Inhoud ICT-cursus AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator

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Tijdens de ICT-cursus AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator worden de volgende onderdelen behandeld:

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Users

In this course, you’ll learn about how Azure Active Directory serves as a central cloud-based identity provider. First, you’ll examine how to create and manage Azure AD users using GUI and command line tools, as well as how to enable MFA. You’ll also learn about Azure AD in cloud authentication, user management, and multifactor authentication. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Groups & Devices

In this course, you’ll learn how to create and manage Azure AD groups, as well as how to join both Windows 10 and Android devices to Azure AD. You’ll examine how to create and manage Azure AD groups using GUI and command line tools. You’ll also discover how to join Windows 10 and Android devices to Azure AD and create a dynamic device group. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Policies

Azure policies can be used to control resource creation, management, and configuration. In this course, you’ll learn about Azure policies, including policy assignment, compliance, and remediation. You’ll examine Azure policies and how they apply Azure permissions. You’ll discover how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to assign a built-in Azure policy, as well as how to create a custom policy. Lastly, you’ll learn how to view Azure policy compliance, and view and apply policy remediations. This course is one of a collection of courses that can be used in preparation for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Roles & Tags

Role-based access control is used to control Azure resource access. In this course, you’ll explore the management of Azure resources using RBAC and resource locking, as well as the use of resource tagging to facilitate easier searching and organization of resources. You’ll start by examining how Azure roles assign permissions to different scopes. You’ll then use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to assign a built-in Azure role, as well as create and assign a custom Azure role. Next, you’ll explore the benefits of resource locking, how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to enable Azure resource locking to prevent modification or deletion, and use an ARM template to enable resource locking. Finally, you’ll examine the benefits of tagging Azure resources, and how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to tag Azure resources. This course is one of a collection of courses that helps you to prepare for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Storage Accounts

In this course, you’ll learn how to create and manage cloud storage with Azure storage accounts using GUI and command line tools. You’ll explore how to create and manage Azure storage accounts, upload content, enable replication, and methods for accessing storage accounts. You’ll start by examining the details of Azure storage accounts such as storage tiers, and how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure storage accounts. You’ll then see how to limit network access to a storage account, use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to manage storage account blobs, and use AzCopy to upload blobs to a storage account. Next, you’ll learn how to use the portal to manage blob lifecycle policies, and enable Azure AD authentication for a storage account.

You’ll continue on to discover how to refresh storage account access keys, create a storage account shared access signature, and enable storage account replication. Lastly, you’ll install and use the Azure Storage Explorer tool, enable blob soft delete, and use customer-managed keys to encrypt cloud data. This course is one of a collection of courses that helps to prepare learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Files

Azure file sharing and synchronization is a key skill for an Azure administrator. In this course, you’ll explore using Azure Files for creating and managing cloud-based shared folders, as well as file synchronization using Azure File Sync. You’ll start by examining how Azure file shares enable shared folders in the cloud, and how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure file shares. You’ll then learn how to map a drive to Azure file shares using Windows, and map a mount point to Azure file shares using Linux. Lastly, you’ll examine the purpose of Azure File Sync, and how to enable an on-premises Azure File Sync gateway. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Network Solutions

Azure network resources need to be managed. In this course, you’ll explore Azure network resources, Azure VNet peering, and Azure ExpressRoute. You’ll start by determining which Azure network configurations should be used, and how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to manage VNets and subnets. You’ll then learn how to manage both network interfaces and IP address resources. Next, you’ll discover how to configure routing table entries, the purpose of peering Azure VNets, and how to enable Azure VNet peering. Lastly, you’ll troubleshoot network issues using both Network Performance Monitor and Network Watcher, examine how ExpressRoute provides dedicated private network links to Azure, and enable ExpressRoute. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure DNS & Network Security

Explore the management of Azure DNS services and its benefits. In this course, you’ll examine how DNS name resolution works in Azure, how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to create a DNS zone, and how to enable custom DNS servers for a VNet. You’ll then examine how network security groups control inbound and outbound traffic flow, how to manage network security groups, and how to perform security rule troubleshooting. Next, you’ll see how to configure both a point-to-site VPN and a site-to-site VPN, and examine the benefits of using Azure Virtual WAN. Finally, you’ll learn how security issues are addressed by using Azure Firewall and Azure Bastion, and how to deploy and manage both Azure Firewall and Azure Bastion. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Virtual Machines

Discover how to create and manage Azure virtual machines. In this course, you’ll explore deploying and managing Azure virtual machines, adding and encrypting VM disks, and enabling VM custom scripts. You’ll start by examining Azure VM deployment requirements, and how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to deploy Azure VMs. You’ll then see how to use ARM to deploy Azure VMs, save a deployment as an ARM template, manage a Windows VM in Azure using RDP, and manage a Linux VM in Azure using SSH. Next, you’ll see how to configure Linux VM public key authentication, enable Just-in-Time VM access, and move a VM to a different resource group. You’ll continue on to see how to use VHD deployment templates, perform VM resizing, and create a VM data disk and an Azure Key Vault. Lastly, you’ll see how to enable VM disk encryption and enable post deployment configurations using custom VM scripts. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Availability Solutions

Azure offers a variety of high availability protection services, which allow you to protect systems and data. In this course, you’ll learn how to manage various Azure backup and recovery solutions. You’ll start by improving application performance and availability with VM scale sets, load balancing, and the application gateway.

Next, you’ll learn how to use Azure Site Recovery for VM replication and failover and how to enable Azure VM backup using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell. You’ll then examine how to backup on-premises file servers, restore deleted VMs, and connect to a VM through a serial console. Lastly, you’ll see how to deploy a web application firewall. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure App Service & Batch Jobs

Discover how to manage Azure App Service web applications and Azure Batch jobs. In this course, you’ll learn about deploying and managing web apps, configuring Azure Batch, and managing Azure application container solutions. You’ll start by examining how to use the portal to deploy code-based and container-based web apps as well as app service plans. You’ll then see how to modify the container image used by a web app and how to deploy a web app using Microsoft Visual Studio. Next, you’ll learn how to configure web app custom DNS domain names, enable an HTTPS binding, manage deployment slots, configure scaling, and enable web app backups. Finally, you’ll explore how to create an Azure Batch account, configure a batch job, deploy an Azure Kubernetes cluster, and deploy an Azure Container Instance. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

Microsoft Azure Administrator: Monitoring Azure Resources

Discover how to effectively monitor your Azure deployments. In this course, you’ll explore individual and centralized resource logging and performance monitoring, log querying, dashboards, alert notifications and application insights. You’ll start by examining logs and metrics for individual Azure resources and then move on to centralized monitoring using Log Analytic Workspaces. Next, you’ll learn how to create log queries and save them to dashboards, how to analyze performance metrics, and how to configure alert notifications. Lastly, you’ll see how to troubleshoot cloud network issues using Network Performance Monitor and Network Watcher. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.

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