Every Microsoft Dynamics Cloud product - including Finance and Operations, Business Central and Sales - uses Azure; however, the Azure components are managed by Microsoft. In order to benefit from all that Azure has to offer, you’ll need to set up your own subscription. This Academy class will walk through all you need to know to setup and manage a secure, reliable and cost conscious Azure environment. We will work on initial setup, such as subscription creation, RBAC access to resources, connectivity and security. From there we will define and deploy both IaaS (VM) and PaaS (database) resources, focusing on configuration options for performance and availability. Finally we will work with PowerShell and API integration for repeatability and automation.
A senior architect with OneNeck IT Solutions will guide you through interactive exercises while sharing best practices from their extensive implementation experience. Learn how to work with common Azure resources, such as virtual machines, virtual networks, network security groups and Azure databases. This is a must see for anyone interested in understanding the benefits of using Azure while avoiding the potential pitfalls that come with Public Cloud.
• Creating and managing Azure subscriptions
• Implementing common security practices
• Understanding the three main connectivity options (Internet, VPN, ExpressRoute)• Deploying, managing and deleting common resources
• Understanding why JSON is important
• Managing Azure cost
• Subscription consolidation
• Working with PowerShell
• Understanding the API model
Instructor: Scott Morley
Audience: Anyone interested in working with Azure
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of infrastructure components (compute, network) or databases
Preparation: The labs will require an active Azure subscription. If a student does not have access to a subscription, a free trial can be created by following the instructions at: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/free/. NOTE: some resource are free for only 30 days and so the subscription should not be created more than 7 days in advance of the class.