There are several Azure compute products that can be used in an Azure solution. This video describes and recommends when to use virtual machines, virtual machine scale sets, Azure App Services and functions.
- [Instructor] Azure Compute is a core product … and Compute is the backbone … of any Azure infrastructure implementation. … If you're an IT pro, moving into Azure Compute … will feel very natural to you and is typically … a good first step when moving into Azure. … There are four common services for Azure Compute. … Those are Virtual Machines, Virtual Machine Scale Sets, … Azure App Services, and Serverless Computing. … Azure Compute provides the following computer resources. … Disks, processors, memory, operating systems and networking. … And Azure Compute is also an on-demand service … for running cloud-based apps. … We're going to explore each of the four services … in a little bit more detail, … starting off with Azure Virtual Machines. … Azure Virtual Machines fall under the infrastructure … as a service model. … A Virtual Machine is just a physical computer … that's been virtualized … and is running on a hypervisor of some sort. … A Virtual Machine, just like a physical machine, …
- The new Azure exams and certifications
- The benefits of using cloud services
- Comparing public, private, and hybrid cloud models
- Core Azure services, including networking and storage
- Azure security features
- Planning and managing costs
- Various Azure support options
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2. Cloud Concepts
3. Core Azure Services
4. Security, Privacy, Compliance, and Trust
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