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AZ-800T00 Training Course: Mastering Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure
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AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure training course by InfosecTrain empowers IT Professionals to proficiently oversee core Windows Server workloads. Through a blend of on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies, participants learn to implement and manage solutions for identity, management, compute, networking, and storage in a Windows Server hybrid environment. Gain essential skills to navigate the complexities of modern IT infrastructure.

AZ-800T00 Course Highlights

  • Course Duration – 32 Hours
  • Learn form Certified Experts 
  • Official Microsoft Curriculum Covered
  • Lab-Intensive Training
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AZ-800T00 Course Description

Overview

InfoSecTrain’s AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure training course is a comprehensive program for IT Professionals seeking mastery in managing core Windows Server workloads. Covering on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies, participants learn to implement and manage solutions for identity, management, compute, networking, and storage within a Windows Server hybrid environment. Gain practical skills navigating modern IT infrastructure complexities, ensuring proficiency in essential tasks. This course provides a thorough foundation for IT Professionals to excel in administering Windows Server environments with a strategic blend of on-premises and hybrid approaches, enhancing their ability to meet evolving organizational needs effectively.

Why AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure Training Course with InfosecTrain?

InfosecTrain is a leading IT security training and consulting organization offering best-in-class yet cost-effective, customized training programs to enterprises and individuals across the globe. We offer role-specific certification training programs and prepare professionals for the future. Our AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure training course will empower participants to oversee core Windows Server workloads.

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  • Recorded Sessions: Access to LMS or recorded sessions for post-training reference.
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  • Knowledge Sharing Community: Collaborative group discussions to facilitate knowledge sharing and learning.
  • Certificate: Each candidate receives a certificate of participation as a testament to their accomplishment.
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Target Audience

  • IT Professionals responsible for managing core Windows Server workloads
  • System Administrators seeking expertise in on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies
  • Professionals involved in identity, management, compute, networking, and storage tasks in a Windows Server hybrid environment
  • Those looking to enhance their skills in implementing and managing solutions for modern IT infrastructure
  • Individuals aiming to navigate the complexities of administering Windows Server environments with a focus on hybrid approaches

Pre-requisites

  • Fundamental knowledge of Windows Server operating system
  • Basic understanding of networking concepts and protocols
  • Familiarity with common IT infrastructure components
  • Experience in system administration and management tasks
  • Prior exposure to cloud technologies is beneficial but not mandatory

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AZ-800T00 Course Objectives

You will be able to:

  • Implement and manage core Windows Server workloads using on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies.
  • Develop proficiency in identity management within a Windows Server hybrid environment.
  • Master the deployment and management of compute resources in diverse infrastructures.
  • Gain expertise in networking configurations and solutions in a hybrid Windows Server environment.
  • Learn to implement and manage storage solutions effectively.
  • Navigate and address the complexities of modern IT infrastructure.
  • Enhance skills in administering Windows Server environments with a strategic focus on hybrid approaches.
  • Acquire hands-on experience with essential tasks related to identity, management, compute, networking, and storage

AZ-800T00 Course Content

Module 1: Introduction to AD DS

  • Introduction
  • Define AD DS
  • Define users, groups, and computers
  • Define AD DS forests and domains
  • Define OUs
  • Manage objects and their properties in AD DS

Module 2: Manage AD DS Domain Controllers and FSMO Roles

  • Introduction
  • Deploy AD DS domain controllers
  • Maintain AD DS domain controllers
  • Manage the AD DS Global Catalog role
  • Manage AD DS operations masters
  • Manage AD DS schema

Module 3: Implement Group Policy Objects

  • Introduction
  • Define GPOs
  • Implement GPO scope and inheritance
  • Define domain-based GPOs
  • Create and configure a domain-based GPO
  • Define GPO storage
  • Define administrative templates

Module 4: Manage Ddvanced Features of AD DS

  • Introduction
  • Create trust relationships
  • Implement ESAE forests
  • Monitor and troubleshoot AD DS
  • Create custom AD DS partitions

