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Integrate on-premises network with Azure virtual network, Monitor and Manage Networking.

What you will learn

Introduction to Networking

Introduction To VNet

Understanding IP Address space

Creating VNet and Subnet

Creating NSG and Rules NSG Rules in Action

Application Security Group

Public and Private DNS Zone

Description

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Azure Virtual Network is a service that provides the fundamental building block for your private network in Azure. An instance of the service (a virtual network) enables many types of Azure resources to securely communicate with each other, the internet and on-premises networks. These Azure resources include virtual machines (VMs).

A virtual network is similar to a traditional network that you’d operate in your own data center. However, it brings extra benefits to the Azure infrastructure, such as scale, availability, and isolation.

Configure and Manage Azure Virtual Networks

Overview of Azure Networking

Virtual Network Benefits

Understanding Network Resources

Implement and manage virtual networking

Create a VNet using Azure Portal

Create a Subnet

Configure private and public IP addresses

Create a Network Interface Card with public and private IP addresses

Create a Virtual Machine

Setup Network Security Group

Create security rules

Associate NSG to a subnet or network interface

Identify required ports

Evaluate effective security rules


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Application Security Groups

Understanding Azure DNS

Configure Azure DNS

DNS Zones

DNS Records and Record Sets

DNS Resolution

Network Routing Table

System Routes

User Defined Routes

Creating User-Defined Route Table

Create and Associate Route

Create connectivity between virtual networks

Overview

Create a Point-to-site VPN

Create and configure VNET to VNET

Verify virtual network connectivity

Create and Configure VNET peering

Thank You

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Content

Azure Virtual Network

Introduction to Networking
Introduction To VNet
Understanding IP Address space
Creating VNet and Subnet
Creating NSG and Rules
NSG Rules in Action
Advanced NSG Features
Application Security Group
Azure Bastion
User-Defined Route Table
Public and Private DNS Zone