Description: It mainly focuses on the Azure portal which is a new portal experience and will currently be coming out in the future.
What you are looking at here is the current Azure portal. There is a new portal experience. That’s currently in preview that will be coming out in the future. But I’m going to concentrate this demo on this current portal experience.
To create new services, you are suggested to click on the new button. Left corner of the screen allows you to get all the azure services from here. The compute based services for creating things. With your web sites as your virtual machines, I can get to my data services for creating things.
I can get to my app services for things like as your remote app creating Azure Active Directory. All of my existing services are displayed on the left, from which I can view, monitor and configure existing services if I go to the all items view.
It’ll show all the services I currently have configured. We’ll see the service names and the service types, the states of the services as well as the subscriptions that the services are running in. In this case, I have multiple subscriptions on my tenant.
The services are running in. I can sort and filter here. If I want to sort here by subscription, I can filter by subscription once again. In this case, I have multiple customer sub subscriptions in my tenant. That’s the way I’ve decided to set my tenant up, so if I want to view all my customers, one resource I can say apply that only see the customer one resources.
You can also drill down into the individual services. For example, let’s take a look at virtual machines where you might be spending a lot of your time in the portal, where you can see all the VMS that are configured on my tenant.
I can status the subscription. They’re running in a location. I can also get the additional information by drilling into the service. Let’s go in to this customer one sequel VM. I can get it some dashboard info. I get a little performance monitor utility as well as some quick glance information about the status, DNS name, host name, IP address and things like that.
I can also go over to monitor to get a more in-depth performance monitoring capability across different parameters. I can manage my endpoints. Furthermore, I can go to configure and quickly and easily on-the-fly here change this VM into a different size VM basic our standard different virtual machine size.
I can also get help at any point context-sensitive by clicking down here in the right handcorner click here. We’ll see here because I’m on the virtual machine page. I’m going to get help associated with virtual machines managing creating help other popular services that you may Be utilized as I talked about earlier things like as your sequel databases again storage accounts for you know blob storage for storage accounts connected to your virtual machines recovery services again for configuring as your backup as your site recovery for disaster recovery scenarios
There are also virtual networks Azure Active Directory as well, so this is where I’m going to be configuring Azure Active Directory. I can get things like managing my users and groups walks me through the experience of connecting my on-prem ad to Azure Active Directory. I can also get at those third-party software as a service applications Haitians that I can manage with Azure Active Directory.
We’ll see settings is where I can see a list of my subscriptions and I can also add Co administrators here very important capability. Whether I’m creating multiple customer sub subscriptions and I want to add my customer as a co admin or maybe I’ve set up my Azure subscription in the customers name and I want to add my self as the partner as a co admin.
This is where I would do that quickly and easily go in and say add supply the email address supply the subscription that I want to be a co admin for. It’s as simple as that I go up here to the top. I can click on credit status. I’ll get the information showing the credits remaining in my tenant.
This is an open tenant, so I’ll see my credits remaining for customer two. I’ll see my question credits remaining for customers. I can also click here to view more details about the subscription. If I click the login name, the upper right I can do things like sign out change my password contact Microsoft support.
This is the way to get into some more subscription details, so let’s click on View my bill, so here’s the subscriptions page. It allows me to get usage information Manning manage. Here’s my existing subscriptions. I can also add additional subscriptions here.
Let’s drill into the customer to subscription here, so in the subscriptions page for customer two you see I get overview information for a billing and usage information. I can also go back and get the billing history and credit history will analyze my open credit history for when I purchased open credits when they’re expiring remaining balance things like that.
You also see my remaining balance here my ability to go in and add new credits here. I can also go in and set alerts right here very powerful for setting up to be notified when my balance gets to a certain level or things like that