AzureTalk-Azure Container Service

Greetings Readers!

Thank you for taking time to read this article on “AzureTalk- Azure Container Service”AzureTalk is an absolutely free, 1-hour weekly recurring session  to learn Azure! I’ve conducted more than 16 sessions till now and looking for your continued support. Every week, I conduct an online session and and this week I covered Azure Container Services.  I hope you find this session useful!

We discussed following topics on Azure Container Service

  • Azure Container Service
  • Azure Container Registry
  • Azure Container Instance
  • Demo
    • Azure Container Service deployment
    • Generate Public and Private Key pair using PUTTY.
    • Docker Engine deployment on single stand alon VM.
    • Connect to VM using PUTTY

The recorded session is made available for viewing and you can watch entire Azure Talk on  Container Service here.

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GPCsoJDxrg&t=5204s">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GPCsoJDxrg&t=5204s</a>

AzureTalk: Azure container service

What is Azure Talk?

It’s a weekly 1 hour session to cover wide array of topics on Microsoft Azure. Session includes 3 logical sections.

  • 1st part I’ll walk you through “Azure Concept Of The Week” by utilizing a deck.
  • 2nd part we do a live demo and implement what we discussed earlier.
  • 3rd part Q & A session.

These are live sessions and you will get an opportunity to ask questions. You can refer all past AzureTalk here.

Join our AzureTalk Telegram group to get answers to all Azure related queries. We’ve more than 1250 community members who readily answer questions!

If you would like to be part of future sessions, please do register at https://www.kloudezy.com/

Thank you for taking time to read my article and if you found it useful please do like, comment and share!

Cheers!

Niraj Kumar, MCT & Enterprise Cloud architect.

Reference:

AzureTalk-Azure Compute HOL (Hands On Lab)

Dear Readers,

Thank you for taking time to read this article on “AzureTalk- Azure Compute HOL“. AzureTalk is an absolutely free, 1-hour weekly recurring session  to learn Azure! I’ve conducted more than 15 sessions till now and looking for your continued support. This week’s Hands On Lab was sponsored by MVP  Manesh Raveendran. I want to take time to thank him for sponsoring Hands On Lab session! It was an excellent gesture on his behalf to help our Azure Talk community! Special thanks to Vijay Nagpal who volunteered to do screen share and show the labs in action!

We covered following topics in Hands on Lab session.

  • Lab 1: Create Windows Virtual Machine
    • Exercise 1: Create a Storage account
    • Exercise 2: Create a Virtual Network
    • Exercise 3: Create a Network Security Group
    • Exercise 4: Create a Public IP Address
    • Exercise 5: Create the Virtual Machine
    • Exercise 6: Verify the deployed resources
  • Lab 2: Connect to the Virtual Machine
    • Exercise 1: Connect to Windows Server VM
    • Exercise 2: Power Operations on Virtual Machine
  • Lab 3: Managing Virtual Machines
    • Exercise 1: Resize Virtual Machine
    • Exercise 2: Monitoring & Boot Diagnostics of Virtual Machine
    • Exercise 3: Backup Virtual Machine

The recorded session is made available for viewing and you can watch entire Azure Talk Hands On Lab on Azure Compute here.

AzureTalk: HOL Azure Compute

What is Azure Talk?

It’s a weekly 1 hour session to cover wide array of topics on Microsoft Azure. Session includes 3 logical sections.

  • 1st part I’ll walk you through “Azure Concept Of The Week” by utilizing a deck.
  • 2nd part we do a live demo and implement what we discussed earlier.
  • 3rd part Q & A session.

These are live sessions and you will get an opportunity to ask questions. You can refer all past AzureTalk here.

Join our AzureTalk Telegram group to get answers to all Azure related queries. We’ve more than 1000 community members who readily answer questions!

If you would like to be part of future sessions, please do register at https://www.kloudezy.com/

Thank you for taking time to read my article and if you found it useful please do like, comment and share!

Cheers!

Niraj Kumar, MCT & Enterprise Cloud architect.

Reference: