Microsoft
Microsoft Certified: Azure Solutions Architect Expert
AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Automating Azure Administrative Tasks
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure & Business Continuity
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure Resource Governance
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure Storage Accounts
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying & Managing Azure VMs
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying Azure Database Solutions
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Management Tools
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure AD
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure AD Devices & Groups
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure Files
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure Web Applications
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Migrating to Azure
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Monitoring Azure
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Securing Azure Networks
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Storage Account Content Management
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Virtual Networking
AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Web App Availability & Security
AZ-303 -Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying Azure AD Connect
AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure AD & User Implementation
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure AD Groups, Apps, & Devices
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Application High Availability
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Data and Service Migration Planning
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Database Solution Design
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure DevOps
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Files Planning
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Monitoring
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Network Connectivity & Security
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Security Governance
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Reducing Azure Costs
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Security Management
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account & Key Vault Design
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account Blob Management
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account Security Planning
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Virtual Machine Design & Deployment
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: VNet Design & Implementation
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Windows Virtual Desktop & Containers
AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Windows Virtual Desktop and Containers

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Automating Azure Administrative Tasks

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_14_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Automating Azure Administrative Tasks

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recall how templates are related to automation
  • save a template from an existing resource
  • modify a template using the editor in the portal
  • create a template deployment using the portal
  • use the CLI to deploy an ARM template
  • use PowerShell to deploy an ARM template
  • deploy Azure resources from a common template
  • use an on-premises VHD disk to deploy VMs using a template
  • import an on-premises template file
  • deploy Azure resources from a GitHub ARM template
  • create an automation account using the portal
  • create a PowerShell runbook
  • schedule a runbook
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Automation provides a means of using cloud services in the most efficient manner possible to increase productivity and reduce costs. In this course, you'll explore various methods of automation. You'll start by learning how to create and deploy ARM template from a variety of sources through the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you'll examine how to use an existing on-premises VHD with an ARM template and how to import an ARM template. You'll then learn how to work with Azure graphical and PowerShell runbooks within an automation account. Lastly, you'll discover how to import runbooks and deploy them from the PowerShell Gallery. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure & Business Continuity

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_15_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure & Business Continuity

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • match disaster recovery terms such as SLA, RTO, and RPO to Azure solutions
  • plan the use of Azure Site Recovery
  • use the portal to create a Recovery Services vault
  • use PowerShell to create a Recovery Services vault
  • recognize Azure cloud backup options
  • backup an Azure virtual machine
  • backup on-premises files to Azure
  • restore backed up files from Azure
  • configure virtual machine replication to a different region
  • run a virtual machine failover test and then execute cleanup
  • use PowerShell to disable virtual machine replication
  • configure update deployment in Azure
  • keep an OS disk and attach it to a new virtual machine
  • install the Microsoft Azure Backup Server on-premises
  • back up on-premises data to the Azure cloud
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Microsoft Azure provides numerous methods for ensuring business continuity during disruptions. In this course, you'll learn how Azure solutions can provide business continuity in the event of disruptions. You'll start by learning how to plan and deploy a Recovery Services vault using the portal and PowerShell. You'll then examine how to configure Azure VM and on-premises file server backup. Next, you'll learn how to enable Azure VM failover. Lastly, you'll see how to configure update management. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure Resource Governance

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_16_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure Resource Governance

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how Azure roles assign permissions to different scopes
  • use the portal to assign a built-in Azure role
  • use the CLI to assign a built-in Azure role
  • use PowerShell to assign a built-in Azure role
  • create and assign a custom Azure role
  • recognize how management groups are used to manage multiple subscriptions
  • use the portal to work with a management group
  • initiate an Azure AD access review
  • recognize how polices apply Azure permission
  • use the portal to assign a built-in Azure policy
  • use the CLI to assign a built-in Azure policy
  • use PowerShell to assign a built-in Azure policy
  • create a custom policy
  • view Azure policy compliance
  • view and apply policy remediations
  • recognize the purpose of Azure Blueprints
  • create and publish an Azure blueprint using the portal
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

It's important to know how to secure the management and configuration of Azure resources through RBAC and policies. In this course, you'll learn how to work with RBAC and policy management. You'll start by exploring how to create and assign RBAC roles using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you'll learn how management groups can facilitate policy assignments in a multi-subscription environment. You'll learn how to initiate an Azure AD access review and work with policy assignment through the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. Lastly, you'll examine how to check policy compliance and enable policy remediation, as well as the purpose of Azure Blueprints. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure Storage Accounts

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_03_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure Storage Accounts

