This is a five-day course, which has been designed to include information regarding the key information which can be used to implement and configure Microsoft Azure Stack. Additionally, students will get to experience and deploy the lessons they have learned through hands on labs, via which they will learn about the following:
Microsoft Azure Stack overview and an explanation the key features along with their functionality.
Microsoft Azure Stack detailed explanation along with how it is different from Windows Azure Pack, and Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft Azure Stack structure and the different components it contains.
Microsoft Azure Stack and the process of implementing it.
Microsoft Azure Stack usage and the different roles and features of Windows Server, which can be used in it.
Microsoft Azure Stack and the process of authentication and identification in it. How identity and authentication works.
Enabling DevOps using Microsoft Azure Stack and its process.
The process of developing and managing the templates available in Azure Resource Manager.
The process of developing and managing plans
The process of developing and managing Delegation and Offers.
Microsoft Azure Stack and the proper method of managing a Marketplace through it.
Microsoft Azure Stack and how to use Software Defined Networking in it.
Microsoft Azure Stack storage and the process of provisioning and managing the storage in it.
Virtual Machines and the process of provisioning them in Microsoft Azure Stack.
Microsoft Azure Stack and the process of configuring resource providers.
The process of monitoring and troubleshooting in Microsoft Azure Stack.
Microsoft Azure Stack and gaining an understanding of the process of billing and licensing in it.
On average, a Solutions Developer, having Microsoft Azure Skills can earn up to $136,750/- annually.
Once the course is complete, students will gain the capabilities to:
Explain the structure of Microsoft Azure Stack and its components.
Microsoft Azure Stack and understanding its implementation
Microsoft Azure Stack and understanding the features of Windows Server 2016 that can be used in it.
Understanding the process of using Microsoft Azure Stack and how it can be used by DevOps
Microsoft Azure Stack and the Offer Resources available in it.
Microsoft Azure Stack and how IaaS can be managed in it.
Microsoft Azure Stack and how PaaS can be managed in it.
Microsoft Azure Stack and how updates can be managed in it.
Understand the process of monitoring and troubleshooting in Microsoft Azure Stack
Microsoft Azure Stack and learning the process of billing and licensing in it.
The azure course has been designed to be undertaken by DevOps, services administrators, cloud architects and other IT professionals who want to learn about how to use Microsoft Azure Stack for providing cloud services to customers or their end users. Additionally they will get to learn how all of this can be done via their own datacenters.
Prior to being enrolled in this course, students should have a basic knowledge of:
Windows Server 2016 and how it works.
SQL Server 2014 and how it works.
Microsoft Azure and how it works.
2. Which service in Azure is used to manage resources in Azure?
Azure Resource Manager : Explanation: Azure Resource Manager is used to “manage” infrastructures which involve a no. of azure services. It can be used to deploy, manage and delete all the resources together using a simple JSON script.
2. What are Roles and why do we use them?
There are 3 types of roles in Microsoft Azure:
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Paul has over 2 decades of of technical experience as a senior engineer, operations manager & project lead.
He has had hands-on impact within internal IT infrastructure, as well as in hundreds of unique customer environments that resulted in an in-depth knowledge of a wide range of security, identity, cloud, and infrastructure products & features; and a breadth of knowledge in associated network devices and applications.
His specialties include:
Identity, AD, Azure AD, Azure AD Connect, Azure MFA, ADFS, WAP, e-Gap, IAG, UAG, Firewalls, DirectAccess, Load balancers, PKI, Troubleshooting application and network issues, quickly learning new applications/technologies, building and leading tech teams, project management, creating scalable processes.