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Microsoft Azure Administrator Corporate Training (AZ-104)

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Azure Administrator Training Course

This Azure Administrator training course teaches IT (Information Technology) Professionals how to manage their Azure subscriptions, secure identities, administer the infrastructure, configure virtual networking, connect Azure and on-premises sites, manage network traffic, implement storage solutions, create, and scale virtual machines, implement web apps and containers, back up and share data, and monitor your solution.

Important AZ-104 Course and Certification Information

This Microsoft Azure Administrator (AZ-104) Course will prepare you to:

  • Learn how to manage Azure Active Directory identities.
  • Administer subscriptions and Azure resources with Azure Portal, ARM (Azure Resource Manager) Templates, Azure PowerShell, and Azure CLI (Command Line Interface).
  • Follow a curriculum based on Microsoft Official Courseware.
  • Implement virtual networking, intersite connectivity, traffic management, data protection, and more.
  • Continue learning and face new challenges with after-course one-on-one instructor coaching.

Microsoft Azure Administrator Training Prerequisites


Should have Work Experience in Desktop Administrator / Server Administration


Good Knowledge of Windows Server Services / Linux Server Services


Networking Fundamentals, including TCP/IP -Client /Server Architect Concept.


Windows Server Services including Group Policies, DNS, DHCP, RIS, and Backup.


Deploying, configuring, and troubleshooting Windows- Based computers


Good Knowledge of VMWare / Hyper V ( Virtualization ) Technology


Concepts of Disaster Recovery, High Availability, Managed Services, Datacenter


IP schemes & Classes, Subnets, Routing Tables, VPN, LAN, Firewalls, NAT, Gateways

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Azure Curriculum

  • Cloud technology overview.
  • Overview of Azure.
  • Why to choose Microsoft Azure.
  • Managing Azure with the Azure portal.
  • Managing Azure with Windows PowerShell.
  • Overview of Azure Resource Manager.
  • Features of Azure Resource Manager.
  • Understand about multiple management native tools.
  • Different Azure deployment models.


  • Preparing Azure subscription.
  • Understanding about Azure portal & respective services.
  • Preparing/installing Azure PowerShell or Azure Shell.
  • Access/connect/manage Azure subscription using Azure PowerShell.
  • Creating sample VM along with dependent resources & managing. (stop/start/deallocate/restart) that through PowerShell & Azure management portal.

  • Managing Azure Active Directory
  • Managing Azure Active Directory Objects
  • Implementing and Managing Hybrid Identities
  • Introduction to Identity Protection in Azure
  • Azure AD Connect
  • Azure AD Basic & Premium Editions


  • Creating & configuring Azure AD tenant
  • Using custom Domain at Azure AD
  • Registering custom domain at DNS registrar
  • Creating objects at Azure AD
  • Syncing objects from on-premises AD to Azure AD
  • Enable Multi-factor authentication at Azure AD objects
  • Enable Azure AD Premium
  • Configuring Conditional access at Azure AD
  • Publishing Applications at Azure AD

  • Overview of Different types Azure Storage
  • Storage Service concept
  • Securing and Managing Storage
  • Storing and Accessing Data
  • How to choose proper storage types
  • Monitoring Storage
  • Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN).
  • Azure Backup/Recovery Services


  • Creating different type of Storages
  • Creating & managing Blob storage/Containers
  • Crating & managing File storage& accessing from multiple sources
  • Using Storage Explorer to managing Azure storages
  • Using access key/ SAS key to access storages
  • Implementing Azure Backup solution to take backup/restore of onpremises workloads
  • Implementing Azure Backup for IaaS VM backup/restore

  • Overview of Azure Machines
  • Creating Virtual Machines.
  • Deploying Virtual Machine Images.
  • Configuring Virtual Machines.
  • Choosing type of VM’s as per business needs.
  • Configuring Availability and Extensibility.
  • Managing and Monitoring Virtual Machines.


  • Creating Azure Virtual machines using Azure Portal
  • Creating Azure Virtual Machines using Azure Power Shell.
  • Creating Azure Virtual Machines using Azure Resource Manager (ARM) template.
  • Creating Azure Virtual Machines with HA (High Availability) Set.
  • Accessing Azure Virtual Machines using RDP/SSH.
  • Managing Azure Virtual Machines using PowerShell.
  • Accessing Azure Virtual Machines using Azure DNS/Public IP.
  • Configuring Network Security Groups (NSGs).

