Installing SharePoint 2013 on Windows Azure Infrastructure Services

June 20, 2013 — Leave a comment

  1. Session 1: Configure Windows Azure. Create a Virtual Network, subnets, and a Storage account. Create the virtual machines and empty disks.
  2. Session 2: Configure Domain Controllers. Configure two virtual machines as domain controllers.
  3. Session 3: Configure SQL Server Infrastructure. Prepare the Virtual Machines that host SQL Server.
  4. Session 4: Configuring a SharePoint Machine. Prepare the SharePoint machine.
  5. Session 5: Configuring AlwaysOn Availability Groups. Install the Windows Server Failover Clustering feature and configure the Virtual Machines to participate in the cluster.
  6. Session 6: Creating Availability Groups on Virtual Machines. Create the SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability groups and prepare databases for inclusion in the groups.

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