AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure Training

  • Duration: 4 Days (32 Hours)
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AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure Course Overview

The Azure AZ-800 training course is tailored for IT Professionals seeking to elevate their skills in managing core Windows Server workloads and services, combining on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies. This course equips IT Professionals with knowledge and techniques to implement and manage on-premises and hybrid solutions, focusing on identity management, compute resources, networking, and storage within a Windows Server hybrid environment. Completion of Azure AZ-800 training enables IT Professionals to deploy, configure, and manage these solutions effectively, optimizing their Windows Server infrastructure using a blend of on-premises and cloud technologies.

Intended Audience For Azure Az 800 Training

The Azure AZ-800 training program, spanning four days, is thoughtfully designed for Windows Server Hybrid Administrators. Azure AZ-800 training is tailored to administrators with prior experience in Windows Server operations, seeking to elevate their capabilities by skillfully blending on-premises and hybrid technologies.

  • Windows Server Hybrid Administrators
  • IT Professionals with experience in Windows Server operations
  • Administrators looking to enhance their capabilities through hybrid technologies
  • Those responsible for implementing and managing solutions in a Windows Server hybrid environment
  • Professionals seeking to master identity management, compute resources, networking, and storage in the hybrid context
  • Individuals aiming to seamlessly integrate on-premises and hybrid environments
  • Windows Server administrators aspiring to leverage hybrid technologies for enhancing their on-premises environments.

Job role: Administrator

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Learning objectives for the Azure AZ 800 training course

The learning objectives for the Azure AZ-800 training course include:

  • Mastering Windows Server Hybrid Environments: Understand the fundamentals of Windows Server hybrid environments and how to effectively manage them.
  • Identity Management: Gain expertise in implementing and managing identity management solutions in a hybrid environment.
  • Compute Resource Management: Learn how to efficiently handle compute resources in on-premises and hybrid settings.
  • Networking Solutions: Acquire knowledge on configuring and managing networking solutions, ensuring seamless integration between on-premises and hybrid networks.
  • Storage Management: Learn to implement and manage storage solutions within a Windows Server hybrid environment.
  • Seamless Integration: Develop skills to seamlessly integrate on-premises and hybrid environments, optimizing operations.
  • Enhancing On-Premises Environments: Understand how to enhance on-premises environments by leveraging the power of hybrid technologies.
  • Problem Solving: Develop the ability to troubleshoot and resolve issues in Windows Server hybrid environments.
  • Security and Compliance: Learn about security measures and compliance requirements in hybrid environments and how to implement them effectively.
  • Optimizing Performance: Gain insights into optimizing performance and enhancing the efficiency of Windows Server workloads in hybrid setups.
  • Scalability: Understand how to scale solutions in response to evolving business needs within hybrid environments.
  • Best Practices: Familiarize with best practices and industry standards related to Windows Server hybrid administration.
  • Monitoring and Maintenance: Learn how to monitor network performance, health, and other key aspects in a hybrid environment, and perform routine maintenance tasks.
  • Cloud Integration: Explore the integration of cloud technologies within Windows Server hybrid environments.
  • Continuous Learning: Emphasize the importance of continuous learning and staying updated with evolving technologies and trends.

Benefits of taking the Azure AZ 800 Training

  • Enhanced Expertise: Azure AZ-800 training equips IT Professionals and Windows Server Administrators with advanced skills and knowledge in managing core Windows Server workloads and services in diverse environments.
  • Versatility: Participants gain the ability to work with a combination of on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies, making them versatile and adaptable in today’s IT landscape.
  • Career Advancement: Completion of Azure AZ-800 training can lead to career growth opportunities, as employers value professionals with expertise in hybrid solutions.
  • Increased Employability: Azure AZ-800 training enhances employability, as organizations seek administrators proficient in managing Windows Server workloads in hybrid environments.
  • Efficient Network Management: Participants learn to efficiently manage identity, compute resources, networking, and storage in both on-premises and hybrid settings, leading to improved network performance.
  • Security Skills: The training emphasizes network security and compliance, making participants adept at safeguarding data and systems in a hybrid environment.
  • Optimized Performance: Azure AZ-800 training imparts the ability to optimize Windows Server workloads, ensuring performance, scalability, and resilience.
  • Seamless Integration: Participants learn how to seamlessly integrate on-premises and hybrid environments, streamlining operations and resource management.
  • Problem-Solving: The training instills effective troubleshooting and problem-solving skills for addressing issues in Windows Server hybrid environments.
  • Certification: Successful completion of the training can lead to industry-recognized certifications, enhancing credibility and professional standing.
  • Cloud Integration: Participants understand how to integrate cloud technologies into hybrid environments, which is increasingly relevant in today’s IT landscape.
  • Continuous Learning: Azure AZ-800 training emphasizes the importance of continuous learning, keeping IT Professionals updated with evolving technologies and trends.

