Is there a standard way for migrating windows server 2012 r2 vm machines to Azure using Azure migrate
The standard way would be to follow the how-to guides described by Microsoft over at the official Azure Migrate documentation over here:
Hyper-V VM migration
VMware VM migration
In addition to "LeonLaude"
@Vish-1473 If it is a physical server, you can follow the instructions from this link - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/migrate/tutorial-assess-physical to assess and migration physical machines to Azure.
Another option is to assess servers by using imported data and doesn't require you to set up the Azure Migrate appliance to create an assessment. It's useful if:
You want to create a quick, initial assessment before you deploy the appliance.
You can't deploy the Azure Migrate appliance in your organization.
You can't share credentials that allow access to on-premises servers.
Security constraints prevent you from gathering and sending data collected by the appliance to Azure. You can control the data you share in an imported file. Also, much of the data (for example, providing IP addresses) is optional.
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