The key point to note, however, is that the steps described there are for a VM that has already been provisioned and is running. Ideally, one would want to have the swap space configured automatically right at the time of the VM provisioning itself, rather than having to wait for a later time and then running a bunch of commands manually. The trick to automating the swap space configuration at the time of VM provisioning is to use the Windows Azure Linux Agent waagent. Most people are somewhat vaguely aware that there is an agent running in the Linux VM, but most people also find it a bit too obscure and ignore it, even though the Azure portal actually has a nice documentation on waagent. There is one other point that needs to be mentioned before drilling down into the details of waagent and how it may be used for the task at hand. There is no way of tapping into the capabilities of the waagent when using a raw base image of Linux from the Azure gallery. This is not really a limitation since the use case scenario that I find most useful is one where I start out with a VM that is provisioned using a gallery image, and is then customized for things I like to have; for example, I like to have Standard Java instead of the open-jdk Java; or I may want to install Hadoop binaries on the VM so that the image can then be used later on toward a multi-node cluster.
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This post from Walter Myers , Principal Consultant expands on this whitepaper and describes how to isolate VMs inside a Virtual Network at the network level. Introduction Application isolation is an important concern in enterprise environments, as enterprise customers seek to protect various environments from unauthorized or unwanted access. This includes the classic front-end and back-end scenario where machines in a particular back-end network or sub-network may only allow certain clients or other computers to connect to a particular endpoint based on a whitelist of IP addresses. These scenarios can be readily implemented in Windows Azure whether client applications access virtual machine application servers from the internet, within the Azure environment, or from on-premises through a VPN connection. Machine Isolation Options There are three basic options to be discussed in this paper where machine isolation may be implemented on the Windows Azure platform: Between machines deployed to a single virtual network Between machines deployed to distinct virtual networks Between machines deployed to distinct virtual networks where a VPN connection has been established from on-premises with both virtual networks These options will be detailed in the sections that follow. By default, Windows Server virtual machines created from the gallery will have two public endpoints, specifically RDP and Remote PowerShell connections.
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Install MAAS or. Automatic discovery of every network device. Full deployment time is approximately two boot cycles plus two minutes for disk imaging. Inventory disk models and serial numbers. Provision machines based on specific configuration details to optimize your applications. Automate storage configuration through APIs. Allocate servers based on storage. Configure server network interfaces with bridges, VLAN s, bonds and addresses. Run tests to get up to date information about hardware health. Continuously observes network traffic and catalogs every active IP address of unknown origin.
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