Taking the Azure AZ-800 training course empowers IT Professionals and Windows Server Administrators with the knowledge and skills required to excel in managing hybrid solutions, opening up new career opportunities and enhancing their value in the job market.

Course Fee: $1,450

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Introduction to AD DS
  • Describe AD DS.
  • Describe users, groups, and computers.
  • Identify and describe AD DS forests and domains.
  • Describe OUs.
  • Manage objects and their properties in AD DS.
  • Deploy AD DS domain controllers.
  • Maintain AD DS domain controllers.
  • Describe the AD DS global catalog role and its placement considerations.
  • Describe AD DS operations master roles, their placement considerations, and their management tasks.
  • Describe AD DS schema and its management tasks.
  • Describe GPOs.
  • Describe GPO scope and inheritance.
  • Describe domain-based GPOs.
  • Create and configure GPOs.
  • Explain GPO storage.
  • Describe administrative templates and the Central Store.
  • Identify the purpose, types, and the process of creating trust relationships.
  • Describe the purpose and the process of implementing ESAE forests.
  • Monitor and troubleshoot AD DS replication.
  • Identify the purpose and the process of creating custom AD DS partitions.
  • Select an Azure AD integration model.
  • Plan for Azure AD integration.
  • Prepare on-premises AD DS for directory synchronization.
  • Install and configure directory synchronization using Azure AD Connect.
  • Implement Seamless Single Sign-on (SSO).
  • Enable Azure AD login for an Azure Windows virtual machine (VM).
  • Describe Azure AD DS.
  • Implement and configure Azure AD DS.
  • Manage Windows Server 2019 in an Azure AD DS instance.
  • Join a Windows Server VM to a managed domain.
  • Select an option to implement directory and identity services by using Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) in Azure.
  • Deploy and configure AD DS domain controllers in Azure VMs.
  • Install a replica AD DS domain controller in an Azure VM.
  • Install a new AD DS forest on an Azure VNet.
  • Explain least privilege administrative models.
  • Implement delegated privilege.
  • Describe privileged access workstations.
  • Describe jump servers.
  • Describe Windows Admin Center.
  • Describe how to use Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) to manage servers.
  • Describe Server Manager.
  • Describe how to use Windows PowerShell to manage servers.
  • Explain how to use Windows PowerShell to remotely administer a server.
  • Explain post-installation configuration and describe the available post-installation configuration tools.
  • Use Sconfig to configure Windows Server.
  • Describe Desired State Configuration (DSC) and explain how to use it to configure Windows Server.
  • Use Windows Admin Center to perform post-installation configuration.
  • Implement answer files to complete the configuration.
  • Explain the concept of Just Enough Administration (JEA)
  • Define role group capabilities and session configurations for a JEA session
  • Create and connect to a JEA endpoint
  • Select appropriate remote administration tools.
  • Secure management connections to Windows Azure IaaS VMs with Azure Bastion.
  • Configure JIT VM access.
  • Describe Azure Arc.
  • Explain how to onboard on-premises Windows Server instances in Azure Arc.
  • Connect hybrid machines to Azure from the Azure portal.
  • Use Azure Arc to manage devices.
  • Restrict access using RBAC.
  • Describe the functionality and features of Hyper-V on Windows Server.
  • Install Hyper-V on Windows Server.
  • Describe the options for managing Hyper-V virtual machines (VMs) on Windows Server.
  • Describe networking features and functionality in Hyper-V on Windows Server.
  • Create virtual switches (vSwitches) for use with Hyper-V.
  • Describe using nested virtualization in Hyper-V.
  • Describe settings, configuration, and generation versions available for VMs in Windows Server 2019.
  • Identify virtual hard disk (VHD) formats and types.
  • Create and configure a VM.
  • Determine storage options for VMs.
  • Describe shared VHDs and VHD Sets.
  • Describe host and guest clustering with shared VHDs.
  • Describe the features and functionality of the HGS in Windows Server.
  • Describe the attestation options available with the HGS.
  • Describe shielded VMs, their creation, and their deployment.
  • Describe containers and how they work.
