Spot Virtual Machines are now available
Spot Virtual Machines or spot instances are virtual machines that draw from the unused capacity of Microsoft Azure. These can be used at a great discount, however these can also be evicted at any given time. anDREa has now made Spot VMs available!
Virtual Machine Types
This article provides a simplified overview of Virtual Machine types available in Microsoft Azure. For a full overview, please have a look at https://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/pricing/details/virtual-machines/series/. Make sure to select Region: West ...
Generalize a VM
Use this process only if you want to create a template for your own Workspace. If you want to create a template for the whole organisation, please contact your local ST member. Introduction Installing the same software on your VM can be tedious and ...
Introduction Spot Virtual Machines (VMs) or spot instances can be used to buy unused Azure compute capacity at a great discount compared to the usual set of VMs. Spot VMs are usually used for workloads that can handle interruptions and do not have to ...
NC-series, NV-series and NV Promo VMs will be retired on 31 August 2023
After 31 August 2023, any remaining NC-series virtual machines and NV6, NV6_Promo, NV12, NV12_Promo, NV24, NV24_Promo virtual machines on your subscription will be set to a deallocated state, cease to be available, and will no longer incur billing ...
Managing and monitoring your VM
From within the myDRE web portal, you can find a Manage and monitor VM menu that provides links directly to your VM in the Azure portal and Azure app. Within the Azure portal or app, you can start, stop and reset the VM, as well as analyze its ...