  • Azure Virtual Networks/Subnets
  • Azure DNS Vs BYO DNS
  • Securing Virtual Network Resources
  • Connecting Virtual Networks
  • Azure VPN (Virtual Private Network)
  • What & Why Site to Site VPN
  • What & Why Point to Site VPN
  • What & VNET to VNET connectivity
  • What & Why VNET peering
  • What & Why Azure ExpressRoute
  • Azure Load balancer
  • Network Monitoring tools


  • Creating Azure Virtual Network/Address Space/Subnets.
  • Creating VPN Gateway.
  • Configuring Point to Site VPN.
  • Configuring Site to Site VPN.
  • Configuring VNET to VNET connection.
  • Configuring VNET peering.
  • Creating & configuring Azure Load Balancer.

  • Introduction about Azure Migrate
  • Introduction about Azure Site Recovery
  • Understand about Pre-Migration phases
  • Test failover Vs Planned failover
  • Different components & use of Azure site recovery
  • Capacity planning about Azure Site recovery


  • Planning for servers/workloads to migration
  • Deploying Azure site recovery
  • Configuring all components of Azure site recovery
  • Selecting source servers for migration
  • Configuring target environment at Azure to migrate
  • Migrating/replication workloads at Azure
  • Test failover & planned failover
  • Access VM after successful migration

  • Introducing the Azure App Service Platform
  • Managing and Securing Web App
  • Scaling and Performance
  • Serverless Computing Solutions
  • Understand about app service plan
  • Multiple deployment options for Azure web app
  • Web app Slots
  • Azure Traffic Manager (DNS based Global Load Balancer)
  • Feature & benefit of multiple types of LB mechanism at Azure Traffic Manager


  • Configuring Azure web app
  • Creating app service plan
  • Configuring web app slots (staging/production/dev)
  • Configuring multiple app endpoint
  • Configuring Azure Traffic manager
  • Access/connect application through Traffic manager endpoint
  • Configuring auto scaling for Azure web app
  • Testing application availability by stopping one or more web app endpoint
  • Test failover & planned failover
  • Access VM after successful migration

  • Managing Azure Subscriptions.
  • Access Management for Cloud Resources.
  • Monitoring and Diagnostics about Azure Resources.
  • Pricing & Billing.
  • Azure Roles & access considerations.
  • Built-in roles Vs custom/default roles.


  • Grant/deny access on Azure subscription.
  • Grant/deny access at Azure Resources/Resource groups.
  • Resource locking.
  • Pricing & Billing concept.
  • Usage & quota.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Successful Azure Administrators start this role with experience in virtualization, networking, identity, and storage.

  • Understand on-premises virtualization technologies, including VMs (Virtual Machines), virtual networking, and virtual hard disks.
  • Understand network configurations, including TCP/IP, DNS, VPNs, firewalls, and encryption technologies.
  • Understand Active Directory concepts, including users, groups, and role-based access control.
  • Understand resilience and disaster recovery, including backup and restore operations.

The skills listed below are mandatory in order to become a Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator:

  • Manage identities and governance in Azure
  • Implement and monitor storage
  • Deploy and monitor compute resources of Azure
  • Configure and monitor virtual networking
  • Manage and backup Azure resources

It takes months of Azure online training and over 6-months of practical experience in administering Azure, along with an in-depth knowledge of Azure workloads, services, governance, and security, to prepare for the Azure Admin certification exam and become a Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator Associate. Moreover, this certification exam will also validate your skills with respect to implementing, and managing identity in the cloud environment.

Following are the various roles and responsibilities of a Cloud Administrator in an organization:

  • Choose the best suitable cloud technologies and providers
  • Configure and support cloud systems
  • Set up private clouds
  • Manage permissions, patches, and service deployments
  • Build policies for cloud systems
  • Manage cloud resources and network performance

This Azure Administrator Associate training course makes learners acquire skills in administration, managing subscriptions, securing storage, securing & managing identities, deploying Virtual Machines, implementing Azure Load Balancer, migrating servers to Azure, integrating on-premise networks with Azure virtual network and managing application services among other aspects through implementing projects in real-world scenarios.

If you wish to become a Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator Associate, you must enroll in our Microsoft Azure course, acquire the required skills in the various tools and technologies, gain hands-on experience through real-time assignments, and projects, etc.

The Microsoft Azure training will help you do that and give the opportunity to work with industry-based projects to give you practical experience. With the help of this course and our course instructors, you will become capable of clearing the exam and becoming a Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator Associate in a well-known organization.