Check Azure Resource Manager (ARM) VM Core & Storage Usage using PowerShell

For classic Azure VM’s you can simply check the VM Core Usage & Limits right within the classic portal. However, for ARM that is not possible via the classic or the new portal. Only way to check the usage and the thresholds currently set for your subscription, you will need to use Azure PowerShell. You can download Azure…

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Resize Azure Resource Manager (ARM) VM OS & Data disk using Azure Portal

If you have an Azure VM that was created using the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) stack you can now easily resize the OS or the data disk within the Azure Portal. Of course, you can also use PowerShell but way too easy using the GUI. 1. Navigate to the Virtual Machine (VM) that you would…

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Installing Microsoft Antimalware extension in Azure Gov’t VM using PowerShell

Microsoft Antimalware for Azure Virtual Machines is a real time protection that will monitor the VM’s to detect and block malwares. You can read more about Microsoft Antimalware here. Please follow the below steps to enable the Antimalware extension for Azure Gov’t VM. You will need to use Azure PowerShell to enable the extension. You…

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Resizing Azure VM OS or Data Disk

Are you running out of space on the OS or data disk of your Azure VM? Here is a simple way to resize the OS or the data disk. Resizing of the disk is done using Azure PowerShell. If you don’t have Azure PowerShell on your local machine, then you can follow the documentation to install…

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Reserved Multiple VIPs per Cloud Service

Scenario: Let’s assume you want three Reserved Public Virtual IPs (VIPs) for a single cloud service. By default you can have up to 5 VIPs per cloud service. However, if you need more you can have that increased through Microsoft Support. Good example you may need multiple VIPs for a single cloud service is to host multiple different SSL websites from a single Azure IaaS…

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