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Azure IaaS services like Virtual Machines, Vnets and StorageAzure PaaS services like Web Apps and Azure SQLAzure ServicesMicrosoft Azure provides cloud services for accomplishing various tasks and functions across the IT spectrum and those services can be organized into several broad categories.Compute and Networking ServicesStorage and Backup ServicesIdentify and Access Management ServicesApplication ServicesData and Analytics ServicesMedia and Content Delivery ServicesCompute and Networking ServicesVirtual MachinesAzure RemoteAppAzure Cloud ServicesAzure Virtual NetworksAzure ExpressRouteTraffic ManagerStorage and Backup ServicesAzure StorageAzure Import/Export ServiceAzure BackupAzure Site RecoveryIdentify and Access Management ServicesAzure Active DirectoryAzure Multi-Factor AuthenticationApplication ServicesAzure App ServicesAPI ManagementNotification HubsEvent HubsData and Analytics ServicesSQL DatabaseHDInsight�Azure Redis CacheAzure Machine LearningDocumentDBAzure SearchMedia and Content Delivery ServicesAzure Media ServicesAzure CDNAzure Service Bus----Azure ResourcesAzure Marketplace - an online applications and services marketplace that offers,VM images and extensionsAPIs and ApplicationsMachine Learning and Data servicesVM Depot - a community-based catalog of open source virtual machine images that can be deployed directly from Azure.GitHub - a web-based Git repository that is free to use for public and open source projects.
Azure Trust Center - offers guidelines for integrated security monitoring and policy management across Azure subscriptions. Also, it provides data security & data privacy guidelines essential to comply with regulatory controls. Azure SubscriptionsAzure is a subscription-based service. You need to sign up for using any service.You can purchase Azure through a number of different licensing options based on your business need. There are no upfront costs and you only pay for what you use.Azure Deployment ModelsAzure Service Management Model (ASM) using Classic Portal. This was the first approach that was introduced by Microsoft. Here the resources are coupled and can be deployed using ASM PowerShell Module.Azure Resource Management Model (ARM) using New Portal. The resources are decoupled and hence can be configured independently. JSON templates provide simple orchestration and rollback functions. They have their own ARM PowerShell Module as well.NSG Rule PropertiesName - is a unique identifier for the rule.Direction - specifies whether the traffic is inbound or outbound.Priority - If multiple rules match the traffic, rules with higher priority apply.Access - specifies whether the traffic is allowed or denied.Source IP address prefix - identifies from where traffic originates.