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Azure AI Fundamentals: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

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Azure Data Fundamentals: Data Workloads

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Working with Azure Cosmos DB: Getting Started

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Microsoft Azure: Getting Started

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Azure AI Fundamentals: Azure Machine Learning Fundamentals

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Microsoft Azure Architect Design: VNet Design & Implementation

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Data Engineering on Microsoft Azure: Storage Accounts

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Azure AI Fundamentals: Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
Artificial Intelligence and machine learning in particular are solving a significant number of business and social problems and giving computers a new way to handle and process vast amounts of data. In this course, you'll learn about AI and machine learning concepts regarding regression, classification, and clustering algorithms. You'll explore how to manage datasets and work with labeled versus unlabeled data. You'll learn how supervised and unsupervised machine learning can be used, as well as how to build and use AIs safely, transparently, and fairly. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
18 videos | 1h 43m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Machine Learning with Azure Services
Azure ML provides a suite of services to help with machine learning by providing a single interface to build, manage, deploy, test, and collaborate via the Azure Machine Learning Studio. In this course, you'll learn about the Azure ML services provided, including as Machine Learning designer and automated machine learning. You'll explore how to access and use the Azure Machine Learning Studio and review the Machine Learning features available in the service. In particular, you'll learn about the features of the Computer Vision, Custom Vision, Face, and Form Recognizer services. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
18 videos | 1h 50m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Using Azure Machine Learning Studio
The Azure Machine Learning Studio is a complete web tool and graphical user interface for building, managing, deploying, evaluating, and testing machine learning algorithms and workloads from initial design to final deployment. In this course, you'll investigate the different features of the Azure ML Studio interface and use it to create datasets, ingest data, create models automatically, build prediction services, and finally, manage endpoints for a machine learning model. Furthermore, you'll explore the datastores, compute resources, experiments, pipelines, and model management interfaces that are utilized when working with Azure ML Studio. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
18 videos | 1h 29m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Authoring with the Azure ML Studio Designer
The Azure Machine Learning Studio provides a proficient designer that can be used to build machine learning pipelines. In this course, you'll explore Azure ML Studio Designer and practice using its features for managing, normalizing, and transforming data for use in regression, classification, and clustering models. You'll also learn how to select features from a dataset and create datasets for training and validating models within Studio Designer. By the end of the course, you'll be able to use datasets, add transformations, normalize and clean data, split datasets, and configure and use a number of models, all within Azure ML Studio Designer. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
11 videos | 1h 10m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Evaluating Models with the ML Designer
In order to build a powerful and useful machine learning deployment, you must be able to evaluate and verify the AI model and data, as well as the accuracy and effectiveness of its predictions. Azure Machine Learning Studio and the Designer provide multiple easy-to-use methods for evaluating and scoring a model. In this course, you'll learn how to score and evaluate models and interpret and evaluate the results from some common models. You'll also explore how to create an inference pipeline, add web service output to provide external access to the model, and deploy and test a predictive web service. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
16 videos | 2h 2m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Anomaly Detection
Anomaly detection can be a critical part of almost any business and can be used for fraud detection, identifying failures, and noticing unusual patterns in logs, records, or any time series based data. In this course, you'll learn the purpose and uses for anomaly detection and how AI anomaly detection can be used to identify unusual patterns, failures, and fraud. You'll then learn about the challenges of detecting anomalies in real world situations and how AI-based anomaly detection can be used to mitigate those challenges. Finally, you'll learn how to build, configure, deploy, and test the Azure Anomaly Detection service to create anomaly detection services you can use in real world scenarios. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
12 videos | 1h 27m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Natural Language Processing
A powerful feature of machine learning is Natural Language Processing. Natural language processing allows computers to identify and process natural language and can be used for speech-to-text and text-to-speech processing, sentiment analysis, and translation. In this course, you'll learn about the features, uses, and challenges of NLP and the Azure services supporting NLP. You'll also explore intents and entities. In particular, you'll learn to train models using the Azure services for text analytics, speech-to-text, text-to-speech, sentiment analysis, and translation. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
11 videos | 1h 5m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Creating a Conversational AI Bot
Conversational bots are becoming a powerful tool for businesses since they can interact and respond to queries and questions similar to how a real person would. However, they are not limited to this use and can also become personal digital assistants and be used as knowledgebases. In this course, you'll learn about the QnA Maker for knowledgebase bots, how to create a conversational bot, how to connect the bot to external channels and apps, and even how to create a simple personal digital assistant. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
17 videos | 2h 1m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Computer Vision
Computer vision is the machine learning capability to allow computers to "see" similar to how a person can see, and be able to identify, distinguish, and interpret objects, people, and even text from images or video. In this course you will learn about the Azure ML Computer Vision service, Computer Vision Models, and how it can be trained and used to detect and classify objects in images and videos using a Classifier model and semantic segmentation. You'll also learn how to evaluate the results of an object detection model. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
15 videos | 1h 22m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Face & Optical Character Recognition
An advanced and powerful feature of computer vision is the ability to detect, identify, and even analyze faces and forms in images and videos. In this course, you'll learn how to use the Azure Face Detection service and Computer Vision service to determine a person's age from an image and to determine their sentiment. You'll also explore how to use the Form Recognizer service to read and process forms using Optical Character Recognition. Finally, you'll learn how to use the Receipt and Custom Form Recognizer to process fields from receipts. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
16 videos | 1h 54m has Assessment available Badge
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Azure Data Fundamentals: Data Workloads
Data workloads refer to the system's ability to handle and process work. In this course, you'll learn about core data workloads and workload management, including the need for data solutions and the various types of data storage. You'll then explore transactional and analytical workloads, Azure Batch, and real time processing. Finally, you'll learn about the differences between batch data and streaming data and the fundamentals of relational data. This course is one in a collection that prepares learners for Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
11 videos | 1h 6m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Data Analytics