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • determine which storage configuration best suits a specific need
  • use the portal to create a storage account
  • download and install the Azure Storage Explorer GUI tool
  • use Storage Explorer to manage a storage account
  • use PowerShell to create a storage account
  • use the Azure CLI to create a storage account
  • use storage account keys
  • refresh storage account keys in the portal
  • use the CLI to refresh access keys
  • use PowerShell to refresh access keys
  • generate and use a shared access signature
  • configure a storage account
  • limit network access to a storage account
  • enable a custom DNS name for blobs
  • recognize how CDNs can reduce network latency for users accessing web app content
  • deploy a CDN in Azure
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Storing your data in the Azure cloud provides quick access to authorized apps and users from anywhere in the world, while maintaining multiple copies of that data. In this course, you'll learn to deploy and manage Azures storage accounts. You'll start by creating storage accounts using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then examine how to manage access keys using the portal, CLI and PowerShell. Next, you'll learn how to generate a storage account shared access signature. Lastly, you'll explore how to configure storage account security in the form of access policies, limit network access, and enable AD authentication. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying & Managing Azure VMs

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_08_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying & Managing Azure VMs

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how to plan for Azure VMs including dedicated hosting
  • use the portal to create Windows virtual machines
  • use PowerShell to create Windows virtual machines
  • use the Azure CLI to create Windows virtual machines
  • use the portal to create Linux virtual machines
  • use PowerShell to create Linux virtual machines
  • use the Azure CLI to create Linux virtual machines
  • create keys in PowerShell for use with SSH
  • use the portal to enable Linux VM public key authentication
  • connect to a Windows VM for management
  • connect to a Linux VM for management
  • change the size of existing VMs
  • create a managed disk and attach it to a VM
  • use the portal to enable VM disk encryption
  • use PowerShell to enable VM disk encryption
  • deploy a virtual machine scale set
  • configure a host group and dedicated host for running virtual machines
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Because virtual machines provide the underlying compute power for Azure workloads, knowing how to securely and efficiently manage VMs serves the best interests of cloud customers. In this course, you'll explore how to deploy, connect to, and manage VMs. You'll learn to deploy Windows and Linux VMs using the portal, PowerShell and the CLI. Next, you'll examine how to enable Linux SSH public key authentication and resize a VM. Lastly, you'll learn how to create disks and attach them to VMs, enable VM disk encryption, and deploy a virtual machine scale set. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying Azure Database Solutions

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_06_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying Azure Database Solutions

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • create a NoSQL table in a storage account
  • recognize when to use Cosmos DB
  • use the portal to deploy Cosmos DB
  • use the portal to create Cosmos DB replicas
  • recognize when to use Azure SQL solutions
  • use the portal to deploy Azure SQL
  • manage Azure SQL configuration settings
  • connect to Azure SQL using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
  • enable high availability for Azure SQL
  • use Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to publish an on-premises database to Azure
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Microsoft Azure provides managed database solutions, which means technicians can focus on the database solution and not the underlying setup. In this course, you'll learn about NoSQL and SQL solutions available in Azure. You'll start by learning how to configure a NoSQL table within a storage account. You'll then examine how to deploy and configure a Cosmos DB NoSQL database. Next, you'll learn how to deploy and configure an Azure SQL database. Lastly, you'll see how to connect to Azure SQL database using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, enable Azure SQL high availability, and publish on-premises databases to Azure. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Management Tools

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_01_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Management Tools

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • identify how Azure addresses business IT needs
  • manage Azure resources using the portal
  • manage Azure resources using Cloud Shell
  • manage Azure resources using PowerShell
  • manage Azure resources using the Azure CLI
  • identify how APIs can be used to deploy and manage Azure resources
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Explore the business case for using Azure and common management tools. In this course, you'll examine how Azure solutions can address business needs and which tools can be used to achieve this. You'll start by learning about common Azure solutions and which business problems they address. Next, you'll learn how to use the Azure portal and Cloud Shell, PowerShell, and the command line interface to deploy and manage Azure resources. Lastly, you'll learn how Azure services are exposed to developers through APIs. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure AD

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_09_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure AD

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recall the purpose of Azure AD as it relates to authentication and authorization
  • create a new Azure AD tenant and switch between tenants
  • configure Azure AD verification methods
  • use the portal to manage Azure AD users
  • use the CLI to manage Azure AD users
  • use PowerShell to manage Azure AD users
  • manage Azure AD guest user accounts
  • create Azure AD users through bulk create
  • invite Azure AD guest users through bulk invite
  • assign product licenses to Azure AD users
  • provide users the ability to reset their own passwords
  • enable Azure AD fraud alerts
  • configure Azure AD conditional access
  • enable MFA for Azure AD users
  • limit Azure AD authentication through named locations, trusted IPs, and MFA bypass
  • prevent users from using specific passwords
  • enable identity protection for Azure AD user accounts
  • configure an Azure AD managed identity
  • register an app with Azure AD
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure Active Directory (AD) provides centralized identity services that allow secure authentication and authorization to use Azure and Office 365 resources. In this course, you'll learn how to manage Azure AD users and security options. You'll start by examining how to deploy a new Azure AD tenant and navigate between tenants. Next, you'll learn to configure AD verification methods, and use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to create Azure AD users including guest users on an individual and a bulk basis. You'll then explore how to assign product licences to Azure AD users and configure Azure AD security settings including password reset, fraud alerts, conditional access, and multifactor authentication. Next, you'll learn how to configure sign-in security features including named locations, trusted IPs, MFA bypass, and banned passwords. Lastly, you'll explore how to enable Azure identity protection and register an app in Azure AD. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure AD Devices & Groups

