BRK004 Create more value for your business on Azure infrastructure, from the cloud to the edge. So wether you are just recently starting to adopt the cloud as part of your hybrid strategy or perhaps have been running your workloads in the cloud for years, learn how Azure is really the best place for your everyday workloads as well as mission critical applications. Create more value for your business with highly available, secure, and scalable infrastructure from the cloud to the edge. Azure IaaS innovations provide you guidance on how to optimize your environment for cost and performance, how to accelerate your cloud and hybrid journey, and how Azure provides the best Windows experience for you and your organization.
THR3138 How to optimize Azure infrastructure in 20 minutes and 10 steps. Enterprises are adopting on-premises infrastructure models such as security, performance monitoring, and application acceleration in Azure cloud. In a physical world, connecting these types of technology to an enterprise ecosystem is trivial. But, transparently providing these network services in the cloud can be tricky.
Leverage user-defined routes and Vnet peers to create an optimization service chain to improve Azure cloud performance and reduce data charges. With an intuitive approach to service chaining you can jump start all your service infrastructure projects. Request more info about how you can learn to do this or even for us to do it for you in a way best fit for your organization.
THR2057 The death of the IT professionals
This is the end. The end of an era. The end of the classic IT professional. The cloud is here and trends in IT and technology have changed over the past years. The cloud offers more and more services that can be used by developers to create beneficial apps for enterprises – the infrastructure fades from the spotlight.
Azure Training Course AZ-900T01-A: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Course is offered by Dynamics Edge under DE Course Number 90001.
This course will provide foundational (foundation-level) knowledge of Azure cloud services and how those services are provided with Microsoft Azure. The course can be taken as an optional first step in learning about cloud services and Microsoft Azure, before taking further Microsoft Azure or Microsoft cloud services courses.
The course will cover general cloud computing concepts as well as general cloud computing models and services such as Public, Private and Hybrid cloud and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service(PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
It will also cover some core Azure services and solutions, as well as key Azure pillar services concerning security, privacy, compliance and trust. It will finally cover pricing and support services available with Azure.
There are no pre-requisites for taking this course. It is targeted for anyone that wants to learn more about Microsoft Azure.
At course completion
After completing Course AZ-900T01-A, students will be able to:
Understand core services available with Microsoft Azure
Understand security, privacy, compliance and trust with Microsoft Azure
Understand pricing and support models available with Microsoft
Understand general cloud computing concepts
There are no pre-requisites for taking this course. Technical IT experience is not required however some general IT knowledge or experience would be beneficial.
Module 1: Cloud Concepts
In this module you will learn basic cloud concepts.
•Why Cloud Services?
•Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
For Azure BaaS Training or Blockchain As A Service Training, that’s a separate course – contact Dynamics Edge for more info.
•Public, Private, and Hybrid cloud models
After completing this module, students will be able:
•Understand general cloud computing concepts
Module 2: Core Azure Services
In this module you will learn the basics core services available with Microsoft Azure.
•Core Azure architectural components
•Core Azure Services and Products
•Azure management tools
After completing this module, students will be able:
•Understand core services available with Microsoft Azure
Module 3: Security, Privacy, Compliance and Trust
In this module, you learn about security, privacy, compliance, and trust with Microsoft Azure.
•Securing network connectivity in Azure
•Core Azure Identity services
•Azure governance methodologies
•Monitoring and Reporting in Azure
•Privacy, Compliance and Data Protection standards in Azure
After completing this module, students will be able:
•Understand security, privacy, compliance and trust with Microsoft Azure
•Security tools and features
Module 4: Azure Pricing and Support
In this module, you will focus on pricing and support models available with Microsoft.
•Planning and managing costs
• Support options available with Azure
•Service lifecycle in Azure
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Understand pricing and support models available with Microsoft
Microsoft Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) Training with Dynamics Edge is the kind of Azure PaaS Training that leaves you empowered. With our Azure Training you’re learning how to use a complete enterprise-level deployment and development environment in the Microsoft cloud. All of this Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training includes exclusive Azure Training resources that enhance your skills, teaching you how to deliver dev/test and production solutions from the simplest most basic cloud based apps to more sophisticated, more advanced enterprise applications ready for the cloud; including for usage from devices like Desktops, Mobile Devices and more.
Click the image or use the link below the image to learn more. We offer options of in-person, in the classroom delivery for Azure Paas Training and Azure Training in U.S. locations like San Jose, California as well as Live Virtual (real time, with the instructor online offerings) as well – Live Virtual Microsoft Azure Training with Dynamics Edge can be attended from anywhere in the U.S. (or even anywhere in the world) at your convenience and is live, in real time, with the instructor.
