 49*2=98)


4. For environment where we have separate databases for Logging and Monitor service, the following command can be run to check the status:

(In case you have a single database for Ste, Monitoring and Logging the String value will be same. For environment with different databases, the string value will be different for Logging and Monitor datastore)

Get-LogDatastore

Get-MonitorDatastore


5. To check the connection string which connects the Delivery Controller uses to communicate to the site database, run the following command:

Get-BrokerDbconnection

OUTPUT: Server= SQL Server name;Initial Catalog=Name of the XenApp/XenDesktop database


6. Run the following command to verify the installed db version for all the services. Example for Broker Service run:

Get-BrokerInstalledDbVersion

Similarly, you can check for the other services as well:

Get-AdminInstalledDbVersion

Get-AnalyticsInstalledDbVersion and so on.

You will get the list of Citrix services from Get-command get-*servicestatus as stated earlier.

7. To check the Connection strings in the registry, browse to the following location and check the value of the connection string:

HKLMComputerHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARECitrixDesktopServerConnectionsController

This can as well be checked for all the services installed:

Browse to the following location and verify the value for the Connection String:

HKLMComputerHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARECitrixXDServices”Service name”DatastoreConnections

8. Run the below cmdlet to test Database connectivity of individual Citrix Services.

Example:

Test-BrokerDBconnection “<connection strings>”

Test-ConfigDBConnection “<connection strings>”

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XenApp/XenDesktop: Application Launch Gets Stuck At “Connection Established. Negotiating Capabilities” For A Few Minutes Minute And Then Closes Out.

  • XenApp/XenDesktop: Application launch gets stuck at “Connection Established. Negotiating Capabilities” for a few minute and then closes out.
  • In Citrix Studio the session is found in Prelogon State.
  • Csrss.exe and winlogon.exe get created for that session till the time it is stuck at “Connection Established. Negotiating Capabilities” and then once the windows disappears, winlogon.exe and csrss.exe for that session also close out.
  • In CDF Trace collected from VDA side ConnectionFailure’s are seen.

52719,1,2018/07/05 11:26:07:36798,2860,1740,1,BrokerAgent,,0,,5,EntryExit,”=========>>>>> StackManager.NotifySessionEvent(09b84615-b5bc-4235-b19e-9a18192ea3ad): Enter(SessionEvent:SESSION_EVENT_TERMINATE, SessionReasonCode:SESSION_EVENT_REASON_CONNECTION_FAILURE, rdsCalId:0)”,””

52745,1,2018/07/05 11:26:07:39686,3880,1740,1,DirectorVdaPlugin,,0,,5,EntryExit,”OnPrepareSession: [SessionKey=09b84615-b5bc-4235-b19e-9a18192ea3ad, TerminateReasonCode=ConnectionFailure]”,””

  • In the Application Event logs Error 4005: The Windows logon process has unexpectedly terminated is logged.

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Dell EMC Azure Stack ”Storage-as-a-Service” with Isilon

By Karthik Angamuthu | Dell EMC | Sr. Product Manager for Azure Stack



Dell EMC Azure Stack

Azure Stack is designed to help organizations deliver Azure services from their own data center. By allowing end users to ‘develop once and deploy anywhere’ (public Azure or on premises). Customers now can take full advantage of cloud for various applications that could not live in cloud otherwise, may it be due to regulations, data sensitivity, edge use cases, or location of data that prevents them from using public cloud.

Dell EMC co-engineers this solution with Microsoft with added value in automation of deployments, patches and updates along with integration of various key solutions to meet our customers’ holistic needs. One such value add is enabling our Azure stack customers to expand file storage.

Why should you care? – Because of the storage limitation!