Data analytics enables you to extract valuable insights from data and uncover patterns. In this course, you'll learn about data analytics core concepts. You'll examine data visualization, including business intelligence and reporting using Azure Data Explorer, a fully-managed big data analytics cloud platform. You'll then learn about SQL Server Reporting Services, data chart types, and different analytic techniques. You'll explore stream analytics and the associated data types. Finally, you'll learn to use extract, load, and transform data processing and also extract, transform, and load data processing. This course is one of a series that prepares you for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
13 videos | 1h 26m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Relational Data Workloads
Relational data is stored in tables, which allows users to easily categorize and query the data. In this course, you'll learn about the characteristics of relational data and different relational databases. You'll explore how to use indexes and views in a relational database, as well as the different delivery models for relational data. Next, you'll examine Platform as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service, and Software as a Service. Finally, you'll learn about online transaction and analytical processing. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
12 videos | 1h 20m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Relational Data Management
Relational data management ensures cloud database systems are versatile and functionable. In this course, you'll explore how to work with relational data on Azure, including basic management tasks for relational data such as SQL database and the security features within. You'll then learn about Azure Data Studio, Azure SQL Server Management Studio, SQL Server, and the sqlcmd utility. Finally, you'll learn about SQL Managed Instance, Azure Synapse Analytics, as well as different connectivity issues such as authentication or firewall. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
14 videos | 1h 43m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Provisioning & Configuring Relational Data Services
Azure database services are fully managed, which frees up valuable time otherwise spent on managing them. In this course, you'll learn how to provision relational data services and a Microsoft Azure SQL Database. You'll explore how to provision a Microsoft Azure SQL Database for PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB. Next, you'll discover how to configure a Microsoft Azure SQL Database. Finally, you'll learn how to configure Azure Database for PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
11 videos | 1h 7m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Azure SQL Querying Techniques
Azure SQL is used for extracting and organizing data that is stored in a relational database. In this course, you'll learn how to recognize and apply data querying techniques using SQL, Data Definition Language, and Data Manipulation Language. You'll start by learning about Structured Query Language including its uses, features, and limitations. You'll examine how to work with the Data Definition Language and Data Manipulation Language. Next, you'll learn how to query Azure SQL Database using the Azure portal, SSMS, Data Studio, and the sqlcmd utility. Finally, you'll discover how to query relational data in PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MariaDB. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
12 videos | 1h 6m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Non-relational Data Workloads
Non-relational databases use a storage model that is optimized for the data being stored. In this course, you'll learn about characteristics of non-relational data, including the different types of non-relational data. You'll learn when to use non-relational versus relational data. Next, you'll explore the use of CSV and JSON files for non-relational data and the requirements of non-relational data stores. You'll examine free-form text for search, including architecture and challenges. Finally, you'll learn about time series solutions, including their benefits and challenges. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
9 videos | 52m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Non-relational Data Services
Non-relational data repositories can store data in its original format and allow fast storage and retrieval access. In this course, you'll learn about the non-relational data services, including Azure Table Storage, Azure Blob Storage, and Azure File Storage. You'll also learn how to provision and configure non-relational data services and manage Azure Blob Storage and Azure File Storage. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
10 videos | 54m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Azure Cosmos DB
Cosmos DB is a fully managed NoSQL database for modern app development. In this course, you'll learn about non-relational data offerings on Azure, including Cosmos DB and the different entities in the resource model. You'll learn how to provision and configure Cosmos DB and query data. Next, you'll explore the various Cosmos DB APIs and learn how to use Core (SQL) API for Cosmos DB. Finally, you'll examine how to use the Cosmos DB API, as well as how to use the Cassandra, Azure Table, and Gremlin APIs in Cosmos DB. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
13 videos | 1h 26m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Non-relational Data Management
Non-relational data does not use SQL for queries and instead it uses other programming languages and constructs to query the data. This course covers basic management tasks for non-relational data, including how to deploy data using the Azure portal, Azure Resource Manager Templates, Azure PowerShell, and the Azure CLI. You'll learn about Cosmos DB firewall, authentication, and other security components. Finally, you'll explore Azure Cosmos DB Explorer and Geo-replication, as well as various issues that may arise with access control, .NET SDKs, and Java SDKs. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
14 videos | 1h 26m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Azure Analytics Workloads
Azure Synapse Analytics is a limitless analytics service that brings together data warehousing and big data analytics. In this course, you will learn about analytics workloads, including Azure Synapse Analytics, Azure Synapse SQL pool, Data Warehouse Units. You'll also learn about the difference between transactional and analytic workloads and batch and real time data processing. You'll use Azure Portal and Azure PowerShell to create a Synapse SQL pool and Azure Data Lake Analytics. You'll learn about data warehousing workloads and when to use a data warehouse solution. Finally, you'll learn about the different Azure Data Lake Analytics. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
12 videos | 59m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Modern Data Warehousing
Modern data warehousing lets you bring your data together at any scale and provide insights through analytics. This course, you'll learn about the components of a modern data warehouse and its architecture and how it can benefit your organization. You'll start by learning about modern data warehousing, and then the data warehousing architecture. You'll then learn about Azure Data Factory, Azure Data Lake, and Azure Databricks. You'll then go on to explore Azure Analysis Services and Azure HDInsights. Finally, you'll discover Azure Distributed Data Engineering Toolkit. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
11 videos | 1h 7m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Azure Data Ingestion & Processing
Data ingestion and processing allows your data to be assessed, used, and analyzed. In this course, you'll learn about Azure data ingestion and processing, including loading strategies for Synapse SQL Pools. You'll examine Azure data factory pipelines and activities, as well as how to create an Azure data factory. Next, you'll learn how to use the data factory copy data tool to copy data. Finally, you'll explore how to use SQL Server Integration Services, Azure Databricks, Azure Synapse Analytics, and Azure Data Lake to ingest data. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
11 videos | 1h 12m has Assessment available Badge
Azure Data Fundamentals: Azure Data Visualization
Power BI allows you to visualize your data and gain deeper insight by creating interactive and immersive dashboards and reports. In this course, you'll learn how to use Microsoft Power BI to optimize data, load datasets, and create dashboards. Next, you'll explore how to use Power BI for paginated and interactive reports, as well as for publishing reports. You'll also examine how to use the different types of Power BI visualizations. Finally, you'll learn about workflows and Power BI security and administration. This course is one in a series that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900) exam.
