My first Azure Managed instance

1) Login to Azure portal.
2) Configure a virtual network.

-> Click “Create a resource”. Search for “Virtual network”. Select it and click on “create”.
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-> Provide the required details as below and click “Create”.

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3) Create a route table and a route.

-> Click “Create a resource”. Search for “Route Table”. Select it and click on “create”.

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-> Provide the required details as below and click “Create”.

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-> Open the route table once it is created, click on “Routes” and then click “Add”.

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-> Provide the required details as below and click “OK”.

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4) Apply the created route table to Managed Instance Subnet.

-> Click “Dashboard”, open Resource group “JB_RG” and select “JB_VN”. Click “Subnets” and then select “JB_Subnet”.

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-> Select “Route Table” and then “JB_RT”. Click “Save”.

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5) Create our Managed Instance.

-> Click “Create a resource”. Search for “Managed Instance”. Select it and click on “create”.

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-> Provide the required details and click on create.

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-> Your first instance will take close to 24 hours to complete as advised in the message.

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-> Click on resource group “JB_RG” and then click on Deployments as shown below,

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-> Select the “Managed Instance” that is getting deployed and you will see the below screen.

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-> Still getting deployed..

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-> It finished finally after 33 hours.

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-> This is the portal view after Managed instance is built,

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I created my first managed instance using this article and blogged here.
Other articles related to Managed Instance can be found here.

Thank You,
Vivek Janakiraman

Disclaimer:
The views expressed on this blog are mine alone and do not reflect the views of my company or anyone else. All postings on this blog are provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights.

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