Learn Azure Virtual Machines
Learn VMs and get started on your Azure journey with this FREE introductory course
This is a beginners course to Azure Virtual Machines that covers the following core fundamental topics:
- Azure Overview
- Access to PowerShell Admin Guide
- Deploy Workloads on ARM VMs
- Perform Configuration Management
- Design and Implement VM Storage
- Monitor ARM VMs
- Manage ARM VM Availability
- Scale ARM VMs
This course is designed to give you a basic introduction to all the different VM types and specializations in Azure, as well as how to complete a basic deployment. It is meant to be a short course to help you get a feel for Azure and deploying some of the most common IaaS services from the portal.
Consider the AZ-100 certification course if you want to continue on to Azure certification.
PreviewVMs Overview Part 1 (5:01)
StartVMs Overview Part 2 (2:16)
StartVMs Overview Part 3 (2:50)
StartVMs Overview Part 4 (1:41)
StartDEMO: Deploy Azure VM from Azure Portal (14:01)
StartDEMO: Deploy Azure VM via PowerShell (7:39)
StartDEMO: Connect to Azure Windows VM (3:38)
StartDEMO: Connect to Azure Linux VM (2:12)
StartVM Images (0:50)
StartDEMO: Create a Windows VM Image (3:40)
Nick Colyer has over 25 years of experience in the IT Industry and currently works as a Chief Cloud Architect for AHEAD, LLC in Chicago, IL.
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