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Microsoft Azure is a cloud platform that offers substructure, managed services, and everything else you may require for your business applications. It is appropriate for businesses that want to influence cloud servers, and who wish to service a broad array of quick services to work at balanced and at low-cost than on-premises at your place.

This path covers the basics that a Solutions Architect on Microsoft Azure will require to use Microsoft Azure as their cloud platform for a plan.

The Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies (AZ-300) training course will organize you for a career as a certified Azure Cloud Solutions Architect. The AZ-300 Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification trainingcourse covers the progressive activities for working with the Azure platform, with managing Azure resources, figuring and installing virtual machines and networks, and grasping Azure Cognitive Services Solutions.

Audience Profile:

The course is ideal for the following

  • IT professionals"We also have a committed team that offers assistance"
  • Cloud solution architects
  • Practiced Azure administrators and developers
  • DevOps Professionals

Course Essentials:

  •  Foundational knowledge on Cloud Architecture.
  •  Fundamentals of Cloud Computing.
  •  Basic understanding of visualization, networking & databases.
  •  Proficiency in using Visual Studio IDE, PowerShell and Command-Line Interface.
  •  Coding experience in C# - Optional.
  •  Expertise in at least one of the followings i.e. Azure administration, Azure development or DevOps.

Course Objectives:

  • Deploy and Configure Infrastructure
  • Implement Workloads and Security
  • Architect Cloud Technology Solutions
  • Create and Install Apps
  • Implement Authentication and Secure Data

Develop for the cloud

 

 

Course Enables:

Upon the completion of the AZ-300 Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification training course, the candidates will be capable of

  •  Succeed Azure subscriptions and resources.
  •  Configure, install, and manage virtual machines and networks.
  •  Value and perform server migration to Azure.
  • Implement and manage progressive virtual networking and application services.
  • Manage and protect identities.
  • Select compute and storage solutions.
  • Perform hybrid networking.
  • Evaluate throughout and building of data access.
  • Generate web applications using PaaS.
  • Make apps and Services Running on Service Fabric.
  • Use Azure Kubernetes Service for health checking and maintenance.
  • Develop long-running tasks and dispersed transactions.
  • Arrange a message-based integration architecture.
  • Develop for asynchronous processing and autoscaling .
  • Create Azure Cognitive Services solutions

