Deploy a VM in Azure

  1. Click Virtual machines to manage and create VM instances. Then click Create a virtual machine to begin the creation process, as shown in Figure 1
Figure 1: Start creating a VM instance by choosing a subscription and resource group
Figure 2: A Free Trial subscription bills charges to the free trial credit in your account
Figure 3 The resource group called PracticeGroup contains virtual machines, disks, network interfaces, public IP addresses, and network security groups
Figure 4 Even when a VM instance no longer exists, if its disk is not deleted
Figure 5 Azure supports many Windows and Linux operating systems
Figure 6 The B1s VM size includes 1 vCPU and 1 GB of RAM

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