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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.