12 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
Azure Serverless Services: Messaging & Monitoring Essentials
Developers need to be aware of Azure messaging and monitoring services to enhance the Serverless deployment experience that saves time and lowers overhead cost. Use this course to investigate Azure messaging and notification essentials to manage events in Serverless applications and Azure monitoring services to control the environments with simplified configurations in the Azure cloud platform. Explore the capabilities of Azure Event Grid, differences between messages and events, and prominent messaging services provided by Azure. This course will also help you examine the advantages offered by Azure Notification Hubs and how they differ from Amazon SNS, the characteristics of Azure Monitor, and how to work with Application Insights and Log Analytics. After finishing this course, you'll have the knowledge to manage serverless applications with Azure messaging and monitoring services.
20 videos | 1h 52m has Assessment available Badge
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Working with Azure Cosmos DB: Getting Started
In this course, you will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of Cosmos DB and begin using this service by setting up a database and container. Begin by highlighting the differences between NoSQL and SQL databases to recognize exactly where Cosmos DB fits within this landscape. Then, explore the features of and use cases for Azure Cosmos DB. Next, find out how Cosmos DB organizes and stores data and enables access via various APIs such as the MongoDB API and the Apache Cassandra API and examine the factors that help you select the right Cosmos DB API for your own use cases. Finally, you will create a Cosmos DB account on the Azure cloud and provision a database and container within that service.
10 videos | 1h 34m has Assessment available Badge
Working with Azure Cosmos DB: Loading Data
In this course, you will examine how data is loaded into Cosmos DB, including data migration from a relational database and how to query that data. Begin by using the Cosmos DB web console to load items into a container, focusing on the types of data that can be loaded, like arrays and nested JSON structures. Then, you will query these items using an SQL-like syntax and explore array indexing, in-partition and cross-partition queries, as well as intra-document joins in order to unpack arrays. Then, you will migrate data from a relational Azure SQL Database to Cosmos DB using Azure's Data Factory service, which allows you to define and launch a pipeline for a migration using an intuitive web UI. Finally, you will define a step to copy specific data from a source database and then migrate it over to a Cosmos DB container, assembling all the little pieces required for such a pipeline.
9 videos | 1h 13m has Assessment available Badge
Working with Azure Cosmos DB: Advanced Topics
Begin this course by exploring index policies in Cosmos DB and how these influence the performance of queries, as well as how many request units are consumed by them. Next, you will modify the default index policy and explicitly define the fields of the items which must be included in the index and how fields can be left out of it. Then, you will focus on composite indexes and run various types of queries against your data, including aggregation queries. You will build a Python application that can connect to and query a Cosmos DB container using the azure-cosmos package and various interfaces, such as a DatabaseProxy and ContainerProxy. Finally, you will create a new Cosmos DB account, this time using the MongoDB API, in order to observe the similarities between MongoDB API and MongoDB server.
13 videos | 1h 49m has Assessment available Badge

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Microsoft Azure: Getting Started
Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing service for building and managing applications and services. Discover how to sign up for an Azure account, and explore the Azure portal, store, SQL Database, and AppFabric.
