Azure Virtual Network Connectivity Options, Azure VNET Connectivity Options.
Deploying and Managing Azure Virtual Machines is a 3-hour demo-heavy course that’s designed to be the “next step” for those who have completed my AZ-900 course, entitled “AZ-900 Exam Prep: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals”. However, it’s also a fantastic course on its own – and it teaches the student how to deploy and manage Azure virtual machines using the Azure portal.
While it’s been designed as a next step for those who have taken my own AZ-900 course, this course serves as a fantastic complement to really any other AZ-900 course you may have taken, as well. As a matter of fact, this course also helps students prepare for the AZ-103 and AZ-104 exam as well.
If you enroll in this course right now, you’ll learn the following:
- What a virtual machine is and when to use it
- The difference between Availability Sets and Availability Zones
- What Azure VM SLAs are available
- How to deploy and configure Windows and Linux virtual machines
- How to connect to a Windows VM via RDP
- How to use PuttyGen and Putty to connect to a Linux VM via SSH
- How to start, stop, restart, redeploy, and resize a VM
- How to add and remove data disks
- How to snapshot VMs and deploy new VMs from snapshots
- How to create VM images and create new VMs from images
- How to add and remove virtual NICs
- How to tag virtual machines
- How to install software on a VM with extensions
- How to enable VMs for Insights
- How to backup and restore a VM with Azure Backup
If you’ve recently completed an AZ-900 course, this technical hands-on course is the perfect next step for you.