Azure Administration: Deploy and Manage Virtual Machines

Azure Administration: Deploy and Manage Virtual Machines
Azure Administration: Deploy and Manage Virtual Machines
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Take the next step on the path to becoming a Microsoft certified Azure Administrator: Learn how to deploy and manage virtual machines (VMs). This course is designed to teach IT professionals the skills needed to create, deploy, and maintain virtual machines, including configuring virtual networks, automating VM deployment, and implementing backups. This demo-heavy course can also be used as a resource in preparation for the Azure Administrator certification exam, Azure Infrastructure and Deployment (AZ-100). Instructor Sharon Bennett also explains how to apply Desired State Configurations via PowerShell, how to use scale sets, and how to move and back up VMs.

Topics include:

  • Configuring high availability with availability sets
  • Configuring virtual networking
  • Deploying scale sets
  • Configuring metrics
  • Automating Azure deployments with templates
  • Creating virtual machines
  • Applying PowerShell DSC
  • Moving and redeploying VMs
  • Managing VM backups
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 How to manage Azure virtual machines (VMs)
2 What you should know

Create and Configure a VM for Windows and Linux
3 Availability set overview
4 Configure high availability with an availability set
5 Virtual machine networking overview
6 Configure networking in the portal
7 Create a basic virtual network using PowerShell
8 Configure storage
9 Configure virtual machine size
10 Deploy and configure scale sets
11 Configure diagnostic settings
12 Configure and analyze metrics

Automate Deployment of Virtual Machines
13 Azure templates overview
14 Create a template from a VM deployment
15 Modify Azure Resource Manager (ARM) template
16 Deploy from a template using PowerShell
17 Configure location using custom deployment

Manage Azure Virtual Machines
18 Create a basic virtual machine using the portal
19 Add data disks
20 Add network interfaces
21 Apply a PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) using PowerShell
22 Apply a PowerShell DSC using the portal
23 Apply a custom script extension using the portal
24 Apply a custom script extension using PowerShell
25 Move a virtual machine to a resource group
26 Redeploy virtual machines

Manage Virtual Machine Backups
27 Azure virtual machine backup
28 Create and configure a Recovery Services vault
29 Create and configure a Recovery Services vault using PowerShell
30 Create an Azure virtual machine backup
31 Restore an Azure virtual machine

Conclusion
32 Next steps