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The whole world is struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic and major cloud platform providers can’t stay away from this process. Microsoft Azure is at the forefront of the fight against the SARS-CoV-2 virus: it not only helps more and more people be connected and productive but also joins forces with medical startups to speed up the search for effective treatments for COVID-19. In what direction are these searches moving?
It should be unnecessary to say about the importance of calculating the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for your business once again. Only in this way you can determine a return on investment (ROI) and identify unobvious benefits. Microsoft released a tool that calculates TCO and thereby helps you evaluate cost savings by migrating workloads to Azure. Do you want to achieve accuracy and profitability in your IT infrastructure operation?
When you deploy a new Linux Virtual Machine in Microsoft Azure, you can only connect to using SSH. The reason is Linux Virtual Machines do not support Remote Desktop (RDP) natively. It means that you must allow the 22 port number in the Network Security Group. Sometimes, it can be useful to enable RDP on a Linux Virtual Machine, so in this article, I will explain how to setup a Linux Virtual Machine in Azure with RDP access that you can use for testing purposes.