An example illustrating how to use Python to manage your Azure Virtual Machines
Run image recognition from Azure Container Service (AKS) and burst into Azure Container Instances (ACI) with the Virtual-Kubelet.
Windows Virtual Shields for Arduino library
SharePoint templates, documentation, and sample code for Office 365 virtual healthcare scenarios
Virtual Shields Universal Windows App
This sample generates a list of VMs and associated disks that allows you to examine the deployed resources.
Repository with sample usage of the Azure Scheduled Events Service in different languages
This package demonstrates how to manage Azure virtual machines using Go
This sample demonstrates how to create Azure VM by Powershell using ARM API
Use scheduled events to create a central log of all maintenance (and other) events
Virtual machines in Azure are very easy to get started with. Simply provide an image for a new virtual machine instance or choose one from the gallery and you’ll be up and running in no time. Just like with on-premises solutions, there are best practices to follow when designing solutions comprised of virtual machines. We will discuss best practices for specific workloads such as identity and database workloads and will highlight the areas that Architects need to remember when designing complex solutions in the cloud.
This sample demonstrates a how to mange Azure Virtual Machines using REST API
How to set expired date of Azure Virtual Machine by PowerShell