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12 Steps to Build Highly Available Linux Servers in the Cloud on Microsoft Azure

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12 Steps to Build Highly Available Linux Servers in the Cloud on Microsoft Azure

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Linux is certainly a first-class workload on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, and it's super-easy to get started with Linux + Azure to build a highly available and scalable solution in just a few minutes.

Download this Quick Start Guide!

To help jump-start your skills on the steps for building Linux server solutions with Azure, I've prepared a Quick Start Guide that you can download, follow, and share with others in your community ...

Building Linux Servers on Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines


Download a copy of this Quick Start Guide for viewing offline.

Looking for more Linux images?

After you've stepped through this guide, be sure to check out our VMDepot repository containing hundreds of other pre-built Linux virtual machine images that you can quickly provision on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform.

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