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_11_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure AD Devices & Groups

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • use the portal to manage Azure AD groups
  • use the CLI to manage Azure AD groups
  • use PowerShell to manage Azure AD groups
  • restore deleted Azure AD groups
  • join a Windows 10 computer to an Azure AD domain
  • manage Azure AD device settings
  • disable a domain-joined Azure AD device
  • enable dynamic group membership
  • create an Azure AD dynamic membership user group
  • create an Azure AD dynamic membership device group
  • assign licenses to a group
  • specify group owners
  • enable self-service group membership
  • use bulk options for group add and remove
  • register an Android device with Azure AD
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure AD groups facilitate permissions management when registering devices with Azure AD and allow Azure AD user authentication on those devices. In this course, you'll learn about groups, devices, licenses, and group management in Azure AD. You'll start by learning how to create and manage groups using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then examine how to join devices to Azure AD and manage device settings. Next, you'll see how to create a dynamic group, assign licenses to groups, and enable group self-service. Lastly, you'll explore how to work with group member bulk tools and join a mobile device to Azure AD. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure Files

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_05_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure Files

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recall how an Azure Files share enables shared folders in the cloud
  • use the portal to manage an Azure Files share
  • use the CLI to manage an Azure Files share
  • use PowerShell to manage an Azure Files share
  • map a drive to an Azure Files share
  • map a mount point to an Azure Files share
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

You can provide secured access to shared folders in the cloud using Azure Files. In this course, you'll explore Azure Files configuration and connectivity. You'll start by learning how to configure an Azure Files share using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you'll examine how to connect to Azure Files from a Windows host. Lastly, you'll discover how to connect to Azure Files share from a Linux host. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure Web Applications

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_12_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure Web Applications

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize the components that provide Azure-hosted web applications
  • deploy a simple web application
  • use PowerShell to manage an Azure app service plan
  • deploy a web application using Microsoft Visual Studio
  • configure web application staging using Azure deployment slots
  • recognize how software developers can work with functions in the cloud
  • determine when to use logic apps
  • configure a custom DNS domain name for a web app
  • configure SSL/TLS with a custom DNS domain for a web app
  • enable web app backup
  • connect to an Azure web app Kudu interface
  • recognize when to use Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Container Instances
  • create a container image repository in Azure
  • publish container images to a repository
  • manage the Azure Kubernetes Service
  • manage Azure Container instances
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure App Services provide a simple way to host web applications with minimal fuss. In this course, you'll learn about running web apps, including containerized applications, in Azure. You'll start by examine how to deploy an app service plan and app service web app using the portal and Microsoft Visual Studio. You'll then learn how to use web app deployment slots and when to use Azure Functions and Azure Logic Apps. Next, you'll explore how to enable a custom DNS domain name and HTTPS binding, as well as how to configure web app backup and then access the web app through the Kudu interface. Lastly, you'll see how to work with application container instances and clusters through Azure Kubernetes Service. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Migrating to Azure

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_17_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Migrating to Azure

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize Azure migration solutions
  • install the Azure Migrate appliance on-premises
  • discover and assess an on-premises physical server
  • migrate an on-premises server to Azure
  • perform a migration assessment of on-premises databases
  • perform a migration assessment of on-premises web apps
  • recognize when to use Azure Data Box
  • use waimportexport.exe to generate a journal file
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure provides various migration tools that can be used to assess and move workloads from on-premises to the Azure cloud. In this course, you will learn about various tools and methods for assessing and running Azure migrations. You'll start by exploring on-premises server, database, and web app assessments. Next, you'll learn about the migration process. Lastly, you'll learn when Azure Data Box should be used. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Monitoring Azure

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_18_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Monitoring Azure

