Tech Junkie Blog - Real World Tutorials, Happy Coding!: January 2020

Monday, January 20, 2020

Now that we have our virtual network and subnet setup in Azure, the next thing we want to do is create a Windows Server virtual machine.  A virtual machine is a great way to learn Azure because it's a fixed cost.  You can try different things without paying anything extra, also most of the promotional deals that Microsoft gives you should be more than enough to cover your costs for the virtual machine.

The following steps is how you would create a Windows 2016 Server in the Azure Portal:

1. Log into Azure Portal, and mouse over "Virtual Machines", click on "Create"

Monday, January 13, 2020

In the previous blog post we created a "Resource Group", in this post we are going to create a "Virtual Network" in that resource group so that we have more control over four Azure network settings.  Azure actually creates a virtual network for us automatically, but we want to have more control over our Azure infrastructure.

The following is how you would create a "Virtual Network" in Azure.

1. Search for "Virtual Network" and click on "Virtual Network", mouse over and click on "Create"

Monday, January 6, 2020

The first thing you want to create after you have an Azure account is to create a "Resource Group"  as "Resource Group" as the name implies is an Azure Resource Group, groups all of your resources in a single group so that it's easily managed.

The following steps is how you would create a "Resource Group" in the Azure Portal.

1. Log into Azure portal, and click on "Resource Group" or "More Services" depending on your UI

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