Tools and PaaS services for Azure Stack
Azure Stack enables deploying Platform as a Service (PaaS) services from Microsoft and other 3rd party providers. You can also download the tools described below. If you want to be notified of new services and tools, follow #AzureStack on Twitter.
In Technical Preview 1, three PaaS resource providers are now available.
Explore the growing collection of Azure Stack GitHub Templates. Just like Azure, these “Quick Start” Azure Resource Manager templates aim to get you started with simple building blocks and examples, ready to deploy on the Microsoft Azure Stack Technical Preview Proof of Concept Environment. Included are first party workload examples for ad-non-ha, sql-2014-non-ha, sharepoint-2013-non-ha, as well as several simple 101 templates like 101-simple-windows-vm.
Download and use the Packaging tool to create marketplace items for your own custom templates to add to the Azure Stack marketplace. Instructions on how to create a marketplace item and make it available to your tenants can be found in Create Marketplace item.
Use the Visual Studio Cloud Tools to quickly build new applications or deploy existing applications to Azure Stack. Download for Visual Studio 2015
Azure PowerShell is a module that provides cmdlets to manage Azure and Azure Stack with Windows PowerShell. You can use the cmdlets to create, test, deploy, and manage solutions and services delivered through the Azure Stack platform. Download Azure PowerShell SDK
If you work on the Client VM, you’ll need to first uninstall the existing Azure PowerShell module and then download the latest Azure PowerShell SDK.
Quickly install the Azure Command-Line Interface (Azure CLI) to use a set of open-source shell-based commands for creating and managing resources in Microsoft Azure Stack.