This course teaches IT Professionals how to manage their Azure subscriptions, create and scale virtual machines, implement storage solutions, configure virtual networking, back up and share data, connect Azure and on-premises sites, manage network traffic, implement Azure Active Directory, secure identities, and monitor your solution.

  • About this course

    This course is for Azure Administrators. The Azure Administrator implements, manages, and monitors identity, governance, storage, compute, and virtual networks in a cloud environment. The Azure Administrator will provision, size, monitor, and adjust resources as appropriate.

  • Why should you take this course?

    ✅ We will learn all there is to know to be confident when taking the Microsoft Azure Administrator exams
    ✅ We will learn the important aspects for what is required from an exam perspective

  • What will you learn by taking this course?

    How to manage Azure identities and governance
    How to implement and manage Azure Storage
    How to deploy and manage Azure compute resources
    How to configure and manage Azure virtual networking
    How to monitor and back up Azure resources


  • Chapter 1: Managing Azure Subscriptions and Resource Groups

    Introduction to Cloud Computing
    Overview of Microsoft Azure
    Microsoft Azure Services
    Azure Subscriptions
    Management Groups
    Azure Resource Manager
    Azure Portal and PowerShell
    Azure Resource Manager Policies
    Azure Policy Definition Structure
    Resource Management Locks
    Organizing Azure Resources
    Hands-On:
    ✅ Create an Azure account
    Manage subscriptions, billing, and policies
    Configure Management Groups
    Use Portal and PowerShell to deploy and manage resources on Azure
    Configure Azure policies
    Configure resource locks
    Apply and manage tags on resources
    Manage resource groups
    Manage subscriptions
    Manage costs
    Configure management groups

     

  • Chapter 2: Azure Virtual Networks and Network Security

    Introduction to Azure Virtual Networks
    IP Addresses – Public and Private
    Classless Inter-domain Routing (CIDR)
    Subnets
    Network Interface Cards (NICs)
    Network Security Groups (NSGs)
    Network Security Group Rules
    Virtual Network Service Endpoints
    Service Endpoint Policies
    Azure Load Balancer
    Azure DNS
    Azure Firewall
    Azure Bastion Service
    Hands-On:
    Create and Configure Virtual Networks
    Setup Network Security Groups (NSGs)
    Restrict Network Access to Resources with Service Endpoints
    Implement Azure DNS
    Vnet Peering
    Configure Azure Firewall

     

  • Chapter 3: Configure and manage virtual networking

    Implement and manage virtual networking
    create and configure virtual networks, including peering
    configure private and public IP addresses
    configure user-defined network routes
    implement subnets
    configure endpoints on subnets
    configure private endpoints
    configure Azure DNS, including custom DNS settings and private or public DNS zones
    Secure access to virtual networks
    create security rules
    associate a network security group (NSG) to a subnet or network interface
    evaluate effective security rules
    implement Azure Firewall
    implement Azure Bastion
  • Chapter 4: Overview of Azure Virtual Machines

    Azure Virtual Machines
    Azure Resource Manager VM
    Introduction to ARM Templates
    Create a Custom Image of Azure VM
    Create a Managed Image of a Generalized VM
    Create an Image from VM Snapshots
    Creating a Linux Virtual Machine
    Virtual Machine Extensions
    Configuration Management using PowerShell DSC
    Run Custom Scripts using Custom Script Extension
    Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
    Azure Container Instances (ACI)
    App Service
    App Service Plans
    Hands-On:
    Configure Azure Disk Encryption
    Move VMs from one resource group to another
    Manage VM sizes , Add data disks
    Configure networking
    Redeploy VMs
    Configure high availability , deploy and configure scale sets
  • Chapter 5: Overview of Azure Storage Services

