AZ-104T00 - Microsoft Azure Administrator

AZ-104T00 course teaches IT Professionals how to manage their Azure subscriptions, secure identities, administer the infrastructure, configure virtual networking, connect Azure and on-premises sites, manage network traffic, implement storage solutions, create and scale virtual machines, implement web apps and containers, back up and share data, and monitor your solution.

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Date : 02 Jul 2024

Code: az-104t00

Duration: 4.0 days

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  • Identify the features and usage cases for Azure Resource Manager.
  • Describe each Azure Resource Manager component and its usage.
  • Organize your Azure resources with resource groups.
  • Apply Azure Resource Manager locks.
  • Move Azure resources between groups, subscriptions, and regions.
  • Remove resources and resource groups.
  • Apply and track resource limits.
  • Describe Azure Cloud Shell and the functionality it provides.
  • Determine whether Azure Cloud Shell meets the needs of your organization.
  • Recognize how to use Azure Cloud Shell and persist files for multiple sessions.
  • Learn what shells are and what Bash is.
  • Learn about the syntax of Bash commands.
  • Learn about important Bash commands, such as ls, cat, and ps.
  • Learn how to use I/O operators to redirect input and output.
  • Learn how to update a server's operating system.
  • Learn how to find and terminate rogue processes.
  • Learn how to use Bash to filter Azure CLI output.
  • Understand what PowerShell is and what you can use it for.
  • Use commands to automate tasks.
  • List the advantages of Azure templates.
  • Identify the Azure template schema components.
  • Specify Azure template parameters.
  • Locate and use Azure Quickstart Templates.
  • Describe Microsoft Entra ID.
  • Compare Microsoft Entra ID to Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).
  • Describe how Microsoft Entra ID is used as a directory for cloud apps.
  • Describe Microsoft Entra ID P1 and P2.
  • Describe Microsoft Entra Domain Services.
  • Configure users accounts and user account properties.
  • Create new user accounts.
  • Import bulk user accounts with a template.
  • Configure group accounts and assignment types.
  • Determine the correct region to locate Azure services.
  • Review features and use cases for Azure subscriptions.
  • Obtain an Azure subscription.
  • Understand billing and features for different Azure subscriptions.
  • Use Microsoft Cost Management for cost analysis.
  • Discover when to use Azure resource tagging.
  • Identify ways to reduce costs.
  • Create management groups to target policies and spending budgets.
  • Implement Azure Policy with policy and initiative definitions.
  • Scope Azure policies and determine compliance.
  • Identify features and use cases for role-based access control.
  • List and create role definitions.
  • Create role assignments.
  • Identify differences between Azure RBAC and Microsoft Entra roles.
  • Manage access to subscriptions with RBAC.
  • Review built-in Azure RBAC roles.
  • Add users to Microsoft Entra ID.
  • Manage app and resource access by using Microsoft Entra groups.
  • Give guest users access in Microsoft Entra business to business (B2B).
  • Verify access to resources for yourself and others.
  • Grant access to resources.
  • View activity logs of Azure RBAC changes.
  • Decide whether to implement self-service password reset.
  • Implement self-service password reset to meet your requirements.
  • Configure self-service password reset to customize the experience.
  • Identify features and usage cases for Azure storage accounts.
  • Select between different types of Azure Storage and create storage accounts.
  • Select a storage replication strategy.
  • Configure secure network access to storage endpoints.
  • Understand the purpose and benefits of Azure Blob Storage.
  • Create and configure Azure Blob Storage accounts.
  • Manage containers and blobs within Azure Blob Storage.
  • Optimize blob storage performance and scalability.
  • Implement lifecycle management policies to automate data movement and deletion.
  • Determine the best pricing plans for your Azure Blob Storage.
  • Configure a shared access signature (SAS), including the uniform resource identifier (URI) and SAS parameters.
  • Configure Azure Storage encryption.
  • Implement customer-managed keys.
  • Recommend opportunities to improve Azure Storage security.
  • Identify storage for file shares versus blob data.
  • Configure Azure file shares and file share snapshots.
  • Identify features and use cases of Azure File Sync.
  • Identify Azure File Sync components and configuration steps.
  • Decide how many storage accounts you need for your project
  • Determine the appropriate settings for each storage account
  • Create a storage account using the Azure portal
  • Identify the features of a shared access signature for Azure Storage.
  • Identify the features of stored access policies.
  • Programmatically generate and use a shared access signature to access storage.
  • Describe the features of Azure Storage Explorer.
  • Install Storage Explorer.
  • Use Storage Explorer to connect to Azure Storage services and manipulate stored data.
  • Describe Azure virtual network features and components.
  • Identify features and usage cases for subnets and subnetting.
  • Identify usage cases for private and public IP addresses.
  • Create a virtual network and assign IP address.
  • Determine when to use network security groups.
  • Create network security groups.
  • Implement and evaluate network security group rules.
  • Describe the function of application security groups.
  • Identify usage cases and product features of Azure Virtual Network peering.
  • Configure your network to implement Azure VPN Gateway for transit connectivity.
  • Extend peering by using a hub and spoke network with user-defined routes and service chaining.
  • Implement system routes and user-defined routes.
  • Configure a custom route.
  • Implement service endpoints.
  • Identify features and usage cases for Azure Private Link and endpoint services.
  • Identify features and usage cases for Azure Load Balancer.
  • Implement public and internal Azure load balancers.
  • Compare features of load balancer SKUs and configuration differences.
  • Configure back-end pools, load-balancing rules, session persistence, and health probes.
  • Identify features and usage cases for Azure Application Gateway.
  • Implement an Azure application gateway, including selecting a routing method.
  • Configure gateway components, such as listeners, health probes, and routing rules.
  • Identify the private IP addressing capabilities of Azure virtual networks.
  • Identify the public IP addressing capabilities of Azure.
  • Identify the requirements for IP addressing when integrating with on-premises networks.
  • Identify use cases for virtual network peering.
  • Identify the features and limitations of virtual network peering.
  • Configure peering connections between virtual networks.
  • Configure Azure DNS to host your domain.
  • Identify the routing capabilities of an Azure virtual network
  • Configure routing within a virtual network
  • Deploy a basic network virtual appliance
  • Configure routing to send traffic through a network virtual appliance
  • Identify the features and capabilities of Azure Load Balancer.
  • Deploy and configure an Azure Load Balancer.
  • Determine the responsibilities of cloud service providers and customers in a cloud computing environment.
  • Identify the key considerations and factors involved in planning for virtual machines. Considerations include workload requirements, resource allocation, and secure access.
  • Configure virtual machine storage and virtual machine sizing.
  • Create a virtual machine in the Azure portal.
  • Practice deploying an Azure virtual machine and verify the configuration.
  • Implement availability sets and availability zones.
  • Implement update and fault domains.
  • Implement Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets.
  • Autoscale virtual machines.
  • Identify features and usage cases for Azure App Service.
  • Select an appropriate Azure App Service plan pricing tier.
  • Scale an Azure App Service plan.
  • Identify features and usage cases for Azure App Service.
  • Create an app with Azure App Service.
  • Configure deployment settings, specifically deployment