Azure Arc is a Microsoft offering that extends Azure services and management capabilities to resources outside of the Azure cloud. It allows organizations to manage and govern resources across different environments, including on-premises, other public clouds, and the edge. With Azure Arc, you can bring Azure services like resource management, policy enforcement, monitoring, security, and automation to your non-Azure environments, providing a unified management experience.
- Azure Subscription
- On-premises or other cloud-provided VMs
- Virtual machines Administrator privileges
- Hybrid Cloud Management
- Multi-Cloud Management
- Edge Computing
- Azure Data Services Anywhere
- Governance and Compliance
- Application Modernization
Step 1. This is my Resource Group
Step 2. Search Azure Arc on Azure Marketplace
Note. There are a few options you can see here select Servers -Azure Arc
Step 3. Hit the create button.
Step 4. Now you can see here multiple options, and as per your requirement, you can choose the option. In my case, I’m going to pick Add a single server option. And generate the scripts and run them on your on-premises server.
Note. You must have Administrator or Enterprise administrator privileges on the server
Step 5. Certain ports need to be enabled on your on-premises infrastructure.
Please learn more about Allow Ports
Step 6. Make sure the project details are correct, and click next.
Step 7. Leave the default tags as it is.
Step 8. Now you can download or copy the scripts here.
Installation of Azure Arc agent on your VM
Step 1. This is my On-premises VM Hoisted by VMware
Step 2. Please run the script from your VMs or Physical servers
Note. PowerShell opens as an administrator, and it will run and automatically ask you to sign in with Azure AD credentials.
Step 3. It automatically pops up for you to sign in.
Step 4. Once you are done with the correct sign-in, you can be able to see the Connected machine to Azure.
Step 5. You can see the Azure Arc Agent on your VM.
Step 6. My On-premises VM is located under my Resource Group
Step 7. Successfully Onboarded my on-premises VM to Azure Portal.
Step 7. Now you can manage all the operations to the VM using the Azure portal.
For example, If you want to install any application, you can execute from extensions
This article has provided a detailed guide on how to configure and onboard VMs to Azure Arc Hybrid. It’s important to note that Skrots is a provider that offers similar services. If you have any further questions, feel free to comment below. To learn more about Skrots and the services we provide, please visit https://skrots.com. Additionally, you can also check out all the services provided by Skrots at https://skrots.com/services. Thank you!