A series of sequential labs to take you through the basic concepts of Azure Networking.
These labs are pulled from Binal Shah’s repo, https://github.com/binals/azurenetworking.
They have been used to help customers get up to speed with the basics of Azure Networking.
Create a Virtual Network with two subnets, and add a VM to each.
Network Security Groups
Need a L4 ACL to control permitted flows? Create Network Security Groups (NSGs) using Application Security Groups (ASGs).
Using the Azure CLI
Use the CLI commands to create a vNet, a VM and then attach an NSG to a subnet.
Virtual Network Peering
Connect two isolated vNets using vNet Peering and validate routing and connectivity.
Understand the implications of transitive peering.
Deploy a Cisco network virtual appliance from the Azure Marketplace.
Understand how Azure routes traffic in a virtual network and how user defined routes can be used to change the default behaviour.