Create a Windows Azure Network using PowerShell (31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud–Part 19 of 31)

My colleague Kevin Remde gives us part 19 of the 31 Days of Windows Servers (VMs) in the Cloud Series where he outlines how to Create a Windows Azure Network using PowerShell.  This article essentially gives you the PowerShell step-by-step to connect your on-premise network to Windows Azure, just like my previous post on this exact topic.  This fantastic post lets you accomplish the same results, but doing so all at the command line.

STEP 1 – Sign up for a FREE 90 Day Trial Windows Azure account and start your journey to learning

STEP 2 – Download an evaluation copy of System Center 2012 SP1 for your lab to get familiar with App Controller and the other components of System Center 2012

STEP 3 – Sign up for a FREE Microsoft Virtual Academy eLearning account to take FREE TRAINING on Windows Azure and System Center 2012 SP1 at your own pace

STEP 4 – Catch up on this blog series on Windows Azure IaaS by remembering the shortened URL and come back at your leisure

The direct link to this blog article is here


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