Infrastructure as a Service Solutions with Azure [Video]
Microsoft Azure’s Infrastructure as a Service provides users with the flexibility and freedom required for scaling and automating their virtual machines on demand for powerful cloud management. This video tutorial takes you through the core of Infrastructure as a Service with Microsoft Azure, and equips you with the practical know how to manage various Azure Services for effective business over the cloud.
You’ll dive into Subscription and Resource Management in Azure, and learn to work with various resource groups and policies through the Azure Portal. You’ll explore Azure Storage services, and employ various storage options for your Virtual Machines that work best for your business.
You’ll also explore Azure Networking, set up your Virtual Networks, control network traffic with the help of Azure Traffic Manager and Security Groups, and host your domain name server with Azure DNS. Finally, you’ll learn to leverage Azure Compute, work with Azure Virtual Machines, and download specialized Virtual Machines from the Azure Marketplace as per your business requirements.
By the end of this tutorial, you’ll be ready to leverage different services core to Azure IaaS, enabling your business to thrive over the cloud.Style and Approach
A mastering-level course that dives deep into the core and new functionalities of Azure.
|Course Length||8 hours 14 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||30 Nov 2017|
|Subscriptions and Default Access|
|Azure Portal and What’s Available Out of the Box? – Part One|
|Azure Portal and What’s Available Out of the Box? – Part Two|
|Azure Portal and What’s Available Out of the Box? – Part Three|
|Managing Resources with Resource Groups and Tags|
|Securing Azure Resources|
|Governing Azure Resources|
|Scripting Groups and Tags|
|Networking, Subnets, Gateways, and Peering – Part One|
|Networking, Subnets, Gateways, and Peering – Part Two|
|Controlling and Balancing User Traffic – Part One|
|Controlling and Balancing User Traffic – Part Two|
|Controlling and Balancing User Traffic – Part Three|
|NIC Cards and Addressing|
|Securing Network Traffic|
|Domain Services in Azure|
|Managing and Monitoring Azure Networking|
|Scripting Network Resources|