I know a lot of partners and customers are using the Business Central ARM templates to create an Azure VM, which runs a specific version of Business Central (or NAV). This blog post describes what changed.Continue reading
With the release of NAV and Business Central images on Docker, a lot of people who are not familiar with Docker and Containers will be using Business Central on Docker. Continue reading
Moving quickly towards a world, where C/SIDE and C/AL development in Dynamics 365 Business Central is history, I have made some cleanup of the ARM templates and this blog posts describes the purpose of the templates and what they support. Continue reading
As of today, all NAV and Business Central Docker images are available for Windows Server 2019 as well as for Windows Server 2016!
It doesn’t sound like a big deal, but believe me, it is…:-) Continue reading
During Directions US and Directions EMEA, we had to spin up approx. 2000 Azure VMs for our hands on labs.
All of these machines was deployed individually from PowerShell (multiple simultaneous jobs, but still one job=one VM) running on my Developer Machine in Lyngby. The scripts used to create these VMs has been shared with a number of partners with the same need. Continue reading