  • Explain the difference between containers and virtual machines (VMs).
  • Describe the difference between process isolation and Hyper-V isolation modes.
  • Describe Docker and how it’s used to manage Windows containers.
  • Identify the container-based images available from the Microsoft Container Registry.
  • Understand the process for running a Windows container.
  • Explain how to manage containers using Windows Admin Center (WAC).
  • Describe container orchestration.
  • Describe Kubernetes.
  • Describe how to create a Kubernetes cluster.
  • Describe Azure Arc for Kubernetes.
  • Describe Azure compute.
  • Describe Azure storage.
  • Deploy Azure VMs.
  • Create a VM from the Azure portal.
  • Create a VM from Azure Cloud Shell.
  • Deploy Azure VMs by using templates.
  • Describe additional management optimization options
  • Create a generalized image.
  • Create a new VM from a generalized image.
  • Create a managed image of a generalized VM in Azure.
  • Create a VM from a managed image.
  • Describe Azure Image Builder.
  • Use Azure Image Builder to create a Windows image.
  • Describe Azure automation.
  • Implement Azure automation with DSC.
  • Remediate noncompliant servers.
  • Describe custom script extension.
  • Configure a VM by using DSC extensions.
  • Describe the DHCP Server role.
  • Install and configure the DHCP Server role.
  • Configure DHCP options.
  • Create and configure a DHCP scope.
  • Describe high availability options for DHCP.
  • Describe DHCP Failover and explain how to configure it.
  • Describe Windows Server DNS.
  • Describe DNS zones and records.
  • Install and configure the DNS role and DNS zones.
  • Describe how to implement DNS forwarding.
  • Describe IPAM.
  • Deploy IPAM.
  • Describe how to administer IPAM.
  • Configure IPAM options.
  • Manage DNS zones with IPAM.
  • Manage DHCP servers with IPAM.
  • Use IPAM to manage IP addressing.
  • Describe the remote access options available in Windows Server.
  • Select VPN options and set up VPN servers.
  • Describe the NPS server role.
  • Plan and implement NPS.
  • Determine when to deploy PKI for remote access.
  • Identify the authentication options for Web Application Proxy and explain how to use it to publish applications.
  • Describe Azure network topologies.
  • Implement an Azure VPN.
  • Explain how to create a route-based VPN gateway using the Azure portal.
  • Implement Azure ExpressRoute.
  • Implement an Azure WAN.
  • Implement DNS resolution in hybrid environments.
  • Implement DNS in Azure
  • Describe DNS options for Azure IaaS VMs
  • Implement split-horizon DNS in Azure
  • Troubleshoot DNS in Azure
  • Create and configure an Azure DNS zone
  • Implement an Azure virtual network
  • Implement IP Address Allocation in Azure
  • Assign and manage IP addresses
  • Configure a private IP address for an Azure virtual machine
  • Create a virtual machine with a static IP address
  • Implement IaaS VM IP routing
  • Implement IPv6 for Windows IaaS Virtual Machines
  • Describe the Windows Server file system.
  • Describe the benefits and use of File Server Resource Manager.
  • Describe SMB and its security considerations.
  • Manage SMB configuration.
  • Describe Volume Shadow Copy Service.
  • Describe the architecture and components of Storage Spaces.
  • Describe the functionality, benefits, and use cases of Storage Spaces.
  • Implement Storage Spaces.
  • Describe the functionality, components, and use cases of Storage Spaces Direct.
  • Implement Storage Spaces Direct.
  • Describe the architecture, components, and Data Deduplication functionality, components, and use cases of Data Deduplication.
  • Describe the use cases and interoperability of Data Deduplication.
  • Implement Data Deduplication.
  • Manage and maintain Data Deduplication.
  • Describe iSCSI functionality, components, and use cases.
  • Describe the considerations for implementing iSCSI.
  • Implement iSCSI.
  • Describe implementing high-availability iSCSI configurations.
  • Describe the functionality and components of Storage Replica.
  • Describe the prerequisites for implementing Storage Replica.
  • Implement Storage Replica.
  • Describe Azure file services.
  • Configure Azure file services.
  • Configure connectivity to Azure file services.
  • Describe Azure File Sync.
  • Implement Azure File Sync.
  • Deploy Azure File Sync.
  • Manage cloud tiering.
  • Migrate from DFSR to Azure File Sync.

