Azure Training: Azure VMs Operation Feature (Preview)

In this training videos I have shared my real time experience on enabling  the azure Inventory , change tracking and update management . Which will help us to manage the azure VMs as quickly as i can  and shown how the Azure VMS DR can build. I have seen couple of scenario where various  group …

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Azure Training:Introduction to Microsoft Azure

"I have seen that most of azure learners still requires to understand the basic concept of the azure services and how they can implement the services and I have received request that azure learners need a session for  beginners, Hence i thought to started the azure for beginners series online  and providing the free training …

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Azure Virtual Machines : Storage IOPS and Throughput

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Hi All,

This is a fast post about something I’m encountering when trying to understand the data disks performance in Azure virtual machines.

If you read the official TechNet article where the different Azure virtual machines series are exposed and their configuration detailed, maybe (like me) you will be confused about the data disks performances between the (A-Series, D-Series and G-Series) vs (DS-Series).

In the A-Series, D-Series and G-series  virtual machines, the data disks performances are described using the metric: Max IOPS

In the DS-Series virtual machines, the data disks performances are described using the metric: Max. disk IOPS and bandwidth

The questions that I was asking myself are:

  1. What this IOPS means, how much data per IOPS ?
  2. Why there is an additional bandwidth metric in the DS  Series ?

And here, I will answer based on information I got:

  What this IOPS means…

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Retiring Virtual Machines and Azure Cloud Services from the classic portal

Retiring Virtual Machines and Azure Cloud Services from the classic portal Starting November 15, 2017, both Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Cloud Services will be available only in the Azure portal. Access from the classic portal will no longer be supported. If you were using the classic portal for OS images, please use PowerShell instead. For details on …

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Troubleshooting Azure Vm

Troubleshoot Remote Desktop connections to an Azure virtual machine Reset Remote Desktop configuration & Password . Check Network Security Group rules / Cloud Services endpoints. Review VM console logs. Reset the NIC for the VM. Check the VM Resource Health. Reset your VM password. Restart your VM. Redeploy your VM. Troubleshoot Azure Vms: Scenario-1 : …

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How to Create the Azure VMs and Required Services overview

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 …

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