Microsoft Azure links

David Papkin This page by David Papkin contains links about Microsoft Azure.

Microsoft Azure is a collection of services that you can use to build and operate cloud-based
applications and IT infrastructure. Azure services are hosted in a global network of data centers that Microsoft technicians manage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and offer a 99.95 percent availability service-level agreement (SLA) for compute services.

Azure services enable you to:

  • Create and operate cloud-based applications by using a wide range of commonly used
    tools and frameworks.  Host workloads in the cloud on Azure PaaS services and IaaS infrastructure that consists of virtual machines and virtual networks.
  • Integrate cloud-based services with on-premises infrastructure.
    To use Azure services, you require a subscription. You can sign up for a subscription as an individual or as an organization and then pay only for the services you use.

Redeem Azure Pass

Azure regions

Manage the availability of Windows virtual machines in Azure

What are Availability Zones in Azure?

Overview of autoscale with Azure virtual machine scale sets

Trusted cloud

Azure Marketplace

Azure Github

Pay as you go

Licensing Azure for the Enterprise

Support plans

Azure Resource Manager vs. classic deployment

Azure Command prompt

Azure Cloud Shell overview

Launch Azure Cloud Shell

How to install Azure CLI

Kubernetes

kubectl Cheat Sheet

Powershell 

Quickstart: Create a virtual network using PowerShell

Quickstart: Create a public load balancer using Azure PowerShell

Azure Resource Manager Cmdlets

How to install and configure Azure PowerShell

Azure Powershell – Current Storage Account error when making a new VM

Using Azure PowerShell with Azure Resource Manager

Manage Azure AD using Windows PowerShell

Configuring the Storage Client with Connection Strings

Use the Azure Storage Emulator for Development and Testing

Weekend Scripter: Getting Started with Windows Azure and PowerShell

Installing the Windows Azure AD Module for Windows PowerShell

How to Snapshot and Restore Virtual Machines Running on Windows Azure

Office 365 how to run PowerShell commands on behalf of your customers

Cannot install Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell. MOSSIA is not installed

Error when trying to install Windows Azure Active Directory Module for Windows PowerShell

Windows Azure: Virtual Machines & Affinity Groups

Microsoft Azure Web Sites Cheat Sheet

Azure Friday Video series

Get-AzureLocationSample.ps1

Step-by-Step: Get Started with Windows Azure Active Directory

Add Endpoint and Azure Load-Balancer using the Classic Portal.
Load-Balance Virtual Machines in Windows Azure

Azure Load Balancer new distribution mode

Azure Cross-Platform Command Line Interface

Manage the availability of virtual machines

Azure Architectural Pattern – Implementing Master-Slave Model in IaaS

Azure sizing tool

Two tools to help move a virtual or physical workload to Azure

Create and upload a Windows Server VHD to Azure

Diagnostics and logs

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/web-sites-enable-diagnostic-log//

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/network-isolation-options-for-machines-in-windows-azure-virtual-networks/

Resource Manager vs Service Manager

Restore a deleted Azure SQL Database

http://www.westerndevs.com/azure-snapshots/

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/canitpro/2014/12/10/step-by-step-creating-a-vm-snapshot-in-azure/

Azure Blob Storage Part 7: Snapshots

How to Use SSH keys with Windows on Azure

Azure Storage replication

Availability

Change the availability set for a Windows VM

Set Azure Resource Manager VM AvailabilitySet

How to visualize your Azure resources

View the topology of an Azure virtual network

How can I map my existing Azure ARM resources visually?

Azure Resource Manager Template Visualisation with ARMVIZ

http://armviz.io/designer

Kubernetes

Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/kubernetes-service/

Kubernetes basics

Intro to Kubernetes