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Microsoft Azure Administrator Certification

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Azure admin certification helps to manage Cloud services that span computes, networking, storage, security, and other Cloud capabilities within Microsoft Azure.

Duration

WeeklyMon-Fri2 hours1 Month
WeekendSat-sun4 hours1.5 months

FREE DEMO CLASSES

1
Introduction To NG Networks
7 Minutes

Subscription

1
Sign up for a new Azure subscription or reactivate an Azure subscription

PAID CLASSES

1
Identify the steps required to transfer the ownership of an Azure subscription and cancel a subscription
2
Navigate through the Azure portal
3
Install and use Azure PowerShell to connect to your Azure subscription
4
Install and use Azure CLI
5
Identify the classic subscription administrator roles
6
Identify the Azure AD administrator roles
7
Assign a user as an administrator to an Azure subscription
8
Identify the role-based access control roles
9
Manage access to Azure resources using RBAC, Azure Portal, PowerShell, and CLI by adding and removing role assignments
10
Manage access to Azure resources using RBAC and Azure Resource Manager templates
11
Manage access to Azure resources for external users using RBAC
12
View deny assignments for Azure resources using the Azure portal
13
Create a custom role using Azure PowerShell cmdlets
14
Identify scopes roles can be assigned to, list built-in Azure AD roles, and configure built-in and custom role assignments

Azure Resource Groups

1
Describe Azure Resource Manager and the benefits it provides
2
Create a management group using all methods – Azure Portal, Azure powershell, and Azure CLI
3
Create a resource group at the subscription level
4
Manage Azure resource groups using the Azure Portal
5
Manage Azure resource groups using Azure powershell
6
Manage Azure resource groups using Azure CLI
7
Remove Azure resource groups
8
Move Azure resources across resource groups and identify the limitations
9
Organize Azure resources by using tags
10
Add and configure an Azure resource lock
11
Use the pricing calculator to get an estimate of costs for different Azure services
12
Describe spending limits and remove the Azure spending limit in the Account Center
13
Identify the subscription limits in Azure Service Management and Azure Resource Manager
14
Describe resource tags and use them to group and categorize costs
15
Manage resource groups using Azure Portal, Azure powershell, and Azure CLI

Azure Monitoring

1
Navigate through Azure Monitor and identify what data is collected and how baselines are useful
2
Use Azure Monitor to view metrics
3
Use Azure Monitor to run log queries
4
Use Azure Monitor to configure a performance metric alert
5
Use the Azure portal to create a monitor action group
6
Use Azure Monitor to configure an SMS alert
7
Configure diagnostic settings on a virtual machine
8
Create a function with log analytics in the Azure portal
9
Use Azure Advisor to identify unused resources
10
Establish a baseline, configure a VM alert, enable VM diagnostics, and monitor resource usage costs

Azure Storage Accounts

1
Describe Azure Storage and the three available services, Azure Blobs, Azure Files and Azure Queues
2
Create and use a storage account in the Azure portal
3
Configure and use Azure Blob Storage
4
Create Azure file shares using the Azure portal
5
Create an Azure Sync group in the Azure portal
6
Install and use Azure File Sync Agent
7
Troubleshoot and resolve issues with Azure File Sync
8
Upgrade your storage account using the Azure portal
9
Configure your Azure storage account
10
Install and connect Azure Storage Explorer to your storage account
11
Identify redundancy options you can use with your storage account
12
Change your storage account replication strategy using Azure Portal, Azure powershell, and Azure CLI
13
Manage your Azure storage account access keys
14
Configure network access to your storage account
15
Describe shared access signature and what its used for
16
Create a shared access signature and use it with Azure Blob Storage
17
Configure an Azure storage account, modify storage account replication, create an Azure file share, and create an Azure Shared Access Signature

Azure Virtual Machines(vms)

1
Create a Windows VM in the Azure portal
2
Create a Windows VM in Azure powershell
3
Create a Windows VM in Azure CLI
4
Create a Linux VM in the Azure portal
5
Create a Linux VM in Azure powershell
6
Create a Linux VM in Azure CLI
7
Configure high availability for Windows and Linux vms
8
Use Azure Monitor to monitor VM metrics
9
Create a VM scale set in the Azure portal
10
Create a VM scale set in Azure powershell
11
Create a VM scale set in Azure CLI
12
Deploy Windows and Linux vms using the Azure portal and Azure powershell

Managing Azure Virtual Machines

1
Add a data disk to your Windows VM in the Azure portal
2
Add a data disk to a Linux VM in Azure powershell
3
Add and remove network interfaces from your Azure VM
4
Resize your VM using the Azure portal
5
Move your VM to another resource group, region, or availability zone
6
Redeploy a Windows VM to a new Azure node
7
Redeploy a Linux VM to a new Azure node
8
Describe how to use the Custom Script Extension for Windows and Linux
9
Add and configure a data disk for a Windows and Linux VM, move a VM to a different resource group, and resize a VM

Azure Virtual Machine Templates

1
Create Azure Resource Manager templates using the Azure portal
2
Create Azure Resource Manager templates using the Azure portal
3
Create Azure Resource Manager templates using Visual Studio
4
Modify an Azure Resource Manager template
5
Configure an ARM template to use an existing virtual hard disk
6
Deploy resources from an ARM template using the Azure portal
7
Deploy resources from an ARM template using Azure powershell
8
Deploy resources from an ARM template using Azure CLI
9
Save your deployment as an ARM template
10
Describe ARM templates, list ARM template deployment methods, create an ARM template using Visual Studio, and deploy a template using Microsoft powershell