Before attending this Az 800 course, students must have:

  • Experience with managing Windows Server operating system and Windows Server workloads in on-premises scenarios, including AD DS, DNS, DFS, Hyper-V, and File and Storage Services
  • Experience with common Windows Server management tools (implied in the first prerequisite).
  • Basic knowledge of core Microsoft compute, storage, networking, and virtualization technologies (implied in the first prerequisite).
  • Experience and an understanding of core networking technologies such as IP addressing, name resolution, and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • Experience working with and an understanding of Microsoft Hyper-V and basic server virtualization concepts
  • Basic experience with implementing and managing IaaS services in Microsoft Azure
  • Basic knowledge of Azure Active Directory
  • Experience working hands-on with Windows client operating systems such as Windows 10 or Windows 11
  • Basic experience with Windows PowerShell

Recommended Courses before AZ 800:

55371AC : Windows Server 2019 Administration

AZ-104T00A: Microsoft Azure Administrator

Exam Details for Azure AZ-800 Training

  • Exam Name: Microsoft Azure AZ-800: Designing and Implementing Windows Server Hybrid Solutions
  • Exam Duration: 3 hours
  • Number of Questions: 40-60
  • Passing Score: 700
  • Exam Cost: $165 USD

Prerequisites for Azure AZ-800 Training:

  • Experience with Windows Server
  • Familiarity with hybrid technologies and cloud computing
  • Azure AZ-800 training completion is recommended

Exam Objectives for Azure AZ-800 Training:

The Microsoft Azure AZ-800 exam, emphasized in Azure AZ-800 training, covers the following objectives:

  • Design and implement Windows Server hybrid solutions effectively with Azure AZ-800 training.
  • Implement and manage identity management solutions in hybrid environments, a core focus of Azure AZ-800 training.
  • Master compute resource management, integral to Azure AZ-800 training.
  • Configure and manage networking solutions in on-premises and hybrid scenarios, a key aspect covered in Azure AZ-800 training.
  • Implement storage management strategies within Windows Server hybrid environments, a critical topic highlighted in Azure AZ-800 training.
  • Seamlessly integrate on-premises and hybrid environments with the guidance of Azure AZ-800 training.

Training Options for Azure AZ-800 Training:

There are various Azure AZ-800 training options available for the Microsoft Azure AZ-800 exam. These encompass:

  • Microsoft Learn modules, an essential resource for comprehensive Azure AZ-800 training.
  • Instructor-led courses, providing an interactive and guided Azure AZ-800 training experience.
  • Online courses, offering flexibility in your Azure AZ-800 training journey.

Exam Tips for Azure AZ-800 Training:

  • Be well-prepared to answer questions about all of the Azure AZ-800 training objectives.
  • Practice with sample exam questions to gain familiarity with the types of questions that will be asked on the exam.
  • Ensure a solid understanding of the concepts covered in the Azure AZ-800 training objectives, not just the specific features and functionality of Windows Server hybrid solutions.
  • Manage your time effectively during the exam, a strategy emphasized in Azure AZ-800 training, to answer all questions within the allocated time.

Azure AZ 800 Training Course Frequently Asked Questions

What is Azure AZ-800 training?

Azure AZ-800 training is a specialized course designed for IT Professionals and Windows Server Administrators seeking to enhance their skills in managing core Windows Server workloads and services using a combination of on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies.

The primary audience for Azure AZ-800 training includes Windows Server Hybrid Administrators, IT Professionals experienced in Windows Server operations, and administrators looking to expand their capabilities through hybrid technologies.

In Azure AZ-800 training, you will learn to implement and manage various on-premises and hybrid solutions, including identity management, compute resources, networking, and storage within a Windows Server hybrid environment. You’ll also gain skills in optimizing Windows Server infrastructure using a blend of on-premises and cloud technologies.

While specific prerequisites may vary, it is recommended to have prior experience with Windows Server and familiarity with hybrid technologies and cloud computing to get the most out of Azure AZ-800 training.

Azure AZ-800 training can enhance your expertise, making you more versatile in managing Windows Server workloads in diverse environments. This can lead to career advancement and increased employability as organizations value professionals with skills in hybrid solutions.

Azure AZ-800 training offers various options, including Microsoft Learn modules, instructor-led courses, and online courses. These options cater to different learning preferences and schedules.

To prepare for the Azure AZ-800 exam, it’s recommended to thoroughly study the training materials, practice with sample exam questions, and ensure you understand the concepts covered in the training objectives. Effective time management during the exam is also essential.

While Azure AZ-800 training is focused on building expertise, successful completion can be a stepping stone to industry-recognized certifications, which can enhance your professional credibility.

Staying updated is crucial in IT. To keep pace with evolving technologies and trends, make continuous learning a habit and explore further training options to complement your Azure AZ-800 knowledge.

If your role involves managing Windows Server workloads or you aspire to expand your responsibilities to include hybrid solutions, Azure AZ-800 training is highly relevant and valuable for your current job.

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