Designing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions
This course teaches Azure Solution Architects how to design infrastructure solutions. Course topics include governance, compute, application architecture, storage, data integration, authentication, networks, business continuity, and migrations. The course combines lectures with case studies to illustrate basic architecture design principles.
The course includes didactic workshops in which each student will be able to work for the purpose of completing formative exercises that will provide hands-on experience in the use of the instrument, for each of the topics covered during the course.
Who should attend
For valid results, it is recommended that students have experience and knowledge of IT operations, including networking, virtualization, identity, security, business continuity, disaster recovery, data platforms, and governance. Students also have experience in solution design and architecture definition.
Before participating in this course, students should have prior experience in deploying or managing Azure resources and a solid conceptual understanding of:
- Azure Active Directory
- Azure computing technologies, e.g., virtual machines, containers and serverless solutions
- Azure virtual networking capabilities to include load balancing services
- Azure storage technologies (unstructured and database)
- General application design concepts, e.g., messaging and high availability