Freitag, 27. Juli 2012 15:50
After the spring release of Azure Virtual Machine (persistent VM), the Azure VM role (non-persistent VM) has been effectively "obfuscated" and I have some difficulties in finding any documentation that can shows how (if possible) an Azure VM role can join an Azure Virtual Network.
Is it possible? any documentation on that? Any problem, suggestion and tip&trick?
Montag, 30. Juli 2012 07:49Moderator
Yes, i think so. Refer to below link:
Dienstag, 31. Juli 2012 12:34
Unfortunately that link only deal about Windows Azure Connect, I need something related to Azure Virtual Network itself.
Mittwoch, 1. August 2012 02:54Moderator
I see, currently i can not find any documentation demostrates how to add cloud service applications in Azure Virtual Network, only Azure Virtual Machine feature is available for Azure Virtual Network. So i guess this functionality is not supported so far (Azure Network is still in preview version), i suggest you post your idea as feature request to Microsoft via this link:
Mittwoch, 1. August 2012 05:09
VM role is part of PaaS. You can establish the connectivity between IaaS and PaaS either through VNET or cloud DNS.
Once you establish the connectivity you can seamlessly access anything with in the connectivity boundaries.
Please download the azure training kit. You need to download SDK 1.7 to work on these samples and labs. You can find the presentation also about the connectivity between PaaS and IaaS.
Here is the screenshot of the lab you need to refer to
Hope it helps. If you have any other specific questions please do let me know.
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