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Microsoft Azure Administrator Course Updated 2024

Microsoft Azure Administrator Course Updated 2023

78%

Alumni Career Transitions

5200+

Hiring Partners

60%

Avg Salary Hike

22

Years of R & D in Syllabus

Skills Measured

  • Manage Azure identities and governance (15–20%)
  • Implement and manage storage (15–20%)
  • Deploy and manage Azure compute resources (20–25%)
  • Configure and manage virtual networking (20-25%)
  • Monitor and maintain Azure resources (10–15%)
  • Manage Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) objects
    1. Create users and groups
    2. Manage licenses in Azure AD
    3. Create administrative units
    4. Manage user and group properties
    5. Manage device settings and device identity
    6. Perform bulk updates
    7. Manage guest accounts
    8. Configure self-service password reset
  • Manage access control
    1. Create custom role-based access control (RBAC) and Azure AD roles
    2. Provide access to Azure resources by assigning roles at different scopes
    3. Interpret access assignments
    4. Manage Azure subscriptions and governance
    5. Configure and manage Azure Policy
    6. Configure resource locks
    7. Apply and manage tags on resources
    8. Manage resource groups
    9. Manage subscriptions
    10. Manage costs by using alerts, budgets, and recommendations
    11. Configure management group
  • Configure access to storage
    1. Configure network access to storage accounts
    2. Create and configure storage accounts
    3. Generate shared access signature tokens
    4. Configure stored access policies
    5. Manage access keys
    6. Configure Azure AD authentication for a storage account
    7. Configure storage encryption
  • Manage data in Azure storage accounts
    1. Create import and export jobs
    2. Manage data by using Azure Storage Explorer and AzCopy
    3. Implement Azure Storage redundancy
    4. Configure object replication
  • Configure Azure Files and Azure Blob Storage
    1. Create an Azure file share
    2. Configure Azure Blob Storage
    3. Configure storage tiers
    4. Configure blob lifecycle management
  • Automate deployment of resources by using templates
    1. Modify an ARM template
    2. Deploy a template
    3. Save a deployment as an ARM template
    4. Deploy virtual machine (VM) extensions
  • Create and configure VMs
    1. Create a VM
    2. Manage images by using the Azure Compute Gallery
    3. Configure Azure Disk Encryption
    4. Move VMs from one resource group to another
    5. Manage VM sizes
    6. Add data disks
    7. Configure VM network settings
    8. Configure VM availability options
    9. Deploy and configure VM scale sets
  • Create and configure containers
    1. Configure sizing and scaling for Azure Container Instances
    2. Configure container groups for Azure Container Instances
    3. Configure storage for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
    4. Configure scaling for AKS
    5. Configure network connections for AKS
    6. Upgrade an AKS cluster
  • Create and configure an Azure App Service
    1. Create an App Service plan
    2. Create an App Service
    3. Secure an App Service
    4. Configure custom domain names
    5. Configure backup for an App Service
    6. Configure networking settings
    7. Configure deployment settings
  • Configure virtual networks
    1. Create and configure virtual networks and subnets
    2. Create and configure virtual network peering
    3. Configure private and public IP addresses
    4. Configure user-defined network routes
    5. Configure Azure DNS
  • Configure secure access to virtual networks
    1. Create and configure network security groups (NSGs) and application security groups (ASGs)
    2. Evaluate effective security rules
    3. Implement Azure Bastion
    4. Configure service endpoints on subnets
    5. Configure private endpoints
  • Configure load balancing
    1. Configure Azure Application Gateway
    2. Configure an internal or public load balancer
    3. Troubleshoot load balancing
  • Monitor virtual Networking
    1. Monitor on-premises connectivity
    2. Configure and use Azure Monitor for networks
    3. Use Azure Network Watcher
    4. Troubleshoot external networking
    5. Troubleshoot virtual network connectivity
  • Monitor resources by using Azure Monitor
    1. Configure and interpret metrics
    2. Configure Azure Monitor Logs
    3. Query and analyze logs
    4. Set up alerts and actions
    5. Configure monitoring of VMs, storage accounts, and networks by using VM insights
  • Implement backup and recovery
    1. Create an Azure Recovery Services vault
    2. Create an Azure Backup vault
    3. Create and configure backup policy
    4. Perform backup and restore operations by using Azure Backup
    5. Configure Azure Site Recovery for Azure resources
    6. Perform failover to a secondary region by using Azure Site Recovery
    7. Configure and review backup reports

** Syllabus Updated on April 2023 -2024

Job Opportunities

  • Microsoft Azure IaaS Cloud Operations Engineer
  • Microsoft Azure IaaS Cloud Transformation & Migration
  • Microsoft Azure IaaS Cloud Technical Architect
  • Microsoft Azure DevOps Application Developer

What you’ll learn

  • Have an understanding of cloud services
  • Understand Virtual Machines
  • Learn ARM deployment
  • Learn how to provision Azure SQL
  • Understand Virtual Networks
  • Get an overview of storage
  • Understand PaaS Cloud Service

Who should take this Azure Cloud Architect program?

This Azure certification program caters to those who are hoping to enter the cloud industry. The following roles and disciplines are ideal for this course:

  • Fresh graduates who are intent on taking the plunge into the job market

Professionals with less than 2 years of experience who are working in either technical or non-technical job roles and want to shift to cloud

What should I expect from this Azure certification program?

  • Industry-recognized certification: Upon successful completion of the Azure training program, you will earn an industry-recognized course completion certificate
  • Learn from the best in the industry: Learn core cloud computing concepts from leading industry experts with content structured to ensure industry-specific relevance
  • Projects and career services: Available through industry partners
  • Job assist services: Access job assistance services such as personalized CV, career fairs, and interview preparation for different job profiles .

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Program Fees

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 62,500.00
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Comprehensive Curriculum

45 Days +

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Date

27-May-2024

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