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Copy a VM to Windows Azure using App Controller – 31 Days of Servers in the Cloud (Part 25 of 31)

2System Center 2012 contains a relatively new component that I don’t think many of you are familiar with.  At least not yet.  But if you saw my Part 12 and Part 13 articles in our “31 Days of Servers in the Cloud” series, you know already know how to connect App Controller to your Windows Azure account, and then use App Controller to create a virtual machine.

In part 25 of the series, my friend on the east coast Yung Chou is taking it to the next level.  He shows you how System Center 2012 and App Controller can copy a VM to your Windows Azure cloud.

“I get it.  You use App Controller to control apps.”

You’re so smart.

If you haven’t had a chance to install and evaluate System Center 2012 w/SP1, you can download the evaluation HERE.

And if you haven’t already started your evaluation of Windows Azure, CLICK HERE for your 90 Day FREE Trial.

READ YUNG’S ARTICLE HERE

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