Monthly Archive: September 2016


Classic Virtual Machines in Azure Resource Manager

You can create still classic virtual machines from the Azure portal or by using Azure PowerShell. Although, Microsoft doesn’t recommend because it’s an old platform that they want to move away from it. Deploying classic virtual machines by using the Azure portal To create an Azure Resource Manager virtual machine from the Azure portal, perform the following steps: Sign in to the Azure portal at On the Hub menu,...


Azure SDK

The Azure SDK is a collection of tools, runtime binaries, client libraries, and templates that considerably simplify the development, testing, and deployment of Azure services and applications. Note: The Azure SDK is available for several development platforms, including Microsoft .NET, Java, Node.js, Python, Ruby, and PHP. You can download the most recent version of the SDK for each of them from the Azure Downloads page. The Azure SDK for .NET...


Why and when to use Azure CLI

I have been a heavy Windows user for many years, but lately I have been using another OS to increase my vision and experience. But the issue is, PowerShell is a Windows OS based, and usually is not available on Non-Windows OS (as far as I know). So, I need to evolve to another command line tool. The natural progression is Azure CLI. Ok, you probably get the picture, but...