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AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator Online Training & Certification Course
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The AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification validates the competencies of candidates in managing cloud services including computing, networking, storage, storage, security, and other Microsoft Azure cloud capabilities. The certification and training renders across the board understanding of cloud services across the entire IT lifecycle that would include applications, infrastructure services and environments.

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  • Official Microsoft Curriculum covered
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Course Description

Overview:

The AZ-104 certification is a new path to get certified as a Microsoft Azure Administrator. It is designed to measure the candidate skills as an Azure Administrator to implement, manage, and monitor identity in the cloud environment. The Azure Administrator will provision, size, monitor, and adjust resources appropriately. The AZ-104 Certification training provides you a deep understanding of the administrative life-cycle. This Azure AZ-104 course shows you how Azure administrators maintain services related to computing, storage, network, and security. The AZ-104 certification training enhances your skills and prepares you for the AZ-104 certification exam. Candidates also gain hands-on exposure to optimize cloud performance and scalability, provisioning, reliability, and monitoring.

This Azure certification course tends to explain:

  • How to manage Azure AD objects.
  • How to manage role-based access control (RBAC).
  • How to manage subscriptions and governance.
  • How to manage storage accounts.
  • How to manage data in Azure Storage
  • How to configure Azure files and Azure blob storage.
  • How to configure VMs for high availability and scalability
  • How to automate deployment and configuration of VMs.
  • How to create and configure VMs.
  • How to create and configure containers.
  • How to create and configure Web Apps.
  • How to monitor and troubleshoot virtual networking.
  • How to configure name resolution.
  • How to secure access to virtual networks.
  • How to configure load balancing
  • How to monitor and troubleshoot virtual networking
  • How to integrate an on-premises network with an Azure virtual network.
  • How to monitor resources by using Azure Monitor.
  • How to implement backup and recovery.
Why AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator Training?

The Azure AZ-104 certification is the updated version of the Azure AZ-103 certification. This certification has more in-depth coverage of the role-specific skills required in the industry compared to the AZ-103. The Azure AZ-104 certification training covers the following domain:

  • Manage Azure identities and governance (15-20%)
  • Implement and manage storage (10-15%)
  • Deploy and manage Azure compute resources (25-30%)
  • Configure and manage virtual networking (30-35%)
  • Monitor and back up Azure resources (10-15%)
Why AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator with Infosec Train?

If you want to appear for the Azure AZ-104 certification exam, Infosec Train provides all the necessary preparation required for the AZ-104 exam like:

  • Instructor-led training.
  • Official Courseware.
  • Blended learning delivery model.
  • 2hrs Interview Questions Prep
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  • Learn from Industry Experts.

Infosec Train is one of the finest Security and Technology Training and Consulting organizations, focusing on a range of IT Security Training and Information Security Services. Certified instructors deliver all training with years of industry experience. You can check and enroll in our Azure AZ-104-certification-training to prepare for the certification exam.

Target Audience

  • Azure Administrators
  • Azure Cloud Engineers
  • Systems Administrators intending to advance their Azure skills

Pre-Requisite

  • Minimum 6 months of hands-on experience administering Azure.
  • Strong understanding of core Azure services, Azure workloads, security, and governance.
  • Experience in using PowerShell, the command-line interface, Azure portal, and ARM templates.

Exam Information

The candidates need to pass the following certification exam get recognized as certified Azure Administrator:

Certification Name Microsoft Azure Administrator Exam AZ-104
Test Format Multiple Choice Questions
Number of Questions 40 to 60
Duration 150 Minutes
Passing Score 700 out of 1000

 

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Course Objectives

AZ-104 Azure certification provides an in-depth understanding of:

  • Managing Azure subscriptions and resources
  • Implementing and managing Azure storage
  • Deployment and management of the virtual machines (VMs)
  • Configuration and management of the virtual networks
  • Identity management

Course Content

AZ-104 Azure certification provides an in-depth understanding of:
Domain 1 Manage Azure identities and governance:

Manage Azure AD objects

  • create users and groups
  • manage user and group properties
  • manage device settings perform bulk user updates
  • manage guest accounts
  • configure Azure AD Join
  • configure self-service password reset
  • NOT: Azure AD Connect; PIM

Manage role-based access control (RBAC) 

  • create a custom role
  • provide access to Azure resources by assigning roles
  • subscriptions
  • resource groups
  • resources (VM, disk, etc.)
  • interpret access assignments
  • manage multiple directories

   Manage subscriptions and governance

  • configure Azure policies
  • configure resource locks
  • apply tags
  • create and manage resource groups
  • move resources
  • remove RGs
  • manage subscriptions
  • configure Cost Management
  • configure management groups

Domain 2: Implement and manage storage (15–20%)
Manage storage accounts  

  • configure network access to storage accounts
  • create and configure storage accounts
  • generate shared access signature
  • manage access keys
  • implement Azure storage replication
  • configure Azure AD Authentication for a storage account

Manage data in Azure Storage

  • export from Azure job
  • import into Azure job
  • install and use Azure Storage Explorer
  • copy data by using AZCopy