You and your company can start purchasing the resources you really need from the Azure cloud service provider on either a pay-as-you-go basis or in some cases, a dev/test basis or even a reserved instance basis, and then access those virtual resources over a secure Internet connection with Microsoft Azure. Remember, Dynamics Edge also offers consulting, licensing, custom solutions and more for Microsoft Azure – if a custom Azure PaaS Training or Azure Training course isn’t right for you or isn’t quite enough, call Dynamics Edge to understand the full scope of your Azure Training, Azure Consulting, Azure Licensing, and even more options.
Much in the same ways as our Azure IaaS Training options, our Azure PaaS Training includes education on storage, networking, and infrastructure services on Azure. However, our Azure PaaS Training also includes education on business intelligence (BI) services, development tool sets, middleware tools, database management systems (DBMS), and more. PaaS is designed to support the complete web and business software application lifecycle: starting with building, then moving on to testing, continuing with deploying, and also topping it all off with managing, and updating the application (or “app”).
Azure Platform As A Service (PaaS) Training by Dynamics Edge gives you the power to mitigate or even not have to deal with the complications and high costs of purchasing and individually managing discrete software licenses for various purposes. This is because with Microsoft Azure, the underlying base application infrastructure as well as the related middleware is right there integrated with the system, along with development tools and other resources crucial to your development, testing, and management phases. With Microsoft Azure, you and your enterprise can manage the services and applications you have finished development on (or have started on), and Microsoft Azure, trusted cloud service provider, manages everything else for you as automatically as you can make it. Let Dynamics Edge teach you how to make your life better with customized Azure PaaS Automation Training, Azure PaaS Training, and other Azure Training options!
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training January 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training February 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training March 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training April 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training May 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training June 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training July 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training August 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training September 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training October 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training November 2019
Microsoft Windows Azure PaaS Training December 2019
For individual dates related to the above navigate to Microsoft Azure Training
then choose a course for dates, locations and more info.
One of our courses that overlaps for both Azure IaaS Training and Azure PaaS Training is the following:
Dynamics Edge offers Exam 70-537 Training with our Dynamics Edge Azure Stack Training Course 20537: Configuring and Operating a Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack
We also have these options:
Azure Developer Training Course 50466: Microsoft Azure Solutions with Microsoft Visual Studio (Visual Studio 2010)
Take Azure Training Course 50466 – Dynamics Edge offers Instructor-led classroom Azure Training and Live Virtual training options. Please note that we may have better options than Course 50466 – the Microsoft Visual Studio version 2010 training is quite older than more recent versions like Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 Training, Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 Training and Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Training which we offer courses on.
Azure Development Training Course 20487: Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services
Take Azure Training Course 20487 – Dynamics Edge offers Instructor-led classroom training and Live Virtual Azure Training choices.
Windows Azure Training Course 10979: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals
Take Azure Training Course 10979 – Dynamics Edge offers Instructor-led classroom training and Live Virtual training offerings for Azure
Azure Training Class 20532: Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions
Prepares you for exam 70-532 | Dynamics Edge offers Instructor-led classroom Azure training and Live Virtual training.
Take Azure Training Course 20532
Azure Training Class 20533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions
Prepares you for exam 70-533 | Dynamics Edge offers Instructor-led classroom Microsoft Azure training courses and Live Virtual training options.
Take Azure Training Course 20533
Azure Training Course 20535: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions
Prepares you for exam 70-535 | Dynamics Edge offers Instructor-led classroom Microsoft Windows Azure Solutions Architect Training and Live Virtual training offerings.
Take Azure Training Course 20535
The Microsoft Azure skills that you want that can advance your career are available with Dynamics Edge.
Dynamics Edge is offering Microsoft Azure DevOps Training Classes and Azure DevOps REST API Training that is specifically designed for your Development Operations Automation needs in mind.
Custom Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer Certification Training Courses by Dynamics Edge empower you to understand how Microsoft rebranded Visual Studio Team Service (VSTS) to fit under the Azure DevOps banner. As you may know, VSTS, which is an extension of Visual Studio is the primary integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft. This IDE empowers developers, testers and architects to develop, test and design software together in a collaborative way!
Our Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer Training helps you know that when we teach you Azure DevOps, we’re doing much more than saying that Azure DevOps is a simple re-branding of our previous Microsoft Visual Studio Team Service (VSTS) Training. VSTS is a product that as of 2018 is over 10 years old. VSTS was primarily made to initially attract enterprise development teams who were constructing Windows applications that were complicated. Microsoft VSTS had all the initial components from automated testing to source code control, all of this was designed to deliver an integrated and unified experience of application lifecycle management (ALM) with Microsoft technologies. Our new, custom Azure DevOps Training covers much more than or VSTS Training did.
With Microsoft Azure DevOps API Training, Microsoft integrates Azure with Github. Do you remember Team Foundation Services, which was the original SCM (Source Control Management tool) available in VSTS? Github is slowly replacing Team Foundation Services. Microsoft is doing everything to ensure that developers, operators and testers get the best possible experience in taking the source code of Github repositories all the way to the end goal deployment target, which are the Microsoft Azure Compute services delivered through virtual machines, containers, containerized apps through tools like Docker as well as much more!