Storage Limitation

Azure Stack storage is a set of cloud storage services that includes blobs, tables and queues which are consistent with public Azure storage services, built on Storage Spaces Direct (S2D). It is important to note that while ‘file storage’ is supported in public Azure, it is currently not supported on Azure Stack. This means that any tenant workload that needs to access files via SMB/NFS has to use external NAS storage residing outside the stack. Additionally, since Azure Stack is built on a hyper-converged architecture, it inherently limits the capacity of S2D storage.

What is the solution? – Isilon. Though there are many external file storage options available, Isilon is an excellent option for the following reasons.

Isilon

Isilon is a scale out network-attached storage (NAS) platform offered by Dell EMC for high-volume storage, backup and archiving of unstructured data. While Isilon offers extremely high scalability that is highly cost effective, it provides enterprise class features such as

  • Performance monitoring with InsightIQ,
  • Tiering of data with SmartPools,
  • Quota management with SmartQuotas,
  • Data protection with SnapshotIQ,
  • Data replication with SyncIQ,
  • High availability and load balancing with SmartConnect,
  • Deduplication with SmartDedupe,
  • Data retention with SmartLock,
  • Stringent compliance and governance needs through WORM capability and
  • Last but not the least, seamless tiering of cold or frozen data to public Azure storage with CloudPools.

Isilon supports SMB, NFS, HTTPS object storage, and HDFS, among other protocols. And, there are three different Isilon platform families to meet the performance needs of the data, all running Isilon OneFS:

  1. The all-flash F-series, focusing on extreme performance and scalability for unstructured data applications and workloads
  2. The hybrid H-series, which seek to balance performance and capacity
  3. The archive A-series, for both active and deep archive storage

Configuring your file share

Ok, how do you set up such that tenant workloads can access external file shares? – Simple. If you have a NAS such as Isilon sitting outside of the stack, your tenants can directly map the file shares via SMB/NFS as long as the network connectivity is set up. It requires careful consideration, planning and administration.

Your feedback

Whether you are an existing Isilon customer who purchasing Azure stack or a new Azure stack customer that needs file storage for your documents, back up vault or running analytics workload with HDFS, you asked us for a simple and scalable storage solution that is easy to manage with Azure stack. We heard you!

Multi-tenancy and Administration complexity

Isilon supports multi-tenancy such that, each Azure stack tenant can access specific sub-folders of Isilon storage under the single namespace. You can set up access-zones, network segmentation with groupnets and subnets, authentication providers (AD/LDAP, etc.) along with quotas and policies for each tenant on Isilon. While it may not be complex to set up, ongoing administration can be non-trivial. For example, when Isilon and Azure stack are managed independently, and when the cloud admin needs to onboard new a tenant or offboard a tenant or one of the tenants need more capacity or change backup configurations, etc. You have to manage this workflow carefully with SLA and must plan for the overhead.

An ideal approach to simplify or reduce this overhead is to give autonomy to cloud admins to manage tenants’ storage. Cloud admins ought to be able to simply manage storage capacity and storage services with respect to their tenants. Furthermore, extend the flexibility to tenants to self-manage their storage space and users within their respective org. Needless to say, this must be done with a consistent Azure user experience.

That is what we have done with our VConnect plug-in for Isilon and Azure Stack.

How does it work?

Once Isilon is setup and multi-tenancy is enabled by Isilon admins, Azure stack admins can deploy our VConnect plug-in for Isilon and enable it through plans and offers for their tenants. Tenants now can subscribe to the storage services under that plan and self-manage storage capacity, users and access.

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Step by Step Instruction

A detailed step by step guide to setup and use VConnect plug-in for Isilon is described below.

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Opportunities

Whether you are a service provider or an enterprise customer, you now have the ability to offer Storage-as-a-Service to your customers with enterprise class storage features such as high availability and data protection, security and more with Azure Stack and Isilon.

How to order

This solution is currently available for purchase through our solution partner CloudAssert. You can reach out to your Dell EMC Azure Stack sales specialist to buy this.

For inquiries, questions and comments, please reach out to Dell EMC Azure Stack product manager Karthik Angamuthu at Karthik_Angamuthu@dell.com

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The State of IT Transformation: Where Are You Now?

