Azure Administration 8hours

As Azure grows in popularity, so does its need for administrators who are proficient in managing it. This includes troubleshooting problems, monitoring performance, and making decisions about which features to use or not use.

Chapter 4 : Identity Management

Azure AD provides identity management for any organization, of any size. For instance, it can be used to manage employee access to corporate resources like email and SharePoint.

Creating users in Azure AD

Assigning a user to a role

Registering an application in Azure AD

Creating groups

Managing groups

Managing directory roles

Monitoring and auditing users

Enabling MFA authentication

Securing an Azure Service Fabric cluster

45min.

Chapter 5 : Access Management

Azure Access Management is a cloud-based security system that allows enterprises to control who can access data in their datacenters.

Creating a custom role

Configuring access to Azure resources

Configuring MSI

Using and revoking Shared Access Policies

Generating SAS tokens for different services

45min.

Chapter 6 : Managing Virtual Machines

Virtual Machine is an abstraction of physical hardware that gives the guest operating system the impression that it is running on a dedicated machine with its own processing unit..

Adding data disks

Adding network interfaces

Using Desired State Configuration

Scaling VMs up/out

Configuring monitoring

Configuring high availability

Deploying VMs

Securing access to VMs

Connecting to a VM

45min.

Chapter 7 : Advanced Networking

Azure Advanced Networking offers a much higher bandwidth and much lower latency, resulting in a more responsive experience when accessing Microsoft’s cloud data centers.

Implementing load balancing

Monitoring networks

Configuring DDoS protection

Enabling VNets for AKS

Enabling VNets for ACI

Enabling VNets for Redis Cache

45min.

Chapter 9 : High Availability and Disaster Recovery

High Availability is a process in which the system is designed to be continuously available in order to meet the service level requirements. Disaster Recovery is a process in which an organization prepares for, responds to, and recovers from disruptions that could be caused by natural or human-caused disasters.

Monitoring Azure VMs

Monitoring Azure Storage services

Monitoring Azure App Service

Implementing Azure SQL backup

Implementing Azure Storage backup

Implementing Availability Zones for VMs and high availability

Monitoring and managing global routing for web traffic with Azure Front Door

Designing backup plans for VMs

45min.

Satish Kumar

Kumar Satish

Instructor

Kumar Satish started his career as a Unix and Linux System Engineer in 2011. Kumar has professiona experience with CentOS, RedHat, Ubuntu, and Debian. He enjoys teaching others how to use and exploit the power of the Linux operating system.