Configuring and Operating a Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack

Learn to deploy and configure the Microsoft Azure Stack

Course Code : 5020

Overview

This advanced-level, five-day course helps participants understand how to deploy, configure and operate the Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack. The course introduced participants to the Microsoft Azure Stack – its architecture, its components, how it is different from Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Azure Pack and the management of market place, software defined networking, etc. in the Microsoft Azure Stack, including monitoring, troubleshooting, licensing and billing.

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Course Delivery

This course is available in the following formats:

Live Classroom
Duration: 5 days

Live Virtual Classroom
Duration: 5 days

What You'll learn

  • The key features and functionality of Microsoft Azure Stack
  • The differences between Microsoft Azure Stack, Microsoft Azure and Windows Azure Pack
  • The architecture and components of Microsoft Azure Stack
  • How to deploying Microsoft Azure Stack
  • Windows Server Roles and Features used in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • How identity and authentication works in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • How Microsoft Azure Stack enables DevOps
  • How to create and manage Azure Resource Manager templates
  • How to create and manage Plans
  • How to create and manage Offers and Delegation
  • Manage the Marketplace in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • Software Defined Networking in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • Understand how storage is provisioned and managed in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • How to provision Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • Configuring Resource Providers in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • How to monitor and troubleshoot Microsoft Azure Stack
  • Understand how licensing and billing works in Microsoft Azure Stack

Outline

  • What is Azure Stack?
  • Comparing Azure Stack with Microsoft Azure
  • Comparing Azure Stack to Windows Azure Pack
  • Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016
  • Identity and Authentication
  • Lab : Reviewing the Azure Stack Infrastructure
  • Microsoft Azure Stack Architecture
  • Azure Stack Prerequisites
  • Installing Azure Stack
  • Lab : Confirming prerequisites and installing Microsoft Azure Stack
  • Working with Plans and Offers
  • Microsoft Azure Stack Marketplace
  • Enabling Multi-Tenancy in Azure Stack
  • Integrating Azure Stack with Windows Azure Pack
  • Lab : Managing Offers and Plans in Microsoft Azure Stack
    • Configuring Plans
    • Configuring Offers
    • Subscribing to an Offer
    • Delegating Offers
    • Creating a new Marketplace Item
  • Technologies used in Microsoft Azure Stack for DevOps
  • Azure Resource Manager Templates
  • Third-party Resource Providers
  • Lab : Debugging and Deploying ARM Templates
    • Using Windows PowerShell to obtain API versions
    • Debug an ARM Template with Visual Studio
    • Deploy a virtual machine using Azure CLI
  • Software Defined Networking improvements with Microsoft Azure Stack and Windows Server 2016
  • Azure Stack Storage
  • Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • Lab : Provisioning Storage and Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure Stack
    • Creating a Subscription and Resource Groups
    • Creating Storage Accounts
    • Creating a Virtual Network
    • Creating Virtual Machines
  • Understanding the Platform as a Service
  • SQL Server and MySQL Server Providers in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • App Service Resource Provider
  • Azure Key Vault
  • Azure Functions
  • Lab : Configuring Platform as a Service in Azure Stack
    • Adding hosting servers
    • Configuring a Plan and Offer
    • Creating SQL Server databases
    • Configuring a Plan and Offer for App Service
  • Field Replaceable Unit
  • Azure Stack Control Plane Monitoring
  • Patching the Azure Stack Infrastructure
  • Monitoring Guest Workloads in Microsoft Azure Stack
  • Troubleshooting Azure Stack
  • Protecting Azure Stack and Tenant Workloads
  • Lab : Troubleshooting and Monitoring Microsoft Azure Stack and Guest Operating Systems
    • Monitoring Azure Stack
    • Monitoring Guest Operating Systems
    • Troubleshooting Azure Stack using the Audit Logs and Alerts
  • How to license and pay for Azure Stack
  • Azure consistent usage API
  • Business costs and models with Azure Stack
  • Lab: Obtaining usage information
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Prerequisites

Participants need to have working knowledge of Windows Server 2016, SQL Server 2014 and Microsoft Azure.

Who Should Attend

The course is highly recommended for –

  • Service administrators
  • DevOps architects
  • Cloud architects
  • Software architects
  • System administrators

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