General availability of Windows Azure Infrastructure Services includes 'validation' for Dynamics NAV 2013, GP 2013

Microsoft formally announced the launch of Windows Azure Infrastructure Services today, a key step toward support for Microsoft Dynamics GP and NAV instances hosted on Azure virtual machines (VMs).

In the general availability announcement, Microsoft GM Bill Hilf of Windows Azure product marketing also noted that the Azure team has a list of "validated instances" ready to go, and Dynamics GP 2013 and NAV 2013 are already on the list.

In his words:

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Hello,

I would like to know if, and how, it is possible to install in Azure a virtual machine with Dynamics 2010 (IAAS architecture).

Thanks for any feedback,

Giorgio