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Microsoft Azure – How to check details about Azure VM sizes using PowerShell

In this blog we will discuss about how to check the details about Azure VM tiers and sizes. Microsoft Azure has basically three tiers: Basic, Standard and Premium. Difference between these two tiers are the features present in them for virtual machine like high availability, auto scale etc. When we create the VM we need… Continue reading Microsoft Azure – How to check details about Azure VM sizes using PowerShell

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Microsoft Azure – How to get details about azure locations using PowerShell

Hello friends, when we create any virtual machine using management portal we need to select the location for cloud service and azure portal shows us list of available locations. We just select the location we want and move further to next steps. We can also do this same using PowerShell and we need to check… Continue reading Microsoft Azure – How to get details about azure locations using PowerShell

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Microsoft Azure – How to Check the availability of cloud services using PowerShell

Hello friends, in this blog we will learn how to check whether a cloud service is available to use with virtual machine or not. Cloud service is basically how to access virtual machine using virtual IP address (VIP). Cloud services can contain multiple virtual machine by creating cloud service first and then associate that public… Continue reading Microsoft Azure – How to Check the availability of cloud services using PowerShell

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Microsoft Azure – How to create a virtual machine (VM) with Reserved Public IP (VIP)

In my previous blog, we learnt that a Virtual IP (VIP) get lost or changed when we stop or deallocate the virtual machine (VM). So, to overcome this we can assign a reserved IP so that whenever we restart the virtual machine we would get the same IP. Microsoft Azure allows default 20 reserved IP… Continue reading Microsoft Azure – How to create a virtual machine (VM) with Reserved Public IP (VIP)

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Limitation of Virtual IP address (VIP) in Microsoft Azure – Part 1

Virtual IP (VIP) is a public IP address and created when a cloud service is created. A VIP is a public IP address that can be used to access Virtual machine in Azure. All VM in same domain name share a single VIP. By using a reserved IP address, you can ensure that the virtual… Continue reading Limitation of Virtual IP address (VIP) in Microsoft Azure – Part 1