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Create a Public Load Balancer in Azure

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Lab Overview

Azure Load Balancer operates at layer four of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model. It’s the single point of contact for clients. Load Balancer distributes inbound flows that arrive at the load balancer’s front end to backend pool instances. These flows are according to configured load balancing rules and health probes. The backend pool instances can be Azure Virtual Machines or instances in a virtual machine scale set.

A public load balancer can provide outbound connections for virtual machines (VMs) inside your virtual network. These connections are accomplished by translating their private IP addresses to public IP addresses. Public Load Balancers are used to load balance internet traffic to your VMs.

Learning Objectives

In this Azure simulation, you will be guided through the process of creating a Standard public load balancer.

Exam Relevance

The skills you learn in this lab are necessary to pass the following Azure certification exams:

    • AZ-104
    • AZ-303
    • AZ-304

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