Deploying a Virtual Machine in Azure

  1. Virtual Network → Virtual machine needs to reside in a virtual network. This is like a home for the virtual machine.
  2. Disks → There is an OS disk that is assigned to the virtual machine. (This is used to holding the OS level data.) And you can add your own disks onto the virtual machine.
  3. Network Interface → This is assigned to the virtual machine. So all the packets of data that’s sent by the virtual machine and received by the virtual machine goes via this network interface. The network interface can get a private and public IP address.
  4. Network Security Group (NSG) → This is assigned to the network interface card. This is like a firewall. This is used to decide what is a type of traffic that flows into and out of the virtual machine.

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