Configuring Azure VNet Integration
The course is part of this learning path
This course will focus on how to configure Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure App Service so that they are accessible within an Azure Virtual Network. In addition to the how of configuring these services, it is also important to understand the requirements for making the configuration possible as well as what features and functions are possible once active. This course will help to put all of this information into perspective.
- Configure App Services for regional VNet integration
- Learn how Azure Kubernetes service can be configured for VNet integration as well as the different networking models that it supports
- Configure App Service environments so that your clients can access them
- Solution architects
- Cloud administrators
- Security engineers
- Application developers
- Anyone involved in the planning, implementation, and maintenance of Azure network solutions
To get the most out of this course, you should have a strong understanding of the Azure portal, networking experience, and experience with Azure network solutions, including routing and private access.
Hi there, welcome to Configuring Azure VNet integration here at Cloud Academy.
My name is Brian Harrison and I'm a Cloud Solution Architect.
Let's start by doing a quick introduction of both myself as well as the course content before we dive into the deeper networking topics that we're going to be covering.
As I mentioned, my name is Brian Harrison and I am a Public Cloud Solution Architect. I've been working for more than a decade with both Microsoft and Amazon in numerous different capacities focusing on both Infrastructure as a Service as well as Application Development.
Here are a couple of links that you can use to get in contact with me should you choose to:
Here's also an email address that you can use if you would like to contact Cloud Academy directly and provide you some feedback, or you think some information should be changed: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who exactly should attend this course? It's going to be primarily Azure network engineers, but they can fall into two different categories.
The first are going to be those that work with solution architects, cloud administrators, security engineers, and application developers to deliver Azure Solutions. Those that are more operationally focused.
The second are those that are going to be recommending planning, implementing, and maintaining Azure Network Solutions, maintaining network architectures, primarily those that are going to design and develop networking solutions.
From an objective perspective and also think of this as our agenda, we have three primary topics that we're going to be covering.
- App Service and how to configure them for regional VNet integration
- Azure Kubernetes service and how it can be configured for VNet integration as well as the different networking models that are supported within
- App Service environments, which is a different version of App Services, specifically an isolated version and how you can configure it so that your clients can access those App Services
From a prerequisites perspective, there are definitely going to be certain skills that you'll need to have in place before taking this course:
- Expert Azure administration skills. You need to understand the Azure portal the Azure object model and so on
- Extensive experience and knowledge of networking, hybrid connections, network security as these are all going to be covered
- Subject matter expertise in planning, implementing, and maintaining Azure Network Solutions including routing and private access.
Again, should you have any feedback for Cloud Academy, here is the email address that I showed a little while ago and this is where you can provide both positive and negative feedback about this particular course.
One thing to keep in mind, at the time that I put this course together, I did do a number of demonstrations related to how to do specific configurations. Those demonstrations were using the Azure portal. However, Microsoft is known to make changes to the Azure portal very, very rapidly, so there could be screen changes from the screen grabs that I took versus what you may see live in the Azure portal today. Just be aware of that.
Let's go ahead and start talking about Azure App Services and how you would configure them for regional VNet integration.
Brian has been working in the Cloud space for more than a decade as both a Cloud Architect and Cloud Engineer. He has experience building Application Development, Infrastructure, and AI-based architectures using many different OSS and Non-OSS based technologies. In addition to his work at Cloud Academy, he is always trying to educate customers about how to get started in the cloud with his many blogs and videos. He is currently working as a Lead Azure Engineer in the Public Sector space.