Azure Network Services

    Azure Network Services

    What about this course?

    The infrastructure as a service (IaaS) market is expected to reach over $201 billion US by 2027 (source: The focus is often on computing with IaaS, but all the computing power must run across virtual networking. This course will cover the skills and concepts necessary to build networking correctly in Azure. This course covers the components of virtual networks, as well as the services that are available for networking in Azure. You will learn how to provision virtual networks through the portal, the CLI, and templates. You will learn the options for controlling traffic in Azure virtual networks including network security groups, Azure Firewall, and firewall appliances, as well as routing and DNS options. You will also learn how to connect Azure virtual networks to other networks by using network peering as well as virtual network gateways. Finally, you will learn the built-in options for monitoring, logging, and troubleshooting virtual networks.

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    Instructor for this course

    Tracy Wallace


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