AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator Certification

Looking to gain expertise in Microsoft Azure? Look no further! Our comprehensive AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator Certification course will equip you with the skills needed to effectively manage Azure resources. With a focus on Azure’s robust features, this course covers everything you need to know, from Azure overview to advanced monitoring and backup techniques.

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this course includes

35 Training Hours

86 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

7 Topics

200 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion



Azure Essentials for Success


Navigating the Azure Ecosystem


Secure and Efficient Identity Management


Master Data Storage and Security


Unlock the Power of Azure Compute


Connect and Secure Your Resources


Ensure Stability and Recovery

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Module 1 - Azure Overview

1.0 Introduction to AZ-104
1.1 Cloud Computing
1.2 Cloud Services Benefits
1.3 Cloud Service Types
1.4 Azure Core Architectural Components
1.4.1 ACTIVITY-Creating Management Groups and Subscriptions
1.5 Azure Compute Services
1.6 Azure Application Hosting Options
1.7 Azure Networking Services
1.8 Azure Storage Services
1.9 Azure Identity, Access, and Security
1.10 Azure Cost Management
1.10.1 ACTIVITY- Checking Your Azure Balance
1.11 Azure Governance and Compliance Tools
1.11.1 ACTIVITY- Assign an Azure Policy

Module 2 - Azure Tools

2.1 Azure Portal
2.1.1 ACTIVITY- Exploring the Azure Portal
2.2 Azure Monitoring Tools
2.3 Azure PowerShell
2.3.1 ACTIVITY- Using Azure PowerShell
2.4 Azure CLI
2.4.1 ACTIVITY- Using the Azure CLI
2.5 Azure Cloud Shell
2.6 ARM Templates
2.6.1 ACTIVITY- Using Templates to Deploy Resources
2.7 Azure Resource Manager
2.8 Hybrid Tools

Module 3 - Azure Identities and Governance

3.1 Azure AD Overview
3.1.1 ACTIVITY- Exploring Azure Active Directory
3.1.2 ACTIVITY- Adding a Custom Domain
3.2 Subscriptions
3.3 Users and Groups
3.3.1 ACTIVITY- Adding Azure Active Directory User
3.3.2 ACTIVITY- Bulk Inviting New Users
3.3.3 ACTIVITY- Creating Azure AD Groups
3.4 Authentication
3.5 SSPR
3.5.1 ACTIVITY- Implementing SSPR
3.6 Devices
3.7 Azure Roles
3.7.1 ACTIVITY- Assigning Azure Roles
3.8 Azure AD Roles
3.8.1 ACTIVITY- Assigning Azure AD Roles
3.9 Conditional Access
3.10 Authorization
3.10.1 ACTIVITY- Managing Licenses
3.11 Azure Policy

Module 4 - Azure Storage

4.1 Storage Accounts
4.1.1 ACTIVITY- Creating a Storage Account
4.2 Storage Types
4.2.1 ACTIVITY- Creating Storage Types
4.3 Azure Storage Tools
4.3.1 ACTIVITY- Azure Storage Explorer
4.4 Azure Files and File Sync
4.4.1 ACTIVITY- Deploying an Azure Files Share
4.5 Azure Storage Security

Module 5 - Azure Compute Resources

5.1 Virtual Machines
5.1.1 ACTIVITY- Create Virtual Machines
5.1.2 ACTIVITY- Delete a Virtual Machine
5.2 VM Availability
5.2.1 ACTIVITY- Increasing VM Availability
5.3 VM Extensions
5.4 Azure App Service
5.5 Azure Container Instances
5.6 Kubernetes

Module 6 - Azure Virtual Networks

6.1 Virtual Networks
6.1.1 ACTIVITY- Create a VNet
6.2 Network Security Groups-Part 1
6.2.1 Network Security Groups-Part 2
6.3 Azure Firewall
6.3.1 ACTIVITY- Deploying a Firewall
6.4 Azure DNS-Part 1
6.4.1 Azure DNS-Part 2
6.4.2 ACTIVITY- Implementing Azure DNS Zone6
6.5 Virtual Network Peering
6.5.1 ACTIVITY- VNet Peering
6.6 Azure VPN Gateway
6.7 ExpressRoute and Virtual WANs
6.8 Azure Load Balancer
6.9 Azure Application Gateway
6.10 Azure Routes

Module 7 - Azure Monitoring and Backup

7.1 Network Watcher
7.2 Azure Monitor
7.3 Azure Backup-Part 1
7.4 Azure Backup-Part 2
7.5 Azure Backup-Part 3
7.6 Conclusion to AZ-104

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Your Questions, Answered

What is the AZ-104 exam and what does it cover?

The AZ-104 exam, also known as the Microsoft Azure Administrator exam, assesses your skills and knowledge in managing and maintaining Azure environments. The exam covers various aspects like Azure compute, storage, networking, identity management, monitoring, and backup strategies. Successfully passing the exam earns you the Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate certification.

How can AZ-104 training help me prepare for the certification?

AZ-104 training courses are specifically designed to align with the objectives and skills measured by the AZ-104 exam. These courses often include a mix of theoretical lectures, hands-on exercises, and practice tests, giving you a comprehensive preparation experience. They cover key topics such as Azure Virtual Networks, Azure Active Directory, and Azure Storage, among others, that are tested in the exam.

Is there an official Exam Ref for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator exam?

Yes, Microsoft provides an official Exam Ref for the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator exam. This book serves as a comprehensive guide to prepare you for the exam and is structured around the official exam objectives. It provides in-depth explanations of key concepts, offers practice exercises, and includes tips from experts to help you prepare effectively.

How do AZ-104 practice tests help in exam preparation?

AZ-104 practice tests simulate the conditions and types of questions you’ll encounter in the actual exam. These practice tests not only provide an assessment of your knowledge and readiness but also help you get familiar with the exam format. This can alleviate exam anxiety and help you manage time more effectively during the actual test.

Is Azure AZ-104 the same as Microsoft AZ-104?

Yes, Azure AZ-104 and Microsoft AZ-104 refer to the same certification exam. The exam is officially known as the Microsoft Azure Administrator exam and is coded as AZ-104. Passing this exam proves that you have the skills and knowledge required to be an Azure Administrator, and it grants you the Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate certification.