Your Private Network in the cloud: (Part 2) How to Set up and Use an Azure Virtual Network
The Azure Virtual Network service enables you to securely connect Azure resources to each other with virtual networks (VNets). A VNet is a representation of your own network in the cloud and you can also connect VNets to your on-premises network.
Join Lex Thomas and Ryan Berry for this all demo session as they walk us through the steps in setting up a VNet in Azure, how to initiate a network trace as well as manage multiple VMs within Azure.
- [00:30] DEMO: Setting up a VNet in Azure through a VPN Gateway
- [11:57] What happens if I have two networks in Azure? How does peering work?
- [18:48] How does network connectivity work exactly?
- [22:13] DEMO: Setting up Virtual Machines in your VNet in Azure
- [27:14] How does network watcher work within Azure?
- [36:12] How do you manage multiple VMs that you want to route traffic to?
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