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A new ESG Research Insights Paper provides a fascinating update on the state of IT Transformation Maturity across industries and around the globe.

Compared to research conducted one year ago, it’s clear that IT organizations are making progress. The rise is most evident in the lowest stage of IT maturity, with the proportion of organizations ranked as “Legacy” shrinking from 12% to 6%.

The research also broke down results by geography and industry. For example, of the 4,000+ IT decision makers surveyed, 1,374 are from six APJ countries. While organizations face the same goals and challenges (e.g.,79% of APJ respondents say transformation is important for business success, compared to 82% worldwide and 94% in APJ report transformation initiatives underway, compared to 96% worldwide), there are some interesting nuances.

Organizations in APJ are ahead of their counterparts in modern technology adoption, more likely to have moved to hyper-converged, software-defined infrastructure and enabled self-service IaaS (13% vs 9% worldwide). But APJ statistics also show a broader disparity in IT Transformation Maturity―with more companies having achieved Stage 4 “Transformed” status (8% vs 5% worldwide), but also more organizations stuck in Stage 1 “Legacy” (10% versus 4% worldwide).

IT Transformation Distribution - The Maturity Curve

Figure 1: IT Transformation Distribution – The Maturity Curve

Familiar Obstacles

Globally, the proportion of fully “Transformed” IT organizations has only grown by 1%.

Why?

In our experience, while every business is different, we do find that organizations run into similar and familiar obstacles—across geographies and across industries.

A bank we’ve begun working with in EMEA, for example, recognizes that speeding the delivery of innovative and quality digital services is critical to competing with new players, as well as other banks. But progress toward that objective has been halting and slow.

What’s the Hold Up?

IT leaders understand that they need modern, software-defined infrastructure for multi-cloud flexibility, cloud native application, and DevOps capabilities to improve quality, innovation, and time-to-market.

In many organizations, however, the focus has been almost exclusively on the infrastructure aspects of “moving to the cloud.” The application, organizational, skillset, and process changes necessary to put cloud to work have been largely ignored or treated as a low priority.

By now, I think, we’ve all heard the adage that a successful IT transformation must encompass “people, process and technology.” 

So why isn’t it happening?

It’s Not Easy!

Few organizations have the luxury of a greenfield deployment and must figure out how to continue to operate legacy applications and infrastructure—maintaining security, availability, and so on—while reducing technical debt and moving to new kinds of application architectures and development practices. Progress requires understanding complex interdependencies and synchronizing changes across multiple domains.

While a modern software-defined infrastructure provides the foundation for the efficiency and agility that digital business demands, it is not enough.

The biggest stumbling block for most organizations is people and process. In place of traditional silos of teams, tools, and processes responsible for managing specific technologies, new roles and skillsets must be defined and developed for end-to-end services delivery.

This challenge is bigger than providing self-service portals and service catalogs for IaaS, PaaS, and so on. It requires people to acquire new kinds of “soft skills” for working closely with businesses to determine and anticipate new needs, for leading agile scrums, for creating and promoting new services, and monitoring the quality of services.

Given the difficulties, it’s not surprising that many initiatives get stuck in an endless planning phase—or fall apart into fragmented, disconnected projects.

Agile Means Leveraging What’s Already Been Done

The good news is that enterprises don’t have to start from scratch. IT transformation programs can build on the experience, solutions and services of others. Like the bank, more and more of the enterprises we work with are asking us not just for technical expertise and support, but for help with IT Transformation.

Over the past 15+ years, Dell EMC has developed and refined methodologies and unique IP and tools for helping organizations develop a holistic top-down and bottom-up IT Transformation strategy.

We offer proven and pragmatic ways that enterprises can accelerate building their business case, keep application, infrastructure, and operating model initiatives aligned and in sync, and sustain IT transformation program momentum over time.

Where Are You?

