You need public IP addresses to make infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) resources in Microsoft Azure available on the public Internet. This course teaches you how to plan, implement, and troubleshoot public IP addresses for Azure virtual machines.
At the core of Azure infrastructure as a service (IaaS) disaster recovery is a thorough knowledge of Azure virtual machine (VM) backup. In Backing Up Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn how to back up and restore VMs running in Azure. First, you’ll learn how to use Azure VM Backup to back up Windows Server and Linux VMs running in Azure. Next, you’ll explore the many types of restore options available in Azure. Finally, you’ll discover how to retrieve individual files and folders from VM backup restore points. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of Azure VM backup and recovery that will help you as you move forward to become a more effective Microsoft Azure administrator.
Course Overview Hi there. My name is Tim Warner. Welcome to my course, Backing Up Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure. I'm a Pluralsight staff author, Microsoft MVP, and Azure Solutions Architect. This beginner‑level course is aimed at IT operations professionals who are responsible for providing disaster recovery for Windows Server and/or Linux virtual machines running in Azure. By the end of the course, you'll know how to back up and restore VMs in Azure. You'll understand how to restore virtual hard disks, as well as individual file and folder resources from VM restore points. I hope you'll join me on this journey to master Azure VM disaster recovery in our Backing Up Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure course, at Pluralsight.