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Microsoft Certified Azure Architect Design (AZ-304) Training Course

Course Description

This Microsoft Azure certification training establishes you as an expert Azure Solutions Architect and helps you ace the AZ-304 exam(Earlier AZ-301 exam). You will learn how to determine workload requirements, design for identity and security, architect data platform, create continuity, migration, and API integration.

Course Overview

This Azure training course covers the more advanced activities on the Azure platform, such as managing Azure resources, configuring and deploying virtual machines and networks, mastering Azure AD, and securing data. You will also learn how to identify data storage options, integrate SaaS service on Azure, author deployments, and more.

Key Features

  • 100% Money Back Guarantee
  • Practice lab and projects with integrated Azure labs
  • Access to Microsoft official content aligned to examination
  • 24/7 support with dedicated mentoring sessions
  • Flexibility to choose dates

Course Curriculum


This Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect training course is ideal for IT professionals, cloud solution architects, experienced Azure administrators and developers, and DevOps professionals.


This Azure AZ-304 training can only be taken up by people who have prior hands-on experience in various IT operations including networking, virtualization, security, compute, storage, billing and budgeting, and governance.

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Course Syllabus

Course Content

Section 01: Self Paced Learning Curriculum
Lesson 01: Course Introduction05:27
01 Course Welcome01:58
02 Introduction03:29
Lesson 02: Information Gathering01:07:51
01 Gather information and requirements02:01
02 Demo Azure Cost Calculator04:00
03 Optimize Consumption Strategy04:10
04 Optimize Compute Costs04:10
05 Optimize Compute Costs Reserve your VMs01:00
06 Optimize Identity Costs02:15
07 Optimize network costs04:57
08 Optimize Storage Costs07:44
09 Monitoring strategy Agenda00:58
10 Monitoring strategy02:57
11 Azure Compliance04:14
12 Azure Monitor Overview05:45
13 Azure Monitor Application Insights06:59
14 Azure Monitor Scenarios06:49
15 Organizing Resource04:21
16 Compliance Azure Policy05:31
Lesson 03: Identity security59:46
01 What is Identity and access Managment04:40
02 Access control04:45
03 What is Azure Active Directory09:47
04 Azure AD BtoB04:35
05 Azure AD BtoC11:05
06 Azure Active Directory Domain Services09:03
07 Enterprise application Access control09:44
08 Self Service06:07
Lesson 04: Authentication and authorization01:01:41
01 Auth and Auth Intro00:37
02 Authentication Authorization and Protocols06:44
03 Azure AD AUthentication Optons08:50
04 Identity Delegation03:33
05 API Management and API Keys05:38
06 Single SIgn On05:33
07 Configuring SSO LAB08:55
08 Managed Identities06:09
09 Azure key vault04:29
10 MultiFactor Authentication05:32
11 Oauth and Open ID Lab05:41
Lesson 05: Design for risk prevention for identity32:49
01 Risk prevention for identity Agenda00:43
02 Identity Security and risk Management11:48
03 Azure AD identity protecton08:51
04 Conditional access03:39
05 Azure AD PIM03:36
06 Azure AD password protection02:09
07 Azure AD Licensing02:03
Lesson 06: Monitoring for Identity and Security13:31
01 Introduction00:16
02 Monitoring azure AD05:48
03 Monitoring in PIM and Azure ad identity protection04:00
04 Azure AD connect Health03:27
Lesson 07: Design a data management strategy01:04:21
01 Introduction15:09
02 Building Azure SQL Database13:08
03 Concepts of Buidling Azure SQL Database06:45
04 Cosmos DB13:40
05 SQL Dataware House08:14
06 Azure data lake storage07:25
Lesson 08: Data Flow31:02
01 Data Flow Introducton00:27
02 Azure data flow fundamentals06:59
03 Azure Data Factory14:41
04 Databricks08:55
Lesson 09: Design a Data protection Strategy47:07
01 Introduction00:37
02 Data protection fundamentals07:02
03 Azure SQL Data Protection13:19
04 Azure SQL Network Security12:55
05 Data protecton for Azure DW05:57
06 Data protection for Cosmos DB07:17
Lesson 10: Design for Data Monitoring Platform11:42
01 Introduction to Data platform Monitoring00:54
02 Monitoring Data Management Platforms10:48
Lesson 11: Azure site Recovery34:39
01 Introduction to Site Recovery00:56
02 Principles of Disaster Recovery11:52
03 Azure backups08:08
04 Azure Site recovery13:43
Lesson 12: Design for High Availability33:54
01 Introduction00:43
02 Concepts of High Availability08:06
03 HA for Connectivity12:26
04 High Availability for Azure Storage06:41
05 High Availabiltiy for Azure Data centers05:58
Lesson 13: Design Data Archives22:22
01 Introduction00:22
02 Archival Fundamentals08:30
03 Archiving with Azure Blob storage13:30
Lesson 14: Deployment46:18
01 Deployment Migration and Integration Introduction00:31
02 Deployment Strategies15:28
03 Azure Resource Manager Templates16:05
04 Azure automation14:14
Lesson 15: Migration24:12
01 Introduction01:01
02 Migration Fundamentals16:24
03 Azure import export service06:47
Lesson 16: Integration30:18
01 Introduction to integration00:55
02 Integration Fundamentals12:46
03 Integration through API Management07:30
04 Messaging04:38
05 Integration with Events Platform03:37
06 Azure Active Directory00:52
Lesson 17: Storage24:14
01 Storage Fundamentals12:24
02 Azure File Shares06:59
03 Store Simple04:51
Section 02: Live Virtual Class Curriculum
Lesson 01: Designing for Identity and Security
Managing Security and Identity for Azure Solutions
Integrating SaaS Services Available on the Azure Platform
Lesson 02: Designing a Data Platform Solution
Backing Azure Solutions with Azure Storage
Comparing Database Options in Azure
Monitoring and Automating Azure Solutions
Lesson 03: Designing for Deployment, Migration, and Integration
Deploying Resources with Azure Resource Manager
Creating Managed Server Applications in Azure
Authoring Serverless Applications in Azure
Lesson 04: Designing an Infrastructure Strategy
Application Architecture Patterns in Azure
Building Azure IaaS-Based Server Applications (ADSK)
Networking Azure Application Components
Integrating Azure Solution Components Using Messaging Services


You Will Get Certification After Completetion This Course.


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