Join Tiberiu Covaci for an in-depth discussion in this video Connect to a VM, part of Azure for Developers: Implementing VMs and Batch Jobs.
- [Male Instructor] Now the deployment is done, … and as you can see, … it took about eight minutes and four seconds. … And one thing we have here is Go to Resource. … So by pressing this button, I will actually go to … the virtual machine itself and it will show me … the details about the virtual machine. … It will show me stuff like the size … and public IP address and so on, … so everything that got generated … for this particular virtual machine. … And one thing I can do now is to press Connect. … Once I press Connect, it will show me different options. … I can either use the public IP address … or I can use the private IP address. … Now in order to be able to use the private IP address, … I need to have another machine connected … to the same virtual network in Azure. … So that wouldn't be useful. … So the only thing I can use now is public IP address. … And if I press down on RDP, it will download an RDP file … on my machine, and once I open that one, … it will ask me "Are you okay to connect to this one?" …
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Discover how to deploy virtual machines on Azure and implement batch jobs using Azure Batch services. In this course, instructor Tiberiu Covaci covers the core elements of VMs necessary for exam AZ-203: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure, a required exam for the Microsoft Certified: Azure Developer Associate certification. After digging into what exam AZ-203 tests developers on—and which exam domains this course maps to—Tiberiu demonstrates multiple ways to create virtual machines (VMs). Learn how to do so using PowerShell, Azure CLI, and Azure Resource Manager templates. Tiberiu then helps you leverage the high-performance computing capabilities in the Azure Batch service, showing how to run a batch job from the portal, PowerShell, and CLI.
- Implementing solutions that use virtual machines
- Options for creating virtual machines
- Creating a virtual machine using PowerShell
- Configuring Azure Disk Encryption for VMs
- Running a batch job using PowerShell and CLI
- Creating and running a batch job using .NET