This course is meant for new users of Azure IaaS to learn how to deploy VMs using the Azure Resource Manager deployment model.
This course provides an in-depth examination of Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Services (IaaS); covering Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks starting from introductory concepts through advanced capabilities of the platform. The student will learn best practices for configuring virtual machines for performance, durability, and availability using features built into the platform. This course is designed using the Azure Resource Manager architecture and does not focus on the Azure Classic Architecture.
Module 1: Azure Virtual Machines
Module 2: Virtual Machine Storage
Module 3: Virtual Machine Networking
Module 4: Implementing Hybrid Connectivity
Module 5: Managing Virtual Machines with Resource Manager
We have just launched a new course focused on Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). This is a very hands-on course, with 7 hands-on labs that explore many of the key features of Azure AD and Azure AD Premium. Try it out and let us know what you think!
Module 1: Introduction to Azure AD
Lab 0: Create a Lab VM for the Course (optional) and download Student Files
Lab 1: Creating an Azure AD Tenet and setting the Default Directory of a Subscription
Module 2: Azure AD integration with Active Directory
Lab 2: Integrating an Azure AD with an On-Premise Active Directory via AD Connect
Module 3: Simplify User Access to Cloud Applications
Lab 3: Enabling the use of SaaS applications through Password Single Sign-On
Module 4: Empower Users and Protect sensitive data and applications
Lab 6: Empowering Users through self-service Password Resets
Lab 7: Implement Multi-Factor Authentication to the My Applications Portal
Module 5: Introduction to Preview Features of AzureAD B2C and Domain Services
In this post, I want to share some of our online courses that map directly to the objectives for the exam. Each of these courses will cover the objective topic (and then some), and also provides in-depth hands-on lab guides that you can practice in your own Azure subscription to get the hands-on practical experience to really learn the skills being taught.
This course explores learning how to create and configure Azure Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks using the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) PowerShell Cmdlets. This course assumes you have a solid knowledge of the features and capabilities of Azure Infrastructure as a Service and is focused on teaching and reinforcing skills with the Azure PowerShell cmdlets with ARM.
We have recently launched several new features to enhance your learning experience with Opsgility.
Course Assignments for Individuals
Course assignments allow you to assign a goal date on when to complete a class. They are great because in addition to helping you track your learning progress they also are great for bookmarking your top courses.
Course Assignments for Teams
In team mode an administrator can assign specific courses to their team and track progress to course completion. Reporting is built in to quickly give you an update on your teams progress towards the goals you assign.
Certificates Quick View
For each course that you have completed by completing the labs and knowledge measures you will receive a certificate of completion. We have added a top level link off of the account menu to quickly see and download all of your certificates from a single location.
Course Player Enhancements
Lab files are now a top level download instead of associated with each individual lab.
Take Notes While Learning
You can now add notes while watching a module. Each note will capture the location within the module and when selected take you back to the spot you took the note in.
Added support for Disqus to each course. Previously, access to Opsgility expert trainers was through Yammer. To simplify interaction we have added an inline Disqus feature to answer your questions about the course or the labs.
As always, we love to hear feedback on new topics or site enhancements.