Azure for Architects: Design a Networking Strategy

Azure for Architects: Design a Networking Strategy
Azure for Architects: Design a Networking Strategy
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 06m | 229 MB

Learn about designing a network strategy with Microsoft Azure and prepare for the networking portion of Exam AZ-301: Microsoft Azure Architect Design. Instructor Scott Duffy begins with a brief overview of Azure and a review of networking fundamentals, then discusses specific networking tools inside Azure. Scott covers network and application security groups, how to manage networking using the command line, PowerShell, the Azure portal, and more.

Topics include:

  • Azure network basics
  • Network fundamentals
  • Virtual networks and subnets
  • Network peering
  • VPN gateway
  • Virtual private networks
  • Load balancing and Application Gateway
  • Azure Traffic Manager
  • Azure Front Door
  • Virtual network service endpoints
  • Virtual network traffic routing
Table of Contents

1 About the Network Strategy course
2 What you should know
3 What is networking
4 Azure networking connectivity
5 Azure networking protection
6 Azure networking delivery
7 Azure networking monitoring
8 Networking fundamentals
9 The OSI model
10 Cloud networking expectations
11 Cloud networking considerations
12 Azure networking pricing
13 Virtual networks
14 Subnets
15 Network peering and VPN gateway
16 Virtual private networks
17 Load balancing
18 Azure Application Gateway
19 Azure Traffic Manager
20 Azure Front Door
21 Content delivery networks
22 Virtual appliances
23 Azure DNS
24 Network security groups
25 Application security groups
26 Virtual network service endpoints
27 Virtual network traffic routing
28 Networking strategy
29 Networking security strategy
30 Networking performance strategy
31 Managing networking in the Azure portal
32 Managing networking using command line
33 Managing networking using PowerShell
34 Next steps