• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

In this course, discover how to create internal and public Azure load balancers, explore load balancer health probes, backend pools, and inbound NAT (network address translation) rules, load balancing rules and Azure Application Gateway, in preparation for Microsoft Azure Administrator (AZ-103) exam. Begin the 15-video course with an overview of Azure Load Balancer; then learn about public load balancer creation with the portal. This leads to configuring a health probe for a load balancer; configuring virtual machines in a load balancer back-end pool; and configuring load balancer rules. Discover how to create inbound NAT rules to allow access to back-end virtual machines and create an internal load balancer using the Azure portal. Next, learn to create an Azure load balancer with a template; create a load balancer with Azure CLI (command-line interface); and create an internal load balancer with Azure PowerShell. Recognize when to use Azure Application Gateway; configure a web application firewall for Azure Application Gateway, and configure path-based routing rules for Azure Application Gateway. The exercise involves creating an Azure load balancer.

Learning Objectives

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Framework Connections

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