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Azure Compute Services

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Azure CycleCloud

2021-02-22T08:25:40+00:00

Orchestrate and manage high-performance computing (HPC) environments on Azure. Enables you to provision infrastructure for HPC systems, deploy familiar HPC schedulers, and scale the infrastructure automatically to run jobs efficiently at any scale. Features Scheduler Agnostic - use standard HPC schedulers or extend CycleCloud autoscaling plugins to work with your own scheduler. Manage Compute Resources - manage VMs and scale sets to provide a set of compute resources to meet your workload requirements. Autoscale Resources - adjust cluster size and components automatically based on workload, availability, and time requirements. Monitor and Analyze - collect node-level metrics and analyze the performance [...]

Azure CycleCloud2021-02-22T08:25:40+00:00

Azure Batch

2021-02-22T08:24:16+00:00

A service that runs large-scale parallel and high-performance computing (HPC) batch jobs in Azure. Allows you to run jobs in a group of Linux or Windows virtual machines. Components A task represents a unit of computation and a job is a collection of tasks. Job priority values range from the lowest priority to the highest priority. To specify certain limits for your jobs, you can use job constraints: Maximum wallclock time - tasks are terminated if the job runs longer than the specified time. Maximum number of task retries - if the task fails, it will be requeued to run [...]

Azure Batch2021-02-22T08:24:16+00:00

Azure Service Fabric

2021-02-22T08:26:54+00:00

A distributed systems platform that helps package, deploy, and manage scalable and reliable microservices and containers. Build microservices and container-based applications using the programming language of your choice, including .NET Core 2.0, C #, and Java. It supports two types of microservices: Stateless - It does not maintain a mutable state outside a request and its response from the service such as protocol gateways and web proxies. Stateful - It maintains a mutable, authoritative state beyond the request and its response. Enables low-touch workflows to provision, deploy, patch, and monitor applications with Service Fabric application lifecycle management. Supports the deployment [...]

Azure Service Fabric2021-02-22T08:26:54+00:00

Azure Container Instances (ACI)

2022-08-13T06:55:24+00:00

Run containers without managing servers. For event-driven applications, quickly deploy from your container development pipelines, run data processing, and build jobs. Azure Container Instances is a regional service. Features Containers have less overhead than VMs and can be deployed consistently. All the dependencies for an application are included in the container image. Applications running in containers can be deployed easily to multiple operating systems and hardware platforms. Select an image source using Quickstart images, Azure Container Registry, and Docker Hub. Create a container image only when you need it and process data on-demand. You can choose to always restart the [...]

Azure Container Instances (ACI)2022-08-13T06:55:24+00:00

Azure Container Registry

2021-05-11T09:16:39+00:00

Bookmarks Features Concepts Best Practices Tasks Tagging Network Security Pricing A service to manage your container images and related artifacts. ACR is a regional service. Features Keep track of current valid container images. Registries (SKUs) are available in three tiers: Basic, Standard, and Premium. You can use the geo-replication feature of Premium registries for advanced replication and container image distribution scenarios. Streamline building, testing, pushing, and deploying images to Azure with Azure Container Registry Tasks. ACR Tasks supports quick task, automatically triggered tasks, and multi-step task Tag your containers [...]

Azure Container Registry2021-05-11T09:16:39+00:00

Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

2021-07-06T13:57:36+00:00

Bookmarks Features Components Storage Security Pricing Versions Validate Your Knowledge An open-source tool for orchestrating and managing many container images and applications. Lets you deploy a managed Kubernetes cluster in Azure. Features Uses clusters and pods to scale and deploy applications. Kubernetes can deploy more images of containers as needed. It supports horizontal scaling, self-healing, load balancing, and secret management. Automatic monitoring of application load to determine when to scale the number of containers used. Allows you to replicate container architectures. Use Kubernetes with supported Azure regions and on-premises installations [...]

Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)2021-07-06T13:57:36+00:00

Azure App Service

2021-12-08T12:04:51+00:00

Bookmarks App Services Types Deployment Monitoring Security VNet Integration Hybrid Connections Pricing Validate Your Knowledge A fully managed platform (PaaS) for building, deploying, and scaling your web apps. Different types of App Services: Web Apps, Web Apps for Containers, and API Apps Automatically patches and maintains the OS and language frameworks. App Service can scale up or out manually or automatically. App Service supports the following languages: .NET .NET Core Java Ruby Node.js PHP Python An App Service plan is a collection of compute resources needed for a web [...]

Azure App Service2021-12-08T12:04:51+00:00

Azure Virtual Machines

2021-09-23T07:17:35+00:00

Bookmarks Features VM Status Disks Dedicated Host Pricing Backup and Recovery Concepts Scale Sets Monitoring Network Security Azure Scale Set vs Availability Set How to Create a Virtual Machine in Azure Validate Your Knowledge Linux-based and Windows-based virtual machines Features Server environments are called virtual machines. A package OS and additional installations in a reusable template are called VM Images. Supports various configurations of CPU, memory, storage, and networking capacity for your virtual machines, known as virtual machine series. A, Bs, D, and [...]

Azure Virtual Machines2021-09-23T07:17:35+00:00

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