- Course info
This entry-level Azure Storage training prepares learners to implement and manage Azure accounts, secure and manage data in Azure Storage, and navigate Azure File and Blob systems.
On a pay-as-you-go model, Azure Storage offers what is effectively limitless capacity that's scalable, highly available, and robust. There are other vendors who offer storage on demand, but none of them come with the Microsoft guarantee that Azure does. If you and your organization go with Microsoft Azure, learning how it's different from other storage providers is important — as is understanding its interfaces and options.
Once you've made the jump, learn which disk storage you should be using, how to provide disaster recovery, secure your account, export large amounts of data, and more. This Implementing and Managing Storage in Azure training will make you comfortable with every part of administering your organization's Azure storage.
After finishing this Microsoft training, you'll know how to implement and manage Azure accounts accounts, secure and manage data in Azure Storage, and navigate Azure File and Blob systems.
For anyone who manages systems administrators, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new systems administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Implementing and Managing Storage in Azure: What You Need to Know
This Implementing and Managing Storage in Azure training covers Azure storage topics including:
- Managing Azure identities and governance
- Implementing and managing storage
- Deploying and managing Azure compute resources
- Configuring and managing virtual networking
- Monitoring and backing up Azure resources
Who Should Take Implementing and Managing Storage in Azure Training?
This Implementing and Managing Storage in Azure training is considered foundational-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for systems administrators. This Azure storage skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with Azure storage types and experienced systems administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring systems administrators. If you're a brand new systems administrator, one of the best things you can do early in your career is establish yourself as an expert in a critical tech that your company uses. If your organization uses Microsoft Azure, learning the fundamentals of implementing and managing Azure storage can secure your job as the local "cloud storage expert" — which is a lot more useful these days than the "local storage expert".
Experienced systems administrators. If you've been working as a systems administrator for a few years already, you already know the benefits of storage on demand. If you need a new avenue for your career to take, or you're entering a new workcenter that focuses on maintaining and administering your organization's storage solutions, with this training, you'll know how to implement everything that Azure offers, from Azure Data Box, to Advanced Threat Protection.