Provision and configure services in Windows Azure Pack


Updated: October 31, 2013

Applies To: Windows Azure Pack

After you deploy and configure the base components of Windows Azure Pack for Windows Server, you can deploy and configure the services (or resource providers) that you want to make available to your customers.




Windows Azure Pack: Web Sites

On-premises, high-density, multi-tenant web hosting service for service providers and enterprise IT.

Deploy Windows Azure Pack: Web Sites

Virtual Machine Clouds

Support infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) capabilities for Windows and Linux virtual machines.

Provision Virtual Machine Clouds

SQL Server and MySQL Server

Add one or more Microsoft SQL Server or MySQL Server instances for tenants to deploy and use.

Using SQL Server or MySQL with Windows Azure Pack

Service Bus

Build, test, and run loosely-coupled, message-driven applications in self-managed environments and on developer computers.

Integrate Service Bus into Windows Azure Pack

See the Deployment and Manageability Options in Service Bus for Windows Server section for information about using Service Bus in Windows Azure Pack.

Service Management Automation

Automate the creation, monitoring, and deployment of resources in your environment.

Deploy Service Management Automation

Service Reporting

Deliver usage data about virtual machines both to administrators and to tenants.

Integrate Service Reporting in Windows Azure Pack