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • list various ways in which Azure resources can be monitored
  • monitor individual resources
  • deploy a Log Analytics workspace
  • add data sources to a Log Analytics workspace
  • use Azure Monitor
  • save a query to a dashboard
  • analyze performance metrics within and across subscriptions
  • enable Azure diagnostic logging
  • enable Application Insights
  • use the portal to analyze Azure costs
  • configure a budget scope
  • create an actions group for alert notifications
  • configure alerts and notifications
  • use Azure Monitor to monitor alerts and metrics across Azure subscriptions
  • identity Azure resources with little to no activity
  • view Security Center recommendations
  • identify the purpose of Azure Sentinel
  • configure Azure Sentinel
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Monitoring Azure resources is crucial for optimizing resource utilization, reducing costs, and enhancing the organizational security posture. In this course, you'll learn about monitoring individual resources as well as working with centralized monitoring. You'll start by examining the metrics for an individual Azure virtual machine. You'll then learn how to work with a Log Analytics workspace and its data sources to centralize log and performance metric data. Next, you'll examine how to work with Azure Monitor and dashboards, view performance metrics, and enable diagnostic logging. You'll see how to view web app metrics through Application Insights and view and manage Azure costs. Lastly, you'll learn how to configure action groups for alert notification, view Security Center recommendations, and work with Azure Sentinel. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Securing Azure Networks

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_07_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Securing Azure Networks

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recall how network security groups and application security groups control inbound and outbound traffic flow
  • manage network security groups using the portal
  • manage network security groups using the CLI
  • manage network security groups using PowerShell
  • troubleshoot security rules including viewing effective rules
  • list the security problems addressed by using Azure Firewall
  • deploy an Azure Firewall resource
  • configure Azure Firewall application rules
  • configure Azure Firewall network rules
  • configure Azure Firewall NAT rules
  • list the security problems addressed by Azure Bastion
  • deploy and manage Azure Bastion
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Securing Azure resources at the network level is crucial in protecting digital assets and remaining compliant with regulations. In this course, you'll secure Azure networks using firewall rules and a Bastion host. You'll start by examining how to create network security groups using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then learn how to troubleshoot effective security rules. Next, you'll discover how to deploy Azure Firewall with various types of rules. Lastly, you'll learn how to deploy Azure Bastion as a jump box solution to protect Azure VMs. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Storage Account Content Management

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_04_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Storage Account Content Management

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • upload blobs using the portal
  • upload blobs using PowerShell
  • upload blobs using the Azure CLI
  • manage blobs using Azure Storage Explorer
  • generate a blob SAS
  • manage the blob soft delete feature
  • configure storage account replication using the portal
  • configure storage account replication using PowerShell
  • configure storage account replication using the Azure CLI
  • control the migration of storage account data over time
  • create a key vault using the portal
  • create a key vault using the CLI
  • create a key vault using PowerShell
  • use custom encryption keys to encrypt a storage account
  • enable failover for a storage account
  • set a legal hold policy on a blob container
  • set the access level for a storage container
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

To gain the benefits of cloud-stored data, you must know how to use the appropriate tools to access cloud storage in a secured manner. In this course, you'll explore various methods of uploading and managing storage account blobs, as well as enabling security and high availability. You'll start by examine how to upload blobs to a storage account using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then discover how to use the Storage Explorer GUI tool to manage storage account blobs. Next, you'll learn to enable replication using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell, as well as configure blob lifecycle management. Lastly, you'll learn how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to create a key vault and key for encrypting a storage account and how to enable storage account failover. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Virtual Networking

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_02_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Virtual Networking

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize Azure networking components
  • recall how Azure supports DNS
  • use the portal to create a VNet
  • use the portal to create a subnet
  • use PowerShell to create a VNet
  • use PowerShell to create a subnet
  • use the Azure CLI to create a VNet
  • use the Azure CLI to create a subnet
  • recognize when to use VNet peering
  • use the portal to link VNets directly together using peering
  • use the CLI to link VNets directly together using peering
  • use PowerShell to link VNets directly together using peering
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Discover how to provision network configurations in the Azure cloud to allow resource communication. In this course, you'll create and configure various Azure network components. You'll start by creating VNets and subnets using the portal. Next, you'll deploy VNets and subnets using the CLI and PowerShell. Lastly, you will link VNets together through VNet peering using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Web App Availability & Security

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_13_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Web App Availability & Security

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how Azure load balancers are implemented
  • deploy a load balancer using the portal
  • deploy a load balancer using an ARM template
  • enable inbound back-end server management using inbound NAT rules
  • recognize how Application Gateway differs from Azure Load Balancer
  • use the portal to deploy Application Gateway
  • configure traffic manager for Azure DNS
  • configure a WAF
  • configure Azure Front Door
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Microsoft Azure provides tools that allow you to ensure the security and high availability of Azure workloads. In this course, you'll explore methods of improving the performance, security, and availability of Azure web apps. You'll start by learning how to deploy an Azure load balancer using the portal and from an ARM template. You'll then examine how to configure load balancer settings such as inbound NAT rules for back-end VM management. Next, you'll learn to deploy Application Gateway and Web Application Firewall. Lastly, you'll see how to configure the Azure Front Door Service. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-303 -Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying Azure AD Connect

