Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure Storage Design

Azure 2019
  • 20 Videos | 1h 30m 31s
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In this course, learners discover how to apply knowledge of Azure storage solutions such as storage accounts, NoSQL storage, replication, file shares, databases, and data warehousing to address business needs, in preparation for AZ-301: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam. Begin this 20-video course by learning how to map Azure storage solutions to business needs, and then create a storage account via the Azure portal and via Visual Studio. Explore how to create containers and upload a blog via Azure port and control access to storage accounts; then look at Azure file share configuration by enabling cloud-based file shares. Discover how to create a shared access signature; map a drive letter to Azure file share; mount a remove Azure file share in Linux, and enable file synchronization between on-premises servers and Azure. Delve into Azure Storage Explorer; Azure database planning; deploying Azure SQL database; and deploying Azure table storage. Switch replication strategy via Azure portal and via command-line tools. Finally, learn about data warehousing and Azure storage analytics. The exercise involves planning Azure storage.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    map Azure storage solutions to business needs
    use the portal to create a storage account
    use Visual Studio to create a storage account
    use the portal to upload a blob
    control access to storage accounts
    enable cloud-based file shares
    create a shared access signature
    map a drive letter to Azure File Share
    mount a remote Azure File Share in Linux
  • enable file synchronization between on-premises servers and Azure
    connect to your Azure account in Azure Storage Explorer
    recognize which database configurations best support a given workload
    use the portal to deploy Azure SQL Database
    configure Azure Table storage
    enable geo-redundancy using the portal
    enable geo-redundancy using command line tools
    plan how data warehousing configuration best meet business needs
    analyze Azure storage usage
    create an Azure storage account and configure Azure files

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    2m 13s
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    2. 
    Azure Storage Solutions Planning
    8m 40s
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    Create a Storage Account via Azure Portal
    3m 46s
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    4. 
    Create a Storage Account via Visual Studio
    5m 11s
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    Create Containers and Upload a Blob via Azure Portal
    3m 37s
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    6. 
    Azure Storage Account Permissions
    3m 59s
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    Azure File Share Configuration
    3m 1s
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    Azure Shared Access Signatures
    2m 31s
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    Connect to an Azure File Share via Windows
    4m
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    Connect to an Azure File Share via Linux
    3m 1s
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    Use Azure File Sync on an On-Premises File Server
    7m 52s
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    Azure Storage Explorer
    2m 29s
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    Azure Database Planning
    6m 2s
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    Deploy Azure SQL Database
    5m 6s
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    Deploy Azure Table Storage
    3m 39s
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    Switch Replication Strategy via Azure Portal
    2m 1s
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    Switch Replication Strategy via Command Line Tools
    3m 12s
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    Data Warehousing
    2m 30s
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    Azure Storage Analytics
    2m 55s
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    20. 
    Exercise: Plan Azure Storage
    5m 49s

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