AZ-100: Microsoft Azure Infrastructure & Deployment

Course Code: 5081


The Microsoft Azure Administrator certification was released by Microsoft in 2018. The AZ-100: Microsoft Azure Infrastructure & Deployment examination is one of the required examinations to become a certified Azure Administrator. The Infrastructure and Deployment certification from Microsoft (after clearing the examination conducted by Microsoft) validates your expertise as an Azure administrator with the abilities to manage the cloud services – including storage, security, networking and computing capabilities within the Microsoft Azure cloud.

The course begins by introducing concepts related to managing subscriptions and resources. The course then moves on to implementing and managing the storage facility on the Azure platform. Next is the managing and deploying of virtual machines, which is then succeeded by managing and configuring virtual networks. The course concludes by covering various modules on managing identities.

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Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Live Classroom
Duration: 5 days

Live Virtual Classroom
Duration: 5 days

What You'll learn

  • Implementing and managing the Azure storage facility.
  • Managing subscriptions and resources on the Azure platform.
  • Managing, configuring, and deploying virtual machines and virtual networks.
  • Managing identities
  • Deploying ARM templates
  • Using Azure Automation


  • Managing Azure subscriptions
    • Overview of Azure subscriptions
    • Billing
    • Azure policy
  • Access management for cloud resources
    • Azure users and groups
    • Role-based access control
  • Monitoring and diagnostics
    • Exploring monitoring capabilities in Azure
    • Azure alerts
    • Azure activity log
  • Log analytics
    • Introduction to Log analytics
    • Querying and analyzing log analytics data
  • Azure Resource Manager
    • ARM templates
    • Resource groups
  • Azure tips, tricks and rules
    • Azure portal
    • Azure tools and environment
  • Overview of Azure storage
    • Azure storage accounts
    • Data replication
    • Azure Storage Explorer
  • Storage services
    • Virtual machine storage
    • Blob storage
    • Azure files
    • Structured storage
  • Securing and managing Storage
    • Shared access keys
    • Azure backup
    • Azure File Sync
  • Storing and Accessing data
    • Azure content delivery network
    • Import and export service
  • Monitoring storage
    • Metric and alerts
    • Activity log
  • Overview of Azure machines
    • Overview of Azure Virtual Machines
    • Planning considerations
  • Creating Virtual Machines
    • Overview of the virtual machine creation
    • Creating virtual machines in the Azure portal
    • Creating virtual machines using PowerShell
    • Creating virtual machines using ARM templates
  • Deploying virtual machine images
    • Deploying custom images
    • Deploying Linux virtual machines
  • Configuring Virtual Machines
    • Overview of virtual machine configuration
    • Virtual machine networking
    • Virtual machine storage
  • Configuring availability and extensibility
    • Virtual machine availability
    • Virtual machine scalability
    • Applying virtual machine extensions
  • Managing and monitoring virtual machines
    • Backup and restore
    • Monitoring virtual machines
  • Azure virtual networks
    • Introducing virtual networks
    • Creating Azure virtual networks
    • Review of IP addressing
    • Network routing
  • Azure DNS
    • Azure DNS basics
    • Implementing Azure DNS
  • Securing Virtual Network resources
    • Introduction to Network Security groups
    • Implementing Network Security groups and service endpoints
  • Connecting Virtual Networks
    • Inter-site connectivity (VNet to VNet connections)
    • Virtual Network peering
  • Managing Azure active directory
    • Overview of Azure active directory
    • Self-service password reset
    • Azure AD identity protection
    • Integrating SaaS applications with Azure AD
  • Managing azure Active directory objects
    • Azure domains and tenants
    • Azure users and groups
    • Azure roles
    • Managing devices
  • Implementing and managing hybrid identities
    • Azure active directory integration options
    • Azure AD application proxy
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A foundation-level knowledge of networking and basic understanding of the Windows/Linux operating systems is enough to get your hands into Cognixia’s Microsoft Azure AZ – 100 exam preparatory training.

Who Should Attend

This course is highly recommended for current and aspiring –

  • Network project engineer
  • Cloud infrastructure specialists
  • Cloud administrators
  • Cloud architects
  • DevOps engineers
  • Application developers
  • Application development analysts
  • IT Project managers
  • Infrastructure engineers
  • Infrastructure administrators
  • Software architects
  • Windows System Administrators
  • Software developers
  • IoT Platform developers

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