Right now you cannot resize your VHD-disks once attached to a VM directly from the portal. Edit should be possible to at least increase the size of VHD-disks on demand.195 votesplanned · AdminAzure IaaS Engineering Team (Azure IaaS Engineering Team, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure) responded
Currently you can increase the size of a disk when the VM is in the stop-deallocated state. We are also working on a solution where a disk can be increased in size while attached to a running VM.
There needs to be an email sent when a VM is rebooted. You can do that now if the processor on the VM goes above a certain threshold.8 votes
We do plan to add support to indicate when a VM has rebooted in the operation logs. We will investigate whether to also add support for emailing in this situation but i like the idea.
The Marketplace contains a gallery item to create a SharePoint Server Farm. Can the items (scripts/extensions/etc) that are used to create this be shared as a sample that we start with to build our own custom SharePoint Server Farm solutions on top of?1 vote
We will do this, later in 2015.
A Dynamics AX machine (the usual demo machine) could be really useful!1 vote
Great feedback. We plan to add something like this, although the timeline isn’t clear.
When creating new Virtual Machines from Gallery (Standard Windows 2012 R2 Datacenter)
On Page 3 there is a problem attaching the new VM's to a Virtual Network.
But if I change the Cloud service (DDL) to an existing Cloud service, the Network information is displayed. After that I can change it back to auto generate a new Cloud Service. But keep my Virtual Network configuration.
It would be nice if the Virtual Network where visible from the beginning when creating many virtual machines in a network.
See screendumps that is attached.
Tobias Jonsson1 vote
We will take a look. Thanks!
Allow to manage (add/edit/change endpoints) to the default presented endpoint list. Example I from time to time need to enable special endpoints times in a repetitive manner. this will allow save my settings in the cloud and avoid me to keep a record of the settings I use.
A option to reset to default will be also handy.1 voteplanned · AdminAzure IaaS Engineering Team (Azure IaaS Engineering Team, Microsoft, Microsoft Azure) responded
We plan to enable this type of repeatable updates in a future release.
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