Azure Virtual Networks

1
Describe Azure Virtual Networks
2
Create a virtual network using the Azure portal
3
Create a virtual network using Azure powershell
4
Create a virtual network using Azure CLI
5
Configure virtual network subnets
6
Route network traffic with a route table using the Azure portal
7
Enable and disable distributed denial-of-service protection
8
Configure a private IP address for a VM using the Azure portal
9
Configure a public IP address using the Azure Portal
10
Manage an Azure network interface
11
Describe virtual network peering, and create a virtual network and subnet using the Azure portal, powershell, and the Azure CLI

Azure Virtual Networks Connectivity

1
Azure Virtual Networks Connectivity
2
Recognize when to configure a VPN gateway
3
Connect your virtual networks with virtual network peering using the Azure portal
4
Configure vnet to vnet using Azure powershell
5
Configure vnet to vnet using the Azure Cloud Shell CLI
6
Generate PKI certificates used for P2S VPN connections
7
Configure a point-to-site VPN
8
Configure a site-to-site VPN
9
Verify a VPN gateway connection using Azure Portal and powershell
10
Reset a VPN Gateway
11
Describe point-to-site and site-to-site VPN configurations, generate a VPN client PKI certificate, and configure a point-to-site VPN

Azure Load Balancer

1
Describe Azure Load Balancer
2
Create a public load balancer
3
Configure a health probe for a load balancer
4
Configure virtual machines in a load balancer backend pool
5
Configure load balancer rules
6
Create inbound NAT rules to allow access to backend virtual machines
7
Create an internal load balancer
8
Create an Azure load balancer using a template
9
Create a load balancer using the Azure CLI
10
Create an internal load balancer using powershell
11
Recognize when to use Azure Application Gateway
12
Configure a WAF for Azure Application Gateway
13
Configure path-based routing rules for Azure Application Gateway
14
Differentiate between Azure Load Balancer and Azure Application Gateway, create Azure load balancers using the CLI and a template, and create an Azure Application Gateway

Azure Active Directory

1
Sign up to use Azure Active Directory or Azure AD Premium
2
Create a new tenant in Azure Active Directory using the Azure portal
3
Create and manage multiple directories in Azure Active Directory
4
Use the Azure Active Directory portal to add custom domain names
5
Configure Enterprise State Roaming in the Azure AD admin center
6
Configure Azure AD Identity Protection
7
Configure an Azure AD access review
8
Eliminate weak passwords for on-premise and in the cloud
9
Configure self-service password reset
10
Describe Azure AD Enterprise State Roaming, create a new Azure AD tenant and DNS domain name, and configure Azure AD password protection

Azure AD Objects

1
Create users in Azure AD using the Azure portal
2
Manage user properties in Azure AD by changing profile information, resetting user passwords, adding roles, assigning or removing licenses, deleting a user, and restoring a user
3
Join a Windows computer to Azure AD
4
Create groups and add members in Azure AD using the Azure portal
5
Manage group properties in Azure AD by adding and removing members, deleting a group, editing group information, and changing group owners
6
Manage group settings such as the name, description, and membership type
7
Configure device settings in Azure AD using the Azure portal
8
Perform device management tasks including updating and deleting devices
9
Create an AD user and AD group, add the user to the group, and join a Windows 10 computer to Azure AD

Azure Hybrid Identities

1
Describe Azure hybrid identities and the three authentication methods that can be used
2
Install Azure AD Connect using express settings
3
Use custom settings to configure optional features when installing Azure AD Connect
4
Use the Azure AD Connect troubleshooting tool to solve AD Connect problems
5
Configure Azure AD Connect domain and OU filtering
6
Configure AD Connect sign-in methods
7
Describe single sign-on and the different methods available
8
Monitor Azure AD Connect
9
Manage password writeback
10
List hybrid identity authentication methods, describe AD Connect, configure AD Connect object filtering, and enable AD Connect password writeback

Azure MFA (Multifactor Authentication)

1
Describe multi-factor authentication
2
Configure user accounts for multi-factor authentication through the azure portal
3
Disable mfa for an azure ad user account
4
Identify how to block and unblock MFA users
5
Configure MFA fraud alerts
6
Create a one-time bypass to allow a user to authenticate without performing two-step verification
7
Configure the trusted IPs feature options
8
Identify and choose different MFA verification methods
9
Enable remember multi-factor authentication
10
Describe multi-factor authentication, create a new azure ad user and enable MFA, configure one-time MFA bypass, and block an MFA user account

Azure Policies

1
Describe the definitions, assignments, and parameters of Azure policies
2
Assign Azure policies for an Azure subscription
3
Assign Azure policies for your resource group
4
Identify non-compliant resources by creating a policy assignment using Azure powershell
5
Identify non-compliant resources by creating a policy assignment using a template
6
Create a new custom policy
7
Assign a custom policy using the Azure portal
8
Manage Azure policies and assignments using the portal
9
Create an Azure AD Identity Protection resource
10
Configure a MFA registration policy
11
Configure a user risk policy
12
Configure a baseline policy
13
Define the purpose of Microsoft Azure policies, assign built-in policies using the portal and powershell, and enable admin account MFA through a baseline policy
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