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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