Azure Classroomnotes 03/Apr/2022

TCP/OSI Model of Networking

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Types of Load Balancers

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Conceptual Overview

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Activity

  • Lets implement this
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  • Now access the application using load balancer
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  • Now lets add a DNS Record
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Activity 1:

  • Create a virtual network with 6 six subnets ensure the vnet cidr is 172.16.x.x and choose cidr ranges for your subnets as per your choice.
  • Now imagine you have to create 100 networks in a month, soe we need a way to automate these kind of activities.
  • In Azure we primarly have two options one is infra provisioning (ARM Templates/Bicep) and Command Line (Azure CLI and Azure Powershell)
  • Interaction Options with Azure
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  • Install Azure CLI and Verify if its working
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  • To login from the cli, Execute the Following command az login
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  • Find the Azure CLI Command to Interact with azure is very simple
  • Create a folder and the open it with Visual Studio Code. Install necessary extensions
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  • Lets list the steps for manually creating the network
    • Create a Resource group
    • Create a VNET in some location and resource group
    • add subnets with cidr ranges
  • Finding the command for resource group Refer Here
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  • Create a virtual network with name ntier in resource group fromcli. Refer Here for the official docs for vnet and Refer Here for vnet create command
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  • Now lets add subnets Refer Here
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  • Refer Here for the changes done to write the test script.
  • Exercise: Write an Azure CLI to create two different vnets and create a peering connection.

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