and we looked at other components … of objects that are stored in Azure. … But one of the elements that's really important … in having those elements communicate properly … with each other is virtual networking. … Now virtual networking is one of those things … that you configure in Azure, … but it's not necessarily required in Azure. … So what is a virtual network? … Well a virtual network is a portion … of our Azure configuration that will allow you … to isolate a group of virtual machines … or a group of services into a security segment. … So think about it as a way to isolate a group of machines, … maybe isolating them from the internet … or isolating them from each other, … or even provide better communication with a group … of virtual machines. … So think about two sets of virtual machines, … or a set of virtual machine that hosts databases … and another set of virtual machines … that will host applications, and you want them … to communicate really quickly with each other, … not have to be routed through load balancers …
- Fundamentals of cloud computing
- Controlling Azure costs
- Managing Azure using Azure PowerShell
- Implementing and managing Azure web apps
- Creating and managing virtual machines in Azure
- Exploring Azure Active Directory (AD)
- Creating a virtual network
- Creating network gateways
Skill Level Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Security Conceptswith David Elfassy2h 9m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Networking Conceptswith David Elfassy1h 54m Intermediate
1. Getting Familiar with Microsoft Azure
2. Microsoft Azure Web Apps
3. Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines
4. Microsoft Azure Active Directory
5. Microsoft Azure Networking
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