Moving Azure Virtual Machines to a different region

Background There are various scenarios in which you would want to move your existing Azure IaaS virtual machines (VMs) from one region to another. For example, if you already deployed in one region, and a new region support was added which is closer to the end users of your application or service. In this scenario, … Continue reading Moving Azure Virtual Machines to a different region

Creating symbolic links with PowerShell DSC

Background In an Azure Windows VM you automatically get a temporary disk drive mapped to D: (on Linux it's mapped to /dev/sdb1). It is temporary because the storage is assigned from the local storage on the physical host. So if your VM is re-deployed (due to host updates, host failures, resizing, etc.), the VM is … Continue reading Creating symbolic links with PowerShell DSC