Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Load Balancer

Azure 2019    |    Intermediate
  • 15 Videos | 56m
  • Includes Assessment
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In this course, discover how to create internal and public Azure load balancers, explore load balancer health probes, backend pools, and inbound NAT (network address translation) rules, load balancing rules and Azure Application Gateway, in preparation for Microsoft Azure Administrator (AZ-103) exam. Begin the 15-video course with an overview of Azure Load Balancer; then learn about public load balancer creation with the portal. This leads to configuring a health probe for a load balancer; configuring virtual machines in a load balancer back-end pool; and configuring load balancer rules. Discover how to create inbound NAT rules to allow access to back-end virtual machines and create an internal load balancer using the Azure portal. Next, learn to create an Azure load balancer with a template; create a load balancer with Azure CLI (command-line interface); and create an internal load balancer with Azure PowerShell. Recognize when to use Azure Application Gateway; configure a web application firewall for Azure Application Gateway, and configure path-based routing rules for Azure Application Gateway. The exercise involves creating an Azure load balancer.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • identify the subject areas covered in this course
    describe Azure Load Balancer
    create a public load balancer
    configure a health probe for a load balancer
    configure virtual machines in a load balancer backend pool
    configure load balancer rules
    create inbound NAT rules to allow access to backend virtual machines
    create an internal load balancer
  • create an Azure load balancer using a template
    create a load balancer using the Azure CLI
    create an internal load balancer using PowerShell
    recognize when to use Azure Application Gateway
    configure a WAF for Azure Application Gateway
    configure path-based routing rules for Azure Application Gateway
    differentiate between Azure Load Balancer and Azure Application Gateway, create Azure load balancers using the CLI and a template, and create an Azure Application Gateway

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    1m 42s
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    2. 
    Azure Load Balancer Overview
    2m 57s
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    Public Load Balancer Creation Using the Portal
    3m 13s
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    4. 
    Load Balancer Health Probes
    1m 58s
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    5. 
    Load Balancer Backend Pools
    3m 47s
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    6. 
    Load Balancing Rules
    3m 14s
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    Load Balancer Inbound NAT Rules
    3m 1s
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    Internal Load Balancer Creation Using the Portal
    3m 32s
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    Load Balancer Creation Using a Template
    2m 53s
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    Load Balancer Creation Using the Azure CLI
    3m 49s
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    Load Balancer Creation Using PowerShell
    3m 8s
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    Azure Application Gateway
    3m 12s
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    Application Gateway and Web Application Firewall
    3m 48s
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    Path-Based Routing Rules
    2m 33s
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    15. 
    Exercise: Create an Azure Load Balancer
    6m 43s

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