Hosting Virtual Machines in a Multicloud Environment

Hosting Virtual Machines in a Multicloud Environment
Hosting Virtual Machines in a Multicloud Environment
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Using multiple cloud providers has become the norm for organizations, as multicloud environments can improve security and operational efficiency while reducing costs. In this course, Microsoft MVP Brien Posey demonstrates how to enable communication between Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. He covers virtual private clouds, gateway servers, connectivity, and more. Find out how to install the Microsoft Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) on an Amazon EC2 virtual machine to communicate with Azure. Then, discover how to implement virtual and local network gateways in Azure to receive and send resources between AWS. Plus, learn how to connect an Azure virtual machine to a cloud-hosted Microsoft Active Directory.

Topics include:

  • Planning a multicloud architecture
  • Creating an AWS virtual private cloud
  • Setting up an AWS gateway server
  • Preparing Azure networking
  • Configuring an RRAS server
  • Connecting RRAS to Azure
  • Testing communication between Azure and EC2
  • Building an AD environment in AWS
  • Spanning AD across clouds
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Share resources between clouds
2 What you should know

Plan for a Multicloud Environment
3 Architectural planning
4 Planning considerations

Create an AWS Virtual Private Cloud
5 Create an AWS VPC
6 Associate VPC to an internet gateway
7 Create an elastic IP address

Create an AWS Gateway Server
8 Create an EC2 gateway server instance
9 Verify you can log in to the instance
10 Associate elastic IP with instance
11 Disable source and destination checking

Prepare Microsoft Azure Networking
12 Create an Azure resource group
13 Create a virtual network
14 Create a virtual network gateway
15 Update the AWS routing tables
16 Create a local network gateway
17 Configure the local network gateway

Create an RRAS Server
18 Install Routing and Remote Access
19 Install the VPN option
20 Locate the virtual network gateway IP
21 Configure RRAS VPN access
22 Add a preshared key

Enable Connectivity
23 Connect RRAS to Azure
24 Verify connectivity from Azure

Test Virtual Machine Connectivity
25 Deploy an EC2 instance
26 Create an Azure VM
27 Verify EC2 to Azure communications
28 Verify Azure to EC2 communications

Build an Active Directory Environment
29 Create an AWS directory
30 Find the directory s DNS address
31 Join an AWS instance to Active Directory
32 Configure DNS on an Azure VM
33 Join an Azure VM to Active Directory

Conclusion
34 Next steps