Join David Isbitski for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding storage to your virtual machine, part of Up and Running with Azure.
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Now that we have our virtual machine up and running,…let's go ahead and look at how we add additional storage.…If we open up the disc management tool, you'll…see currently we have an image that's 127 gigabytes that's…been created inside the Azure portal as a storage…account, so let's go ahead over to the Azure portal.…And we're going to go over to Disks, and we're going to say, Create.…Now, when you first come in here, you might…be thinking, well, how much is that storage going to cost?…And as a reminder, I want to show you at the…top left here, before I pointed out that this isn't…where you get to the home pricing documentation, Downloads, Community…and Support sections, if we go under the Pricing section.…
I have the ability to look at virtual…machines for both Windows, so you'll see Windows.…You will see Linux and you'll see sql server.…Sql server actually includes both a sql server…and a Windows license and will be billed accordingly.…One of the things you may also notice in this…pricing details page Is that prices are billed per hour.…
- What is cloud computing?
- What is Windows Azure?
- Creating a Windows Azure virtual machine
- Creating and deploying an Azure website
- Adding Worker and Web roles to your cloud service
- Creating a new SQL database
- Writing and reading from the Service Bus queue
- Saving queue messages to Table storage