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  • Blog Post: How to Monitor for Storage Account Throttling

    For Azure Virtual Machines, we document storage limits of 500 IOPS per disk, and the guidance to not place more than 40 highly used VHDs in any single storage account since there is a 20,000 IOPS limit per storage account. By default, each subscription can have up to 20 storage accounts containing...
  • Blog Post: How to move your Windows server VM running on Hyper-V to Microsoft Azure

    Note: This blog post comes from Manoj Sehgal, Sr. Support Escalation Engineer from Microsoft Azure team. The following blog post will guide you through the procedure to move your on premises Windows server VM which is running in Hyper-V or VMWare environment to Microsoft Azure, by uploading its...
  • Blog Post: Unable to delete VHD, “There is currently a lease on the blob…”

    Update1: Virtual Machines has reached GA on April, 16th 2013. Scenario: After deleting a Windows Azure Virtual Machine you try to delete the blobs for the associated VHDs and receive the message below: "There is currently a lease on the blob and no lease ID was specified in the request." ...
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