To thrive in a digital economy fueled by smart, connected devices, personalized services, and data-driven insights, businesses need the speed, agility, efficiency, scale, and cost-effectiveness enabled by IT Transformation.

Figure 2: IT Transformation Outcomes – The Link between IT Transformation and Business Value Is Clear.

Progress begins with an objective understanding of where you stand today. An interactive online assessment tool based on the latest IT Transformation Maturity research data can help by providing a benchmark to your peers in both geography and industry, and customized recommendations and a blueprint action plan you can use to accelerate your IT Transformation.

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Re: STIG for ECS Switches?

I have a customer who is putting in ECS for their Data Domain Cloud Tier.

They are a customer who requires STIG certification, or a process to achieve it, for all hardware in their environment.

(Security Technical Implementation Guide is from DISA).

I found the “ECS Secuirty Configuration Guide” that goes into detail for the ECS operating system.

https://support.emc.com/docu90614_ECS-3.2.2-Security-Configuration-Guide.pdf?language=en_US

But I’m looking for some info on how the included switches can meet STIG requirements.

Thanks in advance,

Pat

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STIG for ECS Switches?

I have a customer who is putting in ECS for their Data Domain Cloud Tier.

They are a customer who requires STIG certification, or a process to achieve it, for all hardware in their environment.

(Security Technical Implementation Guide is from DISA).

I found the “ECS Secuirty Configuration Guide” that goes into detail for the ECS operating system.

https://support.emc.com/docu90614_ECS-3.2.2-Security-Configuration-Guide.pdf?language=en_US

But I’m looking for some info on how the included switches can meet STIG requirements.

Thanks in advance,

Pat

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LIMITED RELEASE – Hotfix BrokerSvcWX64_7_15_2001 – For Citrix Broker Service 7.15 LTSR CU2 – English

Hotfix package name: BrokerSvcWX64_7_15_2001.zip

For: XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 Long Term Service Release (LTSR) Cumulative Update 2 (CU2) for Citrix Broker Service (7.15.2000.243)

Replaces: None

Date: August, 2018

Languages supported: English (US), Japanese (JA), Simplified Chinese (SC)

Readme version: 1.00

Readme Revision History

Version Date Change Description
1.00 August, 2018 Initial release

Note: This hotfix is no longer available for download. Citrix plans to include the fix in an upcoming release.

Important Notes about This Release

  • Important: This hotfix can only be applied to a XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 LTSR CU2 Desktop Delivery Controller.

  • Caution: The Broker Service hotfix (Broker_Service_x64.msi) included in this update also modifies the Broker DbSchema of the Site data store.* These modifications are permanent and irreversible. Should you decide, for any reason, to uninstall this update at a later time, these modifications do not revert automatically. As a result and as a matter of precaution, Citrix recommends strongly that you back up your Site data store as described below before installing this update. Doing so allows you to manually restore your Site data store to the backed up version. Even so, any changes you make to your Site data store between backing up and restoring it are lost. For information about backing up and restoring data stores, see Knowledge Center article CTX135207.

    For an automatic database upgrade, the Studio user needs permissions to update the SQL Server database schema (for example, the db_securityadmin or db_owner database role). If the Studio user does not have those permissions, initiating a manual database upgrade will generate scripts. The Studio user runs some of the scipts from Studio; the database administrator runs other scripts using a tool such as SQL Server Management Studio. If the SQL scripts are run manually, they should be run using either the SQLCMD utility or SQL Management Studio in SQLCMD mode. Inaccurate errors can result otherwise.

  • After the upgrade to this release, a prompt might appear for the License Server compatibility check in Desktop Studio that makes sure that your License server is the required version. If you are using the License server released with XenDesktop 7.15 or from a more recent version, you do not need to upgrade the License server. Click Continue to proceed with the DBschema upgrade.

