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About this course
This course is not your typical sit down and relax kind of training; and frankly, we don't even like the word training for this one, hence we call it a BooStcamp.  Right from the start, you will be pulled into the fascinating world called Azure, learning about the architectural building blocks and reference architectures, as outlined by the Azure Engineering teams. 


This course delves into Virtual Machine high availability and scalability designs, assuming you are looking for running more advanced workloads. Drilling down on advanced Azure networking and storage concepts is next. Since we believe the future is in running Platform as a Service (PaaS), a huge portion of the course will touch on those services. Running microservices like Service Fabric, Docker, Kubernetes is the obvious topic on the list. Followed by detailing how to run more complex Web App and SQL PaaS solutions, as well as stepping out of the Microsoft product stack and discussing open source based workloads.

 

Extensive operations and management is another important topic, next to Azure Security, Azure Governance, Azure Identity and how to integrate business continuity in the Azure platform solutions.

 

Besides enthusiastic presentations from our passionate trainers, about 60% of the BooStcamp time is spent in real Azure subscriptions, as well as discussed in team-based case studies, relying on actual customer situations out of our own customer base. 

Audience profile
This course is intended for individuals who already have experience in running Azure services, or another public cloud platform, that aim to become true technical experts in their field. And while not intentionally built for that purpose, it should be no surprise this training helps students towards Microsoft Azure certification (70-532, 70-533, 70-535)

This includes:

  • Server and datacenter administrators who are in the planning or execution phase of migrating on-premises VM workloads and services to the cloud, where high availability, scalability and disaster recovery are critical.

  • IT professionals who want to take ownership in mastering virtual machines, websites and mobile app back-end services and serverless workloads on Azure.

  • Developers who want to understand the architecture of Azure for creating Azure solutions.

  • Database administrators who decide to rely on SQL or other database as well as other database solutions.
     

At course completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Understand cloud computing, Azure, and Azure subscription governance.

  • Use Azure PowerShell, the Azure command-line interface (CLI) to manage Azure subscriptions.

  • Create and configure virtual machines in Azure, and manage their disks, as well as configure high availability, scalability and disaster recovery architectures.

  • Create, configure, and monitor web apps in Azure and deploy more complex Azure platform as a service (PaaS) cloud services.

  • Create and configure Enterprise-ready Azure virtual networks, Site-to-Site VPN and perform monitoring of Azure Networking building blocks.

  • Create, manage, and configure cloud storage in Azure.

  • Use Azure SQL and other PaaS Database solutions to create, configure, and manage your data workloads, and configure high availability for these.

  • Create and manage Azure AD, its advanced features and extensive security capabilities.

Course Material

This course presentation decks, lab exercises and case studies are custom-built by our own trainers and content creators, guaranteeing high-quality and being up-to-date with the live Azure platform.