Added new features to RDS on Azure IaaS using ARM and JSON (licensing, Custom RDSH Templates, branding)
If you have been following this blog over the past couple of weeks, you might have read about my previous articles on deploying RDS on Azure IaaS using ARM and JSON templates. To quickly reiterate those previous articles;
In a first article called “Full HA RDS 2016 deployment in Azure IaaS in < 30 minutes, Azure Resource Manager FTW!” I explained the differences between deployment mechanisms in the classic Azure Portal and the new Azure Portal and gave a brief introduction on what JSON is and how to use Visual Studio to build and deploy directly to Azure, based on JSON templates. I showed the end result of this deployment, a high available RDS deployment on Azure IaaS.
In a second article called “RDS on Azure IaaS using ARM & JSON part 2 – demo at Microsoft Ignite!” I showed some of the enhancements I had built on top the JSON templates. In this article I showed the ability to add publicly trusted SSL certificates, 2 Session Collections with a few sample RemoteApps, configurable Session Timeout settings and the use of 2 […]