Students in this Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies training course will learn to deploy and configure infrastructure, implement workloads and security, understand Cloud architect technology solutions, create and deploy apps, implement authentication and secure data, and develop for the Cloud. This 5-day Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies course prepares students for the Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies exam (Exam AZ-300).
Learn to manage Azure Subscriptions and Resources, to implement and manage Storage, to deploy and manage VMs, to configure and manage virtual networks, to manage identities using Azure Active Director, to evaluate and perform server migration to Azure. Learn to implement and manage Application Services, to implement Advanced Virtual Networking, to secure Identities using Azure AD, about design and connectivity patterns, about hybrid networking, to address durability of data and caching and to measure throughput and structure of data access. Learn to use shell commands to create an App Service Web App, to create Background Tasks, to use Swagger to document an API, to create a reliable service, to create a Reliable Actors app, to get hands-on with Reliable collections and to understand the Azure Container Registry. Learn to use Azure Container instances and learn how to implement authentication using certificates, Azure AD, Azure AD Connect, and tokens. Learn to implement Role-aBsed Access Control (RBAC) authorization, to implement secure data for end-to-end encryption and for implementing SSL and TLS communications. Learn to use Azure Key Vault to manage cryptographic keys, to configure a message-based integration architecture, to Develop for Asynchronous Processing, to begin creating apps for Autoscaling and to understand Azure Cognitive Services Solutions.
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