Curriculum

  • Sl. No.
  • Chapter
  • Chapter - 1
  • Introduction to Microsoft Azure and Its Services
  • Chapter - 1.1
  • Azure Subscriptions
  • Chapter - 1.2
  • Azure Resources
  • Chapter - 1.3
  • Azure Free Tier Account
  • Chapter - 1.4
  • Azure Resource Manager
  • Chapter - 1.5
  • Azure Resource Manager Template
  • Chapter - 1.6
  • Azure Storage
  • Chapter - 1.7
  • Types of Azure Storage
  • Chapter - 2
  • Azure Virtual Machines and Networking
  • Chapter - 2.1
  • Azure Resource Manager Virtual Machine
  • Chapter - 2.2
  • Virtual Machines in ARM Template
  • Chapter - 2.3
  • Overview of Azure Virtual Machine
  • Chapter - 2.4
  • Azure Managed Disks
  • Chapter - 2.5
  • Azure Blob Storage
  • Chapter - 2.6
  • Networking in Azure
  • Chapter - 2.7
  • Subnets, NIC, NSG, IP Addresses, DNS
  • Chapter - 3
  • Azure VMSS and Availability Zones
  • Chapter - 3.1
  • Resiliency
  • Chapter - 3.2
  • Azure Availability Sets
  • Chapter - 3.3
  • Azure Availability Zone
  • Chapter - 3.4
  • Autoscaling
  • Chapter - 3.5
  • Virtual Machine Scale Set
  • Chapter - 3.6
  • Fault Domain
  • Chapter - 3.7
  • Update Domain
  • Chapter - 3.8
  • Load Balancer
  • Chapter - 3.9
  • Application Gateway
  • Chapter - 3.10
  • Azure Disk Encryption
  • Chapter - 4
  • Azure App Services and Its Features
  • Chapter - 4.1
  • Azure App Service Web Apps
  • Chapter - 4.2
  • App Service Security
  • Chapter - 4.3
  • Serverless Computing Concepts
  • Chapter - 4.4
  • Function Apps
  • Chapter - 4.5
  • Azure Event Grid
  • Chapter - 4.6
  • Azure Service Bus
  • Chapter - 4.7
  • Azure App Service Logic App
  • Chapter - 4.8
  • Using Shell Commands to create Web App
  • Chapter - 4.9
  • Background Tasks
  • Chapter - 4.10
  • Swagger tool
  • Chapter - 5
  • Advanced Azure Hybrid Connectivity and Site Recovery
  • Chapter - 5.1
  • Hybrid Connectivity
  • Chapter - 5.2
  • VNet S2S VPN
  • Chapter - 5.3
  • VNet Peering
  • Chapter - 5.4
  • Service Chaining
  • Chapter - 5.5
  • Azure VPN Gateway
  • Chapter - 5.6
  • Policy-Based Gateway
  • Chapter - 5.7
  • Route Based Gateway
  • Chapter - 5.8
  • Swagger tool
  • Chapter - 5.9
  • Gateway Connections
  • Chapter - 5.10
  • Express Route
  • Chapter - 5.11
  • VNet Routing
  • Chapter - 5.12
  • User-Defined Route
  • Chapter - 5.13
  • Border Gateway Protocol
  • Chapter - 5
  • Advanced Azure Hybrid Connectivity and Site Recovery
  • Chapter - 5.1
  • Hybrid Connectivity
  • Chapter - 5.2
  • VNet S2S VPN
  • Chapter - 5.3
  • VNet Peering
  • Chapter - 5.4
  • Service Chaining
  • Chapter - 5.5
  • Azure VPN Gateway
  • Chapter - 5.6
  • Policy-Based Gateway
  • Chapter - 5.7
  • Route Based Gateway
  • Chapter - 5.8
  • Swagger tool
  • Chapter - 5.9
  • Gateway Connections
  • Chapter - 5.10
  • Express Route
  • Chapter - 5.11
  • VNet Routing
  • Chapter - 5.12
  • User-Defined Route
  • Chapter - 5.13
  • Border Gateway Protocol
  • Chapter - 6
  • Azure Storage Solution and Design Patterns
  • Chapter - 6.1
  • Cloud design patterns
  • Chapter - 6.2
  • Cache-aside pattern
  • Chapter - 6.3
  • Sharding Pattern
  • Chapter - 6.4
  • Azure SQL DB
  • Chapter - 6.5
  • Azure Elastic Pool
  • Chapter - 6.6
  • Azure Data Lakes
  • Chapter - 6.7
  • Azure Data Factory
  • Chapter - 6.8
  • Azure Cosmos DB
  • Chapter - 7
  • Azure Kubernetes Service
  • Chapter - 7.1
  • Application Environment Components
  • Chapter - 7.2
  • Docker
  • Chapter - 7.3
  • DockerFile
  • Chapter - 7.4
  • Docker Image
  • Chapter - 7.5
  • Azure Container Registry
  • Chapter - 7.6
  • Azure Container Instance
  • Chapter - 7.7
  • Orchestration
  • Chapter - 7.8
  • Azure Kubernetes Service
  • Chapter - 7.9
  • Diagnostics Logs
  • Chapter - 7
  • Azure Kubernetes Service
  • Chapter - 7.1
  • Application Environment Components
  • Chapter - 7.2
  • Docker
  • Chapter - 7.3
  • DockerFile
  • Chapter - 7.4
  • Docker Image
  • Chapter - 7.5
  • Azure Container Registry
  • Chapter - 7.6
  • Azure Container Instance
  • Chapter - 7.7
  • Orchestration
  • Chapter - 7.8
  • Azure Kubernetes Service
  • Chapter - 7.9
  • Diagnostics Logs
  • Chapter - 8
  • Azure Active Directory and Role-Based Access Control Topics
  • Chapter - 8.1
  • Access Control
  • Chapter - 8.2
  • Role-Based Access Control
  • Chapter - 8.3
  • Validation in applications (permits, Azure AD, Azure AD Connect, token-based)
  • Chapter - 8.4
  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA)
  • Chapter - 8.5
  • Claims-based authorization
  • Chapter - 8.6
  • Role-based access control (RBAC) authorization
  • Chapter - 8.7
  • End-to-end encryption
  • Chapter - 8.8
  • Azure confidential computing
  • Chapter - 8.9
  • SSL and TLS communications
  • Chapter - 8.10
  • Azure Key Vault
  • Chapter - 8.11
  • Configure Fraud alerts
  • Chapter - 8.12
  • Bypass option trusted IPs
  • Chapter - 8.13
  • Managed Service Identity
  • Chapter - 8.14
  • Service Principal authentication
  • Chapter - 9
  • Azure Messaging Service (Events, Hubs, Queue and Bus)
  • Chapter - 9.1
  • Azure Messaging Service
  • Chapter - 9.2
  • Azure Service Bus
  • Chapter - 9.3
  • Azure Events Hub
  • Chapter - 9.4
  • Azure Events Grid
  • Chapter - 9.5
  • Azure Notifications Hub
  • Chapter - 9.6
  • Auto Scale Ruling in Azure
  • Chapter - 9.7
  • Transient Fault Handling
  • Chapter - 10
  • Azure Monitoring and Insights Service
  • Chapter - 10.1
  • Azure Monitoring
  • Chapter - 10.2
  • Azure Analytics
  • Chapter - 10.3
  • Azure Alerts
  • Chapter - 10.4
  • Azure Resource Metrics
  • Chapter - 10.5
  • Azure Activity Log
  • Chapter - 10.6
  • Service Health
  • Chapter - 10.7
  • Azure Log Analytics
  • Chapter - 10.8
  • Azure App Insights

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