VM uses the cloud service layer, it’s not the same thing. All you have to do is to install the certificate as you would in any windows server machine and add the Host A register to your DNS provider. SSL Certificates CSR Creation :: IIS 8 and IIS 8.5 IIS 8 and IIS 8.5 SSL … Continue reading How to Install SSL Certificate on Azure Cloud Service
The Azure terminology is a little different from that of AWS. You can use the Azure Traffic Manager to offload TLS/SSL: http://www.hanselman.com/blog/CloudPowerHowToScaleAzureWebsitesGloballyWithTrafficManager.aspx (The Azure Load-Balanced Sets use round-robin DNS balancing, with VMs directly visible, whereas the Traffic Manager hides VMs behind the VIP)
Azure Backup already supports backup and restore of Classic and Resource Manager virtual machines and also premium storage VMs. Today, we are announcing support for backup and restore of encrypted Azure virtual machines using portal as well as PowerShell, available for VMs encrypted using Azure Disk Encryption. Azure Disk Encryption solution helps protect customer data … Continue reading Azure Backup supports encrypted Azure VMs using Portal and PowerShell
Managing Hyper-V with PowerShell Install and manage Hyper-V using the GUI or PowerShell. With PowerShell, you can accomplish most of the tasks that you can accomplish with the GUI. Before you can begin managing Hyper-V with PowerShell or the GUI, you need to make sure the Hyper-V role isinstalled on the Server 2012 systems you … Continue reading How to Manage Hyper-V with PowerShell
Configure Windows PowerShell This strategy assumes you’re working on a Windows Server 2008 R2 system that meets the requirements for the Hyper-V role. After following these steps, the system will be ready for Hyper-V scripting: Install the Hyper-V role and Windows PowerShell. You can do this from the Server Manager or by using the ServerManagerCmd.exe … Continue reading How to Create Hyper-V Virtual Machines using with Windows PowerShell
Use Windows PowerShell to manage virtual machines running on Hyper-V servers running Server Core, but you must run your scripts remotely from a computer that has Windows PowerShell installed on it. In addition, your Windows PowerShell scripts can be used only to access the WMI interface on the targeted Server Core installation. This means the … Continue reading How to Use Windows PowerShell to Manage Virtual Machines?