7 videos | 35m has Assessment available Badge

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Azure AI Fundamentals: Azure Machine Learning Fundamentals
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) seem to be everywhere we look, and with each passing day, there are new breakthroughs in AI/ML technology. In this course, you will explore key features and uses of AI and ML, computer vision in Azure, and natural language processing (NLP) in Azure. Then you will discover the purpose of knowledge mining in Azure, investigate document intelligence in Azure, and examine generative AI in Azure. Finally, you'll delve into ethical considerations for AI, challenges and risks associated with AI, and critical considerations for the design and implementation of responsible AI. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
12 videos | 1h 6m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Artificial Intelligence Concepts
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are expansive concepts that mean different things to different people. With a vast and ever-growing list of practical applications for AI/ML, it is no surprise that the technology is garnering the attention of organizations far and wide. In this course, you will explore key concepts of AI, beginning with ML types. Then you will discover data in ML, labeled and unlabeled data, and data features. Next, you will delve into key methods and techniques, such as regression, binary classification, multi-class classification, and clustering. Finally, you will focus on the features, advantages, and disadvantages of supervised and unsupervised learning, and the purpose of deep learning. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
12 videos | 1h 2m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Artificial Intelligence Principles
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) are solving a significant number of business and social problems and giving computers a new way to handle and process vast amounts of data. In this course, you'll learn about AI principles, beginning with fairness, reliability, and safety in AI algorithms, privacy and security for responsible AI, and inclusiveness, transparency, and accountability in AI algorithms. Then you'll dig into Azure AI's capabilities, Machine Language Operations (MLOps), Azure AI model management, and Azure AI model training. Finally, you'll explore key concepts surrounding Azure AI content safety and Azure reinforcement learning. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
14 videos | 1h 25m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Machine Learning with Azure AI
Azure Machine Learning Studio is part of a suite of services that facilitates machine learning (ML) by providing a single interface for building, managing, deploying, testing, and collaborating. In this course, you will discover Azure AI and ML services, beginning with the features and capabilities of Azure Machine Learning Studio and Azure OpenAI Studio. Then you will dig into how to create an Azure Machine Learning Studio account and Azure AI service resources. Next, you will investigate Azure AI services, authentication for Azure AI services, and Azure ML workloads. Finally, you will explore compute resources, dataset management, and pipeline management. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
16 videos | 1h 31m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Introduction to Azure Machine Learning Studio
The Azure Machine Learning Studio provides a proficient design tool that can be used to build machine learning pipelines. In this course, you'll explore Azure Machine Learning Studio and practice using its features for managing, normalizing, and transforming data for use in regression, classification, and clustering models. You'll begin with Azure service experiments, classification evaluation metrics, and regression evaluation metrics. Then, you'll learn how to create an Azure Machine Learning workspace, how to create a compute resource, and how to create a dataset. Finally, you'll discover how to create model packages and how to deploy models. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
10 videos | 54m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Working with Azure Machine Learning Studio
Azure Machine Learning Studio can be used to build machine learning pipelines and manage, normalize, and transform data for use in regression, classification, and clustering models. In this course, you will work with Azure Machine Learning Studio, beginning with ingesting data from Azure storage and Azure Blob storage, labeling data in Azure Machine Learning Studio, running and testing scripts, and creating an automated model. Then you will discover how to run an automated experiment, select the best model, deploy a model as a predictive service, and test a predictive service. Finally, you will explore how to manage compute resources and data stores, manage datasets and experiments, pipelines and models, and endpoints. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
15 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Using Azure Machine Learning Designer
Azure Machine Learning Studio and Designer provide powerful options for authoring machine learning (ML) models. In this course, you'll explore model authoring with Azure Machine Learning Designer, including how to work with datasets, select dataset features, and add data transformations. Then, you'll discover how to normalize data, view normalized data, and split datasets. Finally, you'll explore how to use regression, classification, and clustering models in Azure Machine Learning Designer. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
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Azure AI Fundamentals: Evaluating Models in Azure AI
In order to build a useful machine learning deployment, you must be able to evaluate and verify the AI model and data, as well as the accuracy and effectiveness of its predictions. Azure Machine Learning Studio and the designer provide multiple easy-to-use methods for evaluating and scoring a model. In this course, you will learn how to score and evaluate models, how to run pipelines, and how to analyze evaluation output. Then you will dig into evaluation results, visualizing data in a scoring model, assessing regression model results, and investigating classification model results. Finally, you will explore clustering model results, inference pipelines, web service output, and predictive service deployment. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
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Azure AI Fundamentals: Azure Natural Language Processing
A powerful feature of machine learning is natural language processing (NLP). NLP allows computers to identify and process natural language and can be used for speech to text and text to speech processing, sentiment analysis, and translation. In this course, you'll learn about NLP in Azure, use cases for NLP, the Azure AI language service, and the Azure AI speech service. Then you'll explore working with Azure Text Analytics, key phrase extraction, named entity recognition (NER), and sentiment analysis and opinion mining. Finally, you'll discover how to train a language model, features of the Azure AI Translator Service, how to translate text, and how to translate speech. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
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Azure AI Fundamentals: Creating a Conversational AI Bot
Conversational bots are a powerful tool that can interact and respond to queries very much like a human would. They can also be used as knowledge bases. In this course, you'll learn about conversational AI bot creation, beginning with conversational bot use cases, and how to create, populate, train, publish, and test a knowledge base. Then you'll delve into creating a bot, extending a bot framework, testing a bot, application insights, and how to publish a bot. Finally, you'll learn how to connect bots to standard channels and connect an application to a bot, and how to create, deploy, and test a virtual assistant. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
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Azure AI Fundamentals: Introduction to Azure AI Vision
Computer vision is the machine learning capability to allow computers to "see" in a similar manner to how a person can see. In this course, you'll be introduced to Azure AI Vision, beginning with images and image processing considerations, an introduction to the Azure AI Vision service and the Azure AI Custom Vision service. Then you'll learn about Azure image analysis, the Azure Face service, Azure video analysis, and Azure AI image classification. Finally, you'll explore Azure AI object detection, be introduced to Azure AI Vision Studio, and discover how to get started with Azure AI Vision Studio. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
1h 21m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Getting Started with Azure AI Vision
Azure AI Vision unleashes your ability to identify, distinguish, and interpret objects, people, and even text from images or video. In this course you will explore Azure AI Vision, beginning with analyzing images, describing and tagging images, and training a classifier model. Then you will discover how to evaluate a classifier model, deploy and test a prediction model, and train an object detection model. Next, you will learn how to evaluate an object detection model and use a model as a service. Finally, you will investigate semantic segmentation. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
11 videos | 1h 4m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Working with AI Vision
Computer vision allows computers to 'see', and identify, distinguish, and interpret objects, people, and text from images or video. In this course, you will continue to work with Azure AI Vision, beginning with facial detection and analysis and the Azure AI Video Indexer service. Then you will discover key aspects of face and age detection and find out how to identify faces in videos. Next, you will learn how to use Face service to detect and analyze faces and verify. Finally, you will investigate Azure AI vision Spatial Analysis and work with the Spatial Analysis container. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
12 videos | 1h 8m has Assessment available Badge
Azure AI Fundamentals: Azure Document & Optical Character Recognition
A powerful feature of computer vision is the ability to detect, identify, and even analyze meaningful information from various sources. In this course, you'll learn about Azure AI's document and optical character recognition (OCR) services, beginning with key features of the Azure Optical Character Recognition API and how to read text from various sources, including photographs and digitized documents. Then you'll explore the Azure Document Intelligence Service and how to work with Azure AI Document Intelligence. Finally, you'll delve into the Read API, the pre-built receipt model, the customer form recognizer model, how to identify fields on a receipt, and how to process tables in scanned forms. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals (AI-900) exam.
