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    Architecting Azure IaaS and Hybrid Solutions

    3 Day Course

    AUDIENCE IT Professionals and Cloud Solution Architects

    FORMAT Instructor-led with architecture design sessions

    LEVEL 300

    DELIVERY Available for onsite delivery

    COURSE DESCRIPTION The Azure IaaS and Hybrid Architect workshop is designed to

    prepare the architect to design solutions with Microsoft Azure.

    This workshop is focused on designing solutions using

    Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and other technologies to

    enable hybrid solutions such as data center connectivity, hybrid

    applications, and other hybrid use cases such as business

    continuity with backup and high availability.

    Individual case studies will focus on specific real-world problems

    that represent common IaaS and Hybrid scenarios and practices.

    Students will also experience several hands-on labs to introduce

    them to some of the key services available.

    COURSE OBJECTIVES • Have educated discussions on the capabilities of Azure

    regarding infrastructure as a service and hybrid

    technologies

    • Understand best practices for enabling and applying

    governance to one or more Azure subscriptions with or

    without an enterprise agreement

    • Select the appropriate services and features within

    Microsoft Azure to build a proposal or implement a proof

    of concept

    • Understand the correct approach to migrate

    infrastructure from on-premises to Azure

    • Decide on the correct tools and services to implement

    automation and configuration management within an

    Azure environment

    • Design a cloud based management, automation, and

    monitoring solution for servers on-premises or in the

    cloud

    STUDENT

    PREREQUISITES

    • Suggested to have core understanding of cloud

    technologies and a background in virtualization, identity

    and enterprise technologies

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    MODULES

    MODULE 1:

    Architecting Azure

    Infrastructure as a

    Service

    In this module, students will learn how to design solutions using

    Azure Infrastructure as a Service Components. This module will

    focus on core capabilities, use cases, and general best practices.

    MODULE 2:

    Architecting Azure

    Hybrid Identity

    In this module, the student will learn the core capabilities and use

    cases of Azure Active Directory (AD). This module will emphasize

    strategies and techniques for integrating on-premises Active

    Directory with an Azure AD environment.

    MODULE 3:

    Architecting Azure

    Governance

    In this module, the student will learn how to use features and

    capabilities within Azure to architect solutions to apply

    governance at scale with Microsoft Azure. This will include

    architecting the Azure EA portal for delegated access and charge

    back and discuss features like implementing role based access

    control (RBAC), and resource manager policies to enable

    enterprise control of an Azure deployment.

    MODULE 4:

    Architecting Azure

    Connectivity

    In this module, the student will lean about the capabilities of the

    Azure networking stack for connecting networks. This module will

    focus on capabilities and use cases so the student will be able to

    make an educated decision on connectivity requirements.

    Case Study and Hands-

    On Lab

    Case Study: Lift and Shift Migration to Azure

    In this architecture session, students will work as a team and learn

    how to take an existing on-premises solution and migrate it to

    Azure.

    Hands-On Lab: Getting started with Azure IaaS

    In this lab, you will create a virtual network that will allow the

    virtual machines you create to securely connect with each other.

    You will then create two virtual machines and specify the virtual

    network configuration and the availability set configuration along

    with storage for the virtual machine.

    MODULE 5:

    Architecting a DevOps

    Solution

    In this module, the student will learn how DevOps methodologies

    can be implemented in Microsoft Azure. This module will focus on

    several key technologies such as configuration management with

    Azure Automation DSC, Chef, and Puppet, to Azure Resource

    Manager templates and command line tools.

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    Case Study and Lab Case Study: Enterprise Ready Cloud

    In this architecture session, students will work as a team and learn

    how to design an appropriate solution for an enterprise scenario

    to enable efficient configuration management and deployment.

    Hands-On Lab: Implementing Azure Governance

    In this lab, you will use learn how to author ARM policies and role

    based access control to restrict what can be done within an Azure

    subscription. This lab will also walk through creating a PowerShell

    script that is designed for reusability to configure a new

    subscription for enterprise use.

    MODULE 6: Security in

    the Cloud

    In this module, the student will learn key technologies and best

    practices for implementing secure workloads and securing data in

    the cloud.

    MODULE 7:

    Architecting a Hybrid

    Management Solution

    In this module, the student will learn how to design a solution that

    enables automated management and monitoring of hybrid

    infrastructure workloads. This solution will show students how to

    identify events that occur either on-premises or in the cloud and

    enable automation to resolve them.

    MODULE 8:

    Architecting for

    Business Continuity

    In this module, the student will learn how to design a solution that

    enables reliable offsite backups for key enterprise workload as

    well as designing solutions for hybrid workload failover between

    on-premises and Azure.

    Case Study and Hands-

    On Lab

    Case Study: Operations Management Suite

    In this architecture session, students will work as a team to design

    a solution that meets the needs for migrating e-commerce

    applications to Azure using a “Lift & Shift” approach.

    Hands-On Lab: Getting Started with Operations Management

    Suite (OMS)

    In this lab, the student will be introduced to the various hybrid

    management capabilities that OMS provide such as log analytics,

    automation, and backup.

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