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OpenBSD en Azure

Running OpenBSD on Azure
Creación y carga de una imagen de máquina virtual de OpenBSD en Azure

From openbsd-misc:

The situation in Azure is about the same as in AWS: we don't provide OpenBSD images in the marketplaces or community images yet, but there are scripts and howtos to create your OpenBSD VMs in Azure. This might change as soon as we feel confident enough with the VM “layout” and the (mandatory) agent. But, for now, use the tools from unofficial external github projects:

For AWS:

For Azure (also works in AWS and under VMM): (create images with cloud-agent) (an alternative to waagent in ports) (test + boot cloud images under VMM)

Web Apps

Create Azure Web app with GoLang extension

Creates an Azure Web app with Golang extension, Template and Golang Extension originally authored by Wade Wegner of Microsoft

Blobs, Files & Disks

Deciding when to use Azure Blobs, Azure Files, or Azure Disks

Microsoft Azure provides several features in Azure Storage for storing and accessing your data in the cloud. This article covers Azure Files, Blobs, and Disks, and is designed to help you choose between these features.

Feature Description When to use
Azure Files Provides an SMB interface, client libraries, and a REST interface that allows access from anywhere to stored files. You want to “lift and shift” an application to the cloud which already uses the native file system APIs to share data between it and other applications running in Azure. You want to store development and debugging tools that need to be accessed from many virtual machines.
Azure Blobs Provides client libraries and a REST interface that allows unstructured data to be stored and accessed at a massive scale in block blobs. You want your application to support streaming and random access scenarios. You want to be able to access application data from anywhere.
Azure Disks Provides client libraries and a REST interface that allows data to be persistently stored and accessed from an attached virtual hard disk. You want to lift and shift applications that use native file system APIs to read and write data to persistent disks. You want to store data that is not required to be accessed from outside the virtual machine to which the disk is attached.
programacion/azure-cloud.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/27 12:55 by jherrero