14 videos | 1h 24m available Badge
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Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Management Tools
Explore the business case for using Azure and common management tools. In this course, you'll examine how Azure solutions can address business needs and which tools can be used to achieve this. You'll start by learning about common Azure solutions and which business problems they address. Next, you'll learn how to use the Azure portal and Cloud Shell, PowerShell, and the command line interface to deploy and manage Azure resources. Lastly, you'll learn how Azure services are exposed to developers through APIs. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
8 videos | 29m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Virtual Networking
Discover how to provision network configurations in the Azure cloud to allow resource communication. In this course, you'll create and configure various Azure network components. You'll start by creating VNets and subnets using the portal. Next, you'll deploy VNets and subnets using the CLI and PowerShell. Lastly, you will link VNets together through VNet peering using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
14 videos | 51m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure Storage Accounts
Storing your data in the Azure cloud provides quick access to authorized apps and users from anywhere in the world, while maintaining multiple copies of that data. In this course, you'll learn to deploy and manage Azures storage accounts. You'll start by creating storage accounts using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then examine how to manage access keys using the portal, CLI and PowerShell. Next, you'll learn how to generate a storage account shared access signature. Lastly, you'll explore how to configure storage account security in the form of access policies, limit network access, and enable AD authentication. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
18 videos | 59m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Storage Account Content Management
To gain the benefits of cloud-stored data, you must know how to use the appropriate tools to access cloud storage in a secured manner. In this course, you'll explore various methods of uploading and managing storage account blobs, as well as enabling security and high availability. You'll start by examine how to upload blobs to a storage account using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then discover how to use the Storage Explorer GUI tool to manage storage account blobs. Next, you'll learn to enable replication using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell, as well as configure blob lifecycle management. Lastly, you'll learn how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to create a key vault and key for encrypting a storage account and how to enable storage account failover. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
19 videos | 1h 10m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure Files
You can provide secured access to shared folders in the cloud using Azure Files. In this course, you'll explore Azure Files configuration and connectivity. You'll start by learning how to configure an Azure Files share using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you'll examine how to connect to Azure Files from a Windows host. Lastly, you'll discover how to connect to Azure Files share from a Linux host. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
8 videos | 22m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying Azure Database Solutions
Microsoft Azure provides managed database solutions, which means technicians can focus on the database solution and not the underlying setup. In this course, you'll learn about NoSQL and SQL solutions available in Azure. You'll start by learning how to configure a NoSQL table within a storage account. You'll then examine how to deploy and configure a Cosmos DB NoSQL database. Next, you'll learn how to deploy and configure an Azure SQL database. Lastly, you'll see how to connect to Azure SQL database using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, enable Azure SQL high availability, and publish on-premises databases to Azure. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
12 videos | 46m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Securing Azure Networks
Securing Azure resources at the network level is crucial in protecting digital assets and remaining compliant with regulations. In this course, you'll secure Azure networks using firewall rules and a Bastion host. You'll start by examining how to create network security groups using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then learn how to troubleshoot effective security rules. Next, you'll discover how to deploy Azure Firewall with various types of rules. Lastly, you'll learn how to deploy Azure Bastion as a jump box solution to protect Azure VMs. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
14 videos | 56m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying & Managing Azure VMs
Because virtual machines provide the underlying compute power for Azure workloads, knowing how to securely and efficiently manage VMs serves the best interests of cloud customers. In this course, you'll explore how to deploy, connect to, and manage VMs. You'll learn to deploy Windows and Linux VMs using the portal, PowerShell and the CLI. Next, you'll examine how to enable Linux SSH public key authentication and resize a VM. Lastly, you'll learn how to create disks and attach them to VMs, enable VM disk encryption, and deploy a virtual machine scale set. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
19 videos | 1h 27m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure AD
Azure Active Directory (AD) provides centralized identity services that allow secure authentication and authorization to use Azure and Office 365 resources. In this course, you'll learn how to manage Azure AD users and security options. You'll start by examining how to deploy a new Azure AD tenant and navigate between tenants. Next, you'll learn to configure AD verification methods, and use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to create Azure AD users including guest users on an individual and a bulk basis. You'll then explore how to assign product licences to Azure AD users and configure Azure AD security settings including password reset, fraud alerts, conditional access, and multifactor authentication. Next, you'll learn how to configure sign-in security features including named locations, trusted IPs, MFA bypass, and banned passwords. Lastly, you'll explore how to enable Azure identity protection and register an app in Azure AD. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
21 videos | 1h 23m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Deploying Azure AD Connect
Azure AD allows the continued use of on-premises Active Directory account authentication through AD Connect. In this course, you'll learn how to use AD Connect to link Azure AD with an on-premises AD environment. You'll start by examining how to configure a custom DNS domain for an Azure AD tenant. You'll then learn how to download, install, and configure the Azure AD Connect agent on an on-premises domain server. Lastly, you'll discover how to view Azure AD Connect health statistics and configure Azure Files permissions. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
