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Integrating On-Premises Core Infrastructure with Microsoft Azure - On Demand (OD10992A)
This course covers a range of components, including Azure Compute, Azure Storage, and network services that customers can benefit from when deploying hybrid solutions. In this context, the term hybrid means integrating infrastructure technologies that customers host in on-premises datacenters with Azure IaaS and PaaS services. This course offers an overview of these services, providing the knowledge necessary to design hybrid solutions properly. It also includes a number of demonstrations and labs that enable students to develop hands-on skills that are necessary when implementing such solutions.
Microsoft On Demand Microsoft Official Courses On-Demand (MOC On-Demand) blend video, text, hands-on labs and knowledge checks to help you build your Microsoft technology skills on your own schedule, at your own pace and in your own place. No need to spend time and money travelling to a classroom location or adhering to classroom hours. With a computer and an Internet connection, your Microsoft Official Courses On-Demand come to you, any time.
Microsoft On Demand covers the same objectives as the classroom course by the same name
After you activate your course, you have 3 months to complete it. You can work on your course at any time throughout the 3-month period after you activate the course.
Audience Profile This course is intended for IT professionals and development operations (DevOps) professionals who are well versed in on-premises technologies and who have some knowledge of cloud technologies but want to learn more about integrating their on-premises environments with Azure. These professionals should have at least three years of experience working in their respective fields—typically, in the areas of on-premises system administration or network administration, in addition to DevOps support. These IT professionals have broadly applicable administration and operational skills, and they generally work for both enterprise-level organizations and small and medium business environments.
More specifically, the intended audience includes:
IT professionals who have used on-premises virtualization technologies, including both Hyper-V and VMware platforms, but who want to deploy, configure, and administer services and virtual machines in Azure.
IT professionals who have used Microsoft System Center to manage and orchestrate an on-premises server infrastructure.
Windows and Linux administrators who are looking to evaluate and migrate on-premises workloads and services to the cloud.
IT professionals who need to implement network connectivity between on-premises environments and services that Azure or Microsoft Office 365 hosts.
IT professionals who want to use Azure to increase the resiliency and agility of their on-premises environments.
DevOps personnel who are considering deploying hybrid solutions that consist of both cloud-based and on-premises components.
IT professionals and DevOps personnel who are experienced in other non-Microsoft cloud technologies, who meet the course prerequisites, and how are looking to cross-train on Azure.
Objectives After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the core concepts of Azure.
Explain the primary methods for integrating an on-premises environment with Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Cloud Services.
Describe Azure hybrid networking technologies.
Describe the Azure services that provide data storage, management, and analytics capabilities in hybrid scenarios.
Explain the use of Azure disaster recovery and business continuity solutions for on-premises environments.
Explain how to design and implement cross-premises applications.
Describe Azure monitoring and management solutions that offer hybrid capabilities.
Module 1: Introduction to Microsoft Azure This module provides an overview of cloud computing and Azure, including a brief description of the Azure services that this course presents. It also describes Azure Resource Manager and classic deployment methods, while emphasizing that using Azure Resource Manager is the recommended approach in new deployments. Lessons
Overview of cloud computing and Azure
Overview of the Azure deployment models
Module 2: Integrating with Azure Compute services This module provides an overview of Azure IaaS virtual machines, focusing on their differences from on-premises Hyper-V virtual machines. It explains the process of integrating on-premises Hyper-V virtual machine environments with Azure IaaS virtual machine deployments. This module also presents the concepts of Big Compute, containers, and Azure Service Fabric. Lessons
Overview of Virtual Machines and Cloud Services
Extending workloads to Azure Virtual Machines by using virtual machine images and disks
Extending Big Compute workloads to Azure
Integrating compute workloads by using containers and Azure Service Fabric
Module 3: Integrating with Azure Virtual Network This module introduces the Azure Virtual Network service and its components. It also describes the methods of connecting to Azure virtual networks by using a Point-to-Site virtual private network (VPN), a Site-to-Site VPN, and Azure ExpressRoute. Lessons
Overview of the Azure Virtual Network service
Extending on-premises networks to Azure
Module 4: Integrating with Azure Storage, Data, and Analytics Services This module introduces Azure Storage, Data Analytics services, Azure Backup, StorSimple, Azure Data Factory with Data Management Gateway, and Azure Content Delivery Network. It also describes the process of implementing Azure Backup for protecting on-premises workloads. Lessons
Overview of Azure Storage, Data, and Analytics services
Implementing Azure Backup for on-premises workloads
Module 5: Designing and implementing Azure-based disaster recovery solutions This module presents the main features of Azure Site Recovery and the scenarios it supports. It also describes the planning considerations for Azure Site Recovery, the different types of implementations of Azure as a disaster recovery site for on-premises workloads, and the disaster recovery capabilities that StorSimple offers. Lessons
Overview of Azure Site Recovery
Planning for Azure Site Recovery
Azure Site Recovery with Azure as the disaster recovery site
Using StorSimple to enhance disaster recovery capabilities
Module 6: Designing and implementing cross-premises applications This module presents the most common solutions that facilitate implementation of cross-premises applications, including Azure RemoteApp, hybrid connection and Azure Service Bus relay, and Azure Traffic Manager. It also describes the process of implementing cross-premises solutions for desktop, web, and mobile apps. Lessons
Overview of cross-premises application capabilities and design considerations
Implementing cross-premises solutions for desktop, web, and mobile apps
Module 7: Integrating operations and application monitoring and management This module presents Azure-based services that deliver monitoring and management functionality for on-premises workloads. These services include the Microsoft Operations Management Suite (Log Analytics), Azure Automation (focusing on Hybrid Runbook Worker capabilities), and Visual Studio Application Insights. This module also describes the process of implementing cross-premises Azure monitoring and management solutions. Lessons
Overview of cross-premises Azure monitoring and management capabilities
Implementing cross-premises Azure monitoring and management solutions