Microsoft Azure Howto

The REDDOXX Appliance is not yet available in the azure marketplace, but it is possible to install the appliance locally in HyperV and then upload the appliance to your azure cloud.
A short list of steps are described here.

Please contact our REDDOXX Support or Sales Team before installing the REDDOXX Appliance.

# AzCopy (Is a single binary)
# Azure PowerShell

Install-Module -Name Az -AllowClobber
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned

Installation Steps

Convert-VHD –Path REDDOXX-Appliance.vhdx –DestinationPath REDDOXX-Appliance.vhd -VHDType Fixed

# Connect to Azure with a browser sign in token

# Variables
$vhdFilename = 'REDDOXX-Appliance.vhd'
$location = 'West Europe'
$resourceGroupName = 'Development'
$diskName = 'REDDOXX-Appliance-2033-beta'

# Create empty disc with corresponding size in the cloud
$vhdSizeBytes = (Get-Item $vhdFilename).length
$diskconfig = New-AzDiskConfig -SkuName 'Standard_LRS' -OsType 'Linux' -UploadSizeInBytes $vhdSizeBytes -Location $location -CreateOption 'Upload' -HyperVGeneration 'V2'
New-AzDisk -ResourceGroupName $resourceGroupName -DiskName $diskName -Disk $diskconfig

# allow wirte access to the empty disc
$diskSas = Grant-AzDiskAccess -ResourceGroupName $resourceGroupName -DiskName $diskName -DurationInSecond 86400 -Access 'Write'
$disk = Get-AzDisk -ResourceGroupName $resourceGroupName -DiskName $diskName

# Upload disc
.\AzCopy.exe copy $vhdFilename $diskSas.AccessSAS --blob-type PageBlob

# Remove write access to the disc, so it can be used for a VM
Revoke-AzDiskAccess -ResourceGroupName $resourceGroupName -DiskName $diskName

Now a VM that uses the disc can be created.