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Virtual Machines introduce the IaaS element to Microsoft Azure. They allow the operation of virtual machines on Microsoft Azure that were created by the user or provided by Microsoft. These are charged by the minute. Provisioning a virtual machine requires only the specification of a VHD (standard VHDs are used here) for the booting process, the VM size, and a few configuration parameters (e.g., administrator account, DNS name) depending on the selected VHD.




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Azure Documentation

1. Linux VMs Documentation
2. Overview
     2.1. About Virtual Machines
3. Quickstarts
     3.1. Create VM - Azure CLI
     3.2. Create VM - Portal
     3.3. Create VM - Azure PowerShell
4. Tutorials
     4.1. 1 - Create / manage VMs
     4.2. 2 - Create / manage disks
     4.3. 3 - Automate configuration
     4.4. 4 - Create VM images
     4.5. 5 - Highly available VMs
     4.6. 6 - Create a VM scale set
     4.7. 7 - Load balance VMs
     4.8. 8 - Manage networking
     4.9. 9 - Backup virtual machines
     4.10. 10 - Govern VMs
     4.11. 11 - Monitor and update VMs
     4.12. 12 - Manage VM security
     4.13. 13 - Deploy Jenkins
     4.14. 14 - CI/CD with Team Services
     4.15. 15a - Create LAMP stack
     4.16. 15b - Create LEMP stack
     4.17. 15c - Create MEAN stack
     4.18. 16 - Secure web server with SSL
5. Samples
     5.1. Azure CLI
     5.2. Azure PowerShell
6. Concepts
     6.1. Azure Resource Manager
     6.2. Regions and availability
     6.3. VM types and sizes
          6.3.1. General purpose
               6.3.1.1. B-series burstable
          6.3.2. Compute optimized
          6.3.3. Memory optimized
               6.3.3.1. Constrained vCPUs
          6.3.4. Storage optimized
          6.3.5. GPU optimized
               6.3.5.1. Setup GPU drivers
          6.3.6. High performance compute
          6.3.7. Previous generations
          6.3.8. Azure compute units (ACU)
          6.3.9. Benchmark scores
     6.4. Endorsed distros
     6.5. Maintenance and updates
     6.6. Disk storage
          6.6.1. Managed Disks
          6.6.2. Premium storage
          6.6.3. Premium storage performance
          6.6.4. Standard storage
          6.6.5. Scalability targets for disks
          6.6.6. Backup and disaster recovery for disks
     6.7. Networking
     6.8. Auto-scale applications
     6.9. Infrastructure automation
     6.10. Security and policy
     6.11. Monitoring
     6.12. Backup and recovery
     6.13. High performance computing
     6.14. Deployment considerations
          6.14.1. Infrastructure guidelines
          6.14.2. vCPU quotas
7. How-to guides
     7.1. Create VMs
          7.1.1. Use the CLI
          7.1.2. Use a template
          7.1.3. Use REST API
          7.1.4. Copy or clone a VM
     7.2. Secure VMs
          7.2.1. Encrypt
          7.2.2. Use access controls
          7.2.3. Use policies
          7.2.4. Create a Key Vault
          7.2.5. Create and use SSH keys
               7.2.5.1. On Linux or macOS
               7.2.5.2. On Windows
               7.2.5.3. Detailed steps
     7.3. Protect VMs
          7.3.1. Back up a single VM
          7.3.2. Back up multiple VMs
          7.3.3. Restore a disk
          7.3.4. Restore individual files
     7.4. Manage VMs
          7.4.1. Prepay for VMs - Reserved Instances
          7.4.2. VM usage
          7.4.3. Common CLI tasks
          7.4.4. Move a VM
          7.4.5. Change VM size
          7.4.6. Swap the OS disk
          7.4.7. Tag a VM
          7.4.8. Run scripts on a VM
               7.4.8.1. Custom Script Extension
               7.4.8.2. Run Command
          7.4.9. Use Remote Desktop
          7.4.10. Join VM to Azure Active Directory
               7.4.10.1. Red Hat Enteprise Linux
               7.4.10.2. CentOS
               7.4.10.3. Ubuntu
          7.4.11. Log in with Azure Active Directory credentials
          7.4.12. Updates and patches
               7.4.12.1. Red Hat Update Infrastructure
          7.4.13. Azure VM agent
               7.4.13.1. Overview
               7.4.13.2. Agent update
          7.4.14. Planned maintenance
          7.4.15. Mitigating speculative execution
          7.4.16. Scheduled events
          7.4.17. Monitor metadata
          7.4.18. Get usage metrics with REST
     7.5. Use Images
          7.5.1. Find and use images
          7.5.2. Create custom image
               7.5.2.1. Generic steps
               7.5.2.2. Ubuntu
               7.5.2.3. CentOS
               7.5.2.4. Red Hat
               7.5.2.5. Debian
               7.5.2.6. SUSE
               7.5.2.7. Oracle Linux
               7.5.2.8. OpenBSD
               7.5.2.9. FreeBSD
          7.5.3. Capture VM to image
          7.5.4. Build image with Packer
          7.5.5. Download existing disk
     7.6. Availability and scale
          7.6.1. Autoscale
          7.6.2. High availability
          7.6.3. Vertically scale
          7.6.4. Create VM in availability zone
     7.7. Use automation tools
          7.7.1. Ansible
               7.7.1.1. Install and configure
               7.7.1.2. Create a basic VM
               7.7.1.3. Create a complete VM
          7.7.2. Terraform
               7.7.2.1. Install and configure
