Join Tiberiu Covaci for an in-depth discussion in this video Connect to a VM, part of Azure for Developers: Implementing VMs and Batch Jobs.
- [Male Instructor] Now the deployment is done, … and as you can see, … it took about eight minutes and four seconds. … And one thing we have here is Go to Resource. … So by pressing this button, I will actually go to … the virtual machine itself and it will show me … the details about the virtual machine. … It will show me stuff like the size … and public IP address and so on, … so everything that got generated … for this particular virtual machine. … And one thing I can do now is to press Connect. … Once I press Connect, it will show me different options. … I can either use the public IP address … or I can use the private IP address. … Now in order to be able to use the private IP address, … I need to have another machine connected … to the same virtual network in Azure. … So that wouldn't be useful. … So the only thing I can use now is public IP address. … And if I press down on RDP, it will download an RDP file … on my machine, and once I open that one, … it will ask me "Are you okay to connect to this one?" …
- Implementing solutions that use virtual machines
- Options for creating virtual machines
- Creating a virtual machine using PowerShell
- Configuring Azure Disk Encryption for VMs
- Running a batch job using PowerShell and CLI
- Creating and running a batch job using .NET