Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Virtual Machines

Azure 2020    |    Intermediate
  • 22 Videos | 1h 36m 51s
  • Includes Assessment
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In this course, you will explore deploying and managing Azure virtual machines (VMs), adding and encrypting VM disks, and enabling VM custom scripts. Examine Azure VM deployment requirements and how to use the portal, command-line interface (CLI), and PowerShell to deploy Azure VMs. This 22-video course is one of several preparing learners for AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. The key concepts covered here include how to add data disks to your Windows VM in the Azure portal; how to add data disks to a Linux VM in Azure PowerShell; and how to add and remove network interfaces from an Azure VM. Learn to resize your VM with Azure portal; move your VM to another resource group, region, or zone; and redeploy a Windows VM and a Linux VM to a new Azure node. Next, learn to use the Custom Script Extension for Windows and Linux; and how to add and configure a data disk for a Windows and Linux VM, and move a VM to a different resource group, and resize a VM.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    list details related to Azure virtual machine deployment
    use the portal to deploy Azure virtual machines
    use the CLI to deploy Azure virtual machines
    use PowerShell to deploy Azure virtual machines
    use ARM templates to deploy Azure virtual machines
    save an existing Azure resource as an ARM template
    move an Azure virtual machine to another node using redeploy
    manage an Azure virtual machine using RDP
    manage a Linux virtual machine using SSH
    configure public key authentication
  • enable JIT VM access to enhance security
    move a virtual machine to a different resource group
    use an ARM template to deploy a virtual machine from a local VHD
    change the underlying power of an Azure virtual machine
    create and attach a virtual machine data disk
    create an Azure Key Vault
    enable virtual machine disk encryption using the portal
    enable virtual machine disk encryption using the CLI
    enable virtual machine disk encryption using PowerShell
    enable post deployment configurations using custom virtual machine scripts
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE