zaterdag 26 augustus 2017

Azure : Building a VM with SQL Server in Microsoft Azure


In this blogpost I'll show you how to create a VM in Microsoft Azure. The purpose of this blogpost is describing the steps installing the VM. I'm doing this for an Edx course I'm currently following. Now what confuses me a bit is the option of installing a VM with SQL

Creating a VM with SQL Server 2016

First login into Microsoft Azure and click on Virtual Machines in the left blade.

Choose the Free license SQL Server 2016 SP1 Developer on Windows Server 2016.

In the next step it's possible to choose the deployment model. I choose to use the standard : Resource manager.

Now fill in some basic information about the VM.

Next step is to choose the size of the VM. There are different pricing models.

Next step is setting up the Storage, network information. I choose the cheaper option HDD. 

Now, the next step is is setting up the SQL Server settings.

And the last step contains an overview of all of the settings of the Virtual machine.

Scrolling down will show some more information

Creating the VM will take a 15 - 20 minutes.

And this is an overview of the settings of the VM.


This blogpost is about creating a VM with Microsoft Azure and spinning up a VM is very easy.


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