    Azure Storage
    Azure Storage Replication
    Azure Storage Explorer
    Attach or Detach an External Storage Account
    Shared Access Signatures (SAS)
    Attach a Storage Account using SAS
    Azure Blob Storage
    Azure File Storage
    Azure Queue Storage
    Azure Table Storage
    Hands-On:
    Create Azure Storage accounts
    Manage storage using Azure Storage Explorer
    Export from Azure job
    Import into Azure job
    Install and use Azure Storage Explorer
    Copy data by using AZCopy
    Implement Azure Storage replication
    Configure blob object replication
    Secure storage using SAS
    Implement Blobs and Files storages
    Implement Table storage
  • Chapter 6: Secure and Manage Azure Storage

    Azure Backup
    Why Use Azure Backup?
    Files and Folder Backup
    Application Backup
    Azure File Share
    Azure File Sync
    Content Delivery Network (CDN)
    How CDN Works?
    Azure Import/Export Service
    Azure Data Box
    Hands-On:
    Implement Azure Backup service
    Create an Azure File Share
    Implement Azure File Sync
    Store and access data using Azure CDN service
    Transfer data using Azure Import/Export service
  • Chapter 7: Configure Virtual Machines for High Availability

    Azure Virtual Machine Storage
    Azure Virtual Machine Availability
    Fault and Update Domains
    Azure Load Balancer
    Automatic Scaling of Azure VMs
    VM Scale Sets
    Azure VM Backup
    Azure VM Monitoring with Azure Diagnostics Extension
    Azure Advisor
    Hands-On:
    Attach a Managed Data Disk to a Windows VM
    Initialize a New Data Disk
    Configure Azure Load Balancer
    Create a VM Scale Set
    Implement Backup and Restore
    Enable Diagnostic Extension to Monitor Metrics and Logs
  • Chapter 8: Network Traffic Distribution and Connectivity

    Azure Traffic Manager
    Azure Application Gateway
    Azure Virtual Network Routing
    Azure Virtual Network Connectivity
    Azure VPN Gateway
    BGP with VPN Gateway
    Virtual Network Peering
    Hands-On:
    Implement Azure Traffic Manager
    Configure Virtual Network Gateways
    Configure BGP with Azure VPN Gateway
    Implement Virtual Network Peering
  • Chapter 9: Integrate On-premises Network with Azure Virtual Network

    Azure Inter-site VPN Connectivity Methods
    Site-to-Site VPN Gateway Connection
    Point-to-Site VPN Gateway Connection
    VNet-to-VNet Connections
    Azure ExpressRoute
    Azure Virtual WAN
    Azure Network Watcher
    Resource Troubleshooting in Azure Network Watcher
    Hands-On:
    Create and Configure Point-to-Site Connection
    Configure Vnet-to-Vnet Connection
    Configure Azure ExpressRoute
    Configure Azure Virtual WAN
    Implement Network Watcher
  • Chapter 10: Monitoring and Access Management for Cloud Resources

    Overview of Role Based Access Control
    Azure Monitor
    Log Analytics
    Azure Activity Log
    Alerts in Azure Monitor
    Custom roles in Azure
    Provide access to Azure resources by assigning roles
    Manage multiple directories
    Hands-On:
    Manage Access using RBAC
    Grant Access for a Group using RBAC
    Configure Activity Log Alerts
    Create a custom role
    Provide access to Azure resources by assigning roles at different scopes
    Interpret access assignments
  • Chapter 11: Manage Azure Active Directory (AD)

    Identity Access Management
    Azure Active Directory
    Multi Factor Authentication
    Self-Service Password Reset
    Azure AD Identity Protection
    Azure AD Conditional Access
    Azure AD Domains and Tenants
    Azure AD Domain Services
    Azure AD Join
    Azure AD Single Sign-On
    Manage Azure AD Objects
    Hands-On:
    Create users and groups
    Create administrative units
    Manage user and group properties
    Manage device settings
    Perform bulk user updates
    Manage guest accounts
    Configure Azure AD join
    Configure self-service password reset
  • Chapter 12: Implementing and Managing Hybrid Identities

