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AZ-305 Microsoft Azure Architect Design Prerequisites Training | Microsoft Learn
Preparing for AZ-305 exam (Videos) – Design identity, governance, and monitoring solutions (segment 1 of 4) | Microsoft Learn
AZ-305 Exam Study Guide (microsoft.com)
Azure Active Directory(AAD) –
Azure AD B2B collaboration is intended for organizations that want to be able to authenticate users from partner/supplier organization, regardless of the identity provider, and be able to manage the lifecycle of those guest users. These accounts are managed in the same directory as employees, and can be added to the same groups and resources.
Azure AD B2C is intended for commerce and other interactions with consumers, citizens, or members of another group that does not require access to internal resources. These accounts are managed in a separate B2C directory, and are completely separate from your internal user accounts. B2C accounts are a customer lifecycle: they are either managed by the customer, or directly by the application.
What is Azure AD B2B? – Training | Microsoft Learn
Azure Architecture Center
Azure Architecture Center – Azure Architecture Center | Microsoft Learn
Solution architecture: Back up on-premises applications and data to cloud
Backup cloud and on-premises workloads to cloud
Cross-region restore for Azure Virtual Machines using Azure Backup
Configure advanced options for SQL Server managed backup to Microsoft Azure
Import and export blueprints with PowerShell – Azure Blueprints | Microsoft Learn
What is Azure Databricks? – Azure Databricks | Microsoft Learn
Azure Functions – Functions and Logic Apps are Azure services that enable serverless workloads. Azure Functions is a serverless compute service, whereas Azure Logic Apps is a serverless workflow integration platform.
Serverless business scenarios and use cases
Azure Functions code samples
Run an N-tier application in multiple Azure regions for high availability
Multitier web application built for high availability and disaster recovery on Azure
Run a web application in multiple Azure regions for high availability
Building solutions for high availability using Availability Zones
Highly available app deployment in App Services Environment
High availability for Azure SQL Database and SQL Managed Instance
Landing Zones – A landing zone is an environment for hosting your workloads, pre-provisioned through code.
Choose the best Azure landing zone to support your requirements for cloud operations
docs.microsoft.com/azure/cloud-adoption-framework/ready/landing-zone/(opens in a new tab)
Network DMZ between Azure and an on-premises datacenter
Deploy DMZ between Azure and your on-premises datacenter
Quickstart: Direct web traffic with Azure Application Gateway – Azure portal
Configure DD Protection Plan – https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/firewall-manager/configure-ddos
Use the Azure portal to create a Service Bus queue – Azure Service Bus | Microsoft Learn
Azure Quickstart – Create an event hub using the Azure portal – Azure Event Hubs | Microsoft Learn
Understanding Azure Events and Messages: Azure Service Bus, Event Grids, and Event Hubs
Choose between Azure messaging services – Event Grid, Event Hubs, and Service Bus
Object replication for block blobs
Authorize access to blobs using Azure Active Directory
Azure Data Lake
Azure Data Lake is an on-demand scalable cloud-based storage and analytics service. It can be divided in two connected services, Azure Data Lake Store (ADLS) and Azure Data Lake Analytics (ADLA). ADLS is a cloud-based file system that allows the storage of any type of data with any structure, making it ideal for the analysis and processing of unstructured data.
Azure Data Lake Analytics
Azure Data Lake Analytics is a parallelly-distributed job platform that allows the execution of U-SQL scripts on the Cloud. The syntax is based on SQL with a twist of C#, a general-purpose programming language first released by Microsoft in 2001.
Azure Data Lake Storage
Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1 (previously known as Azure Data Lake Store) is an enterprise-wide hyper-scale repository for big data analytics workloads. Data Lake Storage Gen1 lets you capture data of any size, type, and ingestion speed. The data is captured in a single place for operational and exploratory analytics.
Data Lake Storage Gen2 is the result of converging the capabilities of Microsoft two existing storage services, Azure Blob storage and Azure Data Lake Storage Gen1.