Course Number:
it_clazat2020_10_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-303 -Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying Azure AD Connect

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize the benefits of using Azure AD Connect
  • create a custom DNS domain name for Azure AD
  • configure the Azure AD Connect agent on an on-premises domain server
  • configure password sync, password writeback, and single sign-on
  • view Azure AD Connect health statistics
  • deploy managed AD
  • join an Azure VM to Azure AD Domain Services
  • set Azure AD user and group file system permissions for Azure Files
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure AD allows the continued use of on-premises Active Directory account authentication through AD Connect. In this course, you'll learn how to use AD Connect to link Azure AD with an on-premises AD environment. You'll start by examining how to configure a custom DNS domain for an Azure AD tenant. You'll then learn how to download, install, and configure the Azure AD Connect agent on an on-premises domain server. Lastly, you'll discover how to view Azure AD Connect health statistics and configure Azure Files permissions. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure AD & User Implementation

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_09_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure AD & User Implementation

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recall the purpose of Azure AD as it relates to authentication and authorization
  • create a new Azure AD tenant and switch between tenants
  • configure Azure AD verification methods
  • use the portal to manage Azure AD users
  • use the CLI to manage Azure AD users
  • use PowerShell to manage Azure AD users
  • manage Azure AD guest user accounts
  • modify B2B settings
  • create Azure AD users through bulk create
  • invite Azure AD guest users through bulk invite
  • enable guest self-service signup via user flows
  • assign product licenses to Azure AD users
  • provide users the ability to reset their own passwords
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure AD provides a cloud-based identity repository. In this course, you'll explore Azure AD features including single sign-on. Next, you'll learn how to deploy a new Azure AD tenant. You'll then examine how to configure user verification methods and create Azure AD users using GUI and command line tools. You'll see how to configure B2B settings and invite guest users individually and by using bulk create. Lastly, you'll explore how to enable self-service sign-up, assign licenses, and enable self-service password reset. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure AD Groups, Apps, & Devices

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_10_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure AD Groups, Apps, & Devices

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • use the portal to manage Azure AD groups
  • use the CLI to manage Azure AD groups
  • use PowerShell to manage Azure AD groups
  • restore deleted Azure AD groups
  • join a Windows 10 computer to an Azure AD domain
  • manage Azure AD device settings
  • disable a domain-joined Azure AD device
  • enable dynamic group membership
  • create an Azure AD dynamic membership user group
  • create an Azure AD dynamic membership device group
  • assign licenses to a group
  • specify group owners
  • enable self-service group membership
  • use bulk options for group add and remove
  • register an Android device with Azure AD
  • configure an Azure AD app
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure AD groups organize users with similar needs to facilitate permissions management. In this course, you'll explore Azure AD group creation using GUI and command line tools, as well as the bulk creation of groups. Next, you'll explore how to create and manage dynamic groups, assign licenses, and set group ownership. Lastly, you'll learn how to enable group self-service, join mobile devices to Azure AD, and configure an Azure AD app. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ:304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Application High Availability

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_16_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ:304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Application High Availability

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how Azure load balancers are implemented
  • deploy a load balancer using the portal
  • deploy a load balancer using an ARM template
  • enable inbound back-end server management using inbound NAT rules
  • recognize how Application Gateway differs from Azure Load Balancer
  • use the portal to deploy Application Gateway
  • configure Traffic Manager for Azure DNS
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Application workloads running in Azure can be optimized using various techniques. In this course, you'll start by exploring how to use load balancing to improve application performance and availability. Next, you'll learn how to configure inbound NAT rules to allow back-end VM management. You'll then examine how to configure Application Gateway and Azure Traffic Manager. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Data and Service Migration Planning

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_18_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Data and Service Migration Planning

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize Azure migration solutions
  • deploy an Azure Migrate discovery appliance on-premises
  • discover and assess an on-premises physical server
  • perform a migration assessment of on-premises databases
  • perform a migration assessment of on-premises web apps
  • recognize when to use Azure Data Box
  • use WAImportExport.exe to generate a journal file
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Organizations can reuse existing on-premises services with a proper migration plan. In this course, you will explore Azure migration options including how to conduct on-premises assessments and migrations. You will learn how to use the server migration tool, database migration assistant (DMA) and web app migration assistant. Lastly, you will explore how Azure Data Box allows the migration of large on-premises datasets. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Database Solution Design

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_07_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Database Solution Design

