...by Daniel Szego
"On a long enough timeline we will all become Satoshi Nakamoto.."
Daniel Szego

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Deploying Ethereum Studio with Azure Blockchain as a Service, a step by step Approach

So let we create an environment for the Ethereum Studio directly via the azure.portal.

01. The first step is to find the necessary template under the Azure templates. Just search for Blockchain after clicking "New".

02. The first thing is as usual is to configure the basic elements of the virtual machine itself; in this case only one virtual machine as a development sandbox will be initiated.Parameters as resource group, name of the image, user access and location will be defined.

03. The next step is to select the size of the virtual machine, at the moment only one size is available.

04. The next step is to configure the additional features if the vistual machine itself, like network settings, storage account, monitoring or diagnostics.

05. If everything was working fine, we can just confirm in a brief summary windows, and purchase the machine. The virtual machine is created with the preconfigured Ethereum Studio Sandbox. Unfortunately, the Ethereum Studio license is not part of the Azure subscription, so on will be billed for that separately.

It is important to note that there is at the moment the possibility to get a free Integrated Development Environment via ether.camp: ether.camp.