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TechNet Radio: IT Time – (Part 3) Real World Azure – Moving an All-In-One Server from Co-location to Windows Azure

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Blain Barton and Don Noonan continue their Real World Azure series and in today’s episode they discuss a scenario in which a client wants to move their all-in-one server from a co-location to Windows Azure. Tune in as they discuss how you would handle source disk sizes as it relates to Windows Azure Virtual Machines, what tools are available to help you get an OS disk or data disk into Azure as well as how you can deploy your new server image in Azure using availability sets .


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    • Bill Wang

      Can we migrate our local machine (OS: windows server 2003 R2) to cloud as an virtual machine on Azure?

      If it is possible, how can we capture the image of the local machine, and then host it on Azure?

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