You need connectivity between Azure virtual networks (VPNs) and do not have the time, money, or patience necessary to deploy VPN gateways. This course teaches you how to plan, implement, and troubleshoot VNet peering in Microsoft Azure.
At the core of Microsoft Azure software-defined networking is a thorough knowledge of virtual networks (VNets) and their interconnectivity possibilities. In Connecting Microsoft Azure Virtual Networks, you’ll learn how to design, implement, and troubleshoot VNet peerings both within single regions as well as across different regions. First, you’ll learn how to choose between Vnet-to-VNet VPNs and VNet peering. Next, you’ll explore how to configure both types of VNet peering. Finally, you’ll discover how to troubleshoot VNet peerings when you receive unexpected results. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of VNet peering that will help you as you move forward in your career as a Microsoft Azure IT operations professional.
Course Overview (Music) Hi, everyone. My name is Tim Warner. Welcome to my course, Connecting Microsoft Azure Virtual Networks. I'm a Pluralsight staff author, Microsoft MVP, and Azure Solutions Architect. Software-defined networking usually presents a challenge, even to experienced Azure IT professionals. This course is a quick introduction to peering two or more Azure virtual networks for expanded network access. By the end of the course, you'll know when a VPN is a better fit for a solution than peering. You'll also know how to configure both intra-region VNet peering, as well as cross-region, potentially cross-subscription global VNet peering. You'll also be able to troubleshoot peering when you see unexpected results. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn VNet peering in our Connecting Microsoft Azure Virtual Networks course, at Pluralsight.