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AZ-103 - Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Virtual Machines (VMs)

AZ-103 - Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Virtual Machines (VMs)


Overview/Description
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Expertise Level



Overview/Description

Learners can explore Azure Virtual Machines (VMs), creating Windows VMs, Linux VMs, managing VM availability, and creating VM scale sets in this 13-video course, as part of preparations for Microsoft Azure Administrator (AZ-103) exam. To begin, you will learn how to create a Windows VM in the Azure portal; create a Windows VM in Azure PowerShell; and create a Windows VM in Azure CLI (command-line interface). Then you will learn how to create a Linux VM in the Azure portal; a Linux VM in Azure PowerShell, and a Linux VM in Azure CLI. Next, learners will discover how to configure high availability for Windows and Linux VMs, and how to use Azure Monitor to monitor VM performance metrics. Finally, you will explore how to create a VM scale set in the Azure portal, in Azure PowerShell, and in Azure CLI. To conclude the course, the exercise involves deploying Windows and Linux VMs by using the Azure portal and Azure PowerShell.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.1

Lesson Objectives

AZ-103 - Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Virtual Machines (VMs)

  • identify the subject areas covered in this course
  • create a Windows VM in the Azure portal
  • create a Windows VM in Azure PowerShell
  • create a Windows VM in Azure CLI
  • create a Linux VM in the Azure portal
  • create a Linux VM in Azure PowerShell
  • create a Linux VM in Azure CLI
  • configure high availability for Windows and Linux VMs
  • use Azure Monitor to monitor VM metrics
  • create a VM scale set in the Azure portal
  • create a VM scale set in Azure PowerShell
  • create a VM scale set in Azure CLI
  • deploy Windows and Linux VMs using the Azure portal and Azure PowerShell
  • Course Number:
    it_clazaa_06_enus

    Expertise Level
    Intermediate