Azure Compute Tutorials

Azure Compute is a set of services offered by Microsoft Azure that allow you to run applications on the cloud. This can include anything from small websites to large-scale applications. Here are a few tutorials that can help you get started.

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Azure Batch

Azure Batch is a cloud-based job scheduling service by Microsoft Azure designed to parallelize and distribute the processing of large volumes of data across many computers.

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Azure Functions

Azure Functions is a serverless computing service hosted on Microsoft Azure. It allows developers to execute small pieces of code (called “functions”) without having to explicitly provision or manage infrastructure.

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Azure Spring Cloud

Azure Spring Cloud is a fully managed service for Spring Boot applications provided by Microsoft Azure. It is designed to simplify the deployment and operation of microservices-based applications.

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Azure Virtual Machines

Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) are on-demand, scalable computing resources offered by Microsoft Azure, one of the leading cloud service providers. They can be used to deploy a wide range of solutions, from small applications to large-scale enterprise applications.

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Azure Dedicated Host

Azure Dedicated Host is a service provided by Microsoft Azure which gives you the option to run your virtual machines on a single-tenant physical server. This means that your virtual machines are the only ones running on that specific server.

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Spot Virtual Machines

Azure Spot Virtual Machines are an offering of Azure Virtual Machines that allow you to take advantage of unused capacity in the Azure cloud at a significant cost savings.

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Virtual Machine Scale Sets

Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets let you create and manage a group of identical, load balanced VMs. The number of VM instances can automatically increase or decrease in response to demand or a defined schedule.

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