DNS records Record names Azure DNS are specified by using the relative names and fully qualified domain name (FQDN) includes the zone name. Note:- Relative record name 'www' in the zone 'Rcloud.com' than the fully qualified record name would be 'www.Rcloud.com'. Record types Every DNS record has a name & type. DNS Records are organized… Continue reading Azure DNS Records and limitations
What is Azure DNS (Domain Name System)? Azure DNS or DNS is responsible for translating (or resolving) a website or service name to its IP address. Azure DNS is a hosting service for DNS domains, providing name resolution using Microsoft Azure infrastructure. Hosting your domains in Azure, We can manage our DNS records using the… Continue reading Bring your on Azure DNS
Storage account are covered below sub storage accounts where your data will store and data will be segregated in storage account as per your services accordingly. Blob Storage: Blob storage stores unstructured object data.A blob can be any type of text or binary data, such as a document, media file, or application installer.Blob storage is also… Continue reading Blobs, File, Tables and queue storage configuration
How to Create Storage account 1: Sign in to the Azure portal. 2: On the Hub menu Click on search then search storage ->select Storage -> Storage account. 3: Enter a name of your storage account as per your organization standard Name. 4: Specify the deployment model to be used: Resource Manager or Classic. Resource… Continue reading Create & manage Azure Storage account
Azure Storage Account Azure storage account is Cloud based azure storage solution , Where you can store your .VHD's,Data,Tables,queues etc files. Azure storage provides the following four services to store the different types of Data within the Azure Platform. Blob storage: Blob Storage stores unstructured object data.A blob can be any type of text or… Continue reading Azure Storage Account Overview & Easy to understand.
Different ways to create a Windows virtual machine Azure portal Using the Azure portal is a simple way to try out a virtual machine, especially if you're just starting out with Azure. Create a VM from a specialized disk Create a new VM by attaching a specialized managed disk as the OS disk using Power… Continue reading How to Create the Azure VMs and Required Services overview
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