Designing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions (AZ-305)

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  • Design a Solution for Logging & Monitoring
    • Overview
    • Solution Guidance
    • Design a Log Routing Solution
    • Recommend an Appropriate Level of Logging
    • Recommend Monitoring Tools for a Solution
  • Design Authentication & Authorization Solutions
    • Solution Guidance
    • Recommend a Solution for Securing Resources with RBAC
    • Recommend an Identity Management Solution
    • Recommend a Solution for Securing Identities
  • Design Governance
    • Organizational & Hierarchical Structure for Azure Resources
    • Recommend a Solution for Enforcing & Auditing Compliance
  • Design Identities & Access for Applications
    • Solution Guidance
    • Allow Applications to Access Azure Resources
    • Integrating Applications into Azure AD
    • Recommend a User Consent Solution for Applications
  • Design a Data Storage Solution for Relational Data
    • Solution Guidance
    • Recommend Database Service Tier Sizing
    • Recommend a Solution for Database Scalability
    • Recommend a Solution for Encrypting Data
  • Design Data Integration
    • Solutions for Data Integration & Data Analysis
  • Recommend a Data Storage Solution
    • Recommend a Solution for Storing Relational Data
    • Recommend a Solution for Storing Semi-structured Data
    • Recommend a Solution for Storing Non-relational Data
  • Design a Data Storage Solution for Non-relational Data
    • Recommend Access Control Solutions to Data Storage
    • Data Storage - Features, Performance, & Cost
    • Design a Data Solution for Protection & Durability
  • Design a Solution for Backup & Disaster Recovery
    • Recovery for Azure, Hybrid & On-premises Workloads
    • Understand Recovery for Containers
    • Backup & Recovery Solution for Compute
    • Backup & Recovery Solution for Databases
    • Backup & Recovery Solution for Unstructured Data
  • Design for High Availability
    • Identify Availability Requirements of Azure Resources
    • Recommend a High Availability Solution for Compute
    • Solution for Non-relational Data Storage
    • Solution for Relational Data Storage
  • Design a Compute Solution
    • Solution Guidance
    • Recommend a Virtual Machine-based Compute Solution
    • Recommend a Container-based Compute Solution
    • Recommend a Serverless-based Compute Solution
  • Design an Application Architecture
    • Recommend a Caching Solution for Applications
    • Recommend a Messaging Architecture
    • Recommend an Event-driven Architecture
    • Automated Deployment Solution for Applications
    • Application Configuration Management Solution
    • Recommend a Solution for API Integration
  • Design Migrations
    • Evaluate Migration with the Cloud Adoption Framework
    • Assess On-premises Servers, Data, & Applications
    • Recommend a Solution for Migrating Databases
    • Recommend a Solution for Migrating Unstructured Data
  • Design Network Solutions
    • Network Architecture Based on Workload Requirements
    • Connect Azure Resources to the Internet
    • Connect Azure Resources to On-premises Networks
    • Optimize Network Performance for Applications
    • Recommend a Solution to Optimize Network Security
    • Recommend a Load Balancing and Routing Solution


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Everyone begins with the word. line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>Design, design, identity governance, and monitoring line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>solutions, design, data, storage solutions, design, line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>business, continuity, solutions, design, line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>infrastructure solutions. And notice 3 of the 4 are line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>specified as being 25 to 30% of the overall material coverage line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>on the exam meeting. The exam is roughly going to be spread line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>equally among those 3 solutions with 10 to 15% for PCR through line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>none as well. We have a lot of fun going through the material line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>primarily will be talking about solutions and showing new line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>guidance on how to make good choices towards the end of the line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>course. 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I spend line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>a lot of time in the real world working with customers and in line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>classrooms, teaching people how to not only take and pass this line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>exam, the work with this material in the real world line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>implementing and designing solutions. Both your on line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>premises and data center environments globally. I want line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>to share that information that knowledge and that passion with line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>all of you. I'm ready. I hope you are as well. All we need to line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>do is stop going through the overview and start going line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>through the content of those you good luck and look forward line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>to seeing you as soon as you're ready when you are please move line:-1 <v.Male.spk2 Speaker2>on to join me for easy through 5 adventure. 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