Product to Product SPPC (Secure Port & Protocol Comunication) for Server 2017
(if that clear, read until reach bottom of this post)
Just like to ask Microsoft if they could make a secure server to server communication protocol, that use say 44443, that is a strip-down TCP that don't use the 3-hand system (more like secure UDP with error correction). That allows each product to talk to each other, using a PKI, or on-prem ADCS certificate.
But this communication should be base on Control+Data info
were each product can list all the control-command(standards) that it accepts.
What is this for, you ask:
So it will be easy for all products to talk to each other without complicated configuration.
you install AD, DNS, DHCP on ad.local
you install File-server on files.local
you then install ADCA on subca.local
you then install exchange 2017 to mail.local
you then install Skype 2017 on phone.local
you then install SharePoint 2017 to sp.local
you install other products.
Adding these machine to AD is very simple. very-good
letting each program communicate to each other is not very simple. very-bad.
I would like to have skype look into AD and see the mail server and configure itself to use that mail server, or allow me to tell it to use that server as its mail server. Let it talk to the mail server to ask any of it what it needs. If i install another Skype server let it see the first one, and ask me if i and to replace/add to/ignore/etc.. so that it can auto configure itself accordingly.
I would like exchange, and the other products do the same.
They must use the userbase from AD or any AD OU i tell it to use. No more long hours of powershell to configure a simple lab/production system.
Don Stanwyck [MSFT] commented
Thank you for the suggestion.