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Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Training

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Last Update January 12, 2022
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About This Course

Intelligence Gateway’s Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Training Course will familiarize you with the main principles of cloud computing and how they have been implemented in Microsoft Azure. This Azure course will get you up to speed on Azure services, security, privacy, compliance, trust, pricing, and support.

 

Course Overview

This course will teach you the basics of Azure and will prepare you for the AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification exam. You’ll learn how to create the most common Azure services, including virtual machines, web apps, SQL databases, features of Azure Active Directory, and methods of integrating it with on-premises Active Directory.

 

Course Curriculum

 

Eligibility

The AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification is for someone who wants to demonstrate basic knowledge of cloud services. It is ideal for professionals with non-technical backgrounds: those who sell or purchase cloud-based solutions and services or have some involvement with cloud-based solutions and services, as well as those with a technical background who wish to validate their knowledge of cloud services.
 

Pre-requisites

For this course, you need to have some general IT knowledge or experience.
 

Course Content

1. Cloud Concepts
01 Introduction
02 What is Cloud Computing
03 What is CC
04 benefits of cloud computing
05 Key concepts and Terminology
06 Economies of Scale
07 Capex vs Opex
08 Public cloud
09 Characteristics of Public Cloud
10 Private Cloud
11 Characteristics of Private CLoud
12 Hybrid Cloud
13 Characteristics of Hybrid CLoud
14 Review and what next
15 IAAS
16 Use cases of IAAS
17 What is paas
18 Common Scenarios Paas
19 What is saas
20 Share REsponsibility MOdel
 
2. Core Azure Services
01 Introduction
02 Azure Regions
03 Special Azure regions
04 Region pairs
05 Feature Availability Region Wise
06 Availability Zones
07 Availability Sets
08 What are Resource Groups
09 Azure Resource Manager
10 Azure Core Services and Products
11 What is Azure Compute
12 Azure Virtual Machines – Audiocast Only
13 Virtual Machines 1 – Lab
14 Virtual Machines II – Lab
15 Virtual Machines III – Lab
16 Virtual Machines IV – Lab
17 Virtual Machines V – Lab
18 Virtual Machine VI – LAB
19 What are Containers
20 Containers ( LAB Activity )
21 What Are Virtual Networks
22 Virtual Networks Lab
23 Azure Load Balancer
24 VPN Gateway
25 Azure Application Gateway – I
26 Azure Content Delivery Networks (CDN’s)
27 Azure Storage Services
28 Structured Data
29 Semi Structured Data
30 Unstructured Data
31 Azure Database Services
32 Azure SQL – Lab Demo
33 Azure Marketplace
34 What is Internet of Things ( IOT ) – Intro
35 IOT Hub
36 IOT Hub Demo
37 Azure Big Data and Analytics
38 Azure SQL Data Warehouse
39 Azure HDInsights
40 Azure Data Lake Analytics
41 Machine Learning
42 What is Server less Computing
43 The concept of Devops
44 Azure Management Tools
45 Creating Resources with Powershell – Lab Activity
46 Creating Resources with Azure CLI – Lab Activity
47 Provision Resources using Cloud Shell – Lab Activity
48 Azure advisor
49 What did we learn
 
3. Security, Privacy, Compliance and Trust
01 What to expect in Module 3
02 Azure Firewalls
03 Azure Firewall – Lab Activity – notes
04 Azure Firewall – Lab Activity
05 Azure DDOS
06 Network Security Groups
07 Application Security Groups
08 Which Network Security Solution to choose from
09 Authentication and Authorization
10 Azure Active Directory
11 Multi Factor Authentication
12 Azure Security Center
13 Azure Security Center – Lab Activity
14 Azure Key Vault
15 Azure Information Protection
16 Azure Advanced Threat Protection
17 What is Azure Policy
18 Azure Policy – Lab Activity
19 Azure Role Based Access Control ( RBAC )
20 Azure Role Based Access Control ( RBAC ) – Lab Activity
21 Azure Locks
22 Azure Locks – Lab Activity
23 Azure Blueprints
24 Subscription Governance
25 Azure Tags
26 Azure Monitoring
27 Azure Monitoring Lab Activity
28 Azure Service Health
29 Monitoring Applications and Services
30 Compliance Terms and Requirments
31 Microsoft Privacy Statement
32 Microsoft Trust Center
33 Service Trust Portal
34 Azure Government Services
35 Azure Germany Services
36 Azure China
 