Important Disclaimer – Limited Release Hotfix

If the Download link is not available on this page and you wish to obtain this limited distribution release, visit our support site at http://www.citrix.com/support and open a support case using your Citrix account credentials, or contact your reseller at http://www.citrix.com/partners/locator.

Testing of this release was targeted only at the affected functionality, and regression and stress testing were minimal. Introduce this release to a test environment for evaluation before deploying it to a production environment.

TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, CITRIX AND ITS SUPPLIERS MAKE AND YOU RECEIVE NO WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY, OR OTHERWISE, AND CITRIX AND ITS SUPPLIERS SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM WITH RESPECT TO THE HOTFIX ANY CONDITIONS OF QUALITY, AVAILABILITY, RELIABILITY, SECURITY, LACK OF VIRUSES, BUGS OR ERRORS, OR SUPPORT AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTY OF TITLE, QUIET ENJOYMENT, QUIET POSSESSION, MERCHANTABILITY, NONINFRINGEMENT, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, NEITHER CITRIX, NOR ITS SUPPLIERS SHALL BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, MULTIPLE, PUNITIVE OR OTHER DAMAGES (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF DATA, LOSS OF INCOME, LOSS OF OPPORTUNITY, LOST PROFITS, COSTS OF RECOVERY OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES), HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, AND WHETHER OR NOT FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE, AND WHETHER OR NOT CITRIX, ITS SUPPLIERS, OR LICENSORS HAVE BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

Where to Find Documentation

  • This document describes the issue(s) resolved by this release and includes installation instructions. For additional product information, including supported operating systems and system requirements, see XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 Long Term Service Release (LTSR) CU2 on the Citrix Product Documentation site.
  • For information about XenApp and XenDesktop upgrade best practices, see Upgrade a deployment on the Citrix Product Documentation site.
  • For information about installing 7.x Controller update, see Knowledge Center article CTX201988.

New Fixes in This Release

  1. You import changes from the principal broker to the Local Host Cache (LHC) database and remove a user or machine from the Active Directory without removing it from Citrix Studio. As a result, errors might occur and the LHC isn’t updated.

    [From BrokerSvcWX64_7_15_2001][#LC9054]]

Fixes from Replaced Hotfixes

No hotfixes were replaced by this release.

Component Versions

Component Hotfix Name Version MSI Name

Citrix Broker Service

BrokerSvcWX64_7_15_2001

7.15.2001.1

Broker_Service_x64.msi

Installing and Uninstalling this Release

Notes:

  • Important Notes: This release is packaged as a .zip file containing the replacement .msi files for the Broker components of XenApp and XenDesktop 7.15 LTSR CU2 Controller. For more information about deploying msi files, see Microsoft article 884016 or visit the Microsoft Web Site and search on keyword msiexec.

  • Caution: The Broker Service hotfix (Broker_Service_x64.msi) included in this update also modifies the Broker DbSchema of the Site data store.* These modifications are permanent and irreversible. Should you decide, for any reason, to uninstall this update at a later time, these modifications do not revert automatically. As a result and as a matter of precaution, Citrix recommends strongly that you back up your Site data store as described below before installing this update. Doing so allows you to manually restore your Site data store to the backed up version. Even so, any changes you make to your Site data store between backing up and restoring it are lost. For information about backing up and restoring data stores, see Knowledge Center article CTX135207.

    For an automatic database upgrade, the Studio user needs permissions to update the SQL Server database schema (for example, the db_securityadmin or db_owner database role). If the Studio user does not have those permissions, initiating a manual database upgrade will generate scripts. The Studio user runs some of the scipts from Studio; the database administrator runs other scripts using a tool such as SQL Server Management Studio. If the SQL scripts are run manually, they should be run using either the SQLCMD utility or SQL Management Studio in SQLCMD mode. Inaccurate errors can result otherwise.

