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  • How to Launch an Instance using Azure VNet?

     Japo_Japo updated 4 months, 2 weeks ago 1 Member · 1 Post
  • Japo_Japo

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    September 9, 2021 at 7:50 am
    • First, create a virtual network in the Azure cloud
    • Next, create subnets into each virtual network
    • Now, assign each subnet with the respective instance or Virtual Machine
    • After which you can connect the instance to a relevant Network Security Group
    • Finally, configure the properties in the network security and set policies
    • As a result, you will be able to launch your instance on Azure

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    Moving forward, we will see a demonstration on creating an Azure virtual machine and virtual network step-by-step.

    Demo: Step-By-Step Demo of Creating Azure Virtual Machine and Virtual Network

    Step 1 − First, log into your Azure Management Portal, select ‘New’ at the bottom left corner.

    Step 2 − Next, on the Network Services go to Virtual Network -> Quick create.

    Step 3 – Now, enter the name and leave all other fields empty and click ‘next’.

    Step 4 − Finally, click on ‘Create a Virtual Network,’ and it is done.

    Step 5 – First, select ‘create’ to build a new Virtual Machine with Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter.

    Step 6 – Once the fields are entered, select the existing resource group that you had created for the virtual network and select OK.

    Step 7 – Now, choose a desired size and configuration by selecting DS1_V2 Standard type

    Step 8 – Now select the subnet as FrontEndSubnet and do not change the public IP address.

    Step 9 – Create a new availability set and set a new name to it.

    Step 10 – Finally, click and select ‘create’.

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