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Microsoft Azure is an emerging presence in the cloud marketplace with a 29% market share. It has the most demanding cloud path. (But *nudge nudge* we have your back on that!)

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A Microsoft Azure certification validates your cloud experience and knowledge in a specific role. It may help you increase your earning potential while also keeping you ahead of the competition.

Approximately 80% of all business workloads are estimated to have shifted to the cloud by 2025. This means that people who can design cloud apps and manage cloud infrastructures will be in great demand, and a Microsoft Azure certification may help you acquire these skills.


Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator Associate AZ 104


  • Take care of Azure's identity and governance issues.
  • Objects in Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) can be managed in this section.
  • User and group creation
  • Form administrative divisions.
  • Control the properties of users and groups.
  • Control the settings of your device.
  • Update users in bulk.
  • Accounts for visitors to manage
  • Set up an Azure Active Directory connection
  • Set up password reset through self-service.
  • Organize access control by role (RBAC)
  • Make a role for yourself.
  • Assign roles with varying scopes to give users access to Azure resources.


Access assignments should be interpreted


  • Subscriptions and governance are managed.
  • Configure policies in Azure
  • Resource locks should be configured
  • Tags can be applied to resources and managed.
  • Organize resource pools
  • Manage your subscriptions.
  • Organize expenses
  • Organize management teams Implementation and management of storage (15–20%) Storage that is safe
  • Configure storage account network access
  • Make storage accounts and configure them.
  • Tokens with shared access signatures (SAS) should be generated.
  • Organize your access keys
  • Set up Azure Active Directory authentication for a storage account.
  • Manage storage and configure access to Azure Files
  • A job that exports data from Azure
  • Importing a job into Azure
  • Azure Storage Explorer is available for download and use.
  • AZCopy is used to copy data, and Azure Storage replication is implemented.
  • Configure the replication of blob objects Configure Azure Blob Storage and Azure Files
  • Create a file share in Azure
  • Create and configure an Azure account.
  • Service for synchronising files
  • Azure Blob Storage must be configured. tiers of storage configuration
  • configure the lifecycle management of blobs
  • Manage and deploy Azure compute resources (20–25%)


Using Azure Resource Manager templates, you can automate the deployment of virtual machines (VMs). modify a template in Azure Resource Manager


  • Create a template for a virtual hard disc (VHD)
  • Use a template to deploy
  • Save a deployment as a template in Azure Resource Manager.
  • Extensions for virtual machines should be deployed. Configure virtual machines
  • Azure Disk Encryption must be configured.
  • VMs should be moved from one resource group to the next.
  • VM sizes must be managed.
  • Data discs should be added.
  • Configure the network
  • VMs should be re-deployed
  • Configure a high availability system
  • Set up virtual machine scale sets and deploy them. Make containers and configure them.


Configure Azure Container Instances sizing and scaling configure Azure Container Instances container groups configure Azure Container Instances storage (AKS)


  • AKS scaling should be configured.
  • AKS network connections must be configured.
  • A cluster of AKS should be upgraded Create an Azure App Service and configure it.
  • Make a plan for your App Service.
  • In an App Service plan, configure scaling settings.
  • Create an App Service if you don't already have one.
  • Ensure the safety of an App Service
  • Custom domain names can be configured.
  • Configure an App Service's backup
  • Configure the networking options Configure the deployment options
  • 25–30% of the time is spent configuring and managing virtual networking.
  • Manage and implement virtual networking
  • Establishing and configuring virtual networks, including peering
  • Configure your IP addresses, both private and public.
  • User-defined network routes can be configured.
  • Subnets should be implemented.
  • Endpoints on subnets must be configured.
  • Private endpoints must be configured


Custom DNS settings and private or public DNS zones can be configured in Azure DNS. Access to virtual networks that is secure


  • Make security rules.
  • Assign a subnet or network interface to a network security group (NSG).
  • Assess the efficacy of security rules
  • Azure Firewall should be implemented.
  • Azure Bastion should be implemented. Set up load balancing.
  • Azure Application Gateway must be configured.
  • Configure a load balancer, either internal or external.


Load balancing issues should be investigated. Virtual networking is monitored and troubleshooted


  • Keep an eye on on-premises connectivity
  • Azure Monitor for Networks can be configured and used in a variety of ways.
  • Azure Network Watcher is a useful tool. external networking issues to be resolved
  • 25–30% of the time is spent configuring and managing virtual networking.
  • Manage and implement virtual networking
  • Establishing and configuring virtual networks, including peering
  • Configure your IP addresses, both private and public.
  • User-defined network routes can be configured.
  • Subnets should be implemented.
  • Endpoints on subnets must be configured.
  • Private endpoints must be configured
  • Custom DNS settings and private or public DNS zones can be configured in Azure DNS. Access to virtual networks that is secure


Make security rules


  • Assign a subnet or network interface to a network security group (NSG).
  • Assess the efficacy of security rules
  • Azure Firewall should be implemented.
  • Azure Bastion should be implemented. Set up load balancing.
  • Azure Application Gateway must be configured.
  • Configure a load balancer, either internal or external.


Load balancing issues should be investigated. Virtual networking is monitored and troubleshooted


  • Keep an eye on on-premises connectivity
  • Azure Monitor for Networks can be configured and used in a variety of ways.
  • Azure Network Watcher is a useful tool. external networking issues to be resolved


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