Identify workloads that can and cannot be deployed in Azure

Supported
Microsoft BizTalk Server Windows Server
Microsoft Dynamics AX Active Directory Certificate Services
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Active Directory Domain Services
Microsoft Dynamics GP Active Directory Federation Services
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services
Microsoft Exchange Application Server
Microsoft Forefront Identity Manager DNS Server
Microsoft HPC Pack Failover Clustering *
Microsoft Project Server File Services
Microsoft SharePoint Server Network Policy and Access Services
Microsoft SQL Server Print and Document Services
Microsoft System Center Remote Desktop Services ***
Microsoft Team Foundation Server Web Server (IIS)
Windows Server Update Service
Non Supported
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server
Hyper-V
Rights Management Services
Windows Deployment Services
The following significant features are not supported:
BitLocker Drive Encryption (on the operating system hard disk, may be used on data disks)
Internet Storage Name Server
Multipath I/O
Network Load Balancing
Peer Name Resolution Protocol
RRAS
DirectAccess
SNMP Services
Storage Manager for SANs
Windows Internet Name Service
Wireless LAN Service

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2721672/microsoft-server-software-support-for-microsoft-azure-virtual-machines

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Author: MStechJi

IT professional with 8.5 years of experience in providing Remote Infrastructure Support in Windows Server environment including MS Azure. Intent to increase my knowledge and experience and share some tips and tricks I’ve learnt along the way.

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