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Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies and Design Complete Study Guide


Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies and Design Complete Study Guide

Exams AZ-303 and AZ-304
1. Aufl.

von: Benjamin Perkins, William Panek

51,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 21.12.2020
ISBN/EAN: 9781119559573
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 768

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<p><b>Become a proficient Microsoft Azure solutions architect</b></p> <p>Azure certifications are critical to the millions of IT professionals Microsoft has certified as MCSE and MCSA in Windows Server in the last 20 years. All of these professionals need to certify in key Azure exams to stay current and advance in their careers. Exams AZ-303 and AZ-304 are the key solutions architect exams that experienced Windows professionals will find most useful at the intermediate and advanced points of their careers.</p> <p><i>Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies and Design Complete Study Guide Exams AZ-303 and AZ-304</i> covers the two critical Microsoft Azure exams that intermediate and advanced Microsoft IT professionals will need to show proficiency as their organizations move to the Azure cloud.</p> <ul> <li>Understand Azure</li> <li>Set up your Microsoft Cloud network</li> <li>Solve real-world problems</li> <li>Get the confidence to pass the exam</li> </ul> <p>By learning all of these things plus using the Study Guide review questions and practice exams, the reader will be ready to take the exam and perform the job with confidence.</p>
<p>Introduction xxi</p> <p>Assessment Test xxxix</p> <p><b>Chapter 1 Gaining the Azure Solutions Architect Expert Certification 1</b></p> <p>The Journey to Certification 3</p> <p>A Strategy to Pass the Azure Exams 5</p> <p>Use Azure Daily 5</p> <p>Read Azure Articles, Keeping Yourself Current 6</p> <p>Recognize Azure Product Names, Features, and Functionalities 9</p> <p>Strive for a Deep Knowledge of a Few, Some Knowledge of Many, and a Basic Knowledge of All 10</p> <p>An Introduction to “Must-Know” Azure Features 12</p> <p>Azure Active Directory and Security 12</p> <p>Networking 13</p> <p>Azure Virtual Machines 15</p> <p>Azure App Service 16</p> <p>Azure Functions 18</p> <p>API Management 19</p> <p>Azure Monitor 20</p> <p>Azure SQL 22</p> <p>Azure Cosmos DB 24</p> <p>Azure Storage 25</p> <p>Service Bus 28</p> <p>Site Recovery 30</p> <p>Azure Bastion 32</p> <p>Summary 32</p> <p>Exam Essentials 33</p> <p>Key Terms 34</p> <p>Review Questions 35</p> <p><b>Chapter 2 Security and Identity 39</b></p> <p>Azure Active Directory 40</p> <p>Add a Custom Domain to Azure Active Directory 44</p> <p>AAD Connect 49</p> <p>Connect Health 51</p> <p>Directory Objects 52</p> <p>Single Sign-On 52</p> <p>B2B Collaboration 53</p> <p>Self-Service Password 54</p> <p>Application Proxy 54</p> <p>Service Level Agreement 56</p> <p>Identity Protection 57</p> <p>Conditional Access 59</p> <p>Multifactor Authentication 66</p> <p>Privileged Identity Management 74</p> <p>Managed Identities 75</p> <p>Azure AD Domain Services 76</p> <p>Role-Based Access Control 78</p> <p>How to Control Who or What Has Access 84</p> <p>How to Provide Permissions to Resources 85</p> <p>How Are the Permissions to Resources Controlled? 87</p> <p>Custom Roles 87</p> <p>Hardware and Network Security 92</p> <p>Microsoft Trust Center 93</p> <p>Security Center 93</p> <p>Azure Network Security 98</p> <p>Application Gateway/WAF 98</p> <p>Azure DDoS Protection 99</p> <p>Azure Confidential Computing 99</p> <p>Azure Security Products and Techniques 102</p> <p>Shared Access Signature 102</p> <p>Azure Key Vault 103</p> <p>Easy Auth 105</p> <p>Summary 106</p> <p>Exam Essentials 106</p> <p>Review Questions 108</p> <p><b>Chapter 3 Networking 111</b></p> <p>Microsoft’s Global Network 112</p> <p>Overview of Hybrid Networks 114</p> <p>Azure Virtual Network 115</p> <p>Azure Virtual Networking 117</p> <p>Regions 117</p> <p>Key Features and Capabilities 127</p> <p>Network Security 168</p> <p>Traffic Filtering with NSG, ASG, and NVA 169</p> <p>Application Gateway/WAF 174</p> <p>IP Restrictions 180</p> <p>Network Map and Topology 183</p> <p>Using Azure DNS 184</p> <p>Azure-Provided DNS 187</p> <p>Hybrid Azure Networking 190</p> <p>ExpressRoute 190</p> <p>Site-to-Site VPN Gateway 192</p> <p>Additional Azure Networking Products 201</p> <p>Application