Hyperglance has 4 options on the Azure Marketplace; 100, 250, 500 and 1000 nodes.
To start go to the Azure Marketplace and search for 'hyperglance'
You will be presented with the initial Hyperglance overview. Select 'Plans + Pricing'
There are currently 4 Hyperglance size options, 100, 250, 500 and 1000 nodes. A node is what Hyperglance represents as icons. These include Virtual Machines, Load Balancers and Virtual Networks. Choose the option that best describes your environment. Any nodes over the limit will not be shown in Hyperglance.
Once you have chosen the size a pop up will ask you to continue.
You will then be taken to your Azure console. Select the 'Create' button at the bottom.
Next fill out your desired Name, login user name etc and select 'OK'. NOTE: The computer name will be set as the login password
Next select the size of the VM. 2x vCPU and 8GB RAM is recommended.
Fill out the relevant settings for the VM and select 'OK'.
This is the last stage for the creation of the VM. Select the tick box at the bottom and select 'Create'.
Go to 'Virtual Machines' in the console and select the Hyperglance VM.
Copy the IP address and the 'Computer name'.
Open a browser and enter a URL of https://ip_address. Make sure you use https as the protocol (not http). Accept the security warning to go to Hyperglance.
Login using the Username of 'admin' and the password will be the computer name of the VM.
NOTE: To change the login password use these instructions
You will then be presented with the Hyperglance topology page.
To pull in the required Azure topology you need to add in Azure app credentials. Click on the person icon in the top right and select 'Administration'.
Select 'Azure' in the bottom left and select 'Add Record'.
Enter in the required credentials. You can enter multiple records.
NOTE 1: The Account alias can't be the same name as a Resource Group.
NOTE 2: For instructions on how to set up credentials for Hyperglance to connect to Azure use these instructions.
After the details have been entered you will see the details and status of the record. Select 'Topology'.
You will then see your Azure topology. Double click on any group to expand or contract.