We also offer Xamarin, Github, VS Code training and more, to help you understand that Microsoft has some of the best toolchains out there for the development and deployment of both open source projects and private projects or code repositories.
Microsoft has four different compute services – platform as a service (PaaS), virtual machines or infrastructure as a service (IaaS), functions or functions as a service (FaaS) and containers or containers as a service (CaaS). Azure DevOps is related to application deployment as one of these compute services. Operators as well as developers that are utilizing Microsoft Azure DevOps also are making use of the Azure Storage and Compute services, in a way. Microsoft Azure DevOps Services such as Azure App Service, Azure VMs, Azure Kubernetes Service, Azure Container Registry, Azure Service Fabric and more, are using these products in a unified way.
Microsoft released Azure DevOps to deliver the best Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment and Continuous Development experiences for Github projects. Azure is making Visual Studio much more open source through Azure DevOps, and Dynamics Edge’s custom Azure Training can help you understand how to make the most of it.
Dynamics Edge’s Microsoft Azure IaaS Training helps you to prepare for the Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions (Microsoft Exam 70-533) . The Dynamics Edge Azure IaaS training Course you want to prepare for Exam 70-533 is Dynamics Edge Microsoft Official Course MOC 20533 – Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions – prepare for Exam 70-533
Here is some of what you will learn in Dynamics Edge Azure Training Course 20533:
- How to describe Azure architecture components including portals, tools and infrastructure, in this Azure IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) training course.
- Utilize Microsoft PowerShell runbooks using Azure CLI or Azure Cloud Shell with this training in order to automate Azure management operations.
- Create and plan Microsoft Azure virtual machines (VM).
- Manage and implement virtual networking (Network Security Groups, Virtual Networks, and so on) inside Azure and in order to connect to environments on-premise.
- SQL Database planning and implementation in order to support your enterprise applications through Windows Azure.
- Backup and monitor, as well as implement and manage storage solutions.
- Monitor, manage, and configure Azure VM’s (virtual machines) in order to optimize reliability as well as availability.
- Diagnose Microsoft Azure cloud services as well as monitor, configure and deploy them.
- Publish content through CDNs (Content Delivery Networks) in Azure, and publish videos by using Azure Media Services.
- Configure as well as deploy websites with Azure.
- Get some hands on Azure Active Directory training by managing and creating Azure AD (Active Directory) directories, and also, configure integration with Azure Active Directory across applications.
- Integrate any on-premises Windows Active Directory implementations with Azure Active Directory.
Exam 70-533 is also one of two exams you can pass in order to get your official Azure Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) certification and badge. Here is the full list of exams you can choose to earn your Official Microsoft Azure MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) Cloud Platform MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) Certification Badge and the Azure training courses that Dynamics Edge offers to help you prepare for these exams. Remember, you must pass any two of these exams – here are the Dynamics Edge Azure MCSA Training prep courses and corresponding exam numbers these training courses help you prepare for, in order to earn your Azure Cloud Platform MCSA Certification Badge:
|Microsoft Azure Exam Number||Azure MCSA Training Course|
|70-532||20532: Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions|
|70-533||20533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions|
|70-534||40442: MOC Workshop: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions|
|70-473||Request Exam 70-473 Prep Course # 40441 Or Best Available Course For This Exam|
|70-475||Request Exam 70-475 Prep Course|
At Dynamics Edge we offer Exam 70-537 Azure Stack Training through our Dynamics Edge MOC Course 20537: Configuring and Operating a Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack
In this Azure Stack Training Microsoft Official Course 20537 you understand how to engage in the deployment and integration of an Azure Stack Environment. You also get introduced to Azure PaaS Training and Azure IaaS Training through this course. For instance, you can administer as well as configure the App Service resource provider in your environment. Moreover you get knowledge on systems, source control, subscription quotas in Azure, worker tiers including scaling, infrastructure roles in App Service, database resource providers, MySQL adapter, SKU’s and more. You can learn the preparation of Windows and Linux VM images. Learn to implement, prepare, and upload images. You also know about providing services to and enabling DevOps (Developer Operations Automation) for the Azure Stack Tenants in the cloud platform. Also, you gain the skills to monitor and maintain an Azure Stack Environment through ASDK, Provider Usage API, Tenant Usage API and more.
We offer Microsoft Azure Training Courses including Azure Enterprise Scaffold Training. Here’s some info about Azure Enterprise Scaffold. Microsoft Windows Azure provides so many ways to use enterprise scaffolding. You can assemble Azure subscriptions so easily like kids assemble building blocks. By using Azure Enterprise Scaffold and a model called Azure Prescriptive Subscription Governance you can win at Azure Governance and significantly ease your risk management at your enterprise .
