Implementing Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure by David Papkin

david papkinThis post by David Papkin is about Implementing Virtual Machines using Microsoft Azure IAAS v2 Infrastructure as a Service


Azure Virtual Machines lets you deploy a wide range of computing solutions in an agile way. Deploy a virtual machine nearly instantly, and pay by the minute. With support for Microsoft Windows, Linux, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, IBM, SAP, and Azure BizTalk Services, you can deploy any workload and any language on nearly any operating system.

Deploy with a click using Resource Manager templates

Include virtual machines, virtual networks, and storage accounts in Azure Resource Manager templates. Resource Manager is at the heart of the Azure portal, and you use the power of Resource Manager directly with these core resources. Resource Manager templates enable single -click deployment of complex applications into a resource group that contains all of the elements of an application. You then manage those elements as a single unit through advanced role -based authentication and control (RBAC) and per-resource tagging.
How to Capture a Linux Virtual Machine to Use as a Template


For more information on uploading VHDs, see:
Create and upload a Windows Server VHD to Azure
Creating and Uploading a Virtual Hard Disk that Contains the Linux Operating System

For more information on managing images with Microsoft Azure PowerShell, see:
Manage Images using Windows PowerShell

For hands-on training, please contact your local training provider about schedules for the following Microsoft course

Video Demo of Creating IAAS v2 Virtual Machines by David Papkin

This concludes this post by David Papkin about Implementing Virtual Machines using Microsoft Azure Infrastructure as a Service ( IAAS )

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