NodeSource N|Solid on Azure
Azure is a comprehensive set of cloud services that developers and IT professionals use to build, deploy, and manage applications through a global network of datacenters. Deploy your N|Solid instances to Azure for cloud access to the only Node.js platform built for mission-critical applications.
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Getting Started with N|Solid on Azure
Follow these steps to use the Resource Manager templates in
- Make a copy of our N|Solid VHDs into your own account for use in the templates.
$ az storage blob copy start --destination-blob nsolid-runtime-disk --destination-container <your-storage-container> --source-uri https://nsoliddisks.blob.core.windows.net/system/Microsoft.Compute/Images/nsolid/�3.4.6-runtime-osDisk.6c6deec0-6a49-4ff4-81ee-1219aae6785b.vhd --account-name <your-storage-account-name>
$ az storage blob copy start --destination-blob nsolid-console-disk --destination-container <your-storage-container> --source-uri https://nsoliddisks.blob.core.windows.net/system/Microsoft.Compute/Images/nsolid/3.4.6-console-osDisk.032411ee-ab41-4555-ba6a-f388f2667782.vhd --account-name <your-storage-account-name>
Find the template you want to run in the
/templatesfolder, then click the Deploy to Azure button. This will open up a Custom Deployment in Azure Resource Manager in your own account.
Fill in the required parameters with your VHD URI's created in step 1.
Select either an existing Resource Group or create a new one.
Set the location to "West US".
Agree to the Terms and Conditions.
Click the Purchase button.
N|Solid Image List for Azure
You can also use our N|Solid Images for your own projects. See IMAGE-LIST.md for a full list of Image IDs.