Join Sharon Bennett for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise Files, part of Microsoft Azure: Create and Manage Virtual Machines.
- [Sharon] Feel free to download and use the exercise files that were used in this course. Folders are organized by chapter and movie. You can also create your own assets and follow along. If you opt to follow along, your exercise folder contents will be slightly different than mine were. For example, in chapter two, I have the Remote Desktop client icons for the two virtual machines that I will be using named Web1 and Web2 in the exercise folder. You can easily replicate a similar structure by copying the rdp application that is generated when you connect to an Azure virtual machine via the portal.
You can move or copy these applications to the best location for you, whether it's in the exercise folder itself, your desktop, or any other location on your system.
- Creating a Windows virtual machine
- Deploying a Linux virtual machine
- Using PowerShell for creating a Windows VM
- Configuring extensions
- Enabling remote debugging
- Configuring shared storage
- Configuring disk storage
- Working with Azure Disk Encryption
- Monitoring and creating VM alerts
- Configuring diagnostic and storage monitoring
- Creating availability sets
- Combining the load balancer with availability sets
- Scaling up and scaling down VM sizes
- Creating and modifying VM scale sets