Designing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions AZ-305

With the help of industry experts, Hatigen has designed a learning path for the individuals or working professionals who want to mold their careers as expert Azure Architects. With this Microsoft Azure Architect Design Certification Training Course, you’ll boost your skills in networking, security, virtualization, data platforms, and other IT operations. Adding to this, you’ll learn to determine the design for identity and security, workload requirements, create continuity, architect data platform, migration, and API integration.

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Azure Infrastructure Solutions – Overview

In the learning path of Designing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions Course Online, you’ll first start with designing Azure identity, monitoring solutions, governance, designing data storage solutions, designing business continuity solutions, and designing infrastructure solutions. Furthermore, as part of this Azure Infrastructure Solutions, you’ll be involved in more advanced activities that are performed on the Azure platform. Also, you will learn to manage Azure resources, secure data, configure and deploy virtual machines and networks, and master Azure AD.

Azure Architect Course – Key Features

  • Trusted content
  • Re-learn for free anytime in a year
  • Rigorous assignments and assessments
  • Learn at your own pace
  • Mandatory feedback sessions
  • Mock-interviews
  • Hands-on real-time experience
  • Free mentorship
  • Live chat for instant solutions
  • Job-ready employees post-training
  • End-to-end training
  • Download the certificate after the course

Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Online Course – Benefits

There is enormous growth in the market of Microsoft Azure and individuals with Azure infrastructure skills are known to be in high demand.

Designation
Annual Salary
Hiring Companies
Job Wise Benefits
Designation
Cloud Infrastructure Engineer

UK
Hiring Companies

Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Course Online – Training Options

Self-Paced Learning

£ 1200.00

  • 1-year access to the Blockchain course content
  • 1 capstone project
  • Multiple assessments
  • Continuous feedback sessions
  • Access to the class recordings
  • Assistance and support
  • Download certification
  • Free mentorship

Online Boot Camp

£ 1000.00

  • Everything in Self-paced learning +
  • On-spot doubt clarification
  • Interactive training sessions
  • Sessions on the capstone project
  • Live, online classroom training
  • Mock-interviews

Corporate Training

Customized to your team's needs

  • 1-year access to the Blockchain course content
  • 1 capstone project
  • Multiple assessments
  • Continuous feedback sessions
  • Class recordings
  • Assistance and support
  • Certification after the course

Azure Infrastructure Solutions (AZ-305) Online Training – Curriculum

Eligibility

Working professionals who want to make a career switch or build their career in cloud computing can join this course. Furthermore, Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions Training Course is best suitable for cloud solutions architects, DevOps professionals, IT professionals, experienced Azure administrators, and Azure developers who are willing to expand their skills.

Pre-requisites

Beginners cannot take this course as the Azure Infrastructure course curriculum includes intermediate and advanced level concepts. Furthermore, working professionals who have hands-on experience in various IT operations such as virtualization, networking, storage, security, compute, governance, billing, and budgeting.

