Introduction To Microsoft Azure: Virtual Machines (IaaS)
Cloud computing is a reality for business big and small alike. Microsoft Azure is at the forefront of cloud computing and that is why it is pivotal for Systems Engineers and Administrators to understand how to create and manage Virtual Machines on Azure.
With the power of the cloud, comes great capabilities. That being said they are still technical in nature. That is why we put together this step-by-step course to teach you from the ground up, everything you need to know about Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines.
By the time you have completed this course, there will be little you do not know about Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines, at least you will have a head start.
Introduction To Microsoft Azure: Virtual Machines
In this lesson, we review IaaS. Virtual machines in Azure as well as the different types of virtual machines we can have in Azure.
In this lesson, we review Resource Groups and learn what they are all about, as well as why we need them.
In lesson 3 we create Resource Groups and configure them so that they can be used in our Virtual Machine environment.
Lesson 4 is all about creating and configuring your first Virtual Machine in Azure.
After your Virtual Machine is created and deployed, you need to verify a few things to make sure it is healthy. We review those items and you learn how to ensure it is functioning correctly.
In lesson 6, you will create and configure Storage Disks in Azure for your Virtual Machine.
In this lesson, you will learn all the features available to you to export a Storage Disk attached to a Virtual Machine.
This lesson explores all the rich features available to you in Azure Security Center. We look at a few of the common modules you are most likely going to use most often.
In lesson 9 we take time to show you some log and metric capabilities that you can leverage when troubleshooting.
In this exciting lesson, we get to learn the nuts and bolts of virtual networking. You will learn how to create and configure a Virtual Network and then assign it to your Virtual Machine.
In this lesson, we go over all the billing components for IaaS so that you understand how you are billed for your Virtual Machine usage.
Lesson 12 gives us a change to create and configure a Load Balancer for your Virtual Machines in Azure.
In this lesson, we create and configure Storage Accounts for Microsoft Azure. It is critical that you understand how Storage Accounts work in Azure.