New Training: Name Resolution Configuration with Azure
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New Training: Name Resolution Configuration with Azure

In this 8-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Knox Hutchinson guides you through one of the most important and fragile aspects of your network: DNS. Azure DNS deployments vary based on your needs and infrastructure, and this skill will cover the scenarios you may be faced with. This skill will also prepare you for the AZ-103 and AZ-104 certification exams. Watch this new Azure training.

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This training includes:

  • 8 videos
  • 29 minutes of training

You’ll learn these topics in this skill:

  • Introducing Azure Name Resolution
  • Scenario 1: Azure Hosted Resolution
  • Azure Hosted Name Resolution
  • Scenario 2: Local Domain Resolution in Azure
  • Configuring Local Name Resolution
  • Scenario 3: Local Resolution with Multiple VNets
  • Conditional Forwarding for Azure Resolution
  • Summarizing Azure Name Resolution

Why Use Azure to Host your DNS?

One of the foremost benefits of using Azure for hosting your DNS is the centralization that it provides for management tools and name resolution that you will need for your network. By hosting your DNS on Azure, you can use the same credentials across other Azure services, making it DNS record management simpler. You can also manage DNS zones within the Azure infrastructure, instead of having to come up with your own custom DNS solution.

Should you require name resolution within your DNS deployment, Azure has the ability to provide local name resolution for resources within the same VNet (virtual network provided by Azure) or across different VNets. In a scenario where you need to allow different VNets to communicate with each other, or resolve names between two or more different networks, you can establish conditional forwarding rules to send DNS requests to the correct VNet for name resolution.

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