Course Content

  • 1.01 Course Introduction
  • 1.02 What Will You Learn
  • 2.01 Learning Objectives
  • 2.02 Azure Overview
  • 2.03 Azure Design Governance
  • 2.04 Azure Subscription and Accounts
  • 2.05 Tagging
  • 2.06 Solution for Azure Blueprints
  • 2.07 Solution for Using Azure Policy
  • 2.08 Demo Azure Policy and Governance Lab
  • 2.09 Recap
  • 3.01 Learning Objectives
  • 3.02 Azure Active Directory
  • 3.03 Azure Active Directory Licenses
  • 3.04 Solution for Single-sign On
  • 3.05 Solution for Authentication
  • 3.06 Solution for Conditional Access
  • 3.07 Solution for Managed Identity
  • 3.08 Solution for Key Vault
  • 3.09 Solution for Hybrid Identities
  • 3.10 Solution for Self-Service
  • 3.11 Solution for B2B Integration
  • 3.12 Demo Azure AD Setup and Single Sign-On
  • 3.13 Recap
  • 4.01 Learning Objectives
  • 4.02 Choosing an Authorization Approach
  • 4.03 Access Management Solution
  • 4.04 Azure AD Priviliged Identity Management
  • 4.05 Hierarchical Structure for Access Control
  • 4.06 Demo Manage Subscriptions and RBAC
  • 4.07 Demo Azure AD Identity Protection
  • 4.08 Recap
  • Spotlight
  • Lesson 06: Design a Solution for Logging and Monitoring
  • 6.01 Learning Objectives
  • 6.02 Monitoring Tools
  • 6.03 Azure Monitor Health and Availability Monitoring
  • 6.04 Initiating Automated Response Using Action Groups
  • 6.05 Configure and Manage Alerts
  • 6.06 Demo Azure Logging and Monitoring
  • 6.07 Demo Azure Alerts
  • 6.08 Recap
  • 6.01 Learning Objectives
  • 6.02 Monitoring Tools
  • 6.03 Azure Monitor Health and Availability Monitoring
  • 6.04 Initiating Automated Response Using Action Groups
  • 6.05 Configure and Manage Alerts
  • 6.06 Demo Azure Logging and Monitoring
  • 6.07 Demo Azure Alerts
  • 6.08 Recap
  • 7.01 Learning Objectives
  • 7.02 Architecture Best Practices for Reliability into Categories
  • 7.03 Solution for Recovery in Different Regions
  • 7.04 Solution for Azure Backup Management
  • 7.05 Solution for Data Archiving and Retention
  • 7.06 Demo Virtual Machine Availability Zone
  • 7.07 Demo Azure Front Door
  • 7.08 Demo Azure Traffic Manager
  • 7.09 Demo Virtual Machine Scale Set
  • 7.10 Demo Azure SQL DB Geo Replication
  • 7.11 Recap
  • 8.01 Learning Objectives
  • 8.02 Architectural Best Practices for Reliability
  • 8.03 Azure Service Dependencies
  • 8.04 Solution for Azure Site Recovery
  • 8.05 Snapshots and Recovery Points
  • 8.06 Demo Backup and Recovery of Virtual Machines
  • 8.07 Demo Backing Up On-Premises Workload
  • 8.08 Demo Implementing Azure Site Recovery between Azure Regions
  • 8.09 Recap
  • 9.01 Learning Objectives
  • 9.02 Azure Non-Relational Data
  • 9.03 Azure Storage Account
  • 9.04 Solution for Encrypting Data
  • 9.05 Storage Service Encryption
  • 9.06 Demo Managing Azure Storage and Storage Service
  • 9.07 Recap
  • 11.01 Learning Objectives
  • 11.02 Azure SQL Database
  • 11.03 Deployment Options for Azure SQL Database
  • 11.04 Pricing Model for Azure SQL
  • 11.05 Azure SQL Edge
  • 11.06 Cosmos DB
  • 11.07 Demo Azure Cosmos DB and Adding Data
  • 11.08 Recap
  • 12.01 Learning Objectives
  • 12.02 Modern Data Platform Reference Architecture
  • 12.03 Solution for Data Integration
  • 12.04 Azure Synapse Analytics
  • 12.05 Design a strategy for Hot Warm and Cold data path
  • 12.06 Design Azure Stream Analytics
  • 12.07 Recap
  • 13.01 Learning Objectives
  • 13.02 Solution for Compute Provisioning
  • 13.03 Solution for App Service
  • 13.04 Solution for Containers
  • 13.05 Solution for Automating Compute Management
  • 13.06 Demo Implementing Azure Web Apps
  • 13.07 Recap
  • 14.01 Learning Objectives
  • 14.02 Message and Event Scenario
  • 14.03 Messaging Solution
  • 14.04 Designing an Event Solution
  • 14.05 Features of Azure Kubernetes Service
  • 14.06 Orchestration Solution for Deployment and Maintenance of Applications
  • 14.07 Design Application Lifecycle
  • 14.08 Demo Azure Kubernetes Service
  • 14.09 Recap
  • 16.01 Learning Objectives
  • 16.02 Network Architecture
  • 16.03 Technologies Used to Choose Architecture
  • 16.04 Solution for Network Addressing and Name Resolution
  • 16.05 Solution for Network Provisioning
  • 16.06 Solution for Network Security
  • 16.07 Solution for Network Connectivity
  • 16.08 Solution for Automating Network Management
  • 16.09 Solution for Load Balancing and Traffic Routing
  • 16.10 Demo Creating Virtual Networking and Resolving Domain Names
