Join David Carrasco López for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Azure Administration: Load Balancers and Application Gateways.
- Before we get started, there are a couple of things that you should know. This course is for intermediate users. If you are just starting with Azure, I will recommend you take all our beginning Azure courses in the LinkedIn Learning Library. During this course, you will need to use an updated internet browser to enter the Azure Portal and the Azure Cloud Shell. I'm going to be using Chrome, but you can use any modern browser you would like. If you don't have an Azure account, you can create one at azure.microsoft.com and get a trial offer with free credit. Remember that if you're not within a trial period, performing the exercises depicted during the course will incur some charges to your Azure payment on file. Keep in mind that this course is recorded with a live Azure environment, so there may be changes to the UI or the PowerShell module since it was created, but the core concepts still remain the same.
- External and internal load balancers
- Configuring a load balancer front end and back end
- Configuring load balancing rules
- Creating load balancers using PowerShell
- Creating application gateways using PowerShell
- Configuring a web application firewall