Gateway 202</p> <p>Hosting Multiple Websites 206</p> <p>Azure Load Balancer 211</p> <p>Azure Front Door 214</p> <p>Azure Content Delivery Network 215</p> <p>Traffic Manager 217</p> <p>Azure Relay/Hybrid Connection Manager 218</p> <p>Key Terms 220</p> <p>Summary 221</p> <p>Exam Essentials 222</p> <p>Review Questions 224</p> <p><b>Chapter 4 Compute 227</b></p> <p>An Overview of Compute (Hosting Model) 229</p> <p>Cloud Service Models 229</p> <p>How to Choose the Right Hosting Model 231</p> <p>Architectural Styles, Principles, and Patterns 234</p> <p>Azure Compute Best Practices 237</p> <p>Azure Container Instances 239</p> <p>OS Virtualization, Containers, and Images 241</p> <p>Container Groups and Multicontainers 243</p> <p>Azure Virtual Machines 256</p> <p>Creating Azure Virtual Machines 259</p> <p>Managing Azure Virtual Machines 271</p> <p>Azure App Services 298</p> <p>Web Apps 301</p> <p>Web App for Containers (Linux) 306</p> <p>App Service Environments 308</p> <p>Azure WebJobs 309</p> <p>Azure Batch and HPC 312</p> <p>Storage 316</p> <p>Marketplace 316</p> <p>Azure Functions 317</p> <p>Hosting Plans 319</p> <p>Triggers and Bindings 320</p> <p>Runtime Versions 326</p> <p>Supported Programming Languages 326</p> <p>Service Fabric 328</p> <p>Clusters and Nodes 330</p> <p>Architecture 331</p> <p>Best-Practice Scenarios 332</p> <p>Azure Integration 335</p> <p>Azure Kubernetes Service 336</p> <p>Kubernetes vs. AKS 336</p> <p>Clusters, Nodes, and Pods 338</p> <p>Development and Deployment 338</p> <p>Maintaining and Scaling 342</p> <p>Cloud Services 344</p> <p>Windows Virtual Desktop 345</p> <p>Summary 346</p> <p>Key Terms 347</p> <p>Exam Essentials 348</p> <p>Review Questions 350</p> <p><b>Chapter 5 Data and Storage 355</b></p> <p>RDBMS, OLTP, OLAP, and ETL 357</p> <p>Big Data/NoSQL 358</p> <p>Choosing the Right Data Storage Solution 359</p> <p>Document Databases 360</p> <p>Key/Value Pairs 361</p> <p>Graph Databases 362</p> <p>Object Storage 363</p> <p>Relational Database Management System 363</p> <p>Search Engine Databases 365</p> <p>Data Analytics/Data Warehouse 365</p> <p>Shared Files 373</p> <p>Azure Data Store 377</p> <p>Azure SQL Database 382</p> <p>Other Azure Data Stores 420</p> <p>Azure Storage 424</p> <p>Zone Replication 434</p> <p>Data Backup, Migration, and Retention 437</p> <p>Securing Azure Data 443</p> <p>Summary 451</p> <p>Exam Essentials 451</p> <p>Key Terms 452</p> <p>Review Questions 454</p> <p><b>Chapter 6 Hybrid, Compliance, and Messaging 457</b></p> <p>Hybrid Solutions 458</p> <p>Hybrid Security 459</p> <p>Hybrid Networking 460</p> <p>Hybrid Computing 462</p> <p>Hybrid Data Solutions 463</p> <p>Azure Cloud Compliance Techniques 463</p> <p>Compliance and Governance 464</p> <p>Security 472</p> <p>Resiliency and Reliability 474</p> <p>Privacy 475</p> <p>Security Center 478</p> <p>Microsoft Cloud App Security 483</p> <p>Azure Messaging Services 484</p> <p>Event vs. Messaging 485</p> <p>How to Choose the Right Messaging Service 485</p> <p>Messaging Patterns 487</p> <p>Event Hubs 492</p> <p>Service Bus 496</p> <p>Azure Storage Queue 498</p> <p>Event Grid 499</p> <p>Logic Apps 503</p> <p>Notification Hubs 505</p> <p>Summary 505</p> <p>Exam Essentials 506</p> <p>Key Terms 506</p> <p>Review Questions 508</p> <p><b>Chapter 7 Developing for the Cloud 511</b></p> <p>Architectural Styles, Principles, and Patterns 512</p> <p>Architectural Styles 513</p> <p>Design Principles 515</p> <p>Cloud Design Patterns 517</p> <p>An Introduction to Coding for the Cloud 523</p> <p>Triggering a Background Job 523</p> <p>Connecting to Regional/Global Database Instances 524</p> <p>Working with the Azure Queue Storage SDK 524</p> <p>Forms, Certificate, Windows, MFA, Open</p> <p>Standard, Managed Identities, and Service</p> <p>Principle Authentication 525</p> <p>Reading Encrypted Data from a Database 531</p> <p>IDEs and Source Code Repositories 533</p> <p>Implementing Security 534</p> <p>Summary 538</p> <p>Exam Essentials 539</p> <p>Key Terms 539</p> <p>Review Questions 540</p> <p><b>Chapter 8 Migrate and Deploy 543</b></p> <p>Migrating to Azure 544</p> <p>Azure Site Recovery 548</p> <p>Azure Migrate 549</p> <p>Migrating Azure Virtual Machines 551</p> <p>Database Migration 558</p> <p>Migrating Azure App Services 565</p> <p>Import/Export 566</p> <p>Moving Resources in Azure 567</p> <p>Moving Azure App Services 568</p> <p>Moving Azure Virtual Machines 569</p> <p>Deploying Application Code and Azure Resources 576</p> <p>Deploying with Visual