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Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Load Balancing

Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Load Balancing


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Overview/Description

Explore standard Azure load balancers and Azure Application Gateway to improve web application performance in this 7-video course, helping prepare learners for the AZ-300: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam. This course examines how management of back-end virtual machines is enabled through load balancer inbound NAT (network address translation) rules, and you will learn how to configure NAT rules. You will explore how the Azure Load Balancer takes incoming client requests or app traffic, and evenly distributes it against a pool of servers running in the background, which improves application performance and resiliency against server failure. You will learn to configure a public load balancer for public-facing apps. Next, learn how to deploy a load balancer using Azure portal, and how to deploy a load balancer from an ARM (Azure Resource Manager). You will learn to use Azure Application Gateway as a load balancer. Finally, the course demonstrates how to enable inbound NAT rules.



Expected Duration (hours)
0.3

Lesson Objectives

Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Load Balancing

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how Azure load balancers are implemented
  • deploy a load balancer using the portal
  • deploy a load balancer using an ARM template
  • enable inbound back-end server management using inbound NAT rules
  • recognize how Application Gateway differs from Azure load balancers
  • summarize the key concepts of this course
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    Expertise Level
    Expert