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This course has now been removed from the library. If you are looking to learn about Azure Name Resolution, please see our Azure Name Resolution course. If you are interested in VNet peering or VPN Gateway connections, please see our Getting Started with Azure Virtual Networks course.

 

Learn how to configure Microsoft Azure connectivity and name resolution with this course instructed by a Cloud Academy expert. 

In this course, you will learn two different ways to connect virtual networks together. The course starts by teaching you how to set up peering between virtual networks, then moves on to show you how to connect two VNets using a virtual network gateway. Once you have mastered network connections, you will learn how to use Azure DNS to configure custom domain names for the resources in your VNets. Finally, we will move on to learning how to set up both public and private DNS zones.

This course is essential for those looking to train enterprise teams since, by default, Azure virtual networks are isolated from each other and only have a rudimentary form of name resolution. To build useful networks in Azure, you will need to connect these virtual networks together. To make them easier to manage, you will need to implement custom name resolution.

This course is made up of 7 lectures with an introduction and conclusion to aid in reviewing what you have learned throughout the course.

Learning Objectives

  • Configure Azure virtual network peering
  •  Create a virtual network gateway and use it to connect two VNets
  •  Configure Azure DNS to handle name resolution

Intended Audience

  • Those looking to become Azure cloud architects
  • Those preparing for Microsoft’s AZ-100 or AZ-102 exam

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of Azure virtual networks

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