It’s now over a year since I started developing on Azure Virtual Machines and while it’s not cheap (more on this later), it’s hard for me to go back and develop locally on physical machines. In this post, I’ll go over the advantages of owning and developing on a Virtual Machine hosted in the cloud.
I’ve encountered this a couple of times and from experience, it’s usually either after any of the below: Disk resize – in my case, I increased my disk size from 120gb to 200gb Installation of Windows upgrades in the VM Most of the time you can just navigate to your Virtual Machine > Support+Troubleshooting >
Update: Turns out that the Boot diagnostics failure that I’ve been getting below has got nothing to do with my Azure Virtual machine being stuck in the “Starting” state. If you arrived on this post because you have the same issue of a VM being stuck in “Starting” state, follow this post instead. Otherwise, keep reading