1.1. Creating an Azure* Account 1.2. Licensing Intel® FPGA Software for the Azure* Cloud 1.3. Licensing IP Cores 1.4. Managing Intel® FPGA Software on the Azure* Cloud 1.5. Persistent Storage and Data Transference 1.6. Hosting a License Server in the Microsoft* Azure* Cloud 1.7. Connecting to the License Server 1.8. Example: Running Intel® Quartus® Prime Design Space Explorer II 1.9. Example: Running the ''Hello World'' Program Using the Intel® FPGA SDK for OpenCL™
1.4.1. Signing In the Azure* Web Portal 1.4.2. Selecting Intel® FPGA Tool from the Azure* Marketplace 1.4.3. Specifying the Virtual Machine Characteristics 1.4.4. Launching the Virtual Machine 1.4.5. Connecting to the Azure* Virtual Machine Using SSH 1.4.6. Obtaining a GUI Desktop on the Running Azure* Virtual Machine 1.4.7. Opening the Intel® Quartus® Prime Software 1.4.8. Terminating the Virtual Machine
1.4.8. Terminating the Virtual Machine
After finishing your Intel® FPGA session, you can terminate the virtual machine. This action stops the billing, helping you keep costs low.
Note: When your virtual machine terminates, all files are lost. Save the data you want to keep in the persistent storage. For more information, refer to Persistent Storage and Data Transference.To terminate your virtual machine from the Azure* Portal:
- In the left menu, click Virtual Machines.
- From the list, select the virtual machine you want to terminate, and click Delete in the top menu.
Figure 11. Virtual Machines Top Menu
- Delete the resources connected to this virtual machine. These resources include Network interface, Disk, and Public IP address.
Note: The name of the resources connected to a machine use the machine name as a prefix.
If you click Stop instead of Delete, you save the state of your machine, and you can resume your work by restarting the machine. During the time the machine is in Stop status you only pay for the storage.
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