You can define a virtual machine configuration and then create the virtual

You can define a virtual machine configuration and

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You can define a virtual-machine configuration, and then create the virtual machine, as the following sample code shows: $newVM = New-AzureVMConfig -name $vmname -Instance $instance -ImageName $osimage | Add- AzureProvisioningConfig -Windows -AdminUsername $adminname -Password $password | Set- AzureSubnet -SubnetNames $subnet New-AzureVM -ServiceName $cloudservice -AffinityGroup $affinitygroup -VMs $newVM -VNetName $vnet -DnsSettings $dns -WaitForBoot Alternatively, you can create and configure a virtual machine in one step, as the following code sample shows: New-AzureQuickVM -Windows -ImageName $osimage -Location $location -Name $vmname –ServiceName $svcName -InstanceSize $size -AdminUserName $adminname –Password $password There are more configuration options if you use the New-AzureVMConfig and New-AzureVM cmdlets, such as the ability to use a static internal IP address by using Set-AzureStaticVNetIP . New- AzureVMConfig enables you to create more complex virtual-machine configurations, and then pass those configurations to New-AzureVM . Question: In which situations would you choose to deploy Azure IaaS v1 virtual machines instead of IaaS v2 virtual machines?
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MCT USE ONLY. STUDENT USE PROHIBITED Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions 3-37 Lab B: Deploying IaaS v2 virtual machines by using Azure Resource Manager templates Scenario You must use an Azure Resource Manager template to deploy two additional Linux virtual machines and two additional Windows virtual machines that the ResDev application will use. The virtual machines should be part of the ResDevRG resource group, to facilitate resource tracking. Linux virtual machines should reside on the app subnet of the HQ-VNET virtual network, and Windows virtual machines should reside on the web subnet of the HQ-VNET virtual network. Objectives After completing this lab, you must be able to: Use Visual Studio and an Azure Resource Manager template to deploy IaaS v2 virtual machines. Use Azure PowerShell and an Azure Resource Manager template to deploy virtual machines. Lab Setup Estimated Time: 25 minutes Virtual machine: 20533C-MIA-CL1 User name: Student Password: Pa$$w0rd The virtual machine should be running from the previous lab. Exercise 1: Using Visual Studio and an Azure Resource Manager template to deploy IaaS v2 virtual machines Scenario You must use Visual Studio to deploy two Linux IaaS v2 virtual machines for use as app servers in the ResDev app. You should name the servers ResDevApp1 and ResDevApp2. You have a deployment- template solution and the deployment details for both virtual machines. You must deploy the two virtual machines from Visual Studio, and then confirm that the virtual machines have been deployed successfully by using Azure PowerShell. The main tasks for this exercise are as follows: 1. Use Visual Studio to deploy the Linux app server’s virtual machines. 2. Use Azure PowerShell to validate the deployment of the app server’s virtual machines. Task 1: Use Visual Studio to deploy the Linux app server’s virtual machines 1.
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