Microsoft Azure Online Training

Microsoft Azure may be a cloud computing service created by Microsoft for building, testing, deploying and managing applications and services through Microsoft managed Data Centers. Microsoft Azure Formerly referred to as Windows Azure. It provides SaaS, PaaS, and Iaas and supports many various programming languages, tools and frameworks. Microsoft lists over 600 Azure services. it's a subscription based service. Subscribers can use these services to make cloud based resources, like virtual machines and databases. Azure holds the most important market share, after AWS. Microsoft provides five different customer support options for Azure, including Basic, Developer, Standard, Professional Direct and Premier.
Architecture of Azure:

  • Compute
  • Storage
  • Networking
  • Identity
  • Market Place
  • Better security
  • Fast, Flexible, Reliable and Affordable platform
  • Supports almost any OS, Language, Tool or Framework
  • Less operational cost
  • Easy backup and recovery options

Introduction to Azure
Cloud technology overview
Overview of Azure
Managing Azure with the Azure portal
Managing Azure with Windows PowerShell
Overview of Azure Resource Manager
Azure management services
Managing Microsoft Azure
Use the Azure portals
Use Azure Resource Manager features via the Azure portal.
Use Azure PowerShell
Implementing and managing Azure networking
Overview of Azure networking
Implementing and managing Azure virtual networks
Configuring Azure virtual networks
Configuring Azure virtual network connectivity
Overview of Azure classic networking
Using a deployment template to implement Azure virtual networks
Creating an Azure virtual network by using a deployment template
Creating a virtual network by using PowerShell
Configure virtual networks
Configuring connectivity between classic and Azure Resource Manager virtual networks
Using a PowerShell script to connect a classic VNet and an Azure Resource Manager VNet
Configuring a point-to-site VPN
Validating virtual network connectivity
Implementing virtual machines
Overview of Azure Resource Manager virtual machines
Planning for Azure virtual machines
Deploying Azure Resource Manager virtual machines
Authoring Azure Resource Manager templates
Overview of classic virtual machines
Creating Azure Resource Manager virtual machines in Azure
Creating virtual machines by using the Azure portal and Azure PowerShell
Validating virtual machine creation Deploying Azure Resource Manager virtual machines by using Azure Resource Manager templates
Using Visual Studio and an Azure Resource Manager template to deploy virtual machines
Using Azure PowerShell and an Azure Resource Manager template to deploy virtual machines
Managing Azure virtual machines
Configuring virtual machines
Configuring virtual machine disks
Managing and monitoring Azure virtual machines
Managing classic virtual machines
Configuring availability
Implementing desired state configuration (DSC)
Implementing storage space–based volumes
Planning and implementing storage, backup, and recovery services
Planning storage
Implementing and managing storage
Implementing Azure Content Delivery Networks
Implementing Azure Backup
Planning for and implementing Azure Site Recovery
Creating and configuring Azure storage
Using Azure file storage
Protecting data with Microsoft Azure Backup
Implementing Azure Active Directory
Creating and managing Azure AD tenants
Configuring application and resource access with Azure AD
Overview of Azure AD Premium RBAC(Role Based Access Control