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AZ-301 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Network Design

AZ-301 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Network Design


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Overview/Description

Discover how to apply knowledge of Azure Virtual Networks (VNets), Internet Protocol (IP) addressing, firewalls, and network security groups (NSGs) to address business needs in this 17-video course, preparing learners for AZ-301: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam. Start off with a look at Azure virtual network planning, recognizing which network options should be used in given situations. Then examine VNet creation using the portal and using command-line tools to create a VNet. Learn about network peering—linking Nets together through peering; create a public IP address resource; and recognize when to deploy Azure Firewall, and how to create an Azure Firewall configuration. Examine NSGs and how they are used; create an NSG and rules, and learn how to enable NSG flow logs. Learners discover how to determine P2S VPN connection metrics; use Azure Network Watcher to test virtual machine connectivity; and create a network performance monitor (NPM) log analytics workspace, and user Service Connectivity Monitor to monitor network connectivity. Finally, take a look at the Azure network topology. The exercise involves planning Azure Networking.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.2

Lesson Objectives

AZ-301 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Network Design

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize which Azure network options should be used in a given situation
  • use the portal to create a VNet
  • use command line tools to create a VNet
  • link VNets together through peering
  • create a public IP address resource
  • recognize when to deploy Azure Firewall
  • create an Azure Firewall configuration
  • recognize how NSGs are used
  • create a network security group and rules
  • enable NSG flow logs
  • determine P2S VPN connection metrics
  • test VM network connectivity
  • create a NPM Log Analytics workspace
  • use Service Connectivity Monitor to monitor network connectivity
  • view the Azure network topology
  • create an Azure VNet, create a public IP address resource, create a Network Security Group, and associate the NSG with a subnet
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    Expertise Level
    Expert