Windows Azure Pack – Dedicated SQL offering (Part 3)
Part 1: In the part one of this series, we have gone through the step by step instructions of installing and configuring Windows Azure Pack portal and api express on an Azure virtual machine. You can read through the part one of this series here.
Part 2: In the part two of this series, we have gone through the step by step instruction of creating group and server in SQL server resource provider, followed by creating plan and add-on based for providing a dedicated offer. Also, we created a tenant account. You can read through the part two here.
In this post, I am providing the PowerShell script that can be used to assign the private plan and add-on to the tenant. It is possible to assign private plan to tenant from admin portal. However assigning a private add-on to tenant is not enabled from admin portal. So we need to leverage PowerShell script to assign the plan and add-on to tenant.
Step 7: Assign private plan and add-on to tenant by service provider admin
# Assign all variable values specific to your environment $windowsAuthSiteUri = "https://localhost:30072" $adminUri = "https://localhost:30004" $planName = "Dedicated Plan 001" $addonName = "AddOn for Dedicated Plan 001" $userName = "email@example.com" # # Get Token $token = Get-MgmtSvcToken ` -Type Windows ` -AuthenticationSite $windowsAuthSiteUri ` -DisableCertificateValidation ` -ClientRealm "http://azureservices/AdminSite" # # Get plan, add-on and user objects $plan = Get-MgmtSvcPlan ` -AdminUri $adminUri ` -Token $Token ` -DisableCertificateValidation ` -DisplayName $planName $addon = Get-MgmtSvcAddOn ` -AdminUri $adminUri ` -Token $Token ` -DisableCertificateValidation ` -DisplayName $addonName # Create a new subscription for the user against the dedicated plan $subscription = Add-MgmtSvcSubscription ` -AdminUri $adminUri ` -Token $token ` -AccountAdminLiveEmailId $userName ` -AccountAdminLivePuid $userName ` -PlanId $plan.Id ` -FriendlyName $planName ` -DisableCertificateValidation
In the last part of this series, I will walk through the tenant experience of creating databases leveraging the dedicated plan/add-on.
Posted on 2015/02/10, in Cloud-OS, SQL Server and tagged SQL Server, Windows Azure Pack. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.
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