Windows Azure: Infrastructure as a Service
When Windows Azure first released a few years ago, it was our Platform as a Service offering in the public cloud space. This too, has matured and we recently released a preview of Infrastructure as a Service offering in Windows Azure. This new offering allows an organization to host a Virtual Machine with various Operating Systems (including Linux) and different applications such as Active Directory Domain Controllers or SharePoint Server as an example. These VMs in Azure can also be connected with PaaS instances in Azure or on-premises infrastructure. This session will provide an overview of this new capability and how to get started.
After watching this video, follow these next steps:
Step #1 – Download Windows Server 2012
Step #2 – Download Your FREE Copy of Hyper-V Server 2012
Step #3 – Download Microsoft Private Cloud Evaluation Software
Step #4 - Visit the Microsoft Virtual Academy
Step #5 – Download Your Free 90-Day Windows Azure Trial