There are two types of external public IP addresses in Google Cloud: Global and Regional.
If you are using a Regional IP address then you know what region it is in by selecting the region when you create it. Regional IP addresses can only be used in the same region.
All Google IP addresses are owned by Google and typically point to one of Google's business ...
That IP is announced by AS15169 which is a part of Google Cloud.
Geolocation of IP addresses is unreliable. Sometimes the correct city, sometimes the incorrect continent.
Geo IP databases are somewhat incomplete and out of date
IPv4 address space is fragmented and resold
Private transit networks take traffic off the Internet and appear somewhere far away
In Windows or Linux, you can mount said disk image. You could then access create a .vmdk file; VirtualBox comes with a tool to create one using the following command:
VBoxManage internalcommands createrawvmdk -filename "</path/to/file>.vmdk" -rawdisk /dev/sda
Windows will allow you to create a snapshot of any HD using disk2vhd. Again, you can mount ...
Simple answer is yes. You just need to make sure they can talk to each other the same way you need to make sure computers on a network can talk to each other (i.e. compatible network settings).
Re your point 1 - there are a TON of settings that can be wrong, starting with firewall settings. The host talking to the VM is a VERY normal totally standard ...
Odds are you are using LVM disks, so you need to expand the logical volume as well.
You need to run :
Find the Logical Volume to which you want to add space, and run the following command :
lvextend -l+100%FREE /dev/full/path/here
Once that's done, you also need to run :
df -h should now show the proper size
Like mentioned above, it's not state-of the art but you could do Export-VM in a scheduled task if google drive is visible from the core hyper-v, with a drive letter.
It appears you can mount google drive as a drive letter using subst.
Let me know if you need assistance with the scripts.
Turns out, there's a script extension that can grab a script from a blob storage and run that script on the VM. Store this script in your blob storage:
# Add the computer to the domain
# Domain account that will add the VM to the domain:
$domainUser = "some-automation-account@fully-qualified-domain"
Is it domain joined? If so, have you thought about AD based activation? So much simpler.
If not, I'd just install the MAK key on there instead of KMS key. KMS really doesn't sound like the right option if you're only running that VM Scale set against it.
If you look at the CLI suggested in comments
there is a flag for that there.
Silly GUI, I definitely would like it to remember what I last did. I use to do that I think in Version 5, but 6 it started changing the network info by default on Clones.
This page shows a usage ...
Droplet is same as Google Compute engine VM(VPS). differences are cost, performance and availability. Digital Ocean may have slightly better prices but less feature.
You can check VM benchmarks here. also you can check review - https://stackshare.io/stackups/digitalocean-vs-google-compute-engine
And choose right for your fit.
"Droplet" is just silly marketing speak for what is actually a virtual machine. It's probably best to avoid the term, even when referring to Digital Ocean.
Google actually refers to them as virtual machines or virtual machine instances, though they frequently abbreviate it to "VM".
Whilst not deprecated, it was acquired by AWS, and as such supports migration to AWS only. We had a similar concern regarding migrations to Azure, and was told any existing customers will be supported, but new take-ons will be to AWS only.
Whatever you want, this is mostly personal preference.
Most of your assertions of pros and cons do not follow from bare metal vs. VM; those are flawed assumptions. Both Linux and Windows can work effectively in bare metal, virtual machine, or container environments. If managed properly.
Usually, laptops and workstations are on the easiest to manage ...
1.Construct your VM with additional hardware configuration for future planning.
2.Install Cent OS with LVM Partion & SWAP (i.e SWAP = 2 X RAM )
3.Make sure minimal installation with required dependency have been installed.
4.Avoid GUI or any other unwanted heavy packages(Minimal installation may have only CLI).
5.For administration install Cockpit (...
This sounds like an issue with CollectGuestLogs.exe or Log agent. I have 2 suggestions that may work.
Uninstall the agent
Remove directory C:\WindowsAzure\Logs\Plugins\Microsoft.Azure.Diagnostics.IaaSDiagnostics
Install agent again
If that doesn't solve it, try the following:
Navigate to C:\WindowsAzure, find the most recent "GustAgent" ...
First step is to complete the migration from Classic to ARM in the current subscription the resources are located in.
Here is the guide on how to do that: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/windows/migration-classic-resource-manager-overview
Once the resources are migrated from Classic to ARM, you can move on to moving the resources ...