Create A Windows Virtual Machine With Azure Portal

Let us understand what a virtual machine is. A virtual machine is a machine which operates. Logically, it’s an OS, which runs with a logical CPU being formed with the help of virtual computing platforms; i.e., Hypervisor by Microsoft. Azure deals with virtual machines. Azure virtual machines are highly scalable, secured, strong infrastructure based machines and all Azure facilities are on demand by the consumer/customer at Azure. Today’s main agenda is to learn about how to make up a machine (virtual) at the Azure portal. On the whole, there are three deployment models to configure an Azure virtual machine. One of those methods is using Azure portal. Note: If you don’t have an Azure subscription, make a trial Azure subscription via this Web link https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/f... Once it is done, l  go in to the Azure portal at http://portal.azure.com.

Creation of Azure virtual machine

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Step1

Select + New.

Click New located within the left most pane at Azure portal.

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Step2

Select Compute.

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Within Compute, select Windows Server 2016 Datacenter and it will promote to screen, followed by selecting Create.

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Fill in the basic form

It’s time to configure the basics for the virtual machine and fill in the form.

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Resource Group- When you create a virtual machine, you will need to create a resource group. It’s a logical container in which Azure resources are kept and are managed collectively.

Once, it is filled successfully, click OK.

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Select Size for the machine.

Now, select the storage size for your machine particularly, as per your need. If you want to use advanced options for it, choose all or apply the filters available.

Click select at the end.

Select Yes under Use Managed Disk. For remaining settings, keep default and select OK.

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Summary page

On the Summary page, select OK and for deployment to take place and complete, and proceed, as shown below.

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Deploy

Now, wait for the deployment to take place and make virtual machine in running state.

Once the machine is running, you can see this on the screen. You can find the virtual machine which you created at the dashboard as well as under the virtual machines from the left pane.

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