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New Training: Implement and Manage Virtual Networking
In this 8-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Chuck Keith teaches you how to implement and manage an Azure virtual network. Learn how to create a VNET by using the Azure Portal and PowerShell, how to configure a Basic and Standard public IP, and how to configure an Azure route table. Gain an understanding of how Azure handles network routing and the role of public IP addresses in Azure. Watch this new Azure training.
Learn Azure with one of these courses:
- Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies
- Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate
- Microsoft Azure Administrator
This training includes:
- 8 videos
- 57 minutes of training
You’ll learn these topics in this skill:
- Azure Network Overview
- IP Addressing in Azure
- Creating a VNET
- Public IP Address Overview
- Creating a Public IP Address
- Azure Routing
- Configuring an Azure Route Table
- Azure Network Lab
What is an Azure Virtual Network (vNet)?
Virtual Networking is a virtualization design concept that allows for virtual machines and network-connected devices to communicate on a virtual-abstracted network that is capable of spanning multiple physical locations. A great benefit of virtual networking is that virtual networks can span multiple locations, whereas physical networks can only connect physical machines in one localized environment via physical network cables.
To build on this, Azure Virtual Network or Azure vNet applies this virtual networking in Microsoft Azure. With Azure vNet, organizations can create single or multiple virtual networks within a single Azure region. For organizations who have multiple virtual environments spanning between multiple Azure regions, multiple Azure vNets can be established in each Azure region and communicate through Virtual Network Peering. This Azure virtual networking allows for organizations to maintain security and detained network configuration capabilities in the cloud while benefiting from the 'pay for what you need' principle of cloud-based workloads.