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MICROSOFT AZURE ADMINISTRATOR (AZ-103)
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Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies&Design (AZ-300& AZ-301)

Microsoft Azure is a cloud platform service provider that provides infrastructure, managed services and platform services which need for your business applications.
Microsoft Azure Administrator (AZ-103) covers the advanced administration of Microsoft Azure. After completing this course you will be able to create and manage Azure infrastructure resources like compute, network, storage, Identity and Access Management (IAM), security & subscriptions on Microsoft Azure. AZ-103 is the current Microsoft Azure Administrator certification required for working professionals from IT Services domain.
MICROSOFT AZURE ARCHITECT TECHNOLOGIES& DESIGN (AZ-300& AZ-301) covers Microsoft Azure Administrator (AZ-103) PLUS Solutions Architect on Microsoft Azure. After completing this course you will be able to design, create and manage Azure infrastructure resources like compute, network, storage, Identity and Access Management (IAM), security & subscriptions on Microsoft Azure. AZ-300& AZ-301 is the current Microsoft Azure Architect certification required for Senior professionals from IT Services domain.
MODULE OVERVIEW : AZ-103
1. Microsoft Azure Fundamentals

This module introduces private & public cloud solutions in general and then focuses on the services that Azure offers. The module goes on to describe the portals that you can use to manage Azure subscriptions and services before introducing Azure. Finally, the module provides explanations and guidance for the use of MS Azure.

Microsoft Azure Fundamentals
What is cloud computing and Benefits of cloud computing
CapExVsOpEx
Cloud deployment models & types of cloud services
What is Azure and what can I do with Azure?
Azure services – Tour
Datacenters, Regions and special regions in Azure
Availability Zones in Azure
Region Pairs in Azure
Service-Level Agreements for Azure
Azure accounts and subscriptions
Azure management options
Azure compute concepts
Containers in Azure
Azure App Service
Serverless computing in Azure
Azure Storage and comparison with on-premises storage
Azure virtual network
Cloud security
Resource groups
Azure pricing calculator
Azure TCO calculator
1.1 Demo/Labs
Create a WordPress website
Configure an App Service
Explore regions and Availability zones of Azure
Explore Azure services SLAs
Explore Azure portal, Dashboard, Panes & Blades
Customize Azure Dashboard
Explore Azure account and subscription
Explore estimate a solution by Azure pricing calculator
Explore estimate a solution by Azure TCO Calculator
2. Azure – Out of the box

This module covers enabling prerequisites to the course which is out of Azure syllabus. Experienced folks can benefit by revising these concepts and freshers/Jr. System Admins can be benefited with this module to get them to next level.

CIDR
DNS
Clustering
Backup
Disk redundancy
BCP/DR (Business continuity plan and Disaster recovery)

3. Networking & Network Security in Microsoft Azure (Network)

At the core of Microsoft Azure infrastructure as a service (IaaS) is a thorough knowledge of software-defined networking. In this module, Managing Microsoft Azure Virtual Networks, you’ll learn how to design, deploy, manage, and maintain virtual networks in the Microsoft Azure cloud. When you’re finished with this module, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of Azure networking that will help you as you move forward to become a more effective Azure administrator or solution architect.

What is Azure virtual network/Vnet
Plan and configure Azure Vnet
Connecting multiple Vnets
Azure Vnet Limitations
Azure Vnet design best practices and use cases
What is Network Security Groups (NSG)
What is Application Security Groups (ASG)
Plan Ips for Vms
Name resolution in Vnet and across Vnets
Azure DNS
What is Hybrid cloud network
Hybrid cloud topologies
What is Site-to-Site VPN
What is Point-to-Site VPN
What is ExpressRoute
Configuring VPN gateway in Azure
Private IP address in Azure
Public IP address in Azure
Network Security
Azure DDoS Protection
Troubleshooting Azure Network

