Microsoft Azure Fundamentals
This course is designed to offer fundamental knowledge in key Azure concepts, services, solutions, and management tools. It covers aspects like general and network security, governance, privacy, compliance features, as well as Azure cost management and service level agreements.
Participants will receive an Azure pass and dedicated time for engaging in practical, hands-on labs. The content of the course is closely aligned with the AZ-900 exam objectives.
It is tailored for IT professionals who are new to working with Azure and wish to explore our offerings while gaining practical experience with the platform. Scripting skills are not a prerequisite, as the course primarily utilizes the Azure portal for service creation. Students will leave with the confidence to pursue further role-based courses and certifications, such as the Azure Administrator track.
This course is beneficial for individuals in a range of roles including Administrators, AI Engineers, Data Analysts, Data Engineers, Database Administrators, Developers, and Security Engineers.
This training course in Azure Fundamentals is tailored for IT professionals who are new to Azure. This audience is eager to acquaint themselves with our offerings and gain practical exposure to the product. The course predominantly relies on the Azure portal and command line interface for resource creation, eliminating the need for scripting skills. The participants will leave with the assurance and knowledge to pursue other role-specific courses and certifications, including the Azure Administrator track. The course encompasses a mix of lectures, demonstrations, and interactive labs. It also serves as effective preparation for the AZ-900 exam.
In this course, you will cover:
- Module 1: Cloud computing concepts.
- Module 2: Benefits of using cloud services
- Module 3: Cloud service types
- Module 4: Azure architectural components
- Module 5: Azure compute and networking services
- Module 6: Azure storage services
- Module 7: Azure identity, access and security
- Module 8: Cost management in Azure
- Module 9: Tools for governance and compliance in Azure
- Module 10: Tools for managing and deploying Azure resources
- Module 11: Monitoring tools in Azure
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