    Hybrid Identity
    Password Hash Synchronization (PHS)
    Pass-through Authentication (PTA)
    Federated Authentication
    Azure AD Seamless Single Sign-On (SSO)
    Azure AD Application Proxy
    Password Writeback
    Hands-On:
    Implement Password Hash Synchronization and Pass-through Authentication
    Implement App Proxy and Password Writeback
    Configure user accounts for Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Chapter 13: Monitor and back up Azure resources

    Create a Recovery Services vault
    Create and configure backup policy
    Perform backup and restore operations by using Azure Backup
    Perform site-to-site recovery by using Azure Site Recovery
    Configure and review backup reports
  • Chapter 14: Exam Preparation

    Exam Preparation on Aspire E-learning
    Exam Preparation on LAB
    Exam Mock Test

  • Why Need to be Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator?

     

    Responsibilities for an Azure Administrator include implementing, managing, and monitoring identity, governance, storage, compute, and virtual networks in a cloud environment, plus provision, size, monitor, and adjust resources, when needed. An Azure Administrator often serves as part of a larger team dedicated to implementing organization's cloud infrastructure.

  • What is Microsoft Azure  Administrator Exam?

     The exam is designed to measure the candidate’s skills as an Azure Administrator to implement, manage, and monitor identity in a cloud environment. The certification exam is the new version with newly loaded and updated features.

  • What are the languages available for Microsoft Azure Administrator Exam?

    This exam is available only in the English language

  • Is there any negative marking for wrong answer?

    No, there is no penalty for wrong answers. You simply don’t earn any points for the part of your response that is incorrect.

  • If I do not pass an exam, can I have a refund?

    No. Microsoft does not offer refunds for exams you do not pass or exam appointments you miss.

     

  • Key Features:
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  • Access period : 12 months
  • Course duration : 40+ hours
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Take up Cloud Computing Certification

Over the past few years, the cloud computing industry has generated a lot of interest and investment. Cloud computing has become an integral part of the IT infrastructure for many companies worldwide. Cloud computing is one of the most important investments in modern IT and it’s grown to become a top priority for all organizations. That means IT professionals with cloud skills are in high demand and certifications can help make you even more hirable by validating your cloud skills and expertise. And cloud certifications can go a long way in boosting your IT salary. Whether you’re just getting into cloud computing or you’re ready to take the next step in your IT career, there’s a certification that can help get you where you want to be.

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The Demand for Cloud Computing Professionals Will Continue to Grow

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Organizations are looking for IT professionals who have gained professional training in cloud computing and can help them implement a cloud environment into their infrastructure as seamlessly as possible. The number of jobs in Microsoft cloud (Azure) has increased over the years, and a study of 120 Microsoft partners indicated that hiring companies had tough time sourcing professionals who were skilled to work on the Microsoft Azure platform. A certification in Azure Infrastructure Solutions will enable you to have the skills necessary for those jobs.

Secure Jobs

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It Proves Your Expertise and Promotes Credibility with Employer and Peers

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Certifications are a great way to measure knowledge and skills against industry benchmarks. According to Microsoft and IDC, certification, training, and experience are three of the top four important attributes an organization looks for when hiring for a cloud-related position. A certification in cloud computing implies that you are skilled to help your organization reduce risks and costs to implement your workloads and projects on different cloud platforms. This will provide opportunities for cloud-related projects, and your clients will see you as a credible subject matter expert. It shows that you can work on complex procedures and handle cloud deployment in an enterprise.

Cloud Technology Is The Past, Present, and The Future

Over the last few years, cloud technology has transformed the way businesses operate. Whether you’re planning to carve an entry into this domain or looking to grow your cloud computing career, a certification will help you gain the most-recent skills and contribute to your organization’s business. Building the infrastructure to support cloud computing now accounts for more than a third of all IT spending worldwide, according to research from IDC. Meanwhile spending on traditional, in-house IT continues to slide as computing workloads continue to move to the cloud, whether that is public cloud services offered by vendors or private clouds built by enterprises themselves.

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