3.1 Demo/Labs
Create a single VNet
Deploy a VNet with a quickstart template
Create and configure NSG
Creating routing tables
Vnet peering&Global Vnet peering
Private Zone resolution with DNS
Create S2S VPN (Video)
Create local network gateway
Create Azure virtual network gateway
Create P2S VPN
Monitor and troubleshooting VPN
4. Storage in Microsoft Azure (Storage)

Azure Storage Accounts provide a unique namespace to store and access your data objects in the cloud. you’ll learn how to create and configure Microsoft Azure storage accounts. You’ll explore how to create and secure Azure Storage Accounts and perform administration using the Azure Portal, and Azure Storage Explorer. Finally, you’ll learn how to monitor the ongoing cost of your storage services. By the end of this course, you’ll know how to create and manage storage accounts, how to secure access, and how to monitor your storage account.

Introduction to Azure Storage
Azure Storage Account types
Storage Account replication
Data Transfer Options in Azure
Azure Storage management plane security and access
Data plane security and access
Data security in transit
Data security in REST
Azure Key Vault managed Storage Account Keys
Azure storage explorer
Azure storage performance monitoring
Azure storage cost monitoring
Azure Files
Azure Files snapshots
Azure File Sync
Monitoring and troubleshooting Azure File Sync

4.1 Demo/Labs
Create azure storage accounts
Build security to Azure storage
Azure storage explorer
AZ copy
Microsoft Message Analyzer
Create Azure files share
Shared Access Signature Usage
5. Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines (Compute)

At the core of Azure infrastructure as a service administration is a thorough knowledge of virtual machine deployment. In this course, Deploying a Virtual Machine in Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn how to effectively plan VM deployments, When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of Azure VM deployment that will help you as you move forward in your career as an Azure solution architect or administrator

Introduction to Azure Virtual Machines
Azure Compute Unit (ACU)
Azure VM family, size & pricing
Azure VM sizing tool
Planning for VM Deployment
HA for Azure VM
Multi VM deployment
What is generalize VM
What is managed disk and unmanaged disk
Azure virtual machine Image library
Azure Virtual machine snapshots
Azure Resource Manager Template
VM deployment from an Image& snapshot
VM deployment from ARM template
Azure VM scalesets
Azure VM management
5.1 Demo/Labs
Create a Windows VM in Azure
Create Linux VM in Azure
Create a VM with HA
Create a VM with managed disk and unmanaged disk
Deploy a website
VM deployment from an Image
VM deployment from an snapshot
VM deployment from an ARM template
Create VM scaleset
6. Microsoft Azure Load Balancer&Family

At the core of presentation tier high availability is a thorough knowledge of load balancing. In this module, Managing Network Load Balancing in Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn how to implement native Azure software load balancers to distribute service requests across multiple Windows Server or Linux VMS running in an Azure virtual network. Finally, you’ll discover how to implement advanced load balancing scenarios, including Application Gateway and Traffic Manager. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of Azure load balancing that will help you as you move forward in your career as an Azure architect or administrator.

What is Azure Load Balancer?
Public Load Balancer
Internal Load Balancer
Azure Load Balancer Traffic distribution modes
Intra Vnet load balancing
Hybrid cloud load balancing
Azure Application Gateway
Web application firewall (WAF)
Azure Traffic Manager
Azure Traffic Manager Routing methods
Nested Traffic manager policies

6.1 Demo/Labs
Deploy Private Load Balancer
Deploy Public Load balancer
Affinity and port redirection
Intra Vnet load balancing
Hybrid cloud load balancing
Deploy Application Gateway
URL Rules
Deploy Azure Traffic Manager
Explore Traffic Manager Routing Methods
7. IAM – Microsoft Azure RBAC

In this module, you will learn how to design and implement Azure RBAC, including how to implement RBAC to mediate administrative access to Azure resources at the management group, subscription, resource group, and resource level.

