Azure Administration Professional Training


Most of the companies are using the cloud for a better experience and effective feedback. The cloud has grown exponentially and is bringing in greater and greater opportunities for cloud experts too. Thinking about the demands, Max Online Training has been providing the Azure administrator training in India, USA & UK.

This would be helping the enterprise to get vital resources. We are having experienced and real-time industry working faculties who will help you to learn each factor in detail. You can enhance your Azure skills and be a professional with the azure administrator training.

The azure administrator certification course from Max Online Training will provide you with an expert certificate that can help you get the jobs later on. Besides we will additionally help in getting a better placement after you successfully complete the course from us.

There are many modules of the azure administrator certification course. You want to look for the azure administrator online corporate training to get the best for the working professionals.

Things you will be mastering in the azure administrator certification training:

  • Introduction to azure administrator
  • Basics of the azure
  • Resource manager
  • Azure machine learning basic and advanced learning
  • Azure DevOps

Microsoft Azure is fast growing and is additionally gaining a lot of popularity. It includes new features almost often. So to be updated with the changes and the latest technologies, learning up the azure administrator certification course will be quite helpful.


If you are interested in taking up the azure administrator certification training, then you should have good knowledge of the Powershell, Command-line interface, Azure portals, ARM templates, and OS virtualization so that it is easier to grab the azure concepts.

The Azure administrator is a lot more specific for its implementation, management, and monitoring of a number of tasks like identity, governance, storage, computing, and virtual networks in a cloud environment.

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Azure Virtual Machines are on-demand computing resources or virtual machines offering of Microsoft Azure. We can typically use a VM as a service when required and shut down the system when not in use. The Azure Virtual Machines are listed under Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) category in Azure. With Azure Virtual Machines we get more control over the environment to customize the development environment or hosting.

You will go to specific VMs and perform the below steps.

  • First, take approval from the Application Owner for downtime because it will automatically reboot the VM.
  • Go to each VM and Click on the Size
  • Select the VM instance Size of 8 core 32 GB Ram VMs.
  • Once you will select the specific Size, it will automatically start upgrading the instance.
  • After that, you need to verify all the setting of the VMs and handover to application Owner if activity completed successfully.

In that case, you need to create the NSG and associate your VMs if there is no NSG. Now, block the port 80/443 and allow only specific ports of azure which will fix the issue.

  • Click on the VMs
  • Click on the networking tab
  • Click on the NSG
  • Then create the Outbound deny rule for the internet.

It’s not possible to enable the NSG in Vents but certainly, you can associate with Subnets which will help you to reduce the manageability of your NSG.

No. It’s not possible to enable the AV set in running systems there is a limitation to it, if you want to enable the same then you need to recreate the VMs and Add the Availability set to it.

NSG is nothing but its services will help you to allow or deny the specific port to communicate to your services within subscription or outside of the subscription. It’ has inbound and outbound rules.

Inbound Rule: It defines the traffic coming from the internet to VMs or specific services or VMs.

Outboard Rules: It defines the traffic going to the internet from your VMs or specific services or VMs.

You need to follow steps to create the NSG and Associate to VMs.

  • In All Services Search the NSG.
  • Provide the Name, Location and Resource Group
  • Click on the NSG and create the NSG.

Yes, you need to set up the interconnectivity while creation the V-net (Virtual Network) to V-net (Virtual Network) connection between both the regions.

In that case, Activity logs will help, as any activity happens in VMs through the portal, you will get a log alerts store in the activity logs, so you will go to activity logs and found that who has rebooted the VM and can share with clients after manager approval.

Premium Storage Accounts are backed by SSD Disk which provided the resilience and better performance where standard Storage Accounts are backed by HDD (magnetic Disk) and Provides the maximum IOPS up to 500.

You should use the below command lets to tag the resources.
Set-AzureRmResourceGroup -Name "" -Tag @{Department="IT"}

Managed Disk: In Managed disk storage accounts creation/Management done on the backend. It will help you on the scalability of storage accounts and backed by Standard/premium Tires.

Unmanaged Disk: Unmanaged disk are the disk which you will create the storage accounts. Create the disk and Managed by you and you need to make sure you can’t exceed the Storage limit up 20K IOPS while adding many disks which may throttled the VMs performance.

In that case, you can separate the environments while creating the different subnets for Prod, Dev, Test environments and apply the NSG on each subnet with specific deny rule which will not allow connecting to those environments.

Azure Site to Site VPN will help you to connect to On-Premises Network to Azure Virtual Network Over an IPsec/IKE (IKEV1/IKEV2) VPN tunnel. Basically, this connection required a VPN device which public facing IP Address assigned to it.

