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Azure Fundamentals: Azure Security Services

Azure Fundamentals: Azure Security Services


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Overview/Description

In this 15-video course, you will continue to explore the AZ-900 entry-level Microsoft Azure certification displaying familiarity with Azure service offerings including storage, virtual machines, databases, and developer solutions. Azure Active Directory (AD) is a cloud-based directory service in which technicians can create user and group accounts to control resource access through role-based access control (RBAC). In this course, you will explore Azure subscription management options and how cloud technicians can implement Azure IAM (Identity and Access Management) and manage subscriptions to maximize security. Learn how to manage multiple subscriptions—for different countries, in a multinational firm, or even for different projects: one subscription for development versus one for production. The concluding exercise asks learners to compare on-premises Active Directory domain services with Azure AD, including similarities and differences; to describe the purpose of Azure policies; to create an Azure AD user with the portal; and to assign a built-in RBAC role by using the portal.



Expected Duration (hours)
0.9

Lesson Objectives

Azure Fundamentals: Azure Security Services

  • Course Overview
  • recognize how Azure AD is a serverless cloud-based directory service
  • navigate through Azure AD using the portal
  • use the portal to create an Azure AD user and group
  • enable multifactor authentication for an Azure AD user
  • identify the role that the Azure subscription plays when using Azure cloud services
  • recognize the purpose of Azure subscription policies and initiatives
  • assign built-in RBAC roles using the portal
  • create a custom RBAC role using the CLI
  • assign a custom role using the portal
  • tag Azure resources using the Portal, CLI, and PowerShell
  • use the portal to lock Azure resources to control resource modifications and deletions
  • use the CLI to lock Azure resources to control resource modifications and deletions
  • use PowerShell to lock Azure resources to control resource modifications and deletions
  • manage IAM and subscription settings
  • Course Number:
    it_clazfd_11_enus

    Expertise Level
    Beginner