In this video, get a review of Domain Name Servers including the resource records that cloud service administrators need to know, such as PTR, SRV, MX, and CNAME.
- [Instructor] There are several different types … of resource records used in DNS. … You'll need to use several of these resource records … when configuring your custom domain for Microsoft 365. … Resource records are stored in the DNS database, … and are used to answer DNS queries. … They can resolve a particular host, … or provide information associated … with an object in the domain. … The most common resource record … is the host address, which is called an A record. … An A record lists the host name, … and its associated IP address. … A host or a host name is a specific device … accessible on the network, such as a web server, … or a PC, with a corresponding IP address. … There are two special resource records … which are worth highlighting. … These are the start of authority, or SOA record, … and the name server, or NS record. … The start of authority specifies the primary DNS name server … for the domain, and additional information, … such as details of the domain administrator. …
- Cloud principles and delivery mechanisms
- Managing privacy in the cloud
- Meeting compliance goals
- Cloud availability
- Monitoring service health and maintenance
- Cloud services and their characteristics
- Identifying requirements of Microsoft cloud services
- Signing up for cloud services
- Configuring cloud services
- Configuring Microsoft Intune
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Cloud Principles and Delivery Mechanisms
2. Cloud Security Requirements and Policies
3. Cloud Updates and Availability
Cloud availability1m 6s
4. Types of Cloud Services
5. Identify Requirements of Microsoft Cloud Services
6. Sign Up for Cloud Services
7. Configure Cloud Services
8. Cloud-Based Device Management
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