I want to create an azure vm instance anc access it through ssh. But I have a dual booted linux machine. So can I do the same on a dual booted machine or I need specifically a virtual machine to create an azure vm instance?


You may create Azure VMs with anything that speaks the API, including Azure CLI or various automation tools. You may access the VM over any SSH client, including OpenSSH or PuTTY. Azure docs have how to guides for Linux, macOS, or Windows (other platforms are possible).

Whether you use a workstation, developer environment, or bastion host to do this, and on which OS, is entirely your preference.

  • Okay, I will try to do this. Thanks for the answer. – Amber Bhanarkar May 13 at 14:23

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