10 videos | 45m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure AD Devices & Groups
Azure AD groups facilitate permissions management when registering devices with Azure AD and allow Azure AD user authentication on those devices. In this course, you'll learn about groups, devices, licenses, and group management in Azure AD. You'll start by learning how to create and manage groups using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. You'll then examine how to join devices to Azure AD and manage device settings. Next, you'll see how to create a dynamic group, assign licenses to groups, and enable group self-service. Lastly, you'll explore how to work with group member bulk tools and join a mobile device to Azure AD. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
17 videos | 55m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Managing Azure Web Applications
Azure App Services provide a simple way to host web applications with minimal fuss. In this course, you'll learn about running web apps, including containerized applications, in Azure. You'll start by examine how to deploy an app service plan and app service web app using the portal and Microsoft Visual Studio. You'll then learn how to use web app deployment slots and when to use Azure Functions and Azure Logic Apps. Next, you'll explore how to enable a custom DNS domain name and HTTPS binding, as well as how to configure web app backup and then access the web app through the Kudu interface. Lastly, you'll see how to work with application container instances and clusters through Azure Kubernetes Service. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
18 videos | 1h 15m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Web App Availability & Security
Microsoft Azure provides tools that allow you to ensure the security and high availability of Azure workloads. In this course, you'll explore methods of improving the performance, security, and availability of Azure web apps. You'll start by learning how to deploy an Azure load balancer using the portal and from an ARM template. You'll then examine how to configure load balancer settings such as inbound NAT rules for back-end VM management. Next, you'll learn to deploy Application Gateway and Web Application Firewall. Lastly, you'll see how to configure the Azure Front Door Service. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
11 videos | 55m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Automating Azure Administrative Tasks
Automation provides a means of using cloud services in the most efficient manner possible to increase productivity and reduce costs. In this course, you'll explore various methods of automation. You'll start by learning how to create and deploy ARM template from a variety of sources through the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you'll examine how to use an existing on-premises VHD with an ARM template and how to import an ARM template. You'll then learn how to work with Azure graphical and PowerShell runbooks within an automation account. Lastly, you'll discover how to import runbooks and deploy them from the PowerShell Gallery. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
15 videos | 57m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure and Business Continuity
Microsoft Azure provides numerous methods for ensuring business continuity during disruptions. In this course, you'll learn how Azure solutions can provide business continuity in the event of disruptions. You'll start by learning how to plan and deploy a Recovery Services vault using the portal and PowerShell. You'll then examine how to configure Azure VM and on-premises file server backup. Next, you'll learn how to enable Azure VM failover. Lastly, you'll see how to configure update management. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
17 videos | 1h 18m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Azure Resource Governance
It's important to know how to secure the management and configuration of Azure resources through RBAC and policies. In this course, you'll learn how to work with RBAC and policy management. You'll start by exploring how to create and assign RBAC roles using the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you'll learn how management groups can facilitate policy assignments in a multi-subscription environment. You'll learn how to initiate an Azure AD access review and work with policy assignment through the portal, CLI, and PowerShell. Lastly, you'll examine how to check policy compliance and enable policy remediation, as well as the purpose of Azure Blueprints. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
19 videos | 1h 14m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Migrating to Azure
Azure provides various migration tools that can be used to assess and move workloads from on-premises to the Azure cloud. In this course, you will learn about various tools and methods for assessing and running Azure migrations. You'll start by exploring on-premises server, database, and web app assessments. Next, you'll learn about the migration process. Lastly, you'll learn when Azure Data Box should be used. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
10 videos | 45m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies: Monitoring Azure
Monitoring Azure resources is crucial for optimizing resource utilization, reducing costs, and enhancing the organizational security posture. In this course, you'll learn about monitoring individual resources as well as working with centralized monitoring. You'll start by examining the metrics for an individual Azure virtual machine. You'll then learn how to work with a Log Analytics workspace and its data sources to centralize log and performance metric data. Next, you'll examine how to work with Azure Monitor and dashboards, view performance metrics, and enable diagnostic logging. You'll see how to view web app metrics through Application Insights and view and manage Azure costs. Lastly, you'll learn how to configure action groups for alert notification, view Security Center recommendations, and work with Azure Sentinel. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-303: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam.
20 videos | 1h 40m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Groups & Devices
Learn how to create and manage Azure AD groups, as well as how to join both Windows 10 and Android devices to Azure AD, in this 18-video course, one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. Key concepts covered in this course include how to use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure AD groups; how to restore deleted Azure AD groups; and how to join a Windows 10 computer to an Azure AD domain. Next, learn how to manage Azure AD device settings; learn to disable a domain-joined Azure AD device; and learn to create a group with dynamic membership; enable dynamic group membership. Learn to assign licenses to a group; specify group owners; enable self-service group membership; and use bulk options for group add and remove. Learners will use the multifactor authentication (MFA) app to register an Android device with Azure AD; create a dynamic device group; and create a conditional access policy.
