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Both Public and Private IP Address can be assigned through DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).Dynamic IP is allocated by default to the VM from the subnet via DHCP. When VM is started/stopped, the IP may be released/renewed based on the DHCP lease.Static IP can be allocated to a VM, which is only released when the VM is deleted.VNet Components - NSGsNetwork Security Groups (NSGs) allow or deny traffic (through a rule base), to either a network interface or a subnet. ***By default the outbound and inbound rules include an implied deny all***.NSGs are stateful, meaning that the TCP sequence numbers are checked in additionto checking if the connection is already established.Network Services - Load balancingAzure provides three different load balancing solutions:Azure Traffic Manager: DNS is used to direct traffic to the necessary destination. There are three destination selection methods - failover, performance or round robin.Azure Load Balancer: Performs L4 load balancing within a Virtual Network. Currently only supports round robin distribution.Azure Application Gateway: Performs L7 load balancing. Supports HTTP request based load balancing, SSL Termination, and cookie-based persistence.DNS name resolution - Built-in (default) and support for custom (customer-owned)DNS.Routing Tables - Azure provides user defined routes and forced tunneling
methods.Intersite Connectivity - MethodsThere are two types of gateways.VPN - Traffic is encrypted within the endpoints by the following modes:Site-to-Site - Traffic is secured using IPSEC/IKE between two VPN gateways, for example between Azure and an on-premise firewall.Point-to-Point - Via a VPN client, a user connects to Azure, and traffic is encrypted using TLS (Transport Layer Security).VNet-to-VNet - Traffic is secured between two Virtual Networks using IPSEC/IKE.Express Route - It provides a dedicated peered connection into Azure.Azure Storage ServicesAzure Storage offers four storage types.Blob Storage - for unstructured object data like images, videos, documents, etc.Table Storage - a NoSQL key attribute data store for structured datasets.Queue Storage - for storing a large number of messages. (***Example***: Creatingbacklog requests to be processed asynchronously OR for passing messages between various components.)File Storage - shared storage for sharing files across application components via File service REST API.------------------------The new Azure Portal is accessed using ___________. https:\\portal.azure.comYou can view the latest data center map and Pay as You Go subscription information in (the) ________? Azure Dash BoardWhich of the following is the older service management model, where cloud services contain your cloud resources? Classic PortalHigh-availability applications are ____________. AllWhich one of the following option serves is a NoSQL datastore? TablesWhich cloud offering targets the consumption of services? SaaSIf you have to replace your current on-premise services in the form of virtual machines, then you can use Microsoft Azure Cloud categorized as ____________. IaaSWhen using Azure Resource Manager, you can use a ____ for deployment, which can build identical environments for different work scenarios such as testing, staging, and production: TemplateIn which operating system can we use Azure PowerShell? Windows OSExpressRoute connections enable access to the _________. All_______________ is used to route the traffic between virtual machines inside your private virtual network: not Traffic Manager, VPN GatewayWhich connection configuration offers faster speeds, higher security, lower latencies, and higher reliability? ExpressRoute