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Microsoft Azure

Schedule
Week Day 1 Day 2
Week1 Introduction Azure basics
Subscription
Management
Compute basics
Network Basics
Week 2 Virtual Machines Application Gateway
Storage VPN Gateway
Virtual Network Cloud Services
Load Balancer Traffic Manager

Week 3 Virtual Machine Backup


Scalesets SiteRecovery
Express Route

Week 4 Azure DNS AWS


CDN
App Service
Sql Databases
Schedule
Week Day 1 Day 2
Week5 AWS GCP
Week 6 GCP Private - openstack
Cloud Computing
Type of Cloud
Private Cloud
operated solely for a single organization
managed internally or by a third-party, and hosted either internally or
externally
security issues
capital intensive
significant physical footprint, requiring allocations of space, hardware,
and environmental controls
assets have to be refreshed periodically, resulting in additional capital
expenditures
users "still have to buy, build, and manage them"
Hybrid Cloud
Cloud Computing Cloud Types
Public Cloud
services are rendered over a network that is open for public use
security consideration may be substantially different for services(App, Storage,
Network and Compute)
Hybrid Cloud
composition of two or more clouds (private, community or public) that remain distinct entities
but are bound together
combination of private, public and community cloud services, from different service providers
an organization may store sensitive client data in house on a private cloud application
ITorganizations use public cloud computing resources to meet temporary capacity needs
hybrid clouds to employ cloud bursting for scaling across clouds
Cloud bursting
data centers to create an in-house IT infrastructure that supports average workloads, and use
cloud resources from public or private clouds, during spikes in processing demands
Diagrammatic representation of
Cloud Types
Cloud Service Providers
Microsoft Azure
AWS (Amazon Web Services)
Open Stack
Rackspace
IBM Softlayer
Google Cloud
Oracle Cloud
Sales force cloud
Azure Basics
Azure Datacenter Regions
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/regions/
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/documentation/articles/best-practices-availability-paired-regions/
Azure Basics
Azure Pricing calculator (https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/pricing/calculator/ )
Ways to Access to Azure
Portal Classic and New/V2/RM
Powershell
CLI
Service Management API
Azure Billing models/Methods
Prepaid
Pay as you Go
MSDN Subscription
Resellers
Azure EA subscription
Subscription Hierarchy
Department
Account
Account Administrator
Subscription
Service Administrator
Co-Administrator
Compute
Virtual Machine
Classic VM
RM Machine
Cloud Services
Storage
Table
Queue
Blob
Page Blob
Block Blob
Network
Virtual Networks
Subnets
NSGs
Firewall
Network connectivity
Multi Site Connectivity
Site to Site Connectivity
Point to Site Connectivity
Azure Certifications
70-532 -> Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions
70-533 -> Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure
Solutions
70-534 -> Architecting Azure solutions
70-487 -> Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services
Next Week Topics
Virtual Machines
Cloud Services
Virtual Network
Load Balancer
Architecting Azure Solution
Considerations
Product availability in the specified region
Region
Get detailed current landscape or requirement
IOPs, Memory, CPU, data replication,
Naming Convention
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Virtual Machines Nov 5, 2016
Availability Set
Storage Account
Azure PaaS Offerings

Compute
Web Apps
Azure Container Service
Functions
Service Fabric
Batch
Cloud Services
Networking
Azure DNS
Azure CDN
Storage
Data Lake Store
Table, Quque and File
Bakcup
Site Recovery
Web + Mobile
App Service
Web Apps
Mobile Apps
API Apps
Logic Apps
CDN
Media Services
Search
Mobile Engagement
Notofication Hubs
Databases
SQL Database
SQL Datawarehouse
SQL Server Stretch Database
Document DB
Redis Cache
Data Factory
Intelligence + Analytics
HDInsight
Machine learning
Stream Analytics
Cognitive Services
Data Catalog
Data Lake Analytics
Data lake Store
Data Factory
Power BI Embedded
Analysis Service
Azure BOT service
Internet of Things
IoT Developer Center
Azure IoT Hub
Azure IoT Suite
Event Hubs
Stream Analytics
Machine Learning
Notification Hubs
Enterprise Integration
Logic Apps
Biztalk Services
Service Bus
API Management
SQL Server Stretch Database
Data Factory
Security + Identity
Security Center
Key Vault
Azure Active Directory
Azure Active Directory B2C
Active Directory Domain Services
Multi Factor Authentication
Security Information
Developer Tools
VSTS
Azure DevTest labs
Application Insights
API Management
Hockey APP
Monitoring + Management
Application Insights
Log Analytics
Automation
Backup
Site Recovery
Scheduler
Azure Monitor
Billing
Azure Advisor
Azure Resource Manager
Other Clouds
Microsoft Azure US Government
Microsoft Azure Stack
1. web apps 1. Site recovery 1. redis cache
2. azure container service 2. app service 2. logic apps
3. functions 3. web apps 3. biztalk services
4. service fabric 4. mobile apps 4. service bus
5. batch 5. api apps 5. api management
6. cloud services 6. logic apps 6. data factory
7. azure DNS 7. media services 7. scheduler
8. Azure CDN 8. search 8. azure monitor
9. Table Queue and File 9. mobile engagement 9. azure resource manager
10.Backup 10.notification hubs 10.automation
11.sql db 11.application insights
12.sql stretch db 12.log analytics
13.document db 13.key vault
1. web apps Pc 1. Site recovery 1. redis cache
2. azure 2. app service 1. Y 2. logic apps
container 3. web apps 2. Y 3. biztalk services
service 4. mobile apps 3. Y 4. service bus
3. functions 5. api apps 4. Y 5. api management
4. service 6. logic apps 6. data factory
fabric y 7. media services 5. Y 7. scheduler
5. batch 8. search 6. Y 8. azure monitor
6. cloud Y 9. mobile engagement 9. azure resource manager
services Y 10.notification hubs 7. Y 10.automation
7. azure DNS 11.sql db 8. y 11.application insights
8. Azure CDN 12.sql stretch db 12.log analytics
9. Table 13.document db 13.key vault
Queue and
File
10.Backup