18 videos | 1h 1m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Users
In this 22-video course, learners discover how Azure AD serves as a central cloud-based identity provider. Examine creating and managing Azure AD users with graphical user interface (GUI) and command-line tools, and how to enable multifactor authentication (MFA). This course is one of several courses preparing learners for AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. Key concepts covered here include the role Azure AD plays in cloud authentication; how to use the portal to explore Azure AD; and how to use command-line interface (CLI) to navigate between Azure AD tenants. Next, learn how to use PowerShell to navigate Azure AD; manage Azure AD guest user accounts; and create Azure AD users through bulk create. Learn how MFA hardens user sign-in security, then how to enable and test Azure AD user MFA, enable users to reset their own passwords, and restore deleted Azure AD users. Assign licenses to users; configure banned passwords; and add Azure AD licensed features. Finally, assign an existing Azure subscription to a different Azure AD tenant; and configure Azure AD smart lockout feature.
22 videos | 1h 18m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Manage Azure AD Subscriptions and Costs
In this 19-video course, you will learn how to manage Azure subscriptions and resource groups; learn about management groups and how to create them; and explore how to analyze costs, configure budgets, and view billing information. Key concepts covered in this course include how subscriptions affect the Azure environment, including subscription types and support; using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure subscriptions; and recognizing how management groups are used to manage multiple subscriptions. You will learn how to use the portal to work with a management group; use the portal to analyze Azure costs; configure a budget scope; and view Azure billing information. Next, learn to create, manage, and delete resource groups using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell; to move an Azure resource to a different resource group; and to view resource deployments to a resource group. View costs associated with a specific resource group scope; create a resource group budget; and create a custom ARM template in the portal. This one of a series of courses to help learners prepare for the AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam.
19 videos | 1h 11m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Policies
Azure policies can be used to control resource creation, management, and configuration. In this 9-video course, one of a collection of courses used in preparation for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam, you will learn about Azure policies, including policy assignment, compliance, and remediation; and examine Azure policies and how they apply to Azure permissions. Key concepts covered in this course include definitions, assignments, and parameters of Azure policies; learning to assign Azure policies for an Azure subscription and for your resource group; and identifying noncompliant resources by creating a policy assignment using Azure PowerShell and also by using a template. Then learn to create and assign a new custom policy with Azure portal; manage Azure policies and assignments by using the portal; and create an Azure AD Identity Protection resource. Configure a multifactor authentication (MFA) registration policy, a user risk policy, and a baseline policy. Finally, learn to define the purpose of Microsoft Azure policies, assign built-in policies using the portal and PowerShell, and enable admin account MFA through a baseline policy.
9 videos | 30m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Roles & Tags
Explore the management of Azure resources using Role Based Access Control (RBAC) in this 16-video course, one of a collection of course helping prepare for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. Learners will explore the management of Azure resources using RBAC and resource locking, as well as the use of resource tagging to facilitate easier searching and organization of resources, and examine how Azure roles assign permissions to different scopes. Key concepts covered in this course include how Azure roles assign permissions to different scopes; how to use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to assign a built-in Azure role; and how to create and assign a custom Azure role. Learn to recognize the benefits of resource locking; use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to prevent Azure resource modification or deletion; and use an ARM template to enable resource locking. Finally, learn benefits of tagging Azure resources; and use the portal, the CLI and PowerShell to tag Azure resources.
16 videos | 56m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Storage Accounts
In this 22-video course, one of several courses preparing learners for AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam, you will learn how to create and manage cloud storage with Azure storage accounts with graphical user interface (GUI) and command-line tools. Key concepts covered here are Azure storage account details, including storage tiers; how to use the portal, the command-line interface (CLI), and PowerShell to manage Azure storage accounts; and how to limit network access to a storage account. Next, use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to manage storage account blobs; use AzCopy to upload blobs to storage accounts; and manage blob lifecycle policies with the portal. Learn how to set access level for blob containers; create a storage account queue; and enable Azure AD authentication for a storage account. Then learn to refresh storage account keys; create a storage account shared access signature; and enable storage account replication. Finally, install and use Azure Storage Explorer tool; enable blob soft delete; use customer managed keys to encrypt cloud data; and generate and use a blob SAS token.
22 videos | 1h 29m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Files
Azure file sharing and synchronization are key skills for an Azure administrator. Explore the use of Azure Files for creating and managing cloud-based shared folders, as well as file synchronization by using Azure File Sync, in this 10-video course. Prepare for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam by examining how Azure file shares enable shared folders in the cloud, and how to use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure file shares. Other key concepts covered in this course include learning how Azure file shares enable shared folders in the cloud; how to use the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell to manage Azure file shares; and mapping a drive to Azure file shares by using Windows. Finally, learners observe how to map a mount point to Azure file shares by using Linux; learn the purpose of Azure File Sync; and learn how to enable an on-premises Azure File Sync gateway.
10 videos | 33m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Network Solutions
Azure network resources need to be carefully managed. Prepare for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam with this 20-video course, which explores Azure network resources, Azure VNet peering, and Azure ExpressRoute. You will learn which Azure network configurations should be used, and how to use the portal, CLI, and PowerShell to manage VNets and subnets. Key concepts covered in this course include how to determine which Azure network configurations should be used; learning to manage VNets and subnets using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell; and learning to manage IP address resources using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you will learn to manage network interfaces by using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell; configure routing table entries with the portal, the CLI and PowerShell; and learn the purpose of peering VNets and how to enable VNet peering. Use PowerShell to configure VNet peering; network links to Azure; and troubleshoot network issues by using both Network Performance Monitor and Network Watcher. Finally, learn how ExpressRoute provides dedicated private network links to Azure.
