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Create virtual machine using PowerShell command

Just run this PowerShell script to create virtual machine, you can change setting in order to have other operating system and pricing.


Hope this helps.

Free SSL Certificate for your website - from CloudFlare

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In this video post you will learn about free SSL certificate and its installation. This free SSL certificate is from CloudFlare but due to lack of installation guidelines and step by step we as a developer ignores this. Using CloudFlare SSL is a great advantage because you get other service for free too. Off-course, with paid plans you will get all the gems. Remember this never affects your SEO ranks.

Now, let's begin talking about this free SSL certificate. CloudFlare SSL sits between your user and your hosting server. So any potential attack is taken care by CloudFlare before they reach your server. So your user will see SSL certificate till their request reaches CloudFlare server.

If you already have a website running without SSL and you want to get this, then i would recommend to take a screenshot of your domain NS, CNAME, A, AAAA, MX records before you try this.

If you don't want any downtime, off-course, then steps would be like: whatever settings you have on your domai…

Migrating Azure VMs on VNet from Azure Service Management (Classic or ASM) to Azure Resource Manager (Resource Manager or ARM)

In this post you will find code snippet to migrate your classic Azure VMs that is part of virtual networks. That is, you will learn Migrating Azure VMs on VNet from Azure Service Management (Classic or ASM) to Azure Resource Manager (Resource Manager or ARM). Without too much discussion, let's start step by step.

You need to have PowerShell installed. In the process of migration you first need to sign in your subscription using modern way that is ARM to prepare migration and then sign in your same subscription using classic approach that is ASM to perform migration and commit.

Step 1.
Let's login ARM

Login-AzureRmAccount

Step 2.
Store subscription id into a variable

$SubID = "1345e4-4561-1bd7-55c1-e3848012qw4r"

Step 3.
Select subscription using above variable

Select-AzureRmSubscription -SubscriptionID $SubID

Step 4.
Now, let's prepare the migration on ARM, this operation may take few minutes.

Register-AzureRmResourceProvider -ProviderNamespace Microsoft.ClassicInfrastru…

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