Azure Cloud Tools
Properly manage tools that are related to security, computing, storage, migration, networking, and monitoring within Azure.
Microsoft Azure is one of the leading cloud computing service providers in the market today. With over 600 services under the Azure umbrella, it allows organizations to rely on one platform for multiple business needs.
N2K’s Azure Cloud Tools course is for cloud practitioners within organizations that use Microsoft Azure who need to understand the variety of Azure tools, how the environment works, and how to effectively manage them for business continuity.
As an intermediate-level course, it’s designed to expose practitioners to the various tools that can be found within the Azure cloud environment. With a combination of theoretical and hands-on instruction, learners will understand how to use tools related to security, computing, storage, migration, networking, and monitoring within Azure.
This is an on-demand course with 10 hours of guided instruction and demonstrations presented in an easy-to-digest format from instructors with years of teaching and technical experience. Private live online sessions are available for enterprise teams.
- Optional – Live Online Sessions
- 10 hours of on-demand videos, including lectures and demos
- Tools Cheat Sheet & Summary Notes
- 15-Question Diagnostic Exam
- 15-Question Final Exam
- Knowledge Check Quizzes
- Personal Performance Tracker
A foundational level of knowledge of cloud environments is recommended for this course, however, is not mandatory. Some course and certification recommendations before completing the Azure Cloud Tools course include CompTIA IT Fundamentals+, N2K’s Cloud Security Essentials, or Critical Knowledge Course.
What to Pursue Next
After completing the Azure Cloud Tools course, here are recommended role-based and certification training options to pursue next:
Module 1: Azure Security Tools This module covers the Azure tools related directly to security within the cloud environment. These tools are related to security, confidentiality, directory services, and firewall management.
- Azure Security Tools
- Confidentiality in Azure
- Azure Directory Service
- Firewall Management
Module 2: Monitoring and Governance in Azure This module covers the Azure tools that are designed to assist in monitoring your Azure resources and network and enforcing compliance.
- Managing Traffic in Azure
- Azure Policy
- Azure Monitor
- Blueprints in Azure
Module 3: Storage in Azure This module details the various methods that can be used to store data within Azure and how to back that data up within your cloud environments.
- Azure Storage Solutions
- Azure Backup
Module 4: Migrating to Azure This module details the various tools that can be used to assist teams when migrating data and applications to Azure as well as what recovery resources exist within Azure.
- Azure Migrate
- Azure Database Migration Service
- Recovery in Azure
Module 5: Computing in Azure This module details the various computing tools within Azure, how they automate necessary processes in your cloud environment, and how to configure these tools.
- Azure Batch
- Quantum Computing in Azure
- The Azure CycleCloud
- Azure Functions
Module 6: Networking in Azure This module details the various tools within Azure that can be used when constructing and managing your cloud networks.
- Azure Virtual Network Manager
- Azure Router Server
- The Application Gateway