Azure Virtual Machines

Azure Virtual Machines is IaaS service offered by Azure. Azure Virtual Machines are supported in our Azure Management Studio product.

Overview

 

Azure Virtual Machines is the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offered by Microsoft Azure. It includes both Windows & Linux based virtual machines to run your applications. Using Azure Management Studio, you can connect to your Azure Virtual Machines and manage them from the convenience of your desktop.


You can manage both Azure Resource Manager and Classic Virtual Machines using Azure Management Studio.

Features

 

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Virtual Machines

  • List: List Azure Resource Manager virtual machines in an Azure Subscription.
  • Properties: View properties of a virtual machine.
  • Stop: Stop a running virtual machine.
  • Start: Start a stopped virtual machine.
  • Restart: Restart a running virtual machine.
  • Capture: Capture image of a stopped virtual machine.
  • Connect: Connect to a virtual machine using Remote Desktop Connection.

Classic Virtual Machines

  • List: List classic virtual machines in an Azure Subscription.
  • Create: Create classic virtual machine in an Azure subscription.
  • Properties: View properties of a virtual machine.
  • Stop: Stop a running virtual machine.
  • Start: Start a stopped virtual machine.
  • Restart: Restart a running virtual machine.
  • Capture: Capture image of a stopped virtual machine.
  • Connect: Connect to a virtual machine using Remote Desktop Connection.
  • Endpoints: Manage endpoints associated with a virtual machine.
    • List: List endpoints.
    • Add: Add endpoints. Both predefined and custom endpoints are supported.
    • Delete: Delete endpoints.
  • Virtual Disks: Manage virtual disks associated with a virtual machine.
    • List: List virtual disks.
    • Create: Create virtual disks.
    • Delete: Delete virtual disks.

Deployments

  • Create: Create new deployment in either production or staging slot.
  • Swap: Swap production and staging slots with a single click.
  • Start: Start a stopped cloud service deployment.
  • Stop: Stop a running cloud service deployment.
  • Delete: Delete a cloud service deployment.
  • Properties: View properties of a cloud service deployment.
  • Change Configuration: Change configuration of a cloud service deployment.
  • Upgrade: Upgrade a cloud service deployment by providing new package and configuration file. Supports both automatic and manual upgrades.
  • Copy Package: Copy deployment package files to blob storage.

Roles & Role Instances

  • Properties: View role instance properties.
  • Upgrade: Upgrade one or more roles.
  • Scale: Change role instances count.
  • Reboot: Reboot a role instance.
  • Reimage: Reimage a role instance.
  • Connect: Connect to a role instance using Remote Desktop Connection (RDP).

Cloud Service Diagnostics

  • Log Types: View and manage performance counters, trace, event, infrastructure, IIS, failed requests and crash dump logs.
  • View: View both live and historical diagnostics data.
  • Download: Download logs data for further analysis.
  • Purge: Purge logs data from your Azure Storage accounts.
  • Filter: Filter logs data by type, source and date/time range.