Studio 578</p> <p>Deploying with ARM Templates 580</p> <p>Working with DevOps 594</p> <p>Learning Azure Automation 600</p> <p>Process Automation 604</p> <p>Configuration Management 605</p> <p>Update Management 606</p> <p>Other Automation Resources 607</p> <p>Summary 608</p> <p>Exam Essentials 608</p> <p>Key Terms 609</p> <p>Review Questions 610</p> <p><b>Chapter 9 Monitor and Recover 613</b></p> <p>Monitoring Azure Resources 615</p> <p>Azure Service Health 619</p> <p>Azure Monitor 621</p> <p>Azure Monitoring by Component 634</p> <p>Additional Monitoring Topics 648</p> <p>Recover Azure Resources 649</p> <p>What is BCDR? 650</p> <p>Azure Recovery Services 651</p> <p>Azure Recovery by Product Type 668</p> <p>Summary 677</p> <p>Exam Essentials 678</p> <p>Review Questions 679</p> <p><b>Appendix Answers to Review Questions 681</b></p> <p>Chapter 1: Gaining the Azure Solutions Architect Certification 682</p> <p>Chapter 2: Security and Identity 683</p> <p>Chapter 3: Networking 684</p> <p>Chapter 4: Compute 685</p> <p>Chapter 5: Data and Storage 687</p> <p>Chapter 6: Hybrid, Compliance, and Messaging 688</p> <p>Chapter 7: Developing for the Cloud 688</p> <p>Chapter 8: Migrate and Deploy 689</p> <p>Chapter 9: Monitor and Recover 690</p> <p>Index 693</p>
<p><b>Benjamin Perkins</b> is a Senior Support Escalation Engineer at Microsoft. He’s an expert C# programmer with a focus on modern cloud and web technologies. He has 15+ years of experience in designing, developing, deploying, administering, and managing enterprise IT solutions.</p> <p><b>William Panek, MCP, MCSE, MCSA, MCTS, MCITP, CCNA,</b> is a Five-Time Microsoft MVP Winner. He has taught at Boston University, Clark University, and the University of Maryland, and presently conducts live online classes for StormWind Studios www.stormwind.com
<p><b>Your Comprehensive Guide to Succeeding on the Microsoft Azure AZ-303 and AZ-304 Exams.</b></p> <p>The <i>Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies and Design Complete Study Guide</i> is the most powerful and effective one-stop resource for complete coverage of Exams AZ-303 and AZ-304. You’ll prepare for the exams faster and more fully with Sybex thanks to superior content that covers every part of both exams. <p>Beyond just passing the exam though, this book teaches what you need to know to be a successful Azure Cloud Architect on the job. You will work real examples to see Azure Security, Azure Networking, Azure Compute, Azure Data Stores and Storage, Azure Messaging Services, Azure Migration tools, Azure Monitoring tools and Azure Recovery tools. With all of that, you will have the knowledge and skills to design secure solutions on the Azure platform. <p><b>Coverage of 100% of all exam objectives in this Study Guide means you’ll be ready to:</b> <ul><li>Design and Implement Azure Security</li> <li>Configure and secure Azure Networking products</li> <li>Choose the best Azure Compute products based on project dependencies</li> <li>Learn about different Azure Storage and Azure Database requirements</li> <li>Configure and consume Azure Messaging Services commonly used for decoupling complex IT solutions</li> <li>Analyze existing on-premise topology then plan its migration to Azure</li> <li>Create and configure a monitoring solution using Azure Monitor</li> <li>Design business continuity practices and procedures using Azure Recovery tools</li></ul> <p>After reading the book, performing the exercises, working through the flashcards and taking the practice exams, your chances of passing the exams and earning the right to be called an Azure Cloud Architect will be greatly increased. <p><b>Interactive learning environment</b> <p>Take your exam prep to the next level with Sybex???s superior interactive online study tools. To access our learning environment, simply visit www.wiley.com/go/sybextestprep, register to receive your unique PIN, and instantly gain one year of FREE access to: <ul><li><b>Interactive test bank</b> with 200 Azure Architect Technologies and Design practice questions. Practice exams help you identify areas where further review is needed. Get more than 90% of the answers correct, and you???re ready to take the certification exam.</li> <li><b>100 electronic flashcards</b> to reinforce learning and last minute prep before the exam</li> <li><b>Comprehensive glossary</b> in PDF format gives you instant access to the key terms so you are fully prepared</li></ul>

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