Learn how to configure and manage virtual networks on Azure. Virtual networks (VNETs) connect your virtual machines and other resources, forming the foundation you need to run cloud-based applications. This course provides hands-on coverage of the essential tasks for implementing and managing VNETs using either the Azure portal or PowerShell, for quick, command-line control. Instructor Sharon Bennett covers configuring private IP addresses, network interfaces, peering, and Azure DNS. Plus, learn how to create network security groups and effective security rules. This demo-heavy course can also be used as a resource in preparation for the Azure Administrator certification exam, Azure Infrastructure and Deployment (AZ-103).
Creating virtual networks via the portal and PowerShell
IP addressing for virtual networks
Configuring network routes
Configure VNET peering
Configure VNET-to-VNET connections
Configuring Azure DNS
Creating network security groups
Crating effective security rules
Skill Level Intermediate
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