Module 5: Implement Hybrid Identity with Windows Server

  • Introduction
  • Select a Microsoft Entra integration model
  • Plan for Microsoft Entra integration
  • Prepare on-premises Active Directory for directory synchronization
  • Install and configure directory synchronization with Microsoft Entra Connect
  • Implement Seamless Single Sign-On
  • Enable Microsoft Entra login in for Windows VM in Azure
  • Knowledge check 1
  • Describe Microsoft Entra Domain Services
  • Implement and configure Microsoft Entra Domain Services
  • Manage Windows Server 2019 in a Microsoft Entra Domain Services environment
  • Create and configure a Microsoft Entra Domain Services instance
  • Join a Windows Server VM to a managed domain

Module 6: Deploy and Manage Azure IaaS Active Directory Domain Controllers in Azure

  • Introduction
  • Select an option to implement directory and identity services using Active Directory Domain Services in Azure
  • Deploy and configure Active Directory Domain Services domain controllers in Azure VMs
  • Install a replica Active Directory domain controller in an Azure VM
  • Install a new Active Directory forest on an Azure VNet

Module 6: Perform Windows Server Secure Administration

  • Introduction
  • Define least privilege administration
  • Implement delegated privileges
  • Use privileged access workstations
  • Use jump servers

Module 7: Describe Windows Server Administration Tools

  • Introduction
  • Explore Windows Admin Center
  • Use Server Manager
  • List Remote Server Administration Tools
  • Use Windows PowerShell
  • Use Windows PowerShell to remotely administer a server

Module 7: Perform Post-Installation Configuration of Windows Server

  • Introduction
  • List the available post-installation configuration tools
  • Configure Server Core using Sconfig
  • Use DSC to configure Windows Server
  • Perform post-installation configuration with Windows Admin Center
  • Configure a server with answer files

Module 8: Just Enough Administration in Windows Server

  • Introduction
  • Explain the concept of Just Enough Administration (JEA)
  • Define role capabilities for a JEA endpoint
  • Create a session configuration file to register a JEA endpoint
  • Describe how JEA endpoints work to limit access to a PowerShell session
  • Create and connect to a JEA endpoint
  • Demonstration: Connect to a JEA endpoint

Module 9: Administer and Manage Windows Server IaaS Virtual Machine Remotely

  • Introduction
  • Select the appropriate remote administration tool
  • Manage Windows Virtual Machines with Azure Bastion
  • Create an Azure Bastion host
  • Configure just-in-time administration

Module 10: Manage Hybrid Workloads with Azure Arc

  • Introduction
  • Describe Azure Arc
  • Onboard Windows Server instances
  • Connect hybrid machines to Azure from the Azure portal
  • Use Azure Arc to manage Windows Server instances
  • Restrict access with RBAC

Module 11: Configure and Manage Hyper-V

  • Introduction
  • Define Hyper-V
  • Define Hyper-V Manager
  • Configure Hyper-V hosts using best practices
  • Configure Hyper-V networking
  • Assess advanced Hyper-V networking features
  • Define nested virtualization

Module 12: Configure and Manage Hyper-V virtual Machines

  • Introduction
  • List the virtual machine configuration versions
  • List the virtual machine generation versions
  • List available VHD formats and types
  • Create and configure VMs
  • Determine storage options for VMs
  • Define shared VHDs and VHD Sets
  • Implement guest clusters using shared VHDX

Module 13: Secure Hyper-V Workloads

  • Introduction
  • Define guarded fabric
  • Define the Host Guardian Service
  • Explore TPM-trusted attestation
  • Define KPS
  • Determine key features of shielded VMs
  • Compare encryption-supported and shielded VMs in a guarded fabric
  • Implement a shielded VM

Module 14: Run Containers on Windows Server

  • Introduction
  • Define containers
  • List the differences between containers and VMs
  • Define Windows Server and Hyper-V containers and isolation modes
  • Explore Docker
  • Prepare a Windows Server 2019 host for container deployment
  • Security, Storage, and Networking with Windows containers

