Linux Virtual Machines
Azure virtual machines are one of several types of on-demand, scalable computing resources that Azure offers. Typically, you choose a virtual machine when you need more control over the computing environment than the other choices offer. This article gives you information about what you should consider before you create a virtual machine, how you create it, and how you manage it.
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NFS support is now available for App Service Linux code and container when mounting a Azure File share as a local share for the web app.
Azure Functions now supports Java 21 in preview on dedicated, consumption, and premium plans for Linux.
Azure Monitor VM Insights now supports Dependency Agent for RHEL 8.6 Linux VMs, enabling you to monitor their network connections and processes in the Azure portal.
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Estimating pricing is a crucial step for your business. It helps you plan your budget, forecast your expenses, compare different options, and optimize your cloud usage. However, estimating...
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.9 is the latest minor release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, which provides stability and security for production environments along with bug fixes and...
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 9.3, the latest version of RHEL 9 from Red Hat is now generally available on Azure Virtual Machines (VMs). Availability of RHEL 9.3 for VMs on Azure is a step...
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Azure Container Storage (in preview) offers volume management built natively for containers. With the latest update, you can deploy Azure Container Storage on Azure Linux container host.
RHEL 9.3 is now available in public preview as the guest OS for all AMD-based confidential VMs.