This course looks at what to do with your on-prem Active Directory Domain Services environment as you go through the process of connecting your computers on the AD DS domain to Azure AD. If that sounds specific and specialized, that's because it is! This course thoroughly answers the hybrid AD DS question and all the complications that come with it.
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This is a valuable course for basically any network administrator, even those who don't work with Azure. Obviously, if you're an AD administrator for an on-prem network that's migrating to a hybrid environment, you should definitely take this course. But it's also a good idea to round out your experience and familiarity with systems you don't use all the time.
No, this course is focused on hybrid Active Directory Domain services migration and management and doesn't try to do prep work for an entire certification exam. If you're preparing for any hybrid Azure certifications, knowing how to manage ADDS in a hybrid environment will be a valuable skill for the exams, though.
This course on AD DS management in a hybrid environment would be ideal for someone preparing to earn their Microsoft Certified: Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate. That certification has two exams, and deploying and managing Azure Active Directory and Domain Services in on-prem and cloud environments is a large portion of AZ-800.
You should take this course because more and more companies are migrating their on-prem networks to cloud and hybrid solutions, and the last thing those companies can afford is to have their users unable to log-in or their networks unable to authenticate services. Learn to keep your network online during a migration with this course.