Description This course will give you a basic understanding of Azure virtual machines (VMs) and how you can use them in your Azure environments. The course begins by introducing you to Azure VMs and what resources are necessary to deploy them, before moving onto pricing and the different virtual machine options available. Next, the course explores availability sets and availability zones and gives a demonstration that shows you how to create an availability set using the Azure portal. The course shows how to deploy both Windows and Linux virtual machines, and you'll get a demonstration of how to deploy and connect to each. Rounding off the course is a section on basic management tasks; you'll learn how to start, stop, restart, redeploy, and resize virtual machines. This course is packed full of real-world demonstrations from within the Azure portal to give you first-hand experience of how to get the most from Azure Virtual Machines. Learning Objectives Gain a foundational understanding of Azure virtual machines, their features, and their pricing Learn how to set up availability sets Learn how to create and connect to both Windows and Linux virtual machines with Azure Learn how to manage your Azure VMs including starting, stopping, restarting, redeploying, and resizing VMs Intended Audience This course is intended for anyone who is interested in learning about the basics of Azure virtual machines. Prerequisites To get the most from this course you should have a basic understanding of Microsoft Azure and of the Azure portal.
Download link : (If you need these, buy and download immediately before they are delete)