               7.7.2.2. Create a complete VM
          7.7.3. Cloud-init
               7.7.3.1. Cloud-init overview
               7.7.3.2. Configure VM hostname
               7.7.3.3. Update packages in a VM
               7.7.3.4. Add a user on a VM
               7.7.3.5. Configure swapfile
               7.7.3.6. Run existing bash script
               7.7.3.7. Prepare existing VM for cloud-init
          7.7.4. Jenkins
               7.7.4.1. Create a Jenkins server
               7.7.4.2. Scale with VM agents
               7.7.4.3. Publish artifacts to Storage
               7.7.4.4. Secure Jenkins
     7.8. Run containers
          7.8.1. Create Docker host
          7.8.2. Use Docker Machine
          7.8.3. Use Docker Compose
     7.9. Run applications
          7.9.1. Cloud Foundry
               7.9.1.1. Overview
               7.9.1.2. Deploy your first app
          7.9.2. OpenShift
               7.9.2.1. OpenShift overview
               7.9.2.2. OpenShift prerequisites
               7.9.2.3. OpenShift Origin
               7.9.2.4. OpenShift Container Platform
               7.9.2.5. OpenShift post-deployment tasks
               7.9.2.6. Troubleshooting deployments
          7.9.3. SAP on Azure
          7.9.4. Oracle
          7.9.5. Elasticsearch
          7.9.6. FreeBSD Packet Filter
          7.9.7. Databases
               7.9.7.1. MySQL
               7.9.7.2. MySQL on SUSE
               7.9.7.3. MongoDB
               7.9.7.4. PostgreSQL
               7.9.7.5. MS SQL on Linux
          7.9.8. High Performance Computing (HPC)
               7.9.8.1. Run NAMD
               7.9.8.2. Install NVIDIA GPU drivers
     7.10. Manage storage
          7.10.1. Disks FAQs
          7.10.2. Add a disk
               7.10.2.1. Azure CLI
               7.10.2.2. Azure portal
          7.10.3. Detach a disk
          7.10.4. Resize a disk
          7.10.5. Snapshot a disk
          7.10.6. Back up unmanaged disks
          7.10.7. Convert to Managed Disks
          7.10.8. Convert disk between Standard and Premium
          7.10.9. Copy files to a VM
          7.10.10. Migrate to Premium storage with Azure Site Recovery
          7.10.11. Find unattached disks
          7.10.12. Use File storage
          7.10.13. Deploy disks with template
          7.10.14. Enable write accelerator
          7.10.15. Optimize performance
               7.10.15.1. Configure software RAID
               7.10.15.2. Configure LVM
     7.11. Manage networking
          7.11.1. Create virtual network
          7.11.2. Open ports to a VM
          7.11.3. Assign public IP address
          7.11.4. Use multiple NICs
          7.11.5. Use accelerated networking
          7.11.6. Assign public DNS name
          7.11.7. Find and delete unattached NICs
          7.11.8. DNS resolution
               7.11.8.1. Use internal DNS
     7.12. Use VM extensions
     7.13. Migrate VMs
          7.13.1. Migrate AWS and on-premises VMs
               7.13.1.1. Migrate from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Azure
               7.13.1.2. Upload on-prem VM
               7.13.1.3. Use Azure Site Recovery
          7.13.2. Migrate from Classic to Azure Resource Manager
               7.13.2.1. Deep dive on migration
               7.13.2.2. Plan for migration
               7.13.2.3. Migrate using the CLI
               7.13.2.4. Common migration errors
               7.13.2.5. Community tools for migration
               7.13.2.6. FAQ
     7.14. Troubleshoot
          7.14.1. SSH connections
               7.14.1.1. Detailed troubleshooting steps
          7.14.2. Reset Linux VM password
          7.14.3. Understand system reboot
          7.14.4. Boot diagnostics
          7.14.5. Serial console
          7.14.6. Access to applications
          7.14.7. Allocation failures
          7.14.8. Allocation failures-classic VM
          7.14.9. Deployment issues
          7.14.10. Creating a VM
          7.14.11. Device names are changed
          7.14.12. Redeploy VM to a new Azure node
          7.14.13. Common error messages
          7.14.14. VM recovery access
               7.14.14.1. Azure CLI
               7.14.14.2. Azure portal
          7.14.15. Attached VHDs
               7.14.15.1. Storage resource deletion errors
               7.14.15.2. Unexpected reboots of VMs with attached VHDs
8. Reference
     8.1. Azure CLI
     8.2. PowerShell
     8.3. .NET
     8.4. Java
     8.5. Node.js
     8.6. Python
     8.7. REST
9. Resources
     9.1. Author templates
     9.2. Azure Roadmap
     9.3. Community templates
     9.4. Pricing
     9.5. Regional availability
     9.6. Stack Overflow
     9.7. Videos
     9.8. FAQ

Web Pages

Content Type
Supported Distributions and Versions Webpage
Running a Linux VM on Azure Webpage

Online Training Content

Date Title
9/25/2016 Building Microservices Applications on Azure Service Fabric
3/31/2016 Common Tasks for Linux on Azure
12/29/2015 Running Linux in Microsoft Azure
7/16/2015 Building Linux-Based Solutions on Azure
4/25/2015 Backup de maquinas virtuais Linux no Hyper-V
12/19/2014 Embrace Open Source Technologies to Accelerate and Scale Solutions
11/27/2014 Deploying Linux VMs on Microsoft Azure
11/26/2014 Deploying Linux VMs on Microsoft Azure

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