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Description

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.

Learning Objectives

  • 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

Intended Audience

  • Solution architects
  • Cloud administrators
  • Security engineers
  • Application developers
  • Anyone involved in the planning, implementation, and maintenance of Azure network solutions

Prerequisites

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.

Transcript

Let's do a quick wrap-up of what we've discussed here within our course. 

We covered how to set up integration with your public-facing App Service so that the App Service can talk to resources inside of a virtual network and we've done it where both the App Service and the virtual network are in the same region. 

We also did talk about how to set up a global based integration, but that wasn't really the focus of this particular course. 

We also covered the networking options for Azure Kubernetes service, specifically Kubenet and Azure CNI, as well as some of the pluses and minuses for each one. Why you wouldn't want to use them and so on. 

Lastly, we talked about how you would take an Azure App Service and turn it into an App Service Environment, also called an isolated App Service. Once it was created, how would your clients access that app service from the outside? 

In addition to the information that I've provided in the course, I always like to provide some additional links to documentation that Microsoft provides should you want to look at any of these topics in more detail. The links that you see in the deck can be found down below in the course material section of the course. Each one of these links do take you to a documentation page related to each one of the topics we discussed: 

Don't forget the Cloud Academy has a very large library of additional Azure-related courses should there be other topics that you might have an interest in. 

Thank you very much, hope you've enjoyed the course and hope to see you again soon. 

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Brian Harrison
Cloud Architect & Cloud Engineer
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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.