What is Azure RBAC
Security Principle, Roles & Scope
Cons and Limitations with Azure RBAC
Built-in Roles in Azure RBAC
Custom Roles in Azure RBAC
RBAC Activity Log
Microsoft Azure Policies
Azure Policies Vs RBAC
Issues in RBAC&RBAC troubleshooting
Best practices of RBAC
7.1 Demo/Labs
Explore Built-in roles
Assign RBAC
Create custom role& Validation
Review RBAC activity log
8. Database services in Microsoft Azure

This module explores Azure SQL Database. Security, data sync, automatic backups, scheduled jobs, and more are covered. Empower your modern applications by leveraging this high-performance, highly-available relational database in the cloud.

DB-as-a-service
SQL Database in Azure
SQL database in Azure IaaS – MS SQL Server
SQL database in Azure PaaS – Azure SQL Database
Azure SQL Database – Deployment options
Azure SQL Database – Purchasing Options
vCoreVs DTU
Azure SQL Database – Security
Azure SQL Database – Backup & Restore
HA for Azure SQL DB
Disaster recovery for SQL DB
SQL Database in Hybrid cloud model
Other database services in Azure

8.1 Demo/Labs
Azure SQL Database – Deployment options
Azure SQL Database – Purchasing Options
Azure SQL Database – Service tiers
Deploy Azure SQL Database – Single Instance
Deploy Azure SQL Database – Single Database
Moving Azure SQL Database – Elastic pool
Configuring Azure SQL DB security
Azure SQL Database Backup
Azure SQL Database Restore
Configure email notification for the SQL Job
Configure SQL data sync
9. IAM- Microsoft Azure Active Directory

Microsoft Azure Active Directory brings modern, cloud-based features to traditional identity management. In this course, you will learn the basics of managing an Azure Active Directory environment, including users, groups, devices, and applications.

What is Azure Active Directory
Azure AD Environment
Azure AD Components
Custom Domains
Azure AD Users & Groups
Self service password reset
Self service Group management
Azure AD Users & Groups Environment
Business to Business (B2B)
Azure AD Devices & Applications
Azure AD Devices & Applications – Environment
Azure AD Management
10. Hybrid Identity – Microsoft Azure Active Directory

Bring cloud computing into your Active Directory environment. Empower your users by opening cloud services to them anywhere they go and streamline remote access so they can still use the office.

What is Azure Hybrid Identity
What is Azure Active Directory Doman
Single Forest to Single Azure AD
Single Forest to Multiple Azure AD
Multiple Forest to Single Azure AD
Multiple Forest to Multiple Azure AD
ADFS& Azure AD Connect
Single Sign-on (SSO)
Azure Application Proxy
Register SaaS& On-premises applications
10.1 Demo/Labs
Create ADDS – On premises
Create Azure Active Directory
Create custom domains
Install and configure AD Connect
Sync ADDS users to Azure Active Directory
11. Microsoft Azure Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)

In this module, you’ll learn how to use Azure Multi-factor Authentication to leverage a user’s mobile device to add an extra layer of security to your applications and systems. You’ll learn all the integration and admin features available.

Challenges with password-only authentication
What is Multi-factor Authentication
Azure MFA Server in Azure
MFA configuration settings
Conditional Access Policy
Bypass MFA
Azure MFA Server On-premises
Microsoft Network Policy Server (NPS)
MFA User Portal for Self-service and Administration
Protecting Cloud-based Applications
Monitoring and Reporting with Azure MFA
General Data Protection Regulation Logging (GDPR)

11.1 Demo/Labs

MFA with the Phone Call
MFA with SMS
MFA with the Microsoft Authenticator App
MFA with OATH tokens
12. Microsoft Azure Backup

Making sure a company can recover from the loss of data is crucial. This course will show you how to utilize Microsoft Azure Backup for both your Azure and your on-premises backup needs.

Azure Backup introduction and benefits
Azure Backup components
Recovery services vault
Backup and Retention Policy
Pricing analysis of Azure backup
Monitoring and notification of Azure backup

12.1 Demo/Labs
Create and configure recovery services vault
Back up and restore of Azure VM
Backup and Restore files and folders
Configure alerts and notifications
13. Monitoring of Azure resources and workloads
Microsoft provides administrators with several options for monitoring their Azure resources. In this module, you will learn when, why, and how to use these tools to visualize Azure resource metrics and events.