Quickstart: Analyze data in Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2 by using Azure Databricks
Features comparison: Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL Managed Instance –
This doc compares all three:
Subscription considerations and recommendations – Cloud Adoption Framework | Microsoft Learn
Resource naming and tagging decision guide – https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/cloud-adoption-framework/decision-guides/resource-tagging/
Define your tagging strategy – https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/cloud-adoption-framework/ready/azure-best-practices/resource-tagging
Tag resources effectively – https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/cloud-adoption-framework/migrate/azure-best-practices/migrate-best-practices-security-management#best-practice-tag-resources-effectively
Resource tagging patterns – https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/cloud-adoption-framework/decision-guides/resource-tagging/?toc=/azure/azure-resource-manager/management/toc.json#resource-tagging-patterns
Tag limits: https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/azure-resource-manager/management/azure-subscription-service-limits
How will you enforce required tagging? https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-resource-manager/management/tag-policies#policy-definitions
End of Chapter Review Quizzes
AZ-104 Interactive Lab Simulations – Microsoft Azure Administrator (cloudguides.com)
Optional lab exercises
AZ-104 Interactive Lab Simulations – Microsoft Azure Administrator (cloudguides.com)
Exercise – List access using Azure RBAC and the Azure portal – Training | Microsoft Learn
Exercise – Create a web app in the Azure portal – Training | Microsoft Learn
Exercise – Create a Windows virtual machine – Training | Microsoft Learn
Exercise – Create a social media tracker with Azure Logic Apps – Training | Microsoft Learn
Exercise -Create a storage account using the Azure portal | Microsoft learn
Exercise – Create a SQL database – Training | Microsoft Learn
Create Azure users and groups in Azure Active Directory – Training | Microsoft Learn
Monitor, diagnose, and troubleshoot your Azure Storage – Training | Microsoft Learn
Distribute your services across Azure virtual networks and integrate them by using virtual network peering – Training | Microsoft Learn
Secure and isolate access to Azure resources by using network security groups and service endpoints – Training | Microsoft Learn
Back up and restore your Azure SQL database – Training | Microsoft Learn
ModuleAZ-305 Labs student setup instructions
1) Create an Azure Free Trial which will require a credit card for identity only. https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/free/
Strongly suggested you Create e NEW email account email@example.com password Pa55w.rd1234 where xxx = your initials and ddmmyy = starting date of your courseEx: firstname.lastname@example.org
The new Microsoft account is needed for the Azure Pass used for the labs in this course. You can only use 1 free offer per account so is best to create a NEW account for this course. Appreciate your understanding. Lets have an awesome class!
You MUST be signed out of all other email accounts you are logged into. Using Private browsing will not help.
5) Redeem the Azure pass with the link provided by the instructor
If you were unable to redeem the Azure pass in #5 , you will have to create Azure Free Trial account in #6 which will require a credit card for identity only.
Helpful Azure learning links
Microsoft Azure Forums The Azure forums are very active. You can search the threads for a
specific area of interest. You can also browse categories like Azure Storage, Pricing
and Billing, Azure Virtual Machines, and Azure Migrate.
Azure Architecture Center Gain access to the Azure Application Architecture Guide,
Azure Reference Architectures, and the Cloud Design Patterns.
Microsoft Learning Community Blog Get the latest information the certification
tests and exam study groups.
https://channel9.msdn.com/ Channel 9 provides a wealth of informational videos, shows, and
Azure Tuesdays With Corey Corey Sanders answers your questions about
Microsoft Azure – Virtual Machines, Web Sites, Mobile Services, Dev/Test etc.
Azure Fridays Join Scott Hanselman as he engages one-on-one with the engineers
who build the services that power Microsoft Azure as they demo capabilities,
answer Scott’s questions, and share their insights.
Microsoft Azure Blog Keep current on what’s happening in Azure, including what’s
now in preview, generally available, news & updates, and more.
Azure Tips & Tricks– – Michael Crump – Special collection of over 260+ tips, videos, conference talks that span the entire universe of the Azure platform.
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