Azure virtual machines

Virtual Machines (VM) in Azure are like Amazon EC2s. To launch an instance, we have to know which VM image we want to launch. We can use the az vm image list command to list a set of images that we can use. In the following example, we'll use a CentOS image:

# az vm image list --output tableYou are viewing an offline list of images, use --all to retrieve an up-to-date listOffer Publisher Sku Urn UrnAlias Version------------- ---------------------- ------------------ -----------------------------------------CentOS OpenLogic 7.5 OpenLogic:CentOS:7.5:latest CentOS latestCoreOS CoreOS Stable CoreOS:CoreOS:Stable:latest CoreOS latestDebian credativ 8 credativ:Debian:8:latest Debian latestopenSUSE-Leap SUSE 42.3 SUSE:openSUSE-Leap:42.3:latest ...

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