Diagnostics, Monitoring and Telemetry
What is performance baselines
Azure Diagnostics Logs and types
Azure Monitoring Agents
Application Insights
What is Azure Monitor
Alerts and Action Groups
NSG Flow Logging
Azure Log Analytics
Azure ITSM Connector
Monitoring Azure Network with Network Performance Monitor
Network Watcher
Azure monitoring with Third-party tools

13.1 Demo/Labs
Enable diagnostics for all VM resources
Create Performance Baselines
Create and test alert and action group
NSG Flow Logging
Enable monitoring for Vms and other resources
Azure Traffic Manager Monitoring
MODULE OVERVIEW: AZ-300 & AZ-301
1. Azure Privileged Identity Management (PIM)
PIM is Privileged identity management which is emerging as one of the hottest topics in cybersecurity. In this course, you’ll learn how to use Microsoft PIM to manage, control, and monitor access within Azure AD, Azure resources, and Microsoft Online Services.

Introduction to Azure Privileged Identity Management
Enabling Azure Privileged Identity Management
What is Just in Time Access
What is Time-bound Access
What is Permanent Access
What is Approval Workflows
Privileged Identity Management Roles
PIM Management Access
PIM Access Review and Auditing

1.1 Demo/Labs
Enabling Azure Privileged Identity Management
Configuring Just in Time Access
Configuring Time-bound Access
Configuring Permanent Access
Implementing Approval Workflows
Exploring Privileged Identity Management Roles
Configuring PIM Management Access
Configuring PIM Access Review and Auditing
2. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI & ML) in MicroSoft Azure
You will learn about the AI Landscape in Azure. You will learn about Cognitive services, which are all about bringing the power of AI within your reach, with a simple REST API call. You will also learn about Azure Machine Learning services, which is an enterprise-class AI solution, backed by the power of the cloud.

What Is AI and Machine Learning?
What is Microsoft Cognitive Services
Using Microsoft Cognitive Services
Going Beyond with Custom AI Models
Building with Conversational AI

2.1 Demo/Labs
Tagging images with Vision API
Test to speech and speech to text using bing speech API
Sentiment analysis using language API
Create a simple QnA Bot

3. IoT Solutions in Micrososft Azure
Microsoft Azure provides services that can help you create solutions for the Internet of Things. This course will show you how to use Azure IoT Hub, Device Provisioning Service, Stream Analytics, and Time Series Insights to address IoT challenges.

Introduction to Azure IoT
Bidirectional Communication with Azure IoT Hub
Device registration with IoT Hub Device Provisioning Service
Processing Data with Azure Stream Analytics
Storing and Visualizing IoT Data with Azure Time Series Insights

3.1 Demo/Labs
Create Azure IoT Hub
D2C & C2D communication with Azure IoT Hub
Registering Devices with IoT Hub
Processing Data with Azure Stream Analytics
Storing and Visualizing IoT Data with Azure Time Series Insights
4. Web and Mobile Services on Microsoft Azure
In this module, Implementing Web and Mobile Services on Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn about the web and mobile services that support software development projects and deployments in the Azure cloud. First, you’ll explore how to deploy and manage Azure Web Apps and take a look at Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).

Managing Web Apps
Implementing Azure Functions and WebJobs
Working with API Management
Managing Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
Developing Azure App Service Logic Apps
Creating Azure App Service Mobile Apps
Implementing Azure Service Fabric Apps
Implementing Third Party PaaS Solutions
Designing and Implementing DevOps

5. Microsoft Azure : Containers
In this module you’ll explore four different Azure services that can host containers, including Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Service Fabric,

Introduction to Containers on Azure
Running Containers Locally
Creating Docker Images
Running Containers on Azure Container Instances
Running Containers on Web App for Containers
Running Containers on Azure Service Fabric
Running Containers on Azure Kubernetes Service
Securing Containers
5.1 Demo/Labs
Installing Docker for Windows
Creating Docker Images with Dockerfiles
Push a local Docker image to an Azure Container Registry
Setting up an Azure Service Fabric development environment
Create an AKS cluster
Deploy an application to AKS
6. Enterprise Messaging and Eventing in MS Azure
You will have the skills and knowledge required to build Enterprise Messaging and Eventing solutions inside Azure needed to decrease the time to market for new solutions and help drive costs down..

