An error occurred while saving the commentjohn Franks commented
This would be really good when building a new VM as well, currently you just see the basic cost of the VM, would be good to see the REAL total cost for the VM unit including licences (esp. SQL Server) and Disks attached to VM.
Would be great is the Costs report could drill down to the individual VM and show a breakdown Pie/ Donut chart of all the component parts.
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Thanks for the feedback. This is currently not possible, and not in our roadmap. We will review the ask and post updates if the status changes.
We are working on giving more control over authentication within Point-to-Site connectivity to Azure.
We’ve moved this ask to the backlog due to technical challenges in reserving Public IP addresses during stop state.
Thanks for submitting the idea!
We are waiting on some dependencies before we can get started with this. The feature has been in our backlog without an ETA yet. for those who want to see this feature sooner, please vote for it.
Thanks for your feedback. I have added the first ask to the backlog. I will update this post for further updates on the ETA.
Currently we have auto start option for Lab VMs and we would be extending this functionality for compute VMs at some point. You can also provide an email address or webhook for receiving a shutdown notification that allows you to delay or skip the shutdown in case the your Lab VM is in use.
We plan to add the auto-start to the regular Compute blade at some point. However, if you create the VMs in a Lab, the auto-start is already available.
Thanks for the input!
Snapshot as Hyper-V is not supported in Azure yet, but we are working with the relevant teams to get something equivalent. We don’t have an ETA at this point. Please stay tuned. Thanks!
Thanks for your suggestion! The feature is currently in our backlog, but has to be prioritized with other ones. So we don’t have an ETA at this point of time. Please don’t hesitate to vote for it if you want to see it’s done sooner.
I believe your latest/current workspace is stored in a cookie, so the only way to do this today would be to use ‘inprivate’ sessions of the browser, or different browsers.
I’ll pass along the feedback to the team, anyhow.