Deploying a virtual machine in Azure requires a different paradigm from doing so on-premises. This beginner-level course will teach you how to plan and deploy Windows Server and Linux virtual machines in the Microsoft Azure public cloud.
At the core of Azure infrastructure as a service administration is a thorough knowledge of virtual machine deployment. In this course, Deploying a Virtual Machine in Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn how to effectively plan VM deployments, and then carry them out by using both the Azure portal and Resource Manager templates. First, you’ll learn the basics of VM deployment in Azure by using Microsoft best practice guidance. Next, you’ll explore how to deploy a Windows Server VM in Azure. Finally, you’ll discover how to deploy a Linux server VM in Azure. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of Azure VM deployment that will help you as you move forward in your career as an Azure solution architect or administrator.
Course Overview Hi there. My name is Tim Warner. Welcome to my course, Deploying a Virtual Machine in Microsoft Azure. I'm a Pluralsight staff author, Microsoft MVP, and Azure Solution Architect. This beginner-level course is aimed at IT operations professionals who are responsible for deploying and managing Windows Server and/or Linux virtual machines in Azure by using Azure Marketplace images. By the end of the course, you'll understand how to plan, deploy, and manage Windows Server and Linux virtual machines by using Azure Marketplace images. You'll also know how to deploy these VMs by using the Azure portal, Resource Manager templates, and Azure PowerShell. I hope you'll join me on this journey to master Azure Marketplace VM deployment in our Deploying a Virtual Machine in Microsoft Azure course, at Pluralsight.
Deploying a Linux Server VM in Microsoft Azure Hello, and welcome to Pluralsight. My name is Tim Warner. This module is entitled Deploying a Linux Server VM in Microsoft Azure. Our learning objectives for this module are pretty straightforward. We're going to create an Ubuntu Linux VM, and we'll do this through the Azure portal, as well as through the Azure Cloud Shell using PowerShell and an Azure Resource Manager template. We'll finish by using Secure Shell to connect to the VM for remote management.
Deploying a Windows Server VM in Microsoft Azure Hi there, and welcome to Pluralsight. My name is Tim Warner, and this module is entitled Deploying a Windows Server VM in Microsoft Azure. What we're going to learn here, we're going to use the previous module on Linux server VMs in Azure as a template. Here we're going to do the same thing, create a Windows Server VM though, and we're going to compare and contrast that with Linux deployment and connection, and then we'll connect to the Windows Server VM in multiple ways. RDP, or Remote Desktop Protocol, is likely what you expected, but I want to show you at least a couple other ways. Let's get started.