Tech Junkie Blog: Linux CentOS In-Depth: Connect CentOS Deployed In Azure With Putty

Tuesday, August 7, 2018

Linux CentOS In-Depth: Connect CentOS Deployed In Azure With Putty

In the previous blog we deployed a full stack CentOS Server in Azure.  In this blog we are going to connect the server using a tool call Putty.  You can download Putty at https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/latest.html .

Follow the steps below to connect to your Ubuntu Server in Azure:

1.  Log into the Azure Portal at https://portal.azure.com
2.  Click on "Virtual Machines"





















3. Click the CentOS virtual machine instance

4.  Click on "Configure" under "DNS name"















5. Copy your IP address or write it down





6.  Open Putty on your desktop and paste the IP Address from Azure to the "Host or IP address" field.  Then click "Open"  if you want to save your settings then assign the connection a name in the "Saved Session" field
























6. You will be prompted to trust the SSH Key, say "Yes", then you will be prompted for the user's password.  If you haven't assigned a username in the "Connection" section of Putty you will prompted for the username as well.


7.  Type in your password and you will connected to the CentOS instance in Azure.




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