  • Caution: Downgrades, also known as rollbacks, from individual component update in this release are not supported and might leave your systems in an unstable state. The component update in this release do not patch the existing installations of the components – each fully replaces the original component with a new installation. As a result, uninstalling a component update removes the entire component from the Controller. If the need arises to revert to an earlier version of the product, you must uninstall each component update of this release and then reinstall the earlier versions of each component. Reverting to an earlier version of a component might result in the loss of settings you configure while this upgrade is installed.

  • To install the component updates in the release successfully, servers must not have registry modification restrictions in place.

  • For information about installing XenDesktop/XenApp 7.x Controller updates, see Knowledge Center article CTX201988.

To install the component updates in this release:

  1. Copy the compressed hotfix package to a shared folder on the network.
  2. Extract the compressed hotfix package and save the component msi file(s) on the Delivery Controller you want to update.
  3. Run the .msi file(s).
  4. Restart the Delivery Controller even if not prompted to do so.
  5. To upgrade to the latest DbSchema installed by this release, go to the Desktop Studio Dashboard and click Upgrade.

To uninstall this hotfix and revert to an earlier level of the component and the data store:

  1. Uninstall the component from ARP/Programs and Features.
  2. Restore the data store as described in Knowledge Center article CTX135207.
  3. Install the desired level of the component (base or other hotfix).
  4. Restart the Controller even if not prompted to do so.

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Dell EMC Cloud for Microsoft Azure Stack Sessions at MS Ignite 2018!

With Microsoft Ignite 2018 just a week away, here are all the Dell EMC sessions that will cover Azure Stack:

BREAKOUT SESSION:

Why Architecture Matters: A Closer Look At Dell EMC Solutions for Microsoft WSSD, Azure Stack, and SQL Server

(Wednesday September 26th @ 9:00 – 10:15 am)

In this session, you will learn about Dell EMC Microsoft Storage Spaces Direct Ready Nodes, Dell EMC Azure Stack Integrated Hybrid Cloud, and Ready Solutions for Microsoft SQL. The technical session will focus on the architectural design considerations that went into the development, deployment, and sustainability of VxRack Azure Stack; migration solutions of SQL server 2008 to 2017; and the confidence, convenience, and customer support advantages of Dell’s WSSD program.

Speakers: Stephen McMaster and Michael Wells

Room: OCCC W312

ADDITIONAL EXPO HALL SESSIONS:

On top of our sponsorship breakout session, we have several Azure Stack experts who will be presenting at Ignite. Make sure to share these sessions also with your customers that are attending the event.

THR3071 – Azure Stack survival guide: The field notes of a systems integrator

Microsoft Azure Stack is here! Azure Stack is an extension of Azure and delivers a competitive advantage by delivering premium services from a location optimal for the running workload. In this session we look at the uncensored field notes from a seasoned veteran of multiple Azure Stack deployments and workshops. Not only will you get the real life explanation of what Azure Stack is – you’ll get the uncensored version of how Azure Stack fits into your datacenter and delivery of services.

Speaker:Fredrik Nilsson

Time: Thursday, September 25th @ 10:10 – 10:30 am

Theater: Expo Theater #1

THR2105 – Azure Logic Apps: Process automation in the cloud

This session explores how to build custom integration solutions with Azure Logic Apps to automate, integrate, and manage your cloud native applications by leveraging various enterprise connectors for Logic Apps and combining the power of Azure Event Grid with Logic Apps to provide integration with event-based architectures in Azure.

Speaker: Janaka Rangama

Time: Tuesday, September 25 @ 11:55 AM – 12:15 PM

Theater: Expo Theater #2

THR3073 – Managed Kubernetes in Azure with AKS

This session explores how IT professionals can leverage the power of Kubernetes in a fully managed hosted Kubernetes-as-a-Service environment in Microsoft Azure. Experience how to deploy, monitor, and managed containerizes workloads with Azure Kubernetes Service(AKS) in this hands-on session.

Speaker: Janaka Rangama

Time: Wednesday, September 26 @ 12:30 PM – 12:50 PM

Theater: Expo Theater #1

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