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Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Services

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Azure Overview

Azure can really benefit your business by providing access to resources in the cloud and reducing costs at the same time. Azure provides high availability, backup and SLAs for your cloud-based infrastructure.

  • Cloud Computing
  • Azure Benefits
  • Software as a Service (SaaS)
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
  • Azure Products Overview
  • SLA and Pricing

Azure Management

Azure can be managed through the Azure Management Portal or with Windows PowerShell. PowerShell is the command-line tool to manage all your Windows servers and applications. Even when they are stored in Azure. PowerShell can be used to connect to and manage your subscription.

  • Azure Portal
  • Managing Azure with PowerShell
  • Cloud Shell
  • Azure Deployment Models: Classic versus Resource Manager
  • Azure Storage
  • Role-Based Access Control

Azure Networking

Virtual Networks in Azure allow you to setup communication between your VMs. Virtual Networks can be connected to one another through VNet peering or a VPN Gateway. This VPN Gateway can also be used to connect to your on-prem network, using a site-to-site or point-to-site tunnel. If you need dedicated bandwidth, you can choose an ExpressRoute connection, giving your company a direct link to the Azure Datacenters.

  • Virtual Network
  • VNet Peering
  • VPN Gateway
  • ExpressRoute
  • Azure DNS

Azure Virtual Machines

With virtual machines you have access to a scalable computing infrastructure on demand when you quickly need to create new environments to fulfill the growing needs of your organization. Azure provides a set of predefined Windows and Linux operating systems in different configurations to get you started. You can also upload your own VHDs and start from there.

  • VM Overview
  • VM Sizes
  • VM Storage
  • VM Networking
  • VM Availability
  • Create VMs
  • VM Scale Sets

Azure Load Balancing

Microsoft Azure provides multiple services for managing how network traffic is distributed and load balanced. You can use these services individually or combine their methods, depending on your needs, to build the optimal solution.

  • Azure Load Balancer
  • Application Gateway
  • Web Application Firewall
  • Traffic Manager

Azure Web Apps

With Azure Web Apps you can deploy and scale modern websites and web apps in seconds.

  • App Services
  • Scaling Web Apps
  • Deployment
  • Backup and Restore
  • Configuration and Monitoring
  • Adding a Custom Domain to your Web App
  • Enabling HTTPS

Azure SQL Database

Azure SQL Database delivers Database-as-a-Service functionality, based on SQL Server and hosted in Microsoft Azure. SQL Azure focuses on predictable performance, scalability, business continuity, data protection, zero administration, and familiar tools.

  • SQL Database
  • Managed Instances
  • Business Continuity
  • Managing Databases
  • Connecting to SQL Azure
  • Security
  • Data Migration

Azure Resource Manager Templates

ARM Templates are JSON files that define one or more resources to deploy to a resource group. The template can be used to deploy the resources consistently and repeatedly.

  • Resource Manager Overview
  • ARM Templates Overview and Syntax
  • Authoring Templates
  • Deploy Resources with Templates

Windows Azure helps IT Professionals to build a scalable infrastructure to their needs. Azure Automation uses PowerShell to quickly deploy new VMs and configure these VMs as needed. Resource Manager Templates help you to deploy your resources in Azure in a consistent manner.

This course is intended for IT professional technical specialists responsible for implementing and maintaining the IT environment.

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