Microsoft Azure Linux Supported Distributions & Versions


Microsoft Azure ile birlikte hayatimiza iyiden iyiye giren Cloud ( Bulut ) kavrami karşımıza başka bir süpriz ile çıkarak Linux tarafinda desteklediği işletim sistemlerini açıkladi.

Aşağıdaki tabloda,Linux sistemleri ve Microsoft Azure platformu üzerinde desteklenen sürümleri listelenmiştir.

The Azure Linux Agent is already pre-installed on the Azure Gallery images and are typically available from the distribution’s package repository. Source code can be found on GitHub.

Distribution Version Drivers Agent
CentOS by OpenLogic CentOS 6.3+, 7.0+ CentOS 6.3: LIS DownloadCentOS 6.4+: In Kernel Package: In OpenLogic repo under “WALinuxAgent”Source Code: GitHub
CoreOS 494.4.0+ In Kernel Source Code: GitHub
Debian by Credativ Debian 7.9+, 8.2+ In Kernel Package: In repo under “waagent”Source Code: GitHub
Oracle Linux 6.4+, 7.0+ In Kernel Package: In repo under “WALinuxAgent”Source Code: GitHub
Red Hat Enterprise Linux RHEL 6.7+, 7.1+ In Kernel Package: In repo under “WALinuxAgent”Source Code: GitHub
SUSE Linux Enterprise SLES 11 SP3+, SLES 12+ andSLES for SAP 11.3+ In Kernel Package: In Cloud:Tools repo under “WALinuxAgent”Source Code: GitHub
openSUSE openSUSE 13.1+ In Kernel Package: In Cloud:Tools repo under “WALinuxAgent”Source Code: GitHub
Ubuntu Ubuntu 12.04, 14.04, 15.10 and 16.04 In Kernel Package: In repo under “walinuxagent”Source Code: GitHub



OpenLogic is a leading provider of enterprise open source solutions for the cloud and the data center. OpenLogic helps hundreds of leading enterprise across a wide range of industries to safely acquire, support, and control open source software. OpenLogic offers commercial-grade technical support and indemnification for 600 open source packages backed by the OpenLogic Expert Community, including enterprise level support for CentOS as well as being the launch partner for providing CentOS-based images on Azure.


From the CoreOS Website:

CoreOS is designed for security, consistency, and reliability. Instead of installing packages via yum or apt, CoreOS uses Linux containers to manage your services at a higher level of abstraction. A single service’s code and all dependencies are packaged within a container that can be run on one or many CoreOS machines.


Credativ is an independent consulting and services company, specializing in the development and implementation of professional solutions through the use of free software. As leading Open Source specialists, Credative has international recognition with many IT departments using their support. In conjunction with Microsoft, Credativ is currently preparing corresponding Debian images for Debian 8 (Jessie) and Debian before 7 (Wheezy), which are specially designed to run on Azure and can be easily managed via the platform. Credativ will also support the long term maintenance and updating of the Debian images for Azure through its Open Source Support Centers.


Oracle’s strategy is to offer a broad portfolio of solutions for public and private clouds, while giving customers choice and flexibility in how they deploy Oracle software in Oracle clouds as well as other clouds. Oracle’s partnership with Microsoft enables customers to deploy Oracle software in Microsoft public and private clouds with the confidence of certification and support from Oracle. Oracle’s commitment and investment in Oracle public and private cloud solutions is unchanged.

Red Hat

The world’s leading provider of open source solutions, Red Hat helps more than 90% of Fortune 500 companies solve business challenges, align their IT and business strategies, and prepare for the future of technology. Red Hat does this by providing secure solutions through an open business model and an affordable, predictable subscription model.


SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on Azure is a proven platform that provides superior reliability and security for cloud computing. SUSE’s versatile Linux platform seamlessly integrates with Azure cloud services to deliver an easily manageable cloud environment. And with more than 9,200 certified applications from over 1,800 independent software vendors for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, SUSE ensures that workloads running supported in the data center can be confidently deployed on Azure.


Canonical engineering and open community governance drive Ubuntu’s success in client, server and cloud computing, including personal cloud services for consumers. Canonical’s vision of a unified free platform in Ubuntu, from phone to cloud, with a family of coherent interfaces for the phone, tablet, TV and desktop, makes Ubuntu the first choice for diverse institutions from public cloud providers to the makers of consumer electronics, and a favorite among individual technologists.

With developers and engineering centers around the world, Canonical is uniquely positioned to partner with hardware makers, content providers and software developers to bring Ubuntu solutions to market, from PCs to servers and handheld devices.


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