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • match database performance requirements to business needs
  • use the portal to deploy Azure SQL
  • connect to Azure SQL using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio
  • enable high availability for Azure SQL
  • use Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to publish an on-premises database to Azure
  • create a NoSQL table in a storage account
  • use the portal to deploy Cosmos DB
  • recognize when to use Azure Data Factory, Azure Data Bricks, Azure Data Lake, and Azure Synapse Analytics
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Modern web applications use back-end databases as data stores. In this course, you'll explore NoSQL and SQL Azure data solutions including Azure SQL and Cosmos DB. Next, you'll learn how to enable database high availability. Lastly, you'll examine Azure solutions that allow data integration including Azure Data Factory, Azure Data Bricks, Azure Data Lake, and Azure Synapse Analytics. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure DevOps

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_14_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure DevOps

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • plan application architecture
  • recognize how components such as Webhooks, Event Bus, Event Grid, Event Hubs, and Service Bus work
  • deploy a simple web application
  • use PowerShell to manage an Azure App Service plan
  • deploy a web application using Microsoft Visual Studio
  • configure web application staging using Azure deployment slots
  • recognize how software developers can work with Functions in the cloud
  • determine when to use Logic Apps
  • configure a custom DNS domain name for a web app
  • configure SSL/TLS with a custom DNS domain for a web app
  • create a web app using a template
  • recognize when to use DevOps Services for continuous integration and delivery
  • create a new Azure DevOps organization
  • identify API management features including API keys and policies
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure facilitates the creation and running of web applications. In this course, you'll start by exploring application architectural components and their Azure counterparts. Next, you'll learn how to deploy an Azure App Service using various methods. You'll then examine when to use Azure Functions and Logic Apps and how to configure custom DNS domain names and HTTPS bindings. You'll learn about Azure DevOps services such as Azure DevOps organizations and Pipelines. Finally, you'll explore deploying an Azure API gateway. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Files Planning

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_06_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Files Planning

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recall how an Azure Files share enables shared folders in the cloud
  • use the portal to manage an Azure Files share
  • use the CLI to manage an Azure Files share
  • use PowerShell to manage an Azure Files share
  • map a drive to an Azure Files share
  • map a mount point to an Azure Files share
  • recall the purpose of Azure File Sync
  • enable Azure File Sync on-premises
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure Files provide a cloud-based shared folder solution. In this course, you'll explore how to configure Azure Files using GUI and command line tools. Next, you'll examine how to map a Windows drive letter to Azure Files and how to use Linux to mount an Azure Files share. Lastly, you'll learn how to use Azure File Sync to allow on-premises file access that is copied to the cloud. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Monitoring

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_19_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Monitoring

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • list various ways in which Azure resources can be monitored
  • add data sources to a log analytics workspace
  • use Azure Monitor
  • enable Azure diagnostic logging
  • enable application insights
  • identify the purpose of Azure Sentinel
  • configure Azure Sentinel
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Monitoring is key to ensuring optimal Azure resource performance and security. In this course, you will explore Azure monitoring solutions including Log Analytics workspaces, Azure Monitor and diagnostic logging. Next, you'll explore how application insights provides monitoring for Azure web applications. Lastly, you will explore how Azure Sentinel provide a cloud-based SIEM and SOAR solution. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Network Connectivity & Security

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_02_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Network Connectivity & Security

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize when to peer VNets together
  • use the portal to link VNets directly together using peering
  • use the CLI to link VNets directly together using peering
  • use PowerShell to link VNets directly together using peering
  • recognize when VPN solutions should be used with Azure
  • configure a point-to-site VPN
  • configure a site-to-site VPN
  • list the benefits of using Azure virtual WAN
  • list the security problems addressed by using Azure Firewall
  • deploy and manage Azure Firewall
  • identify when to use ExpressRoute
  • enable ExpressRoute
  • manage network security groups using the portal
  • manage network security groups using the CLI
  • manage network security groups using PowerShell
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Securing Azure network configuration protects digital assets. In the course, you'll explore how to peer VNets together using GUI and command line tools. Next, you'll learn how to configure VPN and WAN settings. Next, you'll discover how to deploy and manage Azure Firewall. Lastly, you'll examine when to use ExpressRoute network circuits and how to configure network security groups. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Security Governance

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_12_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Security Governance

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how Azure roles assign permissions to different scopes
  • use the portal to assign a built-in Azure role
  • use the CLI to assign a built-in Azure role
  • use PowerShell to assign a built-in Azure role
  • create and assign a custom Azure role
  • recognize how polices apply Azure permission
  • use the portal to assign a built-in Azure policy
  • use the CLI to assign a built-in Azure policy
  • use PowerShell to assign a built-in Azure policy
  • create a custom policy
  • view Azure policy compliance
  • view and apply policy remediations
  • recognize the purpose of Azure Blueprints
  • create and publish an Azure blueprint using the portal
  • configure Azure AD Privileged Identity Management
  • initiate an Azure AD access review
  • configure VM JIT access
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure AD can control Azure resource access in many ways. In this course, you'll learn about controlling resource access through role-based access control, Azure policies, including compliance and remediation, as well as Azure Blueprints. Next, you'll examine privileged identity management and identity protection notifications. Lastly, you'll explore how to configure Azure AD access reviews and virtual machine just-in-time access. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ:304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Reducing Azure Costs

