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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Azure App Services $74.95
Azure Backup and Recovery $74.95
Azure Active Directory and Authentication $74.95
Azure Security and Monitoring $74.95
Automation and High Availability $74.95
Azure SQL DB and ARM Templates $74.95
Azure Networking $74.95
Azure Virtual Machine Management $74.95
Azure Storage and the Azure Environment $74.95

Bundle Price: $319.00
Total Savings: $355.55


Azure App Services

In this course, you'll learn what Azure App Services is used for, as well as how to deploy various types of services. You'll also get hands-on experience deploying and managing web apps, which is required as per 70-533 Domain #1.
  • start the course
  • identify how web and mobile apps are deployed and scaled
  • list the Azure App Service components
  • describe when containers should be used
  • describe the characteristics of different types of application services
  • define how deployment slots are used
  • deploy a web app to a deployment slot
  • list common web app settings
  • work with Visual Studio to create and deploy an ASP.Net web app
  • use PowerShell to manage a web app
  • distinguish webjob triggers
  • use the portal to create an on-demand WebJob
  • identify how Azure provides scalability and resilience for app services
  • enable autoscaling for an ASP.Net web app
  • describe the purpose of monitoring app services using Kudu
  • use Kudu to view diagnostic information
  • use Visual Studio to create and deploy an ASP.Net web app

Azure Backup and Recovery

Disaster recovery is proactive planning. In this course, you'll learn how to back up Azure data, as well as how to plan Azure site recovery as per exam 70-533 Domain #3.
  • start the course
  • describe recovery principles for IT cloud services
  • describe how Azure Backup works with the Backup vault
  • install Backup agent and register hosts with Azure Backup vault
  • recognize when to use Azure Site Recovery options
  • list options for saving copies of Azure SQL databases
  • export a copy of an Azure SQL DB
  • configure the Azure Backup agent and export SQL DB

Azure Active Directory and Authentication

Domain #4 of the 70-533 exam focuses on Azure Active Directory. In this course, you'll learn about users and groups in Azure Active Directory, as well as how to synchronize on-premises users to Azure AD. Then you will gain experience configuring Azure AD authentication.
  • start the course
  • describe how Azure AD can benefit an organization
  • differentiate features between Azure AD editions
  • apply RBAC to delegate Azure management permissions
  • configure Azure AD
  • connect to an Azure AD instance using the tenant ID
  • configure Azure RBAC assignments
  • use the UI, PowerShell, and Azure CLI to manage users
  • use the UI, PowerShell, and Azure CLI to manage groups
  • describe the purpose of Azure AD Connect
  • join a Windows 10 station to Azure Active Directory
  • deploy a custom domain controller running in an Azure VM
  • configure self-service password reset
  • describe types of authentication and how they relate to Azure AD
  • describe when to use Federation and the Web Application Proxy
  • synchronize on-premises user accounts with Azure AD
  • verify Single Sign-On for a Windows 10 station
  • enable Facebook SSO for Azure AD users
  • enable Google ID SSO for Azure AD users
  • enhance Azure AD security by enabling MFA
  • manage Azure AD users and groups

Azure Security and Monitoring

Domains #1, 2, and 3 of the 70-533 exam require exam candidates to have skills related to monitoring various Azure components including configuring alerts and e-mail notifications. This course will cover various Azure security mechanisms included in all 70-533 exam domains.
  • start the course
  • define the reasons for Azure security measures
  • describe how Azure drive encryption works
  • user PowerShell to encrypt an Azure VM disk
  • describe how the Azure Key Vault is used
  • use PowerShell to create an Azure Key Vault
  • recognize the purpose of network security groups
  • use the portal to configure a network security group
  • use PowerShell to configure a network security group
  • define the relevance of monitoring
  • list multiple ways logs can be accessed
  • enable remote debugging for an Azure web app
  • enable the VM agent for monitoring and boot diagnostics
  • add metrics and alerts to monitor a web app
  • add metrics and alerts to monitor Azure storage
  • work with storage account logs
  • add metrics and alerts to monitor Azure SQL DB
  • encrypt a VM disk and enable monitoring

