Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies - Exam AZ-300

By James Lee

Master the skills necessary for passing the Microsoft Azure AZ-300 certification exam.

27 hours
  • 88 Lessons
  • 4 Hands-On Labs
  • 1 Practice Exam

About the course

This course is designed to help one master the requisite skills required for the Microsoft Azure AZ-300 certification exam.

The AZ-300 exam is an expert-level exam which tests candidates for advanced knowledge and experience working with various aspects of Microsoft Azure.

Throughout this course, we will progressively build and expand upon both your knowledge and hands-on experience working with Azure technologies. This includes but is not limited to: infrastructure and operations, advanced and automated infrastructure, identity and security, hybrid cloud, and developing apps and services for the Cloud.

Note

Microsoft has replaced the AZ-300 exam with the AZ-303 exam. We recommend students migrate to using the AZ-303 courses.

  • Chapter 1 4 Lessons Welcome to the Course 6:35

    An Important Note About A Cloud Guru and Linux Academy Courses

    1:19

    Course Introduction

    1:57

    About the Training Architect

    1:03

    Using the Blueshift Guide

    2:16
  • Chapter 2 5 Lessons Building the Basics 31:53

    Azure Overview - Part 1

    8:08

    Azure Overview - Part 2

    5:57

    Getting Started with Virtual Networks

    5:00

    Getting Started with Storage Accounts

    5:22

    Getting Started with Virtual Machines

    7:26
  • Chapter 3 5 Lessons Virtual Networking 52:02

    Subnets

    4:39

    Network Interfaces

    7:17

    Public and Private IPs

    11:12

    Network Security

    15:27

    VNet Routing and Connectivity

    13:27
  • Chapter 4 4 Lessons Virtual Machines 32:33

    VM Images

    13:56

    VM Storage

    11:06

    VM Extensions

    3:26

    VM Networking

    4:05
  • Chapter 5 3 Lessons Storage Accounts 42:01

    Storage Accounts

    14:19

    Storage Account Security

    17:29

    Storage Account Networking

    10:13
  • Chapter 6 6 Lessons Resource Monitoring 58:02

    Azure Monitor

    15:41

    Activity Log

    5:31

    Alerts and Action Groups

    11:45

    Log Analytics

    7:59

    Log Search

    7:53

    Managing Costs

    9:13
  • Chapter 7 2 Lessons Integrated Networking 1:16:00

    VNet Peering

    16:00

    Connecting VNets in Azure with VNet Peering

    1:00:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 8 3 Lessons Virtual Machine High Availability 44:11

    VM High Availability

    11:31

    VM Availability Sets

    10:49

    VM Scale Sets

    21:51
  • Chapter 9 2 Lessons Load Balancing 37:47

    Azure Load Balancer

    19:35

    Azure Application Gateway

    18:12
  • Chapter 10 1 Lesson Automated Deployments 16:28

    Automated VM Deployments

    16:28
  • Chapter 11 3 Lessons Azure Active Directory 33:36

    Azure Active Directory

    14:30

    Azure AD Device Management

    11:19

    Azure AD Self-Service Password Reset

    7:47
  • Chapter 12 4 Lessons Access Control 55:35

    Azure AD Identity Protection

    13:25

    Multi-Factor Authentication

    13:43

    Azure AD Conditional Access Policies

    12:49

    Role-Based Access Control

    15:38
  • Chapter 13 2 Lessons Hybrid Identities 27:48

    Hybrid Identities

    12:47

    Azure AD Connect

    15:01
  • Chapter 14 5 Lessons Hybrid Networking 2:18:06

    Azure VPN Gateway

    21:00

    Azure VPN Gateway Troubleshooting

    2:59

    ExpressRoute - Part 1

    10:06

    ExpressRoute - Part 2

    14:01

    Configuring an Azure VNet-to-VNet VPN Gateway (v2)

    1:30:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 15 3 Lessons Azure Site Recovery Migrations 40:09

    Azure Backups

    12:35

    Azure Site Recovery - Part 1

    11:39

    Azure Site Recovery - Part 2

    15:55
  • Chapter 16 3 Lessons Container-Based Apps 23:38

    Azure Container Registry

    8:46

    Azure Container Instances

    5:38

    Azure Kubernetes Service

    9:14
  • Chapter 17 3 Lessons Web Apps 1:42:30

    Azure Web Apps

    6:22

    Background Tasks with WebJobs

    6:08

    Develop with WebJobs in Azure

    1:30:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 18 2 Lessons Serverless Architecture 31:33

    Azure Functions

    17:54

    Logic Apps

    13:39
  • Chapter 19 5 Lessons Message-based Integration Architecture 1:00:01

    Event Grid

    14:04

    Notification Hub

    6:28

    Event Hub

    13:25

    Service Bus

    13:10

    Azure Relay

    12:54
  • Chapter 20 4 Lessons Authentication and Data Security 32:20

    Managed Identity

    10:38

    Confidential Compute

    6:30

    Key Vault

    9:28

    Azure Disk Encryption

    5:44
  • Chapter 21 2 Lessons Azure SQL Database 20:27

    Azure SQL Database: Part 1

    14:08

    Azure SQL Database: Part 2

    6:19
  • Chapter 22 3 Lessons Cosmos DB 1:23:46

    Cosmos DB: Part 1

    13:36

    Cosmos DB: Part 2

    10:10

    Using Azure Cosmos DB with C#

    1:00:00 Hands-On Lab
  • Chapter 23 12 Lessons Updated Exam Content 2:12:18

    Azure Files

    13:02

    Service Endpoints

    14:14

    Private Link

    11:16

    Azure AD Authentication for Storage Accounts

    13:28

    Virtual Machine Dedicated Hosts

    9:53

    Augmented Security Rules - Part 1

    7:55

    Augmented Security Rules - Part 2

    10:01

    Azure Bastion

    8:42

    Traffic Manager

    10:11

    Azure Front Door

    14:04

    Azure Migrate Overview

    6:13

    Azure Migrate for Servers

    13:19
  • Chapter 24 3 Lessons Final Steps 1:36:40

    What's Next?

    2:14

    About the Exam

    4:26

    AZ-300: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies - Practice Exam

    1:30:00 Quiz

What you will need

  • The AZ-300 exam is one of two exams required to achieve the expert level certification, Azure Solutions Architect Expert. Being an expert level exam, this course expects you to already be familiar with managing and implementing Azure solutions.With that being said, the course is designed to introduce services and configuration in a progressive manner. We will start with simple concepts and technologies, and progressively increase in complexity.Microsoft exams are increasingly including "performance based" exam questions. This means testing on how to achieve certain goals using the Azure management tools at your disposal. For this reason the course will cover a range of management tools, and it is also expected that you will be familiar with PowerShell, CLI, and the Azure Portal.You must be familiar with a cloud and network fundamentals. As always, remember that you have a range of content available here at Linux Academy if you have any gaps in prerequisite knowledge.

What are Hands-on Labs

What's the difference between theoretical knowledge and real skills? Practical real-world experience. That's where Hands-on Labs come in! Hands-on Labs are guided, interactive experiences that help you learn and practice real-world scenarios in real cloud environments. Hands-on Labs are seamlessly integrated in courses, so you can learn by doing.

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