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18/06/2020

Azure – The Azure Virtual Machine Overview blade has been updated and provides more meaningful information

If you work with virtual machines running on Azure you already know that the Overview blade was giving you some insights regarding the performances (CPU, network […]
14/05/2020

Azure – Azure Virtual Machine disk bursting is now available

Virtual machine-level disk bursting is a new feature that allows your virtual machine to burst its disk IO and MiB/s throughput performance for a short time […]
27/03/2020

Azure – You can now use incremental snapshots for your virtual machines

As you may already know, you can create a snapshot of a virtual machine running on Azure when using managed disks. While this is a useful […]
04/03/2020

Azure – Prepare for the Classic IaaS retirement

As you know, Azure Services came first under what is now called ‘Classic’ resource model and has evolved to the ARM (Azure Resource Manager) model. For […]