You may be aware that all of your data is stored in something called a ‘Blob Storage Account’. Each Azure subscription can have many blob storage accounts but not the other way around. You cannot share blob storage accounts between Azure subscriptions. That means there’s no easy way to move VMs around between Azure subscriptions through the website or PowerShell. However, it is fairly easy to do through an app. This tutorial will guide you through the process of moving VMs between Azure subscriptions.
Microsoft have recently announced that users of Microsoft Azure can finally use reverse DNS with their cloud services. This means people are now able to do a whole host of new things with their virtual machines that were difficult at best to do properly beforehand. Continue reading
With Microsoft Azure you have two ways of managing your account. The first and easiest way is to use the web management portal (https://manage.windowsazure.com) and the second way is to use Azure PowerShell. In this tutorial I’ll lay out how to install Azure PowerShell and how to connect your Azure account to it (if you’re using a Microsoft Account or an Organisational Account).