High availability and disaster recovery are key components of an Enterprise's IT environment. While more and more companies are adopting Hyper-V on Server 2012 R2 for their private cloud solution, this session will show you how you can leverage on the power of Microsoft Azure, for building a Hyper-V…
An artifact consists of an artifact definition file, which is an Azure Resource Manager (ARM) based JSON file. The artifact definition file contains metadata that defines the artifact. An artifact can also contain script files - such as PowerShell or Bash - that are referenced within the artifact…
You can save your custom artifacts in either a VSO-git or GitHub repository and share them in a lab and across different labs. In this video, we will show you how to add your private VSO-git/GitHub repository as an Artifacts Repository in your lab.
Artifacts can be: tools that you want to install on a VM, actions that you want to run on the VM, or applications that you want to test. In this video, we will show you how to create VMs with artifacts in your lab.
As an owner of your lab, you can secure lab access by via two lab roles: Owner and DevTest Lab User. A person in the Owner role has complete access in the lab whereas a person in the DevTest Lab User role has limited access. In this video, we will show you how to add a person in either of these…
In this episode Chris Risner and Haishi Bai are joined by Guy Bowerman, Program Manager on the Azure Compute Engineering team focusing on Linux and Scale. He joins us to talk about Virtual Machine Scale Sets. Scale Sets are a way to deploy and manage a set of identical VMs. Scale Sets handles…
TechNet RadioOct 16, 2015 at 9:10AM0
Dan Stolts "ITProGuru"
In Part 6 in our “To the Cloud” series, Blain Barton, Tommy Patterson and Dan Stolts, provide an overview of the benefits of running servers without the physical hardware using Microsoft Azure. Learn how large and small to mid-sized companies can rent compute, storage, and networking resources by…
This is a quick video about Minecraft! If you saw my video about Virtual Machines - https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/Amanda-Lange/Learning-About-Azure-Virtual-Machines You'd see that I mentioned I was running a Minecraft server. There's other videos about how to create a Minecraft server with a VM.…
This video highlights using Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) to create Storage QoS Policies as well as deploying a VM from a VM Template and assigning a Storage QoS Policy to be in effect at time of deployment.