40515: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Enterprise-Class Networking in Azure

Overview

40515: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Enterprise-Class Networking in Azure training course is designed to learn to setup and configure a virtual network with subnets in Azure. In this training class, you will how to secure the virtual network by deploying a network virtual appliance and configure firewall rules and route tables.

Target Audience:

This course is recommended for Cloud Architects and IT professionals who have architectural expertise of infrastructure and solutions design in cloud technologies and want to learn more about Azure and Azure services.

Schedule & Prices
Course Details Schedule
Classroom Training*
Duration : 1 Day
Fee : Dubai : USD 1,300 Sydney : USD 1,400 London : USD 1,200 India : USD 900
March
02 (Delhi)
02 (london)
08 (Dubai)
09 (Bangalore)
09 (london)
16 (Chennai)
April
13 (Bangalore)
20 (Chennai)
May
18 (Chennai)
July
06 (Delhi)
06 (london)
12 (Dubai)
13 (Bangalore)
13 (london)
20 (Chennai)
October
05 (Delhi)
05 (London)
11 (Dubai)
12 (Bangalore)
12 (London)
19 (Chennai)
Instructor-Led Online Training
Duration : 1 Day
Fee : USD 900 (1-on-1)†
March
02
08
09
16
April
13
20
May
18
July
06
12
13
20
October
05
11
12
19
Fly-Me-a-Trainer
Duration : 1 Day
Fee : On Request
Client's Location
As per mutual convenience

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Module 1: Whiteboard Design Session - Enterprise Class Networking in Azure

Lessons

  • Review the customer case study
  • Design a proof of concept solution
  • Present the solution

Module 2: Hands-on Lab - Enterprise Class Networking in Azure

Lessons

  • Create a virtual network and provision subnets
  • Create second Virtual Network and provision subnets
  • Create route tables with required routes
  • Deploy n-tier application and validate functionality
  • Build the management station
  • Virtual Network Peering
  • Provision and configure partner firewall solution
  • Configure the firewall to control traffic flow
  • Configure Site-to-Site connectivity
  • Validate connectivity from 'on-premises' to Azure
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