Nov 18, 2021
Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets lets you create and manage a group of virtual machines to run your app or workload and provides sophisticated load-balancing, management, and automation. This is a critical service for creating and dynamically managing thousands of VMs in your environment. If you are new to the service this show will get you up to speed or if you haven’t looked at VM Scale Sets in a while we’ll show you how the service has significantly evolved to help you efficiently architect your apps for centralized configuration, high availability, auto-scaling and performance, cost optimization, security, and more.
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00:00 - Virtual machine scale sets intro
00:32 - What is a virtual machine scale set?
00:47 - Centralized configuration options
02:30 - How do scale sets increase availability?
03:54 - How does autoscaling work?
04:58 - Keeping costs down with VM scale sets
05:47 - Building security into your scale set configurations
06:28 - Where you can learn more about VM scale sets
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To learn more, check out https://aka.ms/VMSSOverview
Watch our episode about Azure Spot VMs at https://aka.ms/EssentialsSpotVMs
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