Introducing Messaging and Eventing in Microsoft Azure
Enterprise Queuing Options Inside Microsoft Azure
Hybrid Communication Using the Azure Relay Service
Creating and Capturing Event Inside Azure with Event Grid
Massive Event Stream Processing with Azure Event Hub
Working with Azure Notification Hubs

6.1 Demo/Labs
Review a Messaging and Eventing based solution
Creating and Working with Azure Service Bus Queues
Creating and Working with Azure Topics and Subscriptions
Creating an Azure Relay Service
Creating a Namespace & Event Hub
Creating notification hub
7. Enterprise Architecture in MS Azure
You will learn about identifying the constraints your project works under. Next, you will discover how to work under governance requirements and proper security considerations. Finally, you will explore how to apply timeless design patterns to your enterprise. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of solution architecture needed to prime your project for success within your enterprise.

What is enterprise and architecture?
Identify Compliance (HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, COBIT)
Setting the target
Understand Infrastructure
Understand IAM & Directories
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Apply Design Patterns
8. Optimizing Consumption Strategy in Microsoft Azure
You’ll learn the principal cost drivers of core Microsoft Azure technologies, what your options are to optimize them, and how align your solutions with stakeholder business requirements. First, you’ll focus on the guiding principles of consumption optimization. Next, you’ll work on extracting key information from business stakeholders which will inform your technical solutions.

Introducing Microsoft Azure Cost Management
Optimizing Storage Costs
Optimizing Compute Costs
Optimizing Network Costs
Optimizing App Service Costs
Optimizing Identity Costs

9. Designing Identity Management in Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Azure provides services that can help you create solutions for the Internet of Things. This course will show you how to use Azure IoT Hub, Device Provisioning Service, Stream Analytics, and Time Series Insights to address IoT challenges.

Identities in enterprise
Pillars of Identity
JIT, JEA and RBAC
Authentication in public cloud
AAD & ADDS in Azure
Azure AD B2B & B2C
Azure AD Roles and Custome Roles
Conditional Access
End-User Service Capabilities
Application portal
Self-Service Password Reset

10. High Availability strategies on MS Azure
Designing for High Availability on Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn about the design considerations to keep in mind when building applications in the cloud.

Azure High Availability to Compute
Azure services supports High Availability
Azure Autoscale
Azure High Availability to Storage
Redundancy to Network
Application redundancy

11. Site Recovery (DR) Strategy on Microsoft Azure
Utilizing the Microsoft Azure platform is key to having efficient business continuity strategies by designing and deploying Azure Site Recovery. In this course, Designing a Site Recovery Strategy on Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn how to design and implement a Site Recovery solution using the Microsoft Azure platform.

What is site recovery?
Replicate on-premises servers to Azure
What is Site failover strategy
Design Site failover strategy
Recovery plans
Disaster Recovery Drill to Azure
Failback considerations for failover

12. Designing Migrations for Microsoft Azure
Migrations require planning, design, and a strong understanding of the target infrastructure if you’re to be truly successful. In this module you will learn, Designing Migrations for Microsoft Azure, you’ll explore exactly those planning and design elements you’ll need to prepare before you ever begin an application’s migration into Azure. First, you’ll determine your migration strategy. You’ll take a look at Microsoft’s three-phase approach to assessing your current environment, determining your migration approach, and then optimizing that application once the move is complete.

Exploring data platform requirements
Introduction to Migration strategy
Assessing on-premises environment
Introduction to Migration approach
Design for Data Availability and Resiliency
Determine a Data Transfer Strategy

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