Module 15: Orchestrate Containers on Windows Server Using Kubernetes

  • Introduction
  • Define orchestration
  • Define Kubernetes
  • Deploy Kubernetes resources
  • Create a Kubernetes cluster on Windows
  • Define Azure Arc
  • Connect an Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes cluster to Azure Arc

Module 16: Plan and Deploy Windows Server IaaS Virtual Machines

  • Introduction
  • Describe Azure compute
  • Describe Virtual Machine storage
  • Deploy Azure Virtual Machines
  • Create a windows Virtual Machine using the portal
  • Create a windows Virtual Machine using Azure CLI
  • Deploy Azure Virtual Machines using templates
  • Describe additional management optimization options

Module 17: Customize Windows Server IaaS Virtual Machine Images

  • Introduction
  • Create a generalized image
  • Create a new Virtual Machine from a managed image
  • Create a managed image of a generalized virtual machine in Azure
  • Create a Virtual Machine from a managed image
  • Implement Azure Image Builder
  • Create a windows Virtual Machine using Azure Image Builder template
  • Create a Windows Virtual Machine with Azure Image Builder using PowerShell

Module 18: Automate the Configuration of Windows Server IaaS Virtual Machines

  • Introduction
  • Describe Azure Automation
  • Implement Azure Automation with DSC
  • Remediate noncompliant servers
  • Describe Custom Script Extensions
  • Configure a Virtual Machine by using DSC

Module 19: Deploy and Manage DHCP

  • Introduction
  • Use DHCP to simplify IP configuration
  • Install and configure the DHCP role
  • Configure DHCP options
  • Configure DHCP scopes
  • Select DHCP high availability options
  • Implement DHCP Failover

Module 20: Implement Windows Server DNS

  • Introduction
  • Explore the DNS architecture
  • Work with DNS zones and records
  • Install and configure the DNS role
  • Implement DNS forwarding

Module 21: Implement IP Address Management

  • Introduction
  • Define IP Address Management
  • Deploy IP Address Management
  • Administer IP Address Management
  • Configure IP Address Management options
  • Manage DNS zones with IP Address Management
  • Manage DHCP servers with IP Address Management
  • Use IP Address Management to manage IP addressing

Module 22: Implement Remote Access

  • Introduction
  • Examine the remote access options in Windows Server
  • Select and set up VPNs
  • Use NPS to create and enforce network access policies
  • Plan and implement NPS
  • Deploy a PKI for remote access
  • Use WAP as a reverse web proxy

Module 23: Implement Hybrid Network Infrastructure

  • Introduction
  • Describe Azure network topologies
  • Implement Azure VPN options
  • Create a route-based VPN gateway using the Azure portal
  • Implement Azure ExpressRoute
  • Configure Azure Virtual WAN
  • Implement DNS in hybrid environments

Module 24: Implement DNS for Windows Server IaaS VMs

  • Introduction
  • Understand Azure DNS
  • Implement Azure DNS
  • Create an Azure DNS zone and record using the Azure portal
  • Implement DNS with Azure IaaS virtual machines
  • Implement split-horizon DNS in Azure

Module 25: Implement Windows Server IaaS VM IP Addressing and Routing

  • Introduction
  • Implement a virtual network
  • Implement IaaS VM IP addressing
  • Assign and manage IP addresses
  • Configure a private IP address for a virtual machine using the Azure portal
  • Create a virtual machine with a static public IP address using the Azure portal
  • Implement IaaS virtual machine IP routing
  • Implement IPv6 for Windows Server IaaS virtual machines

Module 26: Manage Windows Server file Servers

  • Introduction
  • Define the Windows Server file system
  • List the benefits and uses of File Server Resource Manager
  • Define SMB and its security considerations
  • Configure SMB protocol
  • Define Volume Shadow Copy Service