Automation and High Availability

Domain #1 of the 70-533 exam will test your ability to scale web apps to ensure Azure services are always available and perform optimally. Domain #2 focuses on virtual machine management including using a variety of automation methods.
  • start the course
  • describe the need for automation in cloud environments
  • list tools used for Azure automation
  • use the portal to create an Azure automation account
  • define how runbooks are used to automate Azure administrative tasks
  • use the portal to create a runbook
  • describe how to standardize configurations using DSC
  • ensure the IIS web server role is installed in Azure Windows VMs
  • recognize how the Chef VM extension is used for configuration management
  • recognize how the Puppet VM extension is used for configuration management
  • describe the need for high availability and solutions
  • use the portal to resize an existing virtual machine
  • use the portal to create a virtual machine scale set
  • use the portal to configure a virtual machine scale set
  • identify when Azure Load Balancer should be used
  • describe the benefit on the load balancer when using direct server return
  • use Azure Load Balancer for VMs in the same region
  • identify when the Azure Traffic Manager should be used
  • use Traffic Manager for VMs in different regions
  • use DSC to ensure Windows VM configurations are consistent

Azure SQL DB and ARM Templates

This course illustrates when to use hosted Azure SQL DB and how to manage it as per 70-533 Domain #3. You'll also learn how to provision ARM templates as per Domain #6.
  • start the course
  • describe when Azure SQL DB should be used
  • implement Azure SQL DB replication
  • describe Azure SQL DB management tools
  • deploy Azure SQL DB using the portal
  • use SQL Server Management Studio to connect to Azure SQL DB
  • use PowerShell cmdlets to view Azure SQL DB
  • use the Azure CLI to view Azure SQL DB
  • migrate on-premises SQL to Azure SQL DB
  • list various levels of security to Azure SQL objects
  • set server and database security settings
  • determine how resources are managed with ARM
  • compare the options available in ARM policies
  • configure a policy for ARM management
  • create a template for ARM deployment of resources
  • use various methods of deploying an ARM template
  • configure Azure SQL and ARM templates

Azure Networking

Domain #5 of the 70-533 exam will test your ability to configure Azure networking components to allow connectivity within and to the Azure cloud.
  • start the course
  • describe Azure networking components
  • define how Azure uses virtual networks
  • identify the role of Azure virtual subnets
  • use the portal to create a virtual network and subnet
  • use PowerShell to create a virtual network and subnet
  • use the Azure CLI to add a virtual subnet to an existing virtual network
  • describe how network interfaces and IP addresses are configured
  • use the Azure Portal to configure an public static IP address for a virtual machine
  • describe the purpose of Azure DNS
  • use the Azure Portal to configure Azure DNS
  • list various ways to link cloud and on-premises networks
  • recognize when the ExpressRoute feature should be used
  • describe the purpose of a point-to-site VPN
  • use makecert.ext to create required certificates
  • use the portal to create a point-to-site VPN link
  • `connect to an Azure VPN from Windows
  • identify the purpose of user-defined routes
  • use the Azure portal to create a user-defined route
  • define when forced tunneling should be used
  • recall Azure network components and their purpose

Azure Virtual Machine Management

Domain #2 of the 70-553 exam tests candidate skills needed to plan virtual machine configurations to align with business needs. You will also learn how to deploy virtual machines using a variety of methods.
  • start the course
  • describe how virtualization is used with Azure
  • list Azure virtual machine sizes and their characteristics
  • determine which workloads are best suited for Windows and Linux virtual machines
  • list virtual machine network considerations
  • list virtual machine disk configuration considerations
  • describe the methods available for deploying virtual machines
  • use the portal to deploy a virtual machine
  • use PowerShell to deploy a virtual machine
  • use the Azure CLI to deploy a virtual machine
  • describe how administrators can remotely connect to virtual machine
  • use RDP to connect to an Azure virtual machine
  • use SSH to connect to an Azure virtual machine
  • list the tools that can be used to manage Azure virtual machines
  • move a virtual machine to a different virtual subnet
  • deploy a Windows and Linux virtual machine

Azure Storage and the Azure Environment

Deploying and managing Azure components requires first understanding how those pieces work together. Domain #3 of the 70-533 exam tests candidate's understanding of how to best implement azure storage solutions.
  • start the course
  • list cloud characteristics
  • describe the components comprising the Azure infrastructure
  • list Azure offerings
  • sign up for an Azure subscription
  • list Azure management tools
  • navigate through the Azure portal
  • describe the role of PowerShell in Azure
  • use PowerShell to connect to an Azure subscription
  • use Azure CLI to connect to an Azure subscription
  • use Visual Studio to connect to an Azure subscription
  • describe Azure storage options
  • describe Azure storage account access
  • create an Azure storage account
  • create a Shared Access Signature for storage account access
  • list the various types of Azure storage and when they should be used
  • use Azure blob storage
  • use Azure File Service to map a network drive
  • list tools that can be used with Azure storage
  • use various Azure storage tools
  • recall Azure management tools and how they are used
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Implementing Microsoft Azure Solutions e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271371
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $319