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Thanks a lot for the help!
Yes that is correct. Our support team will handle this as if it were installed on a certified system. If they encounter an issue that appears to be tied to Azure's environment not functioning as a physical environment then they may need to request that you transition the issue over to Microsoft however.
Hi Chris, thanks for the feedback.
What I understood is that, it has not been officially tested, however, it should work normally, as if it were a virtual machine.
If I install Azure, do I still have support normally?
Thank you for opening this enhancement request with IBM. We have certified C:D for UNIX v4.3 with Amazon AWS which means that it has been through a full QA cycle. We have not gone through the certification process with Azure however so it is not officially certified. We do support C:D running on non-certified cloud service providers platforms under our general virtualization technology support statement which assumes that the virtualization technology functions as if it were a physical server.
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