Join Mike Benkovich for an in-depth discussion in this video Management tools, part of Azure Enterprise Development: 1 Governance and Infrastructure Deployments.
- [Instructor] So we've already seen…how we can create a subscription…and we explored the account.azure.com.…There are some other tools that you might need to know about…when you're working with Azure.…Probably the primary one is going…to be the management portal.…You can get to the management portal…by going to portal.azure.com.…That will give you control over most of the resources…and the subscriptions and all the other services…that you provision within Azure.…There are a couple of other ones to know about.…resources.azure.com is one…where I can see all of the resource definitions…of everything that's been provisioned.…
There's also the tools that you can get to…with Azure PowerShell, with the command-line interface,…as well as the management API.…So if I wanted to create a custom management environment…for Azure, I can write custom utilities…that can access the management API.…The Azure Resource Manager and the templates…and parameter files make it easy for us to have a consistent…and repeatable experience provisioning services.…
Learn best practices for resource governance with resource groups, policies, tags, and role-based access control. Discover how to configure the infrastructure you need by provisioning virtual machines and creating virtual networks that connect your existing data centers to the cloud. Review the Azure disaster recovery features, and then learn how to use templates and automation to provision and deploy services more efficiently and consistently.
By the end of this overview, you will better understand the potential Azure has and be able to get the most value from the cloud. Watch part two of the series to learn how to modernize your apps with application services and the Azure PaaS offerings.
- Setting up an Azure subscription
- Implementing tags and policies
- Provisioning virtual machines
- Using Azure templates
- Operationalizing a virtual machine
- Using SQL Azure for data storage