TechNet Radio: IT Time (Part 2) How to Upload a VM via PowerShell into the Windows Azure Virtual Machine Gallery

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Blain Barton and Bob Hunt are back for part two of their Windows Azure IaaS for IT Professionals series and in today's episode they show us how to upload a VM via PowerShell and then add that image to the virtual machine gallery. They'll then show us the process of creating a new virtual machine with the uploaded image as the base image in Windows Azure.

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