SharePoint 2016 Single FARM installation In AZURE with SQL server 2014 - PART 1


Sriram Varadarajan
Enterprise Architect
Published On :   28 Aug 2016
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We have got SharePoint 2016 (Enterprise) available in AZURE (IAAS) for trail and here we can see how to configure it. First let’s see at a very high level on how to set a Virtual Machine in AZURE for setting up a SharePoint Environment

· Login to PORTAL.AZURE.COM

You should end up seeing this page: (The look and feel of the page might different based on what you have pinned to your home page)

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· Select Virtual Machine (Not classic) from the left side tree view.

· Click ADD

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· And select the correct subscription (Provided you have multiple)

· Search for SharePoint 2016 (in our case)

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· Select the VM which appears.

· Select the Resource manager:

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Provide the respective details one by one

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You’re final screen might look something like this (this might different based on the options you have selected)

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The VM would be provisioned once you click OK.

To connect to VM

· Come to the home page

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· Click ALL resource

· Select the correct subscription

· Use the search box if you can’t find it.

· Select the machine

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· Click connect (a RDP file would get downloaded to your local machine)

· Now you’re all set to use the machine.

NOTE:

The D drive the machine is a temp, any file/folder created in that drive would get erased when your restart.

· You can increase the DISK at run time with out any down time by select the option DISK under settings.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windowsazure/jj672979.aspx

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