Azure Stack Development Kit release notes
Applies to: Azure Stack Development Kit
These release notes provide information on new features and known issues in Azure Stack Development Kit. If you're not sure which version you're running, you can use the portal to check.
Release Build 20170928.3
- The release of the AzureRM 1.2.11 PowerShell module comes with a list of breaking changes. For information about upgrading from the 1.2.10 version, see the migration guide at https://aka.ms/azspowershellmigration.
- You must specify a time server by IP address during deployment.
- You may see a blank dashboard in the portal. You can recover the dashboard by selecting the gear in the upper right of the portal, and selecting "Restore default settings".
- Tenants are able to browse the full marketplace without a subscription, and can see administrative items like plans and offers. These items are non-functional to tenants.
- The "move" button is disabled under Resource Group. This disabled button is expected behavior, because moving resource groups between subscriptions is not currently supported.
- You are not able to view permissions to your subscription using the Azure Stack portals. As a work-around, you can verify permissions using Powershell.
- You will see an alert advising you to register your Azure Stack Development Kit. This alert is expected behavior.
- There is no marketplace experience for creating virtual machine scale sets, though they can be created via template.
- You are unable to create a load balancer with a public IP address using the portal. As a workaround, you can use PowerShell to create the load balancer.
- VM Availability sets can only be configured with a fault domain of one and an update domain of one.
- A tenant must register the storage resource provider before creating their first Azure Function in the subscription.
- Deleting tenant subscriptions results in orphaned resources. As a workaround, first delete tenant resources or entire resource group, and then delete tenant subscriptions.
- You must create a NAT rule when you create a network load balancer. If you don't, you will receive an error when you attempt to add a NAT rule after the load balancer is created.
- Tenants are given the option to create a virtual machine with geo-redundant storage. This configuration causes virtual machine creation to fail.
- It can take up to an hour before tenants can create databases in a new SQL or MySQL SKU.
- Creation of items directly on SQL and MySQL hosting servers that are not performed by the resource provider is not supported and may result in mismatched state.
- The Infrastructure backup blade must not be used.
- The compute resource provider displays an unknown state.
- The BMC IP address & model are not shown in the essential information of a Scale Unit node. This behavior is expected in Azure Stack development kit.