Posted By : Murugan Andezuthu Dharmaratnam
Posted On : 9 November 2014
Keywords : Virtual Machine From Visual Studio,Virtual Machine From Visual Studio In Microsoft Azure,Virtual Machine,Virtual Machine in Microsoft Azure,Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure Create Virtual Machine From Visual Studio

Create VM From Visual Studio


1. Open the Visual Studio and click on view to obtain the server explorer.


2. Right click on 'Virtual Machine' and select 'Create Virtual machine' to create a new virtual machine in visual studio



Setting Up Of Virtual Machine


1. Choose subscription as Windows azure MSDN and click on Next button to continue.


2. Here we need to select a virtual machine image , and specify the image type and image label, click on Next button.


3. Then we need to specify the machine setting like virtual machine name,size,username and password.click on Next button to continue.


4. Now its the time to set up the cloud settings, Either we create a new service or to work with the exisiting one.


5.Here we create a new cloud service and click on Create button.


6. Final step in creating a vm is setting up of endpoints. Adding the new port and click on 'Add' button finally click on create button to create the virtual machine.


7. Now the virtual machine is creating with the given name, see the figure.


8. Sign to microsoft azure portal, manage.windowsazure.com , then we can see the virtual machine that we create.


Murugan Andezuthu Dharmaratnam

Murugan is a technology leader with 14 years of hands-on experience in full life cycle systems design, development, implementation, and management. In addition to systems design and development, his core competencies include cloud design and architecture, interactive web applications and websites development, mobile computing, and Healthcare Information Technology. His experience is very diverse with a broad range of technologies within multiple industry settings including private, public, and non-profit. Coupled with his technology expertise, Murugan is a well-organized, result-oriented, and a highly analytical leader with proven track record in developing and implementing very complex systems.