Microsoft Azure Administrator Certification Training

Dean-Instritute's Microsoft Azure AZ-900 Administrator certification training will help you prepare for the Microsoft Azure Admin certification exam. In this live instructor-led training, you will be...

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Dean-Instritute's Microsoft Azure AZ-900 Administrator certification training will help you prepare for the Microsoft Azure Admin certification exam. In this live instructor-led training, you will be working on Azure services such as Storage, Virtual Machines, Cloud Services, Azure Active Directory, advanced Virtual Networking and Secure Identities through comprehensive hands-On. This Azure Administrator course will teach you how to manage services that relate to computing, storage and network security. AZ-104 training will help you improve your Azure Administrator skills and prepare for the Azure administrator exam.

Course Curriculum

Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about the administrative tools and components that make up an Azure subscription as well as the different available types of subscription. You will also learn about the various services provided by Azure. You will be introduced to Azure Resource Manager and how resources are organized into resource groups.


Introduction to Cloud Computing
Overview of Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Azure Services
Azure Subscriptions
Management Groups
Azure Resource Manager
Azure Portal and PowerShell
Azure Resource Manager Policies
Azure Policy Definition Structure
Resource Management Locks
Organizing Azure Resources


Create an Azure account
Manage subscriptions, billing, and policies
Configure Management Groups
Use Portal and PowerShell to deploy and manage resources on Azure
Create Azure policies

Learning Objective: In this module, you will be introduced to Azure virtual networking concepts and how do you create and configure them. You will also learn how system routes, routing tables, and routing algorithms are used. This module also introduces you to Azure DNS basics and Network Security Groups (NSGs). You will also learn how to implement NSGs considering service endpoints and policies.


Introduction to Azure Virtual Networks
IP Addresses – Public and Private
Classless Inter-domain Routing (CIDR)
Network Interface Cards (NICs)
Network Security Groups (NSGs)
Network Security Group Rules
Virtual Network Service Endpoints
Service Endpoint Policies
Azure Load Balancer
Azure DNS
Azure Firewall
Azure Bastion Service


Create and Configure Virtual Networks
Setup Network Security Groups (NSGs)
Restrict Network Access to Resources with Service Endpoints
Implement Azure DNS
Configure Azure Firewall
Deploy Azure Bastion Service

Learning Objective: In this module, you will be introduced to Azure VMs, their supporting OS, sizing and pricing. You will also learn how to create and configure Windows and Linux VMs in Azure. This module also teaches you how to create custom VMs in Azure. You will also learn how VMs can be extended through custom scripts and Desired State Configuration.


Azure Virtual Machines
Azure Resource Manager VM
Introduction to ARM Templates
Create a Custom Image of Azure VM
Create a Managed Image of a Generalized VM
Create an Image from VM Snapshots
Creating a Linux Virtual Machine
Virtual Machine Extensions
Configuration Management using PowerShell DSC
Run Custom Scripts using Custom Script Extension
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
Azure Container Instances (ACI)
App Service
App Service Plans


Create Windows VMs in the Azure Portal
Create Windows VMs with Azure PowerShell
Create VMs using ARM Templates
Deploy custom server images
Configure Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
Create a Web App Service

Learning Objective: Create a Terraform Project using the Microsoft Demo generator to automate the infrastructure. Also, utilize ARM templates to demonstrate Infrastructure as Code (IaC).


Infrastructure as Code and Configuration Management
Azure Resources
Desired State Configuration (DSC)
Automation with DevOps


Automate Infrastructure Deployment in the Cloud with Terraform and Azure Pipelines
Azure Deployments using Resource Manager Templates

Learning Objective: In this module, you will learn about storage accounts – Standard and Premium – as well as storage endpoints. You will also learn about data replication and work with Azure Storage Explorer to manage storage data. You will discover how a shared access signature (SAS) are used to provide delegated access to resources. You will also explore and understand disks and storage - Azure Blob Storage, Azure Files, and structured storage types like Table and Queue storage.


Azure Storage
Azure Storage Replication
Azure Storage Explorer
Attach or Detach an External Storage Account
Shared Access Signatures (SAS)
Attach a Storage Account using SAS
Azure Blob Storage
Azure File Storage
Azure Queue Storage
Azure Table Storage


Create Azure Storage accounts
Manage storage using Azure Storage Explorer
Copy data by using AZCopy
Secure storage using SAS
Implement Blobs and Files storages
Implement Table storage

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Microsoft Azure Administrator Certification Training


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40 Hours

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February 13th Sat & Sun (5 Weeks) Time-09:00 am to 11:30 am
February 25th Sat & Sun (5 Weeks) Time-07:30 am to 9:30am
March 10th Sat & Sun (5 Weeks) Time-07:30 am to 9:30am


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  • Regular Class: Sunday & Monday, 10am – 2pm
  • Review Class: Thursday, 9am-10am




Week 1 (8 Hours)

2022-02-13   (Sun)

2022-02-20   (Sun)

Managing Azure Subscriptions and Resource Groups

Week 2 (8 Hours)

2022-02-21   (Mon)

2022-02-27   (Sun)

Azure Virtual Networks and Network Security

Week 3 (8 Hours)

2022-02-28   (Mon)

2022-03-06   (Sun)

Overview of Azure Virtual Machines

Week 4 (8 Hours)

2022-03-07   (Mon)

2022-03-13   (Sun)

Azure Tools: Infrastructure and Configuration, and Third-Party

Week 5 (8 Hours)

2022-03-14   (Mon)

2022-03-20   (Sun)

Overview of Azure Storage Services