Getting Started with Azure IaaS and Availability Zones
Lab
Beginner
1 h 30 m
2020-09-03
Lab Overview
In this lab, you will create a simple deployment comprising two Azure virtual machines behind an internet-facing Azure load balancer. The virtual machines are connected to a virtual network with a network security group used to control network access. They are deployed to separate availability zones within an Azure region, for high availability.

Related Learning Path(s):
Azure Solutions Architect Expert (AZ 303 and AZ 304)
Exercises
In this exercise, you will log in to the Azure subscription provided by the Skill Me Up lab environment, using the LabVM virtual machine.
In this exercise, you will create the virtual network that your virtual machines will reside in for this lab.
In this exercise, you will learn how to extend an Azure Virtual Network by adding another subnet to it.
In this exercise, you will deploy a virtual machine in a virtual network. The virtual machine uses network security groups to only allow web traffic for security purposes and is deployed into an availability zone.
In this exercise, you will deploy a second virtual machine in the same virtual network using the same network security group as the first VM. This VM will be placed into a different availability zone, for high availability.
In this exercise, you will install the Internet Information Server (IIS) web server on the two virtual machines and modify the default HTML returned so you can validate load balancing in a later exercise.
In this exercise, you will create a new load balancer to be used to distribute HTTP/Web traffic to the two virtual machines.
In this exercise, you will configure the load balancer to distribute HTTP/WEB traffic to the two virtual machines.
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