1 - Getting Started with Microsoft Azure
What is cloud computing?What is Azure?Managing AzureSubscription management, support, and billingLab : Using the Azure portals
2 - Microsoft Azure management tools
What is Azure PowerShell?Azure SDK and Azure CLILab : Using Microsoft Azure management tools
3 - Virtual machines in Microsoft Azure
Creating and configuring Azure VMsConfiguring Azure VM storageLab : Creating a VM in Azure
4 - Azure Web Apps
Creating and configuring Azure web appsDeploying and monitoring Azure web appsLab : Creating and managing Azure web apps
5 - Implementing Azure networking
Getting started with Azure networkingGetting started with Azure Load BalancerLab : Creating and configuring virtual networks
6 - Introduction Azure Storage and Data Services
Understanding Azure Storage optionsCreating and managing storageUnderstanding options for relational database deploymentsCreating and connecting to Azure SQL databasesLab : Configuring Azure StorageLab: Creating a SQL Database in Azure
7 - Introduction to containers and serverless computing in Azure
Implementing Windows and Linux containers in AzureIntroduction to Azure serverless computingLab : Implementing containers on Azure VMs
8 - Configuring and managing Azure AD
Overview of Azure ADManage Azure AD authentication and authorizationLab : Create and manage Azure Active Directory
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
This course is intended for individuals who want to evaluate deploying, configuring, and administering services and virtual machines (VMs) by using Azure. This includes:
Developers who want to evaluate creating Azure solutions.
Windows Server administrators who want to evaluate the migration of on-premises Active Directory roles and services to the cloud.
IT professionals who want to evaluate the use of Azure to host websites and mobile app back-end services.
Database administrators who want to evaluate the use of Azure to host SQL databases.
Before attending this course, students must have a background in IT. In addition to their professional experience, students who attend this training should already have the following technical knowledge:
Understanding of how to deploy websites
A basic understanding of virtualization
A basic understanding of Active Directory concepts, including domains, users, and domain controllers
A basic understanding of database concepts, including tables and simple queries