Dec 12, 2022
Deploy your own dedicated servers in the cloud with Azure Dedicated Host. Run apps and services just as you would on premises, but with the added flexibility and operational savings that come with running your workloads in Azure.
An Azure Dedicated Host is dedicated to your organization and only hosts your workloads. Azure VMs run on virtualized hardware on top of a host hypervisor, and you can fill your dedicated host with different VM sizes until you run out of space.
Azure expert, Matt McSpirit, shows how to set up and manage Azure Dedicated Host.
► QUICK LINKS:
00:00 - Introduction
00:22 - What is an Azure Dedicated Host?
02:35 - Set it up
04:28 - Additional protections
05:55 - Scale sets
07:10 - Manage your dedicated host
07:50 - Cost effectiveness
09:14 - Wrap up
► Link References:
Information on Azure Dedicated Host at https://aka.ms/DedicatedHostMechanics
Watch the rest of our series at https://aka.ms/AzureComputeMechanics
Guidance for the number of VMs to run on your host at https://aka.ms/AzureDedicatedHostSKU
Watch more on scale sets at https://aka.ms/ScaleSetMechanics
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