CloudAcademy
  1. Home
  2. Training Library
  3. Microsoft Azure
  4. Courses
  5. Designing for Azure Operations

Network Security and Access Management with Azure

The course is part of these learning paths

Training for Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions
course-steps 10 certification 5 lab-steps 5

Contents

keyboard_tab
Introduction
Application Monitoring and Alerting
3
Summary
15
Summary2m 7s
play-arrow
Start course
Overview
DifficultyBeginner
Duration44m
Students417

Description

In this section, you will learn how to properly monitor Azure resources at a higher level. We will also discuss Azure network security and access management.

We will cover these priorities in three parts: monitor using Azure Health, Azure Advisor, and Activity Log; network security with Network Watcher Service and Azure Log Analytics; and review the Azure Security Center.

Transcript

Now that we have a solid understanding of application monitoring and alerting with Azure, we need to think about how to properly monitor Azure resources at a higher level. While Azure Monitor is a pretty flexible system for getting basic metrics about Azure VM’s, we need to think about how to monitor other Azure components. We also need to think about Azure network security and access management.

 

Section two will address these priorities in three parts. In part one, we’ll look at how to actually monitor all of the different Azure components using Azure Health, Azure Advisor, and the Activity Log. In part two we will focus on network security the Network Watcher Service and Azure Log Analytics. Finally in part three take a detailed look at the Azure Security Center and see how it can help ensure our Azure infrastructure is not compromised.

 

So without further ado, let’s begin.

About the Author

Students574
Courses3

Jonathan Bethune is a senior technical consultant working with several companies including TopTal, BCG, and Instaclustr. He is an experienced devops specialist, data engineer, and software developer. Jonathan has spent years mastering the art of system automation with a variety of different cloud providers and tools. Before he became an engineer, Jonathan was a musician and teacher in New York City. Jonathan is based in Tokyo where he continues to work in technology and write for various publications in his free time.