You can use the below tools to configure the Azure Vnets.

  • Azure portal
  • PowerShell
  • Azure CLI

Basically, it’s not supported by Microsoft and when you create the VPN gateway at that time dynamic IP address will automatically configure and that will change only when you will delete or recreate the VPN gateway.

Basically, the customer can’t change them or update their routing method directly as that is not supported by MS Azure. He must create the New connection use the method to route based on the new connection.

  • First, you need to delete the Route based connection
  • Delete the Gateway
  • Then you will recreate the connection using Azure Portal, CLI or PowerShell.

It supports the HTTP, HTTPS, HTTP/2, and WebSocket

Azure Backup is a cloud-based solution which will help you to take the backup of the Azure VM, PaaS SQLDB, file service, web apps etc.

  • It provides a hybrid solution to take the backup.
  • Storage will be managed automatically using Azure storage accounts and it doesn’t require any local storage like on-premises.
  • You can transfer the unlimited data and this data stored in encrypted format in Azure storage accounts.

Azure AD is cloud-based identity and access management services which will help to access the Azure resources like Azure subscription, Other Application. You can integrate Azure AD to O365, SharePoint Online, etc.

Part of requirements for: Azure Administrator :

  • What is Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Characteristics
  • Cloud Computing Service Models
  • Deployment Models in Cloud Computing
  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Computing
  • Cloud Computing Job Roles.
  • Cloud Computing Platforms and Certifications.
  • Introduction to Azure
  • Why, What and Benefits of Azure
  • Azure Hosting Models
  • Azure Services
  • Subscribing to Microsoft Azure
  • Azure Portals
  • Azure Key Concepts
  • Azure Resource Group
  • Installing Microsoft Azure SDK
  • Overview of Azure Networking
  • Virtual Network Benefits
  • Understanding Network Resources
  • Implement and manage virtual networking
    • Create a VNet using Azure Portal
    • Create a Subnet
    • Configure private and public IP addresses
    • Create Network Interface Card with public, and private IP addresses
    • Create a Virtual Machine
  • Setup Network Security Group
    • Create security rules
    • Associate NSG to a subnet or network interface
    • Identify required ports
    • o Evaluate effective security rules
  • Understanding Azure DNS
    • Configure Azure DNS
    • Public and Private DNS Zones
  • Create connectivity between virtual networks
    • Create and configure VNET peering
    • Create and configure VNET to VNET
    • Verify virtual network connectivity
  • Installing the required modules
  • Login to Azure Portal
  • Managing Resource Group and Resources
  • Azure CLI Introduction and Setup
  • Creating Resources
  • Listing and Formatting output
  • Connect a Web App to SQL Database
  • Deleting Resources
  • Interactive Mode
  • Importance of Azure Storage Service
  • Configure network access to the storage account
  • Creating Storage Account
  • Install and use Azure Storage Explorer
  • Manage access keys
  • Implement Storage Replication Models
    • Locally Redundant Storage
    • Zone Redundant Storage
    • Geo Redundant Storage
    • Read Access Geo Redundant Storage
  • Implement Azure storage blobs
    • Read data, change data, set metadata on a container, store data using block and page blobs,
    • stream data using blobs, access blobs securely, implement async blob copy, configure a Content
    • Delivery Network (CDN), design blob hierarchies, configure custom domains, scale blob storage
  • Configure Azure Files
    • Create Azure file share
    • Create Azure File Sync service
    • Create Azure sync group
    • Troubleshoot Azure File Sync
  • Manage Access
    • Create and manage shared access signatures, use stored access policies, regenerate keys.
    • Configure and use Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
  • Azure Table Storage
  • Azure Queue Storage
  • Monitor activity log by using Log Analytics
  • About Virtual Machine Workloads
  • Create and configure VM
    • Create a Virtual Machine using Portal
    • Create a Virtual Machine using PowerShell
    • Understand and Capture VM Images
    • Upload an on-premise VHD to Storage Account
    • Deploy a New VM from the Captured Image
    • Configure high availability
    • Virtual Machine Scale Sets
  • Automate deployment of VMs
    • Modify ARM Templates
    • Configure Location of new VMs
    • Configure VHD template
    • Save and Deploy from template
  • Manage Azure VM
    • Virtual Machine Sizes
    • Virtual Machine Disks
    • Redeploy VMs
  • Perform configuration management
    • VM Extensions & VM Agents
    • Custom Script Extensions
