Introducing Microsoft Azure VMs for VMware vSphere Administrators

While running VMs on-premises is a good idea, running other types of VM workloads in the cloud offers significant advantages. Explore the Microsoft Azure computing model from the perspective of a VMware vSphere administrator in this course.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
November 13, 2017
Duration
1h 34m
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Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
November 13, 2017
Duration
1h 34m
Description

If you're a virtualization administrator for VMware vSphere, you're used to managing, administering, and the entire computing model surrounding VMware's virtual machines. You probably also agree that it's a great method of operations for a lot of VM workloads. But, today's advancements in technology have evolved to where cloud-based execution of VM workloads is an operating model businesses can no longer ignore. In this course, Introducing Microsoft Azure VMs for VMware vSphere Administrators, you'll explore some of the comparisons between the Microsoft Azure experience and what you're used to seeing in VMware vSphere. First, you'll learn how to manage some of the everyday virtual machine tasks in the Microsoft Azure Portal. Next, you'll dig into the migration activity, moving vSphere VMs into Microsoft Azure. Finally, you'll discover Azure's PaaS services that go beyond traditional VMs. By the end of this course, you'll have the necessary knowledge to extend your VMware vSphere on-premises infrastructure into the cloud.

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