4. Azure Pricing and Support
01 Module 4 Introduction What to expect in this module
02 Azure Subscriptions
03 What are Management Groups
04 Purchase Azure Product & Services Available Options
05 Usage Metrics
06 Factors Affecting Costs
07 The concept of Zones for Billing
08 Azure Pricing Calculator
09 Azure Total Cost of Ownership ( TCO )
10 Ways to Minimize Costs in Azure
11 Azure Cost Management
12 Azure Support Plans
13 Alternative Support Options
14 Service Level Agreements ( SLA’s )
15 Composite SLA’s
16 Improving Application SLA’s
17 Public and Features
18 Providing Feedback
19 General Availability
20 Azure Updates , Announcements and Roadmaps
21 Conclusion

 

FAQs

How do I become a Azure Developer?
Professionals seeking an Azure developer role are expected to know how to design, build, test, and maintain cloud applications and services on Microsoft Azure. They should also have the ability to program in a language supported by Azure. Intelligence Gateway’s Azure fundamentals certification can help you start a promising career as an Azure developer.
 
Is Azure fundamentals course difficult to learn?
At first glance, Azure may look a bit overwhelming for a beginner as it covers a wide range of cloud services. However, it is not so; you can learn Azure by opting for our cutting-edge Azure fundamentals course drafted by experienced faculty members and cloud computing experts.
 
Are Azure fundamentals certification worth?
Companies across all industrial sectors are migrating to the cloud because of a number of benefits they get in networking, computing, and storage. Microsoft Azure is one of the most widely used cloud platforms, and professionals skilled in using it are in high demand. A Microsoft Azure certification helps you pursue many career options and get better recognition in an organization. Our Azure fundamentals training is all you need to get Azure certified.
 
What are the job roles available after getting a Azure fundamentals certification?
An Azure fundamentals certification can help you become eligible for many job roles like Azure administrator, Azure developer associate, Azure cloud architect, and Azure networking specialist.
 
What does Azure Developers do?
Azure developers participate in all the phases of cloud development, i.e., requirements, definition, design, development, deployment, maintenance, performance tuning, and monitoring. They collaborate with cloud database administrators, cloud solutions architects, and clients to implement appropriate solutions. Take our Azure fundamentals certification today and gain the right skills to handle all these responsibilities.
 
What skills should a Azure Developer know?
Azure developers participate in all the phases of cloud development, i.e., requirements, definition, design, development, deployment, maintenance, performance tuning, and monitoring. They collaborate with cloud database administrators, cloud solutions architects, and clients to implement appropriate solutions. Take our Azure fundamentals certification today and gain the right skills to handle all these responsibilities.
 
Which companies hire for Azure Developers?
Upon completing this Azure fundamentals certification training, you can seek employment with companies like Microsoft, Accenture, Mindtree, Tata Consultancy Services, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Capgemini, HCL Technologies, and ITC.
 

Learning Objectives

Public Private and Hybrid cloud
IAAS PAAS SAAS
Azure regions
Azure Resource Manager
Azure Virtual Machines
Containers
Content delivery networks
Azure storage services
IOT HubAzure big data and analytics
Azure SQL data warehouse
Azure HD insights
Azure Data Lake Analytics
Power Shell Azure CLI Cloud Shell
Azure firewall
Azure key vault
Azure rolebased access control
Azure locks
Azure pricing calculator
Service level agreements

Material Includes

  • Public Private and Hybrid cloud
  • IAAS PAAS SAAS
  • Azure regions
  • Azure Resource Manager
  • Azure Virtual Machines
  • Containers
  • Content delivery networks
  • Azure storage services
  • IOT HubAzure big data and analytics
  • Azure SQL data warehouse
  • Azure HD insights
  • Azure Data Lake Analytics
  • Power Shell Azure CLI Cloud Shell
  • Azure firewall
  • Azure key vault
  • Azure rolebased access control
  • Azure locks
  • Azure pricing calculator
  • Service level agreements

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Material Includes

  • Public Private and Hybrid cloud
  • IAAS PAAS SAAS
  • Azure regions
  • Azure Resource Manager
  • Azure Virtual Machines
  • Containers
  • Content delivery networks
  • Azure storage services
  • IOT HubAzure big data and analytics
  • Azure SQL data warehouse
  • Azure HD insights
  • Azure Data Lake Analytics
  • Power Shell Azure CLI Cloud Shell
  • Azure firewall
  • Azure key vault
  • Azure rolebased access control
  • Azure locks
  • Azure pricing calculator
  • Service level agreements
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