In this course, students will gain an understanding of directory service options, use a custom domain, manage users and groups, use multi-factor authentication, work with application access, and add and access applications. Students will learn about using a hybrid Azure Active Directory, extend and deploy AD to the cloud, prepare for synchronization, install Azure AD Connect, and manage directory synchronization. In addition, students will understand ADFS, install AFDS, and convert a domain to Federated.
This course is designed to instruct students on Azure as it pertains to Virtual Networks, Virtual Machines, and Storage capabilities. Students will understand ARM vs. Classic deployment, review the advantages of ARM, and work with ARM deployment methods. Students will use ARM templates, understand RBAC, work with Azure ARM load balancer and use ARM scale sets. In addition, students will create an automation account, assets, and runbooks.
Azure App Service is a popular and fast-changing technology that makes it easy to start a website in minutes. After you‚ created your site, you want to explore more advanced features, such as SSL certificates, custom domain names, authentication, deployment slots, and more. You might also encounter problems such as errors, a slow website, or slow pages. In this course, you learn how to deal with all these configuration and troubleshooting scenarios, and by the end of the course, you ll be an expert in Web Apps running on Azure App Service.