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Migrating VMs to Azure Stack HCI 23H2
Migrating VMs to Azure Stack HCI 23H2
Having established in our previous blog that from the perspective of Azure and Azure Arc, there are multiple different definitions for different server types that may or may not be in some way Arc-enabled, and furthermore having established that Azure Stack HCI VMs are their own unique subset of Arc-enabled servers, this brings us neatly into the super important question - how then do I migrate my workloads into Azure Stack HCI 23H2, and have them correctly enabled as Azure Stack HCI VMs?
Server Types from an Azure Perspective
Server Types from an Azure Perspective
Exploring VM and Server Types from Azure’s Point of View Windows, Linux, Bare Metal, VMs, AIX, Solaris, blah blah, this is easy right? We understand what different types of server there are and how to manage them right? Well no, probably not, because we’re talking in the context of Azure and Azure Arc here specifically, and here things get more interesting. Over the course of the last couple of years, a bunch of different Server type definitions have sprung up, which enable (or not) various pieces of Azure functionality depending on what the definition is.