    • Desired State Configuration (DSC)
  • Monitoring, Debugging and Diagnosis
    • Retrieve Diagnostics data
    • View Streaming Logs
    • Configure endpoint monitoring
    • Configuring Alerts
    • Configure diagnostics
    • Use remote debugging
    • Monitor Web App resources
    • Azure Application Insights
  • Configure serverless computing
    • Create and manage objects;
    • Manage a Logic App resource;
    • Manage Azure Function app settings
    • Manage Event Grid
    • Manage Service Bus
  • 3 Hours Evaluation
  • Use Azure policies for resource groups
  • Configure resource locks
  • Configure resource policies
  • Implement and set tagging on resource groups
  • Move resources across resource groups
  • Remove resource groups
  • Assign administrator permissions
  • Configure cost center quotas and tagging
  • Configure Azure subscription policies at Azure subscription level
  • Configure diagnostic settings on resources
  • Create baseline for resources
  • Create and test alerts.
  • Analyze alerts across subscription
  • Analyze metrics across subscription
  • Create action groups
  • Monitor for unused resources
  • Monitor spend; report on spend;
  • Utilize Log Search query functions
  • View alerts in Log Analytics
  • Configure VM backup
  • Perform backup operation
  • Create Recovery Services Vault
  • Create and configure backup policy
  • Perform a restore operation
  • Configure and review backup reports
  • Manage Azure Active Directory (AD)
    • Azure AD Introduction
    • Adding a custom domain name to Azure AD
    • Multiple Active Directories
    • Configure Azure AD Identity Protection
    • Azure AD Join, and Enterprise State Roaming
    • Configure self-service password reset
    • Implement conditional access policies
    • Perform an access review
  • Manage Azure AD Objects
    • Managing Users, Groups and Devices
    • Manage user and group properties
    • Manage device settings
    • Perform bulk user updates
  • Implement and manage hybrid identities
    • Synchronizing On-Premise AD Identities with Azure AD Connect
    • Using Single Sign-On with Azure AD
    • Manage Azure AD Connect
    • Manage Password Sync and Writeback
  • Integrating Gallery Applications with Azure AD
  • Introduction
  • App Service - Application Types
  • Deploy Web Apps
    • Deploying Web App directly from Visual Studio
    • Automate deployment from Dropbox and One Drive
    • Create, configure and deploy packages
    • Implement pre- and post-deployment actions;
  • App Service plans;
    • Create App Service Plan
    • Migrate Web Apps between App Service plans;
    • Create a Web App within an App Service plan
  • Configuring Web Apps
    • Application Settings Configuration,
    • Database Connection Strings,
    • Configuring Handlers and Virtual Directories,
  • Manage App Services
    • Configure a custom domain name
    • Enable SSL for your custom domain
    • Understanding Deployment Slots and Rollback deployments;
    • App Service Protection
    • Manage Roles for an App service
  • Configure Web Apps for scale and resilience
    • Horizontal and Vertical Scaling of a Web App
    • Configure auto-scale
    • Change the size of an instance
  • Monitoring, Debugging and Diagnosis
    • Retrieve Diagnostics data
    • View Streaming Logs
    • Configure endpoint monitoring
    • Configuring Alerts
    • Configure diagnostics
    • Use remote debugging
    • Monitor Web App resources
  • Azure Traffic Manager to Scale out Globally
  • Manage Azure Logic App resource
  • Manage Azure Functions App Settings
  • Manage Event Grid
  • Manage Service Bus
  • Implement Multi-Factor Authentication
    • Enable MFA for an Azure AD tenant
    • Configure user accounts for MFA
    • Configure fraud alerts
    • Configure bypass options
    • Configure trusted IPs
    • Configure verification methods
  • Configuring Role Based Access Control
    • Create a custom role
    • Configure access to Azure resources by assigning roles
    • Configure management access to Azure
    • Troubleshoot RBAC
    • Implement RBAC policies
    • Assign RBAC roles
  • Implement Azure Active Director (AD) Privileged Identity Management (PIM)
    • Activate a PIM role
    • Configure just-in-time access, permanent access, PIM management access, and time-bound access
    • Create a Delegated Approver account
    • Enable PIM
    • Process pending approval requests
  • Managing Azure Active Directory
    • Overview of Cloud Migration
    • Azure Migrate: The Process
  • Azure Site Recovery
    • Overview of ASR
    • Preparing the Infrastructure
    • Completing the Migration Process
  • Additional Migration Scenarios
    • VMWare Migration
    • System Center VMM Migration
  • Introduction
  • Azure Automation Account
  • New Automation Runbook
  • PowerShell Runbook
  • Graphical Runbook
  • Runbook Input Parameters
  • Azure Automation DSC