Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure

In this article, we will learn how to configure a Virtual Machine scale set in Microsoft Azure.

Introduction

 
Virtual Machine Scale sets give us auto adaptability depending on our need. With ordinary scale sets, you can have an organization of 0-100 VMs. Be that as it may, on the off chance that you have prerequisites to send huge scale set of more than 100 VMs, then you can pick huge virtual machine scale sets. The fundamental distinction between the two is situation gathering. Arrangement bunch in a virtual machine scale set is the only sort of accessibility set that keeps up its own shortcoming and update spaces.
 
Step 1
 
In the Azure Portal, click the “+ Create a resource” option and then type Virtual Machine scale set.
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 
Step 2
 
In the Virtual machine scale set, click “Create” to create a new Virtual machine scale set.
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 
Step 3
 
In the Basic details, enter your scale set name. For operating system disk image, you can find the Windows and Linux operating systems.
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 
Step 4
 
In this article, I have filled the basic information.
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 
Step 5
 
In the Instances and Load Balancer, we must select how many Virtual Machines are going to add the count; basically, we can add 0 – 100, and select the Instance size.
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 
Step 6
 
Autoscale, you must select Disabled to Enable, and the Minimum number of VMs = Enter the minimum number of VMs that required in this scale set, Maximum number of VMs = Enter the maximum number of VMs that required in this scale set.
 
Also, we can assign the Scale-out CPU threshold (%) and Scale in CPU threshold (%)
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 
Step 7
 
In the Load Balancing option, select “Load balancer”, then enter the Public IP address name, enter the Domain name label, and select the Virtual network information, after entering the information click “Create” button.
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 
Step 8
 
In the scale set “SLVMs”, you can find the Size and Instance details in the Overview section. We have 4 instances and Standard_DS1_V2 Virtual machines installed.
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 
Step 9
 
In the Instance, we can find all Virtual machines that we have installed.
 
Configuring Virtual Machines Scale Sets In Azure
 

Summary

 
In this article, we have learned how to configure Virtual Machines Scale Sets in Microsoft Azure. If you have any questions feel free to comment under the article.