Join David Elfassy for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing virtual machines in Azure, part of Microsoft Azure: Core Functionalities.
- [Narrator] In the previous video,…we created a virtual machine that has…a Windows Server 2016 operating system running on it.…Now, one of the first things that we would like to do…after we've created the virtual machine is to configure…the properties of that virtual machine.…Now, when I created that virtual machine I clicked…on the check box to create a tile in the dashboard.…So I see it right here.…So I'm going to click on my virtual machine,…and I go right away into the basic…properties of the machine.…
So I see the status of the machine.…Currently it's running, so the virtual machine is started,…the location where it is stored,…the type of template of machine or server that is running…this virtual machine, which is a single core machine…with 3.5 GB of memory, the operating system,…Windows Server, its computer name,…as well as some networking information,…which is the IP address that is…associated with that machine.…So I have here a public IP address,…but there is also a private IP address,…and we'll see that in a couple of minutes.…
- Understanding Azure subscriptions
- Managing Azure with portals and PowerShell
- Configuring Azure web apps
- Deploying virtual machines
- Configuring virtual machines for high availability
- Managing Azure Active Directory
- Creating Azure virtual networks
- Implementing a VPN
- Performing Azure backups
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Familiar with Microsoft Azure
2. Microsoft Azure Services
3. Microsoft Azure Networking
Implementing a VPN7m 39s
4. Managing Azure Resources
Next steps1m 17s
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