Provisioning An Azure SQL Managed Instance

Frank Gill walks us through the process of provisioning an Azure SQL Managed Instance:

Once you have created the prerequisites, you are ready to create your first Managed Instance.  As of now, Managed Instance is only available in the following subscription types:

  • Pay-As-You-Go
  • Enterprise Agreement
  • Cloud Service Provider

Information about subscription and resource limitations can be found here.  I will update this with any changes.

Frank has a series of screenshots to show you the way.

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