Learn how to effectively implement Azure load balancers and Azure Application Gateway for the distribution of web apps.
- How many times have you set up a web server just to discover that there were too many users and you had to add another server to be able to handle all of those requests? The nightmare just started, because then, you had to purchase and configure a load balancer just for that purpose. Then, when everything was up and ready, a hacker decided that it was a great day to use a cross-site scripting exploit and deface our website. In this course, we'll discover two Azure services that will help us in these situations: Azure Load Balancers and Application Gateways. With these simple resources, you will be able to load balance your workloads as required without the need for longterm purchases or costly deployments. You can also enable the Web Application Firewall setting in your Application Gateway to protect your sites against common attacks like SQL injection or cross-site scripting. Hola, I'm David Carrasco, Microsoft-certified trainer for over 10 years. I've been working in the IT field for almost 20 years with a focus on Microsoft environments and participating as a speaker in many conferences. Currently, there's nothing more exciting than the cloud and how it's enabling companies of all sizes to perform better, reduce cost, anticipate their competition, and function with greater agility. Join me in this course to discover a fantastic way to increase your Azure knowledge and how to provide more elasticity to your workloads by adding a load balancer or an application gateway front-end.
- External and internal load balancers
- Configuring a load balancer front end and back end
- Configuring load balancing rules
- Creating load balancers using PowerShell
- Creating application gateways using PowerShell
- Configuring a web application firewall