Module 27: Implement Storage Spaces and Storage Spaces Direct

  • Introduction
  • Define the Storage Spaces architecture and its components
  • List the functionalities, benefits, and use cases of Storage Spaces
  • Implement Storage Spaces
  • List the functionalities, components, benefits, and use cases of Storage Spaces Direct
  • Implement Storage Spaces Direct

Module 28: Implement Windows Server Data Deduplication

  • Introduction
  • Define the architecture, components, and functionality of Data Deduplication
  • Define the use cases and interoperability of Data Deduplication
  • Implement Data Deduplication
  • Manage and maintain Data Deduplication

Module 29: Implement Windows Server iSCSI

  • Introduction
  • List the functionalities, components, and use cases of iSCSI
  • List the considerations for implementing iSCSI
  • Implement iSCSI
  • Configure high availability for iSCSI

Module 30: Implement Windows Server Storage Replica

  • Introduction
  • List the functionalities and components of Storage Replica
  • Examine the prerequisites for implementing Storage Replica
  • Implement Storage Replica by using Windows Admin Center
  • Implement Storage Replica by using Windows PowerShell

Module 31: Implement a Hybrid File Server Infrastructure

  • Introduction
  • Describe Azure File services
  • Configure Azure Files
  • Configure connectivity to Azure Files
  • Describe Azure File Sync
  • Implement Azure File Sync
  • Deploy Azure File Sync
  • Deploy Azure File Sync 2
  • Manage cloud tiering
  • Migrate from DFSR to Azure File Sync

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AZ-800T00 FAQs

What is the AZ-800T00 course?

The AZ-800T00 training course is an InfosecTrain training program focusing on administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure.

What topics does it cover in terms of administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure?

The AZ-800T00 training course covers core topics such as on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technology management, identity and access solutions, compute and networking configurations, storage implementation, and navigating the complexities of modern IT infrastructure, providing essential skills for IT Professionals.

Who is the target audience for the AZ-800T00 training program?
  • IT Professionals responsible for managing core Windows Server workloads
  • System Administrators seeking expertise in on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies
  • Professionals involved in identity, management, compute, networking, and storage tasks in a Windows Server hybrid environment
  • Those looking to enhance their skills in implementing and managing solutions for modern IT infrastructure
  • Individuals aiming to navigate the complexities of administering Windows Server environments with a focus on hybrid approaches
Are there any prerequisites or prior knowledge requirements for enrolling in AZ-800T00?
  • Fundamental knowledge of Windows Server operating system
  • Basic understanding of networking concepts and protocols
  • Familiarity with common IT infrastructure components
  • Experience in system administration and management tasks
  • Prior exposure to cloud technologies is beneficial but not mandatory
Is the AZ-800T00 course available for online learning, or is it only offered in a physical classroom setting?

AZ-800T00 course is available for online learning.

What specific skills and competencies can participants expect to develop through this course?

Participants will gain following skills:

  • Windows Server deployment and configuration
  • Hybrid networking and identity
  • Implementing Azure Active Directory
  • Azure AD Connect for identity synchronization
  • Azure virtual networks and VPNs
  • Azure Monitor and Update Management
  • Windows Admin Center for hybrid management
  • Security and compliance in hybrid environments
Is there a certification awarded upon successful completion of AZ-800T00, and is it recognized in the IT industry?

Yes, participants will get the certificate on course completion.

What is the duration of the AZ-800T00 training course?

The duration and schedule of the AZ-800T00 training course can vary. For specific details regarding course duration and schedule, it is recommended to inquire directly with InfosecTrain.

Does AZ-800T00 training include practical hands-on labs?

Yes, the AZ-800T00 training includes hands-on lab for practical exercises to reinforce theoretical knowledge and enhance practical skills.

Are there any certification exams associated with the AZ-800T00 training course?

Yes, there is a certification exam associated with AZ-800T00. Prepare with hands-on experience, official Microsoft documentation, and relevant online courses.

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