This course contains one or more MOOCs, please plan to finish this training before the content is refreshed on June 30, 2018.
"Virtual machines are the basis of Microsoft Azure and provide support for the platform’s implementation of IaaS. It is important to be able to deploy all types of virtual machines in your environment both from the Azure Portal and using Azure PowerShell. Once you have deployed your virtual machines there are basic configuration options to consider such as IP addressing, availability, scalability, and security. Also, you must know what types of disks to use for the operating system, data, and general storage. Azure provides several tools to manage the virtual machine lifecycle, so that you can monitor virtual machines on a day to day basis.
"Heterogeneous environments with Microsoft Windows Clients, Microsoft Windows Server, Linux, FreeBSD, and the cloud are the norm. Being able to run all of your virtualized workloads on a single hypervisor simplifies management and optimizes server capacity. Learn how to deploy Linux VM to Hyper-V or Windows Azure.
Learn how to run Virtual Machines on Azure using the Linux distribution of your choice. Documentation, API references, and samples show you different ways to create and deploy VM templates.
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