  • 16.11 Demo Virtual Network Connections Using VPN Gateways
  • 16.12 Demo Using Hub and Spoke Connectivity
  • 16.13 Recap
  • 17.01 Learning Objectives
  • 17.02 Migration with Cloud Framework
  • 17.03 Azure Migration Framework
  • 17.04 Accessing Workloads
  • 17.05 Migration Tools
  • 17.06 Migrating Databases
  • 17.07 Uses of Data Box Devices
  • 17.08 Demo Server Migration Using Azure Migrate - Part 1
  • 17.08 Demo Server Migration Using Azure Migrate - Part 2
  • 17.08 Demo Server Migration Using Azure Migrate - Part 3
  • 17.09 Demo Migration of Application to Azure
  • 17.10 Demo Migration of Database to Azure
  • 17.11 Recap
  • 18.01 Learning Objectives
  • 18.02 Solution for Cost Management
  • 18.03 Cost Design Principles
  • 18.04 Optimizing Costs from Recommendations
  • 18.05 Cost Optimization Checklists
  • 18.06 Demo Generate Report on Cost Spend
  • 18.07 Recap
  • 1.01 About Simplilearn
  • 1.02 Prerequisite
  • 1.03 Introduction to Cloud Computing
  • 1.04 Benefits of Cloud Computing
  • 1.05 Skills to be Covered
  • 1.06 Why this course?
  • 1.07 Curriculum
  • 1.08 Course Components
  • 1.09 Career benefits for a Azure Solutions Architect
  • 2.01 Design Governance
  • 2.02 Design for management groups and subscriptions
  • 2.03 Design for Resource Groups
  • 2.04 Recommend a Strategy for Tagging
  • 2.05 Recommend a Solution for Using Azure Policy
  • 2.06 Assisted Practice: Azure Policy Creation
  • 2.07 Assisted Practice: Assign a Built-in Azure Policy to an Azure Resource Group
  • 2.08 Recommend a Solution for Using Azure Blueprints
  • Design Governance
  • 3.01 Azure Active Directory
  • 3.02 Recommend a Solution for Single-Sign On (SSO)
  • 3.03 Recommend a Solution for Authentication
  • 3.04 Recommend a Solution for Conditional Access
  • 3.05 Recommend a Solution that Includes Managed Identities
  • 3.06 Recommend a Solution that Includes Key Vault
  • 3.07 Assisted Practice: Azure Key Vault
  • 3.08 Recommend a Solution for a Hybrid Identity
  • 3.09 Recommend a Solution for User Self-Service
  • 3.10 Recommend and Implement a Solution for B2B Integration
  • 3.11 Assisted Practice: Azure AD Join
  • 3.12 Assisted Practice: Azure AD – User Creation
  • 3.13 Assisted Practice: Azure AD - Guest User Creation
  • 3.14 Assisted Practice: Azure AD - Group Creation
  • 3.15 Assisted Practice: Azure AD Authentication for Storage
  • 3.16 Unassisted Practice: Azure AD – Add a Custom Domain
  • Setting up Azure Active Directory
  • 4.01 Choose an Authorization Approach
  • 4.02 Recommend a Hierarchical Structure for Access Control
  • 4.03 Recommend an Access Management Solution
  • 4.04 Assisted Practice: Manage Subscriptions and RBAC
  • 4.05 Assisted Practice: Azure AD Identity Protection
  • 4.06 Assisted Practice: Azure RBAC and Policy
  • Assisted Practice: Azure AD PIM
  • Designing Role-Based Access Control
  • 5.01 Design for Azure Workbooks and Azure Insights
  • 5.02 Recommend Appropriate Monitoring Tools for a Solution
  • 5.03 Azure Monitoring
  • 5.04 Health and Availability Monitoring
  • 5.05 Cost Monitoring
  • 5.06 Advanced Logging
  • 5.07 Choose a Mechanism for Event Routing and Escalation
  • 5.08 Assisted Practice: Create Action Groups
  • 5.09 Assisted Practice: Azure Alerts
  • 5.10 Assisted Practice: Azure Monitor
  • Design Solution for Logging and Monitoring
  • 6.01 Identify the Availability Requirements for Azure Resources
  • 6.02 Assisted Practice: Virtual Machine Availability Set
  • 6.03 Assisted Practice: Virtual Machine Availability Zone
  • 6.04 Azure Front Door
  • 6.05 Assisted Practice: Azure Front Door
  • 6.06 Azure Traffic Manager
  • 6.07 Assisted Practice: Azure Traffic Manager
  • 6.08 Recommend a High Availability Solution for Compute
  • 6.09 Assisted Practice: Manage Virtual Machines Scale Sets
  • 6.10 Recommend a High Availability Solution for Relational Data Storage
  • 6.11 Assisted Practice: Azure SQL DB – Geo Replication
  • 6.12 Recommend a High Availability Solution for Non Relational Data
  • 7.01 Recommend a Recovery Solution for Azure Workloads
  • 7.02 Recommend a Solution for Azure Backup Management
  • 7.03 Design a Solution for Data Archiving and Retention
  • 7.04 Design and Azure Site Recovery Solution
  • 7.05 Assisted Practice: Azure Site Recovery
  • 7.06 Recommend a Solution for Recovery in Different Regions
  • Implement Azure Site Recovery between Azure regions
  • 8.01 Overview of Azure Non Relational Data