 Configure Azure files and Azure blob storage

  • create an Azure file share
  • create and configure Azure File Sync service
  • configure Azure blob storage
  • configure storage tiers for Azure blobs

Domain 3 : Deploy and manage Azure compute resources

Configure VMs for high availability and scalability

  • configure high availability
  • deploy and configure scale sets

Automate deployment and configuration of VMs

  • modify the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) template
  • configure VHD template
  • deploy from template
  • save a deployment as an ARM template
  • automate configuration management by using custom script extensions

Create and configure VMs

  • configure Azure Disk Encryption
  • move VMs from one resource group to another
  • manage VM sizes
  • add data discs
  • configure networking
  • redeploy VMs

Create and configure containers

  • create and configure Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
  • create and configure Azure Container Instances (ACI)
  • NOT: selecting a container solution architecture or product; container registry settings

Create and configure Web Apps

  • create and configure App Service
  • create and configure App Service Plans
  • NOT: Azure Functions; Logic Apps; Event Grid

Domain 4: Configure and manage virtual networking.

Implement and manage virtual networking

  • create and configure VNET peering
  • configure private and public IP addresses, network routes, network interface, subnets, and virtual network

Configure name resolution  

  • configure Azure DNS
  • configure custom DNS settings
  • configure a private or public DNS zone

Secure access to virtual networks

  • create security rules
  • associate an NSG to a subnet or network interface
  • evaluate effective security rules
  • deploy and configure Azure Firewall
  • deploy and configure Azure Bastion Service
  • NOT: Implement Application Security Groups; DDoS

Configure load balancing

  • configure Application Gateway
  • configure an internal load balancer
  • configure load balancing rules
  • configure a public load balancer troubleshoot load balancing
  • NOT: Traffic Manager and FrontDoor and PrivateLink

Monitor and troubleshoot virtual networking  

  • monitor on-premises connectivity
  • use Network Performance Monitor
  • use Network Watcher
  • troubleshoot external networking
  • troubleshoot virtual network connectivity

Integrate an on-premises network with an Azure virtual network

  • create and configure Azure VPN Gateway
  • create and configure VPNs
  • configure ExpressRoute
  • configure Azure Virtual WAN 

Domain 5: Monitor and backup Azure resources

Monitor resources by using Azure Monitor

  • configure and interpret metrics (analyze metrics across subscriptions)
  • Configure Log Analytics implement a Log Analytics workspace configure diagnostic settings
  • query and analyze logs (Create a query, Save a query to the dashboard,
    Intepret graphs)

  • set up alerts and actions (Create and test alerts, Create action groups, View
    alerts in Azure Monitor, Analyze alerts across subscriptions)

  • configure Application Insights

Implement backup and recovery

  • configure and review backup reports
  • perform backup and restore operations by using Azure Backup Service
  • create a Recovery Services Vault
  • use soft delete to recover Azure VMs
  • create and configure a backup policy
  • perform site-to-site recovery by using Azure Site Recovery

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FAQs

1. What is the AZ-104 exam?
AZ-104 is the Microsoft Azure Administrator exam. It assesses your ability to perform Azure related technical tasks like manage Azure identities and governance; implement and manage storage; deploy and manage Azure compute resources; configure and manage virtual networking, and monitor and back up Azure resources.
2. How is AZ-103 different from AZ-104?
The AZ-104 Exam is the updated version of the AZ-103 exam. AZ-104 is entirely about storage accounts management and data management, while AZ-103 focuses more on the origin and configuration of storage resources with less focus on the management of data.
3. How many questions are there and the time duration of the AZ-104 exam?
The AZ-104 Exam incorporates 40-60 questions, which are to be answered in the time frame of 120 minutes.
4. Is there a way to cancel or reschedule the AZ-104 exam?
You can either cancel or reschedule the exam, but it should be done at least six days prior to the exam date. If you are unable to do it 24 hours prior to the exam, you may end up losing the entire fee. You can reschedule the exam either yourself from the certification dashboard or can take assistance from the support team member by sending your details to Pearson VUE.
5. Is AZ-103 still valid?
The AZ-104 exam is the updated version of the AZ-103 exam. It has not expired, but it is valid only for two years after qualifying. Candidates willing to take AZ-103 will have to take AZ-104 from August 31st, 2020.
6. Can AZ-104 expire?
AZ-104, the Azure Administrator Associate, is a role-based certification that does not expire but is valid for two years.
7. Is AZ-104 a difficult exam?
AZ-104 has been identified as one of the most difficult and challenging exams in Azure technology. This exam has been introduced lately to replace the AZ-103 exam.
8. How many attempts will I have in a single registration of AZ-104?
You only have one attempt under a single purchase of the exam. If you are unable to crack in the first attempt, you can retake the exam by purchasing it again.
9. How much time should be given to prepare for AZ-104?
It is recommended to have at least six months of practical experience in administering Azure. One must also have a strong understanding of core Azure services, Azure workloads, security, and governance.
10. What is the course outline for the AZ-104 exam?

The domains of the AZ-104 exam are:

  • Manage Azure identities and governance
  • Implement and manage storage
  • Deploy and manage Azure compute resources
  • Configure and manage virtual networking
  • Monitor and backup Azure resources

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