20 videos | 1h 28m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure DNS & Network Security
Explore the management of Azure DNS services and its benefits in this 22-video course, which examines how DNS (domain name system) name resolution works in Azure; how to use the portal, the command-line interface (CLI), and PowerShell to create a DNS zone; and how to enable custom DNS servers for a VNet. One of several preparing learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam, this course's key concepts include how to create a DNS zone using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell; enabling custom DNS servers for a VNet; and how network security groups control inbound and outbound traffic flow. Next, you will learn how to manage network security groups with the portal, CLI, and PowerShell; recognize when VPN solutions should be used with Azure; and configure point-to-site and site-to-site VPNs. Learn the benefits of using Azure virtual WAN; how to deploy and manage Azure Firewall; and how to configure Azure Firewall application rules. Finally, learn how to deploy and manage Azure Bastion and how to deploy an Azure Virtual WAN hub.
22 videos | 1h 45m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Managing Azure Virtual Machines
In this course, you will explore deploying and managing Azure virtual machines (VMs), adding and encrypting VM disks, and enabling VM custom scripts. Examine Azure VM deployment requirements and how to use the portal, command-line interface (CLI), and PowerShell to deploy Azure VMs. This 22-video course is one of several preparing learners for AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. The key concepts covered here include how to add data disks to your Windows VM in the Azure portal; how to add data disks to a Linux VM in Azure PowerShell; and how to add and remove network interfaces from an Azure VM. Learn to resize your VM with Azure portal; move your VM to another resource group, region, or zone; and redeploy a Windows VM and a Linux VM to a new Azure node. Next, learn to use the Custom Script Extension for Windows and Linux; and how to add and configure a data disk for a Windows and Linux VM, and move a VM to a different resource group, and resize a VM.
22 videos | 1h 26m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure App Service & Batch Jobs
In this 21-video course, learners will discover how to manage Azure App Service web applications and Azure Batch jobs. Learn about deploying and managing web apps, configuring Azure Batch, and managing Azure application container solutions while preparing for AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. Key concepts covered here include components that provide Azure-hosted web applications; how to deploy a code-based web application and a Docker-based web application; and how to use PowerShell to manage an Azure app service plan. Next, learn how to deploy a web application by using Microsoft Visual Studio; configure a custom DNS domain name for a web application; and enable HTTPS by using a custom DNS domain name for a web application. Then learn to configure web application staging with Azure deployment slots; enable scaling in an app service plan; enable backup for a web application; and learn automation benefits of Azure Batch. Finally, learn when to use Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Container Instances; manage the Azure Kubernetes Service; and manage Azure Container instances.
21 videos | 1h 25m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Availability Solutions
Azure offers a variety of high availability protection services, allowing you to protect systems and data. In this 22-video course, learn how to manage various Azure backup and recovery solutions while preparing for AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam. Key concepts covered in this course include how to deploy a virtual machine scale set; how load balancing can improve application performance and high availability; and how to configure an internal load balancer and a public load balancer, including health probes and rules. Next, learn how to deploy an application gateway to load balance an application; learn how Azure Site Recovery is used for disaster recovery; and configure site-to-site Azure recovery. Test VM failover after replication is enabled; learn benefits of using Azure Backup; and learn how to deploy an Azure Recovery Services vault. Then configure Azure Backup policies; use the portal, the command-line interface (CLI), and PowerShell to manage Azure Backup; restore Azure VMs; use Azure Backup to protect on-premises file servers; and restore deleted Azure virtual machine data.
22 videos | 1h 29m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Monitoring Azure Resources
Discover how to effectively monitor your Azure deployments. In this 13-video course, one of several preparing learners for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification exam, you will explore individual and centralized resource logging and performance monitoring, log querying, dashboards, alert notifications and application insight. Learn the various ways in which Azure resources can be monitored. Key concepts covered here include the various ways in which Azure resources can be monitored and how to monitor individual resources by examining logs and metrics; how to deploy a Log Analytics workspace; and how to configure Log Analytics Workspace data sources for centralized monitoring. Next, learn how to create a log query and save a query to a dashboard; learn to analyze performance metrics within and across subscriptions; and learn to create an actions group for alert notifications. Finally, learn how to enable Application Insights; and use Network Performance Monitor and Network Watcher to troubleshoot cloud network issues.
13 videos | 51m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Subscriptions & AD Tenants
As an Azure administrator, you will be expected to manage an organization's Azure environment, including Azure Active DIrectory (AD) and Azure subscriptions. Discover the relationship between subscriptions and Azure AD tenants. Explore how to manage Azure subscriptions using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell, as well as how to create and manage Azure AD tenants using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell. Investigate how to use Azure AD administrative units to organize users and groups, create a custom DNS domain name for Azure AD, and manage Azure AD applications. This course can be used to prepare for exam AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator.
14 videos | 1h 23m has Assessment available Badge
Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure AD User & Group Management
Managing users, groups, and devices is a core skill for success as an Azure administrator. Creating users and assigning them to groups allows an administrator to provide a more streamlined and secure experience for users and their organization. Discover how to create Azure AD users using the portal, the CLI, and PowerShell. Learn how to perform a bulk import to efficiently create users. Then, you'll invite external users to partake in Azure AD. Explore dynamic groups and find out how their membership can evolve based on defined criteria. Create your own dynamic user and device Azure AD groups. Practice restoring deleted groups and connecting devices to an Azure AD tenant. Finally, investigate how to assign product licenses to Azure AD users. This course can be used to prepare for exam AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator.
13 videos | 1h 7m has Assessment available Badge