  • 8.02 Storage Account
  • 8.03 Design for Azure Blob Storage
  • 8.04 Azure Files
  • 8.05 Design for Azure disk solutions
  • 8.06 Storage Security
  • 8.07 Assisted Practice: Manage Azure Storage
  • 8.08 Assisted Practice: Manage Storage Access Keys
  • 8.09 Recommend a Solution for Encrypting Data
  • Implement Storage Account
  • 9.01 Select an Appropriate Data Platform Based on Requirements
  • 9.02 Recommend Database Service Tier Sizing
  • 9.03 Recommend a Solution for Database Scalability
  • 9.04 Assisted Practice: Azure SQL DB
  • 9.05 Design security for data
  • 9.06 Design for Azure SQL Edge
  • 9.07 Design for Azure Cosmos DB
  • 9.08 Storage Management Tools
  • 9.09 Assisted Practice: Cosmos DB
  • Design a Solution for Database
  • 10.01 Recommend a Data Flow to Meet Business Requirements
  • 10.02 Recommend a Solution for Data Integration
  • 10.03 Design a Strategy for Hot, Warm, Cold Data Path
  • 10.04 Design Azure Stream Analytics Solution for Data Analysis
  • 11.01 Recommend a Solution for Compute Provisioning
  • 11.02 Assisted Practice: Virtual Machine
  • 11.03 Unassisted Practice: Manage VM Sizes
  • 11.04 Unassisted Practice: Virtual Machine Extension – PowerShell DSC
  • 11.05 Recommend a Solution for App service
  • 11.06 Determine Appropriate Compute Technologies
  • 11.07 Recommend a Solution for Containers
  • 11.08 Assisted Practice: Create a Container Instance
  • 11.09 Assisted Practice: Create a Container Registry
  • 11.10 Recommend a Solution for Automating Compute Management
  • Implement Web Apps
  • 12.01 Recommend a Microservices Architecture
  • 12.02 Assisted Practice: Azure Kubernetes Service
  • 12.03 Recommend an Orchestration Solution for Deployment and Maintenance of Applications
  • 12.04 Assisted Practice: ARM Template
  • 12.05 Recommend a solution for API Integration
  • Design solution for App Architecture
  • 13.01 Recommend a Network Architecture
  • 13.02 Recommend a Solution for Network Addressing and Name Resolution
  • 13.03 Recommend a Solution for Network Provisioning
  • 13.04 Recommend Solutions for Network Security
  • 13.05 Recommend Solutions for Network Connectivity
  • 13.06 Assisted Practice: Creating Virtual Networking and Resolving Domain Names
  • 13.07 Recommend Solution for Automating Network Management
  • 13.08 Recommend Solution for Load Balancing and Traffic Routing
  • 13.09 Assisted Practice: Load Balancer
  • 13.10 Assisted Practice: VNet-to-VNet Connection Using VPN Gateway
  • 13.11 Assisted Practice: Implement Interstice Connectivity
  • 13.12 Assisted Practice: Manage High Availability with Application Gateway
  • Design a Network Solution
  • 14.01 Azure Migrate
  • 14.02 Assessments Using Azure Migrate
  • 14.03 Recommend a Solution for Migrating Applications and VMs
  • 14.04 Assisted Practice: Migrate Azure App Service with Azure Migration Assistant
  • 14.05 Recommend a Solution for Migrating Databases
  • 14.06 Determine Migration Scope
  • 14.07 Recommend a Solution for Migrating Data
  • 15.01 Recommend a Solution for Cost Management and Cost Reporting
  • 15.02 Recommend Solutions to Minimize Costs
  • 15.03 Assisted Practice: Generate Report on Spend
  • 15.04 Unassisted practice: Billing Alerts

Microsoft Azure Architect (AZ-305) Certification Course – FAQs

A Microsoft Azure Architect is a skilled professional with a verified certificate, dedicated to managing and architecting all the aspects of Azure infrastructure. Adding to this, an experienced Microsoft Azure Architect will be majorly involved in planning solutions in order to meet the business essentials of an organization.

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service that helps you to manage and maintain applications with the available Azure tools and techniques. It helps organizations overcome day-to-day business challenges. Furthermore, in the Microsoft Azure platform, an expert professional will be able to build and deploy applications using Azure tools and frameworks.

When you are done with this Microsoft Azure Architect Training Course online, you can prepare and clear Designing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions (AZ-305) Certification Exam. Then, you can look out for Microsoft Azure Architect jobs or you can plan to upgrade your knowledge and skills through our Cloud Computing Masters Course. So, always dream to achieve new heights in your career and step ahead.

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