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AZ-103 - Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Resource Groups

AZ-103 - Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Resource Groups


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Overview/Description

Learners can examine processes of creating and managing Azure resource groups, limits, and quotas in this 16-video course, preparation for the Microsoft Azure Administrator (AZ-103) exam. Begin by taking a look at the Azure Resource Manager and benefits it provides. Next, create a management group using all methods—Azure Portal, PowerShell, and CLI (command-line interface—and then create a source group at the subscription level. Learn how to manage Azure resource groups using the Azure Portal, Azure PowerShell, and Azure CLI. Discover how to remove Azure resource groups, move them, and move Azure resources across resource groups and identify the limitations. Organize Azure resources by using tags, and add and configure an Azure resource lock. Then examine how to use the price calculator to estimate costs for different Azure services, describe spending limits, and remove the Azure spending limit in the Account Center. Identify subscription limits in Azure Service Management and Azure Resource Manager. Finally, look at resource tags and use them to group and categorize costs. The exercise involves managing resource groups.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.0

Lesson Objectives

AZ-103 - Microsoft Azure Administrator: Azure Resource Groups

  • discover the subject areas covered in this course
  • describe Azure Resource Manager and the benefits it provides
  • create a management group using all methods - Azure Portal, Azure PowerShell, and Azure CLI
  • create a resource group at the subscription level
  • manage Azure resource groups using the Azure Portal
  • manage Azure resource groups using Azure PowerShell
  • manage Azure resource groups using Azure CLI
  • remove Azure resource groups
  • move Azure resources across resource groups and identify the limitations
  • organize Azure resources by using tags
  • add and configure an Azure resource lock
  • use the pricing calculator to get an estimate of costs for different Azure services
  • describe spending limits and remove the Azure spending limit in the Account Center
  • identify the subscription limits in Azure Service Management and Azure Resource Manager
  • describe resource tags and use them to group and categorize costs
  • manage resource groups using Azure Portal, Azure PowerShell, and Azure CLI
  • Course Number:
    it_clazaa_02_enus

    Expertise Level
    Intermediate