English | 2020 | ISBN: 1800563759 | 298 Pages | PDF, EPUB, MOBI | 67 MB
Find out how you can leverage virtual machines and load balancers to facilitate secure and efficient networking
Azure’s networking services enable organizations to manage their networks effectively. With the Azure Networking Cookbook, you’ll see how Azure paves the way for an enterprise to achieve reliable performance and secure connectivity.
This updated second edition will take you through the latest networking features in Azure. The book starts with an introduction to Azure networking, covering basics such as creating Azure virtual networks, designing address spaces, and creating subnets. You’ll create and manage network security groups, application security groups, and IP addresses in Azure using easy-to-follow recipes. As you progress through the book, you’ll explore various aspects such as DNS and routing, load balancers, Traffic Manager, and site-to-site, point-to-site, and VNet-to-VNet connections. This cookbook covers all the functions crucial to understanding cloud networking practices and being able to plan, implement, and secure your network infrastructure with Azure. You’ll not only upscale your current environment but also get well-versed with monitoring, diagnosing, and ensuring secure connectivity. The book will help you grasp best practices as you learn how to create a robust environment.
By the end of this Azure cookbook, you’ll have gained hands-on experience developing cost-effective solutions that can facilitate efficient connectivity in your organization.
What you will learn
- Get to grips with building Azure networking services
- Understand how to create and work on hybrid connections
- Configure and manage Azure networking services
- Explore ways to design high availability network solutions in Azure
- Discover how to monitor and troubleshoot Azure network resources
- Work with different methods to connect local networks to Azure virtual networks