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Creating a Virtual Machine in Azure Step by Step

, 16 May 2016 CPOL
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This tip will focus on how to create a virtual machine in Azure step by step

Introduction

Creating a Virtual machine includes Visual Studio 2013 ultimate edition, SharePoint server 2013 trial and SQL server also can be utilized as a development and test environment.

After login to your Azure Portal (hope you already have an account), you will find the below screen:

  1. Click on Virtual Machines on the left navigation panel and click on add.

  2. Search Virtual machine in the text box you need to create. In our case, it is Visual Studio Ultimate 2013 with Windows 2012 VM.

  3. Select the available VM machine and click on create.

  4. For the creation of virtual machine, four steps need to be followed:
    1. Type the required information in Basics section and keep track of it as you will require this information afterwards while login to the VM

    2. Choose the size as per your need.
    3. Type the required information in setting section. Normally, it is pre populated and you don’t have to worry about this section.

    4. Cross check the summary and click on.

  5. It will now start deploying your selected VM and will take few minutes to deploy.

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About the Author

Alok Kumar Gupta (MCSA)
Software Developer (Senior)
India India
Alok Kumar Gupta is a Microsoft Certified Solution Associate and senior developer with 5+ years of experience. He is especially enthusiastic in exploring new Microsoft technologies and to make individuals mindful of those. His core skills are SharePoint,Office 365,ASP.NET and C# programming.

He do hold a BE in Computer Science and PG Diploma in Advance Computing.

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