MOC 10992 - Integrating On-Premises Core Infrastructure with Microsoft Azure
This Integrating On-Premises Core Infrastructure with Microsoft Azure training class starts by introducing cloud computing and Azure and then covers Azure Compute, Azure Storage, Azure Virtual Networks, Azure Site Recovery solutions and more.
This course is intended for IT professionals and development operations (DevOps) professionals who are well versed in on-premises technologies and who have some knowledge of cloud technologies but want to learn more about integrating their on-premises environments with Azure.
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Webucator is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS). This class uses official Microsoft courseware and will be delivered by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT).
- Learn to describe the core concepts of Azure.
- Learn to explain the primary methods for integrating an on-premises environment with Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Cloud Services.
- Learn to describe Azure hybrid networking technologies.
- Learn to describe the Azure services that provide data storage, management, and analytics capabilities in hybrid scenarios.
- Learn to explain the use of Azure disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for on-premises environments.
- Learn to explain how to design and implement cross-premises applications.
- Learn to describe Azure monitoring and management solutions that offer hybrid capabilities.
- Introduction to Microsoft Azure
- Overview of cloud computing and Azure
- Overview of the Azure deployment models
- Lab: Use Azure portal, Azure PowerShell, and Microsoft Visual Studio to deploy and manage Azure resources
- Deploying Microsoft Azure VMs by using the Azure portal
- Deploying Azure VMs by using Azure PowerShell
- Creating and deploying an Azure Resource Manager deployment template
- Identify and delete newly deployed resources
- Integrating with Azure Compute services
- Overview of Azure virtual machines and Azure cloud services
- Migrating workloads to Azure virtual machines by using virtual machine images and disks
- Extending HPC workloads to Azure
- Integrating compute workloads by using containers and Azure Service Fabric
- Lab: Uploading an on-premises virtual disk file to Azure
- Preparing for an upload of a virtual disk file to Azure
- Uploading a virtual disk file to Azure
- Lab: Moving containers between on-premises Hyper V virtual machines and Azure virtual machines
- Creating a Docker host by using Docker Machine
- Deploying a private Docker Registry in Azure
- Integrating with Microsoft Azure virtual networks
- Overview of Azure Virtual Network Service
- Extending on-premises networks to Azure
- Lab: Implementing a point-to-site VPN by using Azure Resource Manager
- Preparing a Microsoft Azure subscription for implementing a point-to-site VPN
- Completing the point-to-site VPN setup
- Testing a point-to-site VPN from an on-premises virtual machine
- Integrating with Azure Storage and data services
- Overview of Azure Storage and data services
- Implementing Azure Backup for on-premises workloads
- Lab: Implementing the Azure Recovery Services agent-based backups
- Preparing your Microsoft Azure subscription for the implementation
- Configuring a virtual machine for Azure Recovery Services agent-based backups
- Testing the backup of the virtual machine files and folders
- Testing the restore of the virtual machine files and folders
- Designing and implementing Azure Site Recovery solutions
- Overview of Site Recovery
- Planning for Site Recovery
- Implementing Site Recovery with Azure as the disaster recovery site
- Lab: Implementing protection of on-premises Hyper-V virtual machines in Azure by using Site Recovery
- Preparing your Microsoft Azure subscription for implementing Site Recovery
- Preparing your Hyper-V host for the implementation
- Configuring Site Recovery protection of a Hyper-V virtual machine
- Designing and implementing cross-premises applications
- Overview of cross-premises application capabilities and their design considerations
- Implementing cross-premises solutions for desktop, web, and mobile apps
- Lab: Implementing Traffic Manager
- Creating two instances of an organizational website using the Web Apps feature of Azure App Service
- Creating and configuring an Azure Traffic Manager profile
- Testing the distribution of traffic targeting the Azure Traffic Manager profile
- Integrating operations and application monitoring and management
- Overview of the cross-premises monitoring and management capabilities of Microsoft Azure
- Implementing cross-premises Azure monitoring and management solutions
- Lab: Implementing Azure Automation
- Creating and configuring an Operations Management Suite workspace
- Creating and configuring an Azure Automation account
- Configuring an on-premises computer as a Hybrid Runbook Worker
- Running a runbook on a Hybrid Runbook Worker and examining the outcome
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
Experience in the following is required for this Azure class:
Preparing for Class
- An understanding of on-premises virtualization technologies, including virtual machines, virtual networking, and virtual hard disks.
- An understanding of network configuration, including TCP/IP, Domain Name System (DNS), VPNs, firewalls, and encryption technologies.
- An understanding of web applications, including creating, configuring, monitoring, and deploying web applications on Internet Information Services (IIS).
- An understanding of Active Directory concepts, including domains, forests, domain controllers, replication, the Kerberos protocol, and Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
- Knowledge of Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2016 fundamentals.
- Knowledge of Windows PowerShell command-line interface basics.
- Knowledge of cloud computing basics.