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Microsoft AZ-301 Certification: Azure Architect Design

Be able to advise customers and translate business requirements into Azure solutions by taking the AZ-301 exam!
Instructor:
Nick Colyer
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Learn how to design and architect Azure solutions

The AZ-301 exam is targeted at experienced IT experts, the exam covers a variety of subjects and services, all of which are covered in Skylines Academy’s latest course. In order to understand core architect technologies, Skylines Academy will lead you through a series of sections, modules, and demos to prepare you for taking, and ultimately passing, the Microsoft Azure AZ-301 exam.

This course curriculum is as follows:

  • Determine Workload Requirements

  • Design Identity Management

  • Design a Data Solution

  • Establish Business Continuity

  • Design Deployment and Migrations

  • Design an Infrastructure Strategy

  • Example Designs

Lectures will educate you on the fundamental terms and principles of the Azure platform and demos will enable you with a hands-on experience using scenarios to empower you in the real world.

Welcome to the Skylines Academy AZ-301 course! We’re happy you’re joining us!

0. Introduction

1
Exam Basics
2
Connect with us and your fellow students
3
PowerShell Reference Guide

1. Determine Workload Requirements

1
Lecture: Identifying Requirements
2
Lecture: Compliance and Security Requirements
3
Lecture: Service Level Agreements

2. Design Identity Management

1
Lecture: Domain Services
2
Lecture: Azure AD Overview
3
Lecture: Azure AD Pricing
4
Lecture: AD Connect Overview
5
Lecture: Authentication Options
6
Lecture: RBAC
7
Demo: RBAC
8
Lecture: Privileged Identity Management (PIM)
9
Demo: PIM Setup
10
Demo: PIM RBAC
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Demo: PIM RBAC

3. Design a Data Solution

1
Lecture: Storage Account Overview
2
Demo: Storage Account Portal
3
Demo: Storage Explorer
4
Lecture: Manage Permissions
5
Demo: SAS Demo
6
Lecture: Storage Key
7
Lecture: Custom Domains

4. Establish Business Continuity

1
Lecture: Business Continuity and Recovery Overview
2
Lecture: Azure Site Recovery
3
Demo: Prepare Azure for ASR
4
Demo: Prepare VMware
5
Lecture: Azure Backup
6
Demo: Azure Backup
7
Demo: Azure MARS Backup
8
Lecture: Recovery Options Review

5. Design Deployments and Migrations

1
Lecture: Deployment and Automation Architecture
2
Lecture: ARM Templates
3
Demo: ARM Templates
4
Lecture: Linking ARM Templates
5
Demo: ARM Count Loops
6
Demo: Save Deployment as Template
7
Lecture: PowerShell DSC
8
Demo: Azure Automation
9
Demo: Azure Automation DSC
10
Lecture: Migration Strategies
11
Lecture: Azure Migrate Assessment
12
Demo: Azure Migrate
13
Lecture: Import/Export Service

6. Design an Infrastructure Strategy

1
Lecture: Compute Options and Decisions

6.1 Design Compute

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Lection: VMs Overview Part 1
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Lecture: VMs Overview Part 2
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Lecture: VMs Overview Part 3
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Lecture: VMs Overview Part 4
5
Lecture: VM Storage
6
Lecture: VM Availability
7
Lecture: VM Availability Zones
8
Demo: VM Availability Sets
9
Lecture: VM Scaling
10
Demo: VM Scale Sets
11
Lecture: Containers
12
Demo: Install Docker
13
Demo: Prepare App for AKS
14
Demo: Create Azure Container Registry
15
Demo: AKS Run App and Scale
16
Demo: Create Kubernetes Cluster
17
Lecture: App Services Overview
18
Lecture: App Service Plans
19
Lecture: App Service Monitoring
20
Lecture: App Service Settings Overview

6.2 Design Networking

1
Lecture: Network Overview
2
Lecture: Routing and Peering
3
Lecture: Network Security Groups
4
Lecture: Load Balancers
5
Lecture: Hybrid Connectivity Options

6.3. Design Monitoring

1
Lecture: Monitoring Overview
2
Lecture: Monitoring and Alerts
3
Lecture: Log Analytics
4
Demo: Log Analytics
5
Demo: Billing Alerts
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Demo: Network Watcher
7
Demo: Quotas and Tagging
8
Lecture: Azure Policy
9
Demo: Subscription Policies
10
Lecture: Resource Locks
11
Demo: Resource Locks

7. Design Examples

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Lecture: Design Examples
2
Lecture: Cost and Optimization
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