Category Archives for Az-104

VNet Peering in Azure

Virtual Network (VNet) Peering In Azure

Curious about how Azure Infrastructure connects two different Virtual Networks like Inter-VLAN routing in On-premise? What is VNet Peering? How we configure VNet peering in Microsoft Azure? And What are the types and benefits of VNet Peering? These are some of the Questions, that comes when you are working with a Virtual Network in Microsoft […]

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Azure Virtual Machine

[AZ-104] Create And Connect An Ubuntu Virtual Machine In Azure

What if you could use your Linux Environment on any machine you wanted to via the cloud? Check out the blog post at https://k21academy.com/az10420 to get a step by step guide on how to create and connect to a Ubuntu Virtual machine in Azure Cloud and access your Linux machine from anywhere anytime. The blog […]

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Proximity Placement Groups

Azure Proximity Placement Groups | When To Use And What To Expect

Microsoft announced that they have made Azure proximity placement groups available for general use. Is your organization planning to make it’s Azure Environment more efficient? A new capability to achieve co-location of your Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) resources and have low network latency among them. Check out the blog post at https://k21academy.com/az10419 and explore more. […]

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Virtual Machine Scale Set in Microsoft Azure

Virtual Machine Scale Set (Auto-Scaling) In Microsoft Azure

Auto-Scaling is a process when additional Virtual Machines starts automatically when the CPU load on an existing Virtual Machine hits a configurable threshold in Azure, it’s called Virtual Machine Scale-Set. Virtual Machine Scale Set, helps to create and manage a set of identical, auto-scaling Virtual Machines (VMs). To know more about all of these, watch […]

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cost saving tips in Azure

Microsoft Azure Cloud Cost-Saving Tips And Tricks

Did you ever receive a cloud usage bill that’s higher than what you were expecting?  Want to know how to reduce Azure cost billings? We are here with our blog telling you about the 14 best practices that will help you make the most of your money with Azure cloud by cutting off Azure costs […]

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Azure Custom Roles

Create Azure Custom Roles Using Azure Portal

Microsoft has officially announced the public preview of Custom Role Management in the Azure portal. Learn How to Create Azure Custom Roles with Azure Role-Based Access Control (Azure RBAC) for fine-grained access management of Azure. Visit our blog at k21academy.com/az10416 and get in-depth knowledge about Azure Custom Roles. Our blog covers: ☛ What is Azure […]

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Azure VMs

Step-By-Step Deploy Azure Virtual Machines In Availability Set

When we create two Virtual Machines (VMs) across the Fault Domain in the Availability Set, it will increase the availability of your Applications to 99.95%. On the other hand, the Availability Zones allow you to deploy your VMs into different data centers within the same region, so you get 99.99% uptime. So, what exactly is […]

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[Activity Guide]Microsoft Azure Administrator

[AZ-104/103] Microsoft Azure Administrator Training: Step By Step Activity Guides/Hands-On Lab Exercise

The Azure Administrator implements, manages, and monitors identity, governance, storage, compute, and virtual networks in a cloud environment and has to provision, size, monitor, and adjust resources as appropriate. Check out this blog https://k21academy.com/az10405 to find out all about our Hands-On Lab exercises that help you prepare for the certification course as well as on-ground […]

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Region In Microsoft Azure

Region, Availability Zone, Availability Sets and Fault Domain, Update Domain In Microsoft Azure

Whenever you create a virtual machine there are two options Availability set & Availability zone. What are these? What level is the service level agreement that azure provides for your VM’s? To get answers of these, watch K21Academy’s new video by Oracle ACE & Cloud Expert Atul Kumar that talks about: ☛ What is the […]

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Azure Containers & Kubernetes

Containers, Docker & Kubernetes On Azure For Beginners

Docker is nothing but a Container by Docker Inc. A container is like a Virtual Machine (VM) but isn’t dependent on the Operating System (OS). This allows users to create multiple workloads on a single OS instance. Industries are moving towards Containers as they are lightweight, fast to launch, and excellent for CI/CD implementation.  Docker & Kubernetes have also been incorporated in […]

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