Learn how to create and manage a Linux virtual machine in Azure and explore deployment options such as using a prebuilt Linux image from Azure Marketplace.
- [Instructor] As cloud computing continues to gain more ground, the job of an IT administrator inevitably involves working with cloud computing platforms such as Microsoft Azure. Microsoft supports both Windows and Linux operating systems on Azure's VM offerings. I am Bhargav Shukla, Microsoft MVP for Azure and Servers and Services. And this course, I will explore different ways Azure customers can create and deploy Linux VMs. In Microsoft Azure, infrastructure is a service offering.
I will start by explaining the prerequisites required to connect to an existing Microsoft Azure subscription. I will then provide you with an overview of how to create a Linux VM image for Azure. I will also demonstrate how you can deploy a Linux VM in Azure, using a Linux image you have created or using pre-built images available from Azure Marketplace. Let's get started.
- Installing Azure CLI
- Creating Virtual Network (VNet) and storage accounts
- Creating a custom Linux image
- Deploying a Linux virtual machine from Azure Marketplace
- Using VM Agent