Course DescriptionGet hands-on instruction and practice implementing Microsoft Azure in this two day Microsoft Official Course. You will be presented with Basic cloud computing concepts as well as specific Microsoft Azure features used in day to day administration of cloud resources. You will learn key Microsoft Azure concepts and basic implementation of Azure subscriptions, websites, virtual machines, storage, virtual networks, databases and Microsoft Azure Active Directory.
Course OutlineModule 1: Getting Started with Microsoft AzureThis module describes the features of Microsoft Azure and the services it provides. The module also explains how to manage Microsoft Azure by using the Azure portal, Visual Studio, and SQL Server Management Studio. In addition, the module describes how to manage subscriptions and billing.Lessons
- What Is Cloud Computing?
- What Is Azure?
- Managing Azure
- Subscription Management and Billing
- Create and Configure Virtual Machines
- Configure Disks
- Create and Configure Websites
- Deploy and Monitor Websites
- Create and Deploy Cloud Services
- Getting Started with Virtual Networks
- Creating a Virtual Network
- Implementing Point-to-Site Networks
- Understand Cloud Storage
- Create and Manage Storage
- Understand Relational Database Deployment Options
- Create and Connect to SQL Databases
- Overview of Azure AD
- Manage Authentication
- Azure PowerShell
- The Azure SDK and the Azure Cross-Platform Command-Line Interface
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- Describe the various Azure services, and access these services from the Azure portal.
- Create and configure virtual machines in Azure.
- Describe the Azure Websites service and Azure Cloud Services.
- Create and implement Azure networks.
- Create and configure cloud storage in Azure.
- Use databases to store data in Azure.
- Use Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), integrate applications with Azure AD, and manage authentication.
- Manage an Azure subscription by using Azure PowerShell, Microsoft Visual Studio, and the Azure command-line interface.
Before attending this course, students must have:
- Professional experience in information technology.
- An understanding of websites.
- A basic understanding of Active Directory concepts such as domains, users, and domain controllers.
- A basic understanding of database concepts, including tables and simple queries.