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Windows Server 2012 is available in Windows Azure Virtual Machine Gallery


It’s a news again, Windows Server 2012 is available in Windows Azure Virtual Machine Gallery where we can use the image and start deploying our application. See how to use the Virtual Machines in Windows Azure using this article (Windows Azure Virtual Machines – Meet Azure Edition). Windows Server 2012 is out with new capabilities that are provided with this release that enables the end customers to make the environment more robust. With Windows Server 2012 we can deploy and manage the application both in your own OnPremise data center and as well as on Windows Azure environment. One of the great feature which is introduced is the Hybrid Cloud scenarios enabled in combination with the System Center Management.          [more]

Windows Server 2012 incorporates Microsoft's experience building and operating public clouds, resulting in a dynamic, highly available server platform. It offers a scalable, dynamic and multi-tenant-aware infrastructure that helps securely connect across premises. Windows Server is an open, scalable and cloud-ready web and application platform. It empowers IT administrators to help secure their users' access to a personalized environment from virtually anywhere.


Once the provisioning is completed we can login to the Windows Server 2012 with the credentials we provided while configuring and we can see the working copy of the image as shown in the screen below.



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