Many applications and workloads introduce a wide array of opportunities for the application of Azure Governance and Azure Enterprise Scaffold.
The knowledge related to where you should start when deciding to utilize Azure Enterprise Scaffold include these types of questions:
- “In case someone inadvertently makes changes to my business-critical systems , web or software & cloud applications, how do I ensure that doesn’t happen?”
- “For data sovereignty in certain countries, how do I meet our legal requirements in this regard?”
- “Can I account for resources and bill them accurately in a manageable way?”
With Azure Training in Enterprise Scaffolding, you know that there is not only a need for governance in Azure but also a need for Training for in this.
Governance is crucial to the success of Azure IaaS Training Management (source). The technical implementation of an enterprise scaffold includes touching on the broader relationships and processes that coexist between the components in Azure enterprise scaffold. The policy governance in Azure generally starts from the top and then flows downward and is also somewhat determined by the business’s desires and goals. A governance model for Azure can include a wide variety of representatives from Information Technology as well as Security. Governance in Azure should have strong representation from the following types of people:
- the business group leaders who are the go-getters
- risk management
Ultimately it is up to you to understand that one of the enterprise scaffold’s true purposes is to lower the business risk as much as possible through proper policy, proper risk management and proper implementation of the plans.
One Pillar is Naming standards for Azure Enterprise Scaffold
Now what is often considered the very first pillar of the enterprise scaffold is naming standards being in place. If you have good naming standards you are able to identify which resource is which in the Azure portal. You could also identify it in scripts and in the account bills and other resources, making it easy to cross-reference what goes where.For naming conventions, it may be a good idea to for example to use camelCasing for the names of resources (for instance, myAzureTrainingWithDynamicsEdgeResourceGroup and vnetNetworkAzureTrainingDynamicsEdge). Make a note that storage accounts and resources like those sometimes support ONLY lower case though.
Azure Auditing and Policies in the Enterprise Scaffold
The second pillar of the enterprise scaffold involves auditing the activity log and creating Azure policies. How Resource Manager policies work is that they provide you with the opportunity and the ability to manage levels of risk in Windows Azure, via the Enterprise Scaffold Governance. You can for instance define policies that make sure you have the data sovereignty. You do this by auditing, enforcing, or restricting actions you don’t or do want allowed.
Azure toolkit is powerful, and Azure Resource Manager policies are just some of the tools in this powerhouse. They enable you to avoid pitfalls like unexpected costs in bills. They also identify a cost center for further analysis regarding your resources through things like tagging and monitoring. They also help ensure the compliance requirements of your organization are fulfilled. Policies allow companies to provide controls for modern environments like “Agile” workloads. Some of these include developing custom back-end, front-end, or other customer or software applications that benefit from effective policy management. Also, the following patterns are common:
- Geo-compliance/data sovereignty
- Cost management
- Enforce Department and Owner tags on all resources in Azure
- Do Not Allow (Restrict) the new resource creation in a specific region like the North American Region in Azure Custom HDInsight Clusters Policies
- Modern “Agile” Environment for the business units creating cloud applications in Azure
- In order to meet data sovereignty requirements, only allow the creation of resources in a specific region like Europe or Australia.
It’s time to see your Azure Governance and Enterprise Scaffolding in action – so take action now:
Here is MOC Course (Azure IaaS Training and Azure Training) 40513 that you want -> Dynamics Edge MOC Azure IaaS Training MOC Course 40513: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: Building a Resilient IaaS Architecture . There are also options for a custom class. Sometimes this class is known as MOC 40513A or Azure Training Course 40513 A.
Some of the goals in this Azure IaaS (Infrastructure As A Service) course include the following.
- Evaluate a large organization’s current infrastructure deployments in Azure and identify single points of failure.
- Attention will be given to making the customer’s current deployments more resilient and communicating best practices to ensure future deployments will follow best practices.
This workshop is intended for Cloud Architects and IT professionals who have architectural expertise of infrastructure and solutions design in cloud technologies and want to learn more about Azure and Azure services. Those attending this workshop should also be experienced in other non-Microsoft cloud technologies, meet the course prerequisites, and want to cross-train on Azure.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
- The use of availability sets
- The use of managed disks
- Design principles when provisioning storage to VMs
- Effective employment of Azure Backup to provide point-in-time recovery
Module 1: Whiteboard Session – Building a Resilient IaaS Architecture
Module 2: Hands-on Lab – Building a Resilient IaaS Architecture
- Workshop content presumes 300-level of architectural expertise of infrastructure and solutions design. We suggest students take this prerequisite prior to attending this workshop.
Do you need a class or course date not listed here? Take a look at our Azure list of Training Courses
Or, call DynamicsEdge right now (800) 453-5961 for us to prepare you a Customized Class