App Controller provides a unified console that helps you manage public clouds and private clouds, as well as cloud-based virtual machines and services.
When you have installed Microsoft System Center 2012 SP1 APP Controller, you can install your Windows Azure subscription for managing your public cloud virtual services.
Here you can find the step-by-step installation managing your Windows Azure certificate for System Center 2012 SP1 APP Controller
From here you are ready to deploy for example an virtual machine in Windows Azure, here is the step-by-step deployment :
Login screen App Controller
The Deployment wizard will help you step-by-step beginning with Cloud Configure…
Here we select the Windows Azure Cloud for the new virtual machine.
Mountainss Public Cloud is selected, go to the next step Deployment Type select an item…
Here you see the Library of Windows Azure and I will deploy a Windows Server 2012 image.
Configure Cloud Service
Here you can create a new Cloud Service also, but I use Mountainss and Click OK
Give the VirtualMachine a Name and Choose an Instance size with an Availability set.
Select the Storage pool in Windows Azure
For storage I created a new extra ” Cluster Disk” to the Virtual Machine
Select Subnet and configure your public ports
Set here your administrator credentials
From here we are ready to deploy the Virtual Machine into Microsoft Windows Azure
System Center 2012 SP1 APP Controller is deploying the VM into Windows Azure
The Virtual Machine is deployed and running in Windows Azure
Connect the Virtual Machine with Remote Desktop
You Can see with Server Manager from the VM the Extra ” Cluster Disk ” we made with System Center 2012 SP1 APP Controller wizard
In the Windows Azure Management Portal you see your new VM.
In a view minutes your VM is deployed with System Center 2012 SP1 APP Controller and running in Windows Azure
Here you see the deployed Cloud Services in System Center 2012 SP1 APP Controller