Developing, Implementing and Managing Azure Infrastructure

Duration18h 46m



The focus in this learning path is on developing, implementing and managing Azure solutions. This learning path will steadily walk you through the fundamentals of Azure to ensure you have a strong foundation.

Some of the topics for the learning path are:

  1. The Azure App Service
  2. Azure Resource Manager Virtual Machines
  3. Azure Functions
  4. Storage
  5. Active Directory
  6. Virtual Networks
  7. ARM Templates

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Learning Path Steps

1 courses

Azure Resource Manager Virtual Machines Virtual Machines are a very foundational and fundamental resource in Cloud Computing. Deploying virtual machines gives you more flexibility and control over your cloud infrastructure and services, however, it also me...

2 labs

Learn how to configure and start your first Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine (VM) from the Azure portal. Once running, you will connect to the VM via the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Basic VM controls are also explored, such as start, stop, restart and del...

3 labs

Learn how to configure and start your first Microsoft Azure Virtual Machine (VM) from the Azure portal. You will generate and use your own public/private key pair using (PuTTY and PuTTYgen). Once running, you will connect to the VM via Secure Shell (SSH). B...

4 courses

Getting Started With Azure App Service There's a lot of effort that goes into keeping our applications available, and secure. That's why so many cloud vendors offer platforms for hosting web based applications. If you're building web apps, APIs, mobile bac...

5 courses

An Introduction to Azure Functions Serverless Computing has emerged as a capable and low-friction means to execute custom logic in the public cloud. Whether you're using Amazon Lambda, Google Cloud Functions, or Azure Functions, you have a wide variety of ...

6 courses

The Azure Storage suite of services form the core foundation of much of the rest of the Azure services ecosystem. Blobs are low-level data primitives that can store any data type and size. Tables provide inexpensive, scalable NoSQL storage of key/value data...

7 courses

This course provides an introductory tour of Azure Storage Solutions such as its SQL offerings (SQL DB and third party offerings of MySQL), managed NoSQL databases (DocumentDB and MongoDB), managed Redis Cache service, Azure Backup (backup-as-a-service), Si...

8 courses

An Introduction to Azure DocumentDB It's been common, if inconsistently applied, knowledge for many years that relational databases are a less-than-ideal fit for some types of software problems. Indeed, entire categories of software development tooling, su...

9 courses

About This Course Security is a critical concern for anyone who uses the cloud. Microsoft takes this seriously and built and operates the Azure Platform with security as a key principle. Microsoft secures data centers, and management applications; and prov...

10 courses

Introduction to Azure Virtual Networking (ARM) Cloud based virtual networks are software based, and they provide a standard way to organize and isolate Virtual Machines running in the cloud. A virtual network controls addressing, DNS settings, security pol...

11 courses

This course will introduce the Microsoft Azure Resource Manager (ARM) REST API, and how to interact with it using the Azure Cross-Platform (xPlat) CLI Tool and the ARM PowerShell module. The ARM interface is a web service that provides two primary mechanism...

12 courses

Using PowerShell automation with the Microsoft Azure cloud platform gives you more consistent, repeatable, and auditable controls over your cloud resources. During this course, we will explore the process of connecting Microsoft Windows PowerShell to the Mi...

13 exam-filled

Exam: Developing, Implementing and Managing Azure Infrastructure

About the Author

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Ben Lambert is the Director of Engineering and was previously the lead author for DevOps and Microsoft Azure training content at Cloud Academy. His courses and learning paths covered Cloud Ecosystem technologies such as DC/OS, configuration management tools, and containers. As a software engineer, Ben’s experience includes building highly available web and mobile apps.

When he’s not building the first platform to run and measure enterprise transformation initiatives at Cloud Academy, he’s hiking, camping, or creating video games.