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_17_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ:304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Reducing Azure Costs

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • identify ways of reducing unnecessary Azure charges
  • use the portal to analyze Azure costs
  • configure a budget scope
  • create an actions group for alert notifications
  • enable the automatic shutdown of virtual machines
  • configure reserved instances
  • identify and remove unnecessary Azure resources
  • tag resources using the portal
  • tag resources using PowerShell
  • tag resources using the CLI
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

While Azure charges constitute ongoing operational expenses, there are ways of reducing those charges. In this course, you'll learn how to identify and implement cost saving measures. You'll start by examining how to analyze costs and configure Azure budget notifications. Next, you'll learn how to create an action group and enable virtual machine auto-shutdown. Finally, you'll explore how cost savings are achieved through reserved instances and the removal of unnecessary Azure resources. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Security Management

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_11_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Security Management

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize the benefits of using Azure AD Connect
  • create a custom DNS domain name for Azure AD
  • configure the Azure AD Connect agent on an on-premises domain server
  • configure password sync, password writeback, and single sign-on
  • view Azure AD Connect health statistics
  • deploy managed AD
  • join an Azure VM to Azure AD Domain Services
  • set Azure AD user and group file system permissions for Azure Files
  • enable Azure AD fraud alerts
  • configure Azure AD conditional access
  • enable MFA for Azure AD users
  • limit Azure AD authentication through named locations, trusted IPs, and MFA bypass
  • prevent users from using specific passwords
  • enable identity protection for Azure AD user accounts
  • configure an Azure AD managed identity
  • create and manage Azure resource groups
  • recognize how management groups are used to manage multiple subscriptions
  • use the portal to work with a management group
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure AD supports linking an on-premises AD installation with Azure AD. In this course, you'll start by exploring how to use Azure AD Connect to link on-premises AD to Azure AD. Next, you'll examine Azure AD Connect health statistics. You'll then learn how to deploy Azure AD Domain Services, join a Windows VM to the domain, and enable Azure AD DS for Azure Files. Next, you'll move on to learn how to configure Azure AD security settings such as fraud alerts, conditional access, MFA, locations, trusted IPs. and banned passwords. You'll explore Azure AD identity protection and managed identities. Lastly, you'll learn how to create resource and management groups. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account & Key Vault Design

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_03_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account & Key Vault Design

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • plan the usage of storage accounts and key vaults
  • determine which Azure storage configuration best meets business needs
  • use the portal to create a storage account
  • use PowerShell to create a storage account
  • use the Azure CLI to create a storage account
  • enable storage account geo-redundancy using the portal
  • enable storage account geo-redundancy using PowerShell
  • enable storage account geo-redundancy using the CLI
  • force failover for a storage account
  • enable a custom DNS name for blobs
  • configure a CDN profile
  • create and manage storage queues
  • deploy a key vault using the portal
  • deploy a key vault using PowerShell
  • deploy a key vault using the CLI
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure storage accounts provide the basis for cloud storage, while key vaults serve as centralized storage for secrets. In this course, you'll explore how to deploy and manage storage accounts. Next, you'll learn how to enable storage account redundancy and configure a custom DNS domain name. You'll then examine how to configure a storage queue. Lastly, you'll learn how to create and configure an Azure key vault using GUI and command line tools. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account Blob Management

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_04_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account Blob Management

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • use Storage Explorer to manage a storage account
  • upload blobs using the portal
  • upload blobs using PowerShell
  • upload blobs using the Azure CLI
  • manage blobs using Azure Storage Explorer
  • enable blob versioning
  • manage blobs using the AzCopy command
  • control the migration of storage account data over time
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure storage accounts support blob storage and management. In the course, you'll explore how to upload storage account blobs using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then learn how to enable blob versioning and change feeds. Lastly, you'll examine how to upload blobs using AzCopy and enable blob lifecycle management. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account Security Planning

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_05_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Storage Account Security Planning

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • identify methods of securing Azure storage accounts
  • configure storage encryption using the portal
  • configure storage encryption using PowerShell
  • configure a static web site
  • use storage account keys
  • refresh storage account keys in the portal
  • use the CLI to refresh access keys
  • use PowerShell to refresh access keys
  • generate and use a shared access signature
  • set a legal hold policy on a blob container
  • set the access level for a storage container
  • generate a SAS for an individual blob
  • use the blob soft delete feature
  • limit VNet access to a storage account
  • limit storage account access with a private endpoint
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure provides mechanisms for securing storage account data. In this course, you'll explore storage account encryption, static web sites, access keys, and shared access signatures. Next, you'll learn about storage account failover, blob immutability, and container access levels. Lastly, you'll examine blob soft deletion and storage account network access. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Virtual Machine Design & Deployment

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_08_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Virtual Machine Design & Deployment

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how to plan for Azure VMs including dedicated hosting
  • use the portal to create Windows virtual machines
  • use PowerShell to create Windows virtual machines
  • use the Azure CLI to create Windows virtual machines
  • use the portal to create Linux virtual machines
  • use PowerShell to create Linux virtual machines
  • use the Azure CLI to create Linux virtual machines
  • use an ARM template to create a VM
  • create SSH keys using PuTTYgen
  • use the portal to enable Linux VM public key authentication
  • connect to a Windows VM for management
  • connect to a Linux VM for management
  • deploy Azure Bastion for remote VM management
  • change the size of existing VMs
  • create a managed disk and attach it to a VM
  • use the portal to enable VM disk encryption
  • use PowerShell to enable VM disk encryption
  • deploy a virtual machine scale set
  • configure a host group and dedicated host for running virtual machines
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure virtual machines provide the compute power that supports various workloads. In this course, you'll explore how to plan, implement, and deploy Windows and Linux VMs. Next, you'll learn how to configure SSH public key authentication for Linux. Then, you'll examine how to deploy Azure Bastion for secure remote VM management. Next, you'll learn to resize VMs, and attach and encrypt VM disks. Lastly, you'll examine how to deploy a virtual machine scale set and when to use VM dedicated hosting. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: VNet Design & Implementation

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_01_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: VNet Design & Implementation

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize Azure networking components
  • recall how Azure supports DNS
  • use the portal to create a VNet
  • use the portal to create a subnet
  • use PowerShell to create a VNet
  • use PowerShell to create a subnet
  • use the Azure CLI to create a VNet
  • use the Azure CLI to create a subnet
  • deploy a VNet using an ARM template
  • configure routing table entries using the portal
  • configure routing table entries using the CLI
  • configure routing table entries using PowerShell
  • create a DNS zone using the portal
  • create a DNS zone using the CLI
  • create a DNS zone using PowerShell
  • enable custom DNS servers for a VNet
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure network configurations provide the foundation upon which Azure services are deployed. In this course, you'll explore the configuration of Azure virtual networks and subnets using the portal, PowerShell, and the CLI. Next, you'll learn how to deploy a virtual network using an ARM template and then configure route table entries. Lastly, you'll examine how to create a DNS zone in Azure and configure custom VNet settings. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ:304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Windows Virtual Desktop & Containers

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_15_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ:304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Windows Virtual Desktop & Containers

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • match disaster recovery terms such as SLA, RTO, RLO, and RPO to Azure solutions
  • plan the use of Azure Site Recovery including the use of failover and failback
  • use the portal to create a Recovery Services vault
  • use PowerShell to create a Recovery Services vault
  • configure site recovery policies
  • recognize Azure cloud backup options
  • create a backup policy
  • backup an Azure virtual machine
  • backup on-premises files to Azure
  • restore backed up files from Azure
  • configure virtual machine replication to a different region
  • run a virtual machine failover test and then execute cleanup
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure provides a variety of business continuity solutions to minimize the impact of disruptions. In this course, you'll learn to plan the use of Azure Site Recovery services. Next, you'll examine how to create a Recovery Services vault and replication policies. You'll then explore how to configure Azure Backup policies, enable backup for Azure VMs and on-premises file servers, and perform restoration of backed up data. Next, you'll learn how to enable VM replication and conduct a failover test. Finally, you'll explore how to reuse a VM OS disk for a failed VM. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Windows Virtual Desktop & Containers

Course Number:
it_clmaad2020_13_enus
Lesson Objectives

AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Windows Virtual Desktop & Containers

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • recognize how WVD allows cloud-based remote desktop access
  • identify what must be in place prior to configuring WVD
  • create a WVD host pool
  • configure a remote app group
  • create a WVD workspace
  • connect to WVD using a Windows client
  • connect to WVD using a web browser
  • recognize when to use Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Container Instances
  • create a container image repository in Azure
  • publish container images to a repository
  • manage the Azure Kubernetes Service
  • manage Azure Container Instances
  • summarize the key concepts covered in this course

Overview/Description

Azure can host user desktops that are accessible remotely. Azure container solutions allow the portable and timely support for application workloads. In this course, you'll explore the purpose of Windows Virtual Desktop, including how to create host pools, app groups, and workspaces. Next, you'll examine WVD connectivity using Windows, web browsers, and mobile devices. You'll then learn about the benefits of containerized applications. Lastly, you'll learn how to work with an Azure Container Registry, how to publish a container image, and how to deploy Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Container Instances. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-304: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam.



Target

Prerequisites: none

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