buy testing and production environment Azure VM

Category: azure vm

Question

Pandi Murugan on Wed, 07 Dec 2016 06:31:18


We want to buy azure vm for application test and production hosts. is there any azure package/offer available to buy together? or do we need to buy separate VMs?

Thanks,

Pandi

Replies

Jason_ye on Wed, 07 Dec 2016 08:23:03


Hi,

Azure is pay for what you use each mouth, so you can buy a subscription to deploy your VMs in Azure.

The number of your Virtual Machines depend on your needs, you can create and delete VMs by youself.

More details please connect to the Azure sales.

If you still have questions, welcome to post back here. Thanks.

Best Regards,

AjayKumar-MSFT on Wed, 07 Dec 2016 14:50:23


Hello Pandi,

Thank you for posting here!

When you provision development and test environments in Microsoft Azure, you only pay for the resources you use. The documentation below explains how quickly and consistently you can create, maintain, and delete development and test environments using Azure Resource Manager templates and parameter files, kindly check the documentation below for more details on this:

Development and test environments in Microsoft Azure

Designed for the needs of teams of Visual Studio subscribers, the Pay-As-You-Go Dev/Test offer allows you to quickly get your team up and running with dev/test environments in the cloud using pre-configured virtual machines, including Windows 10, and low rates on virtual machines, Cloud Services, HDInsight, and Web Apps. For more details please check the documentation below:

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/offers/ms-azr-0023p/

Estimate your expected monthly bill using our Pricing Calculator and track your actual account usage and bill at any time using the billing portal. Setup automatic email billing alerts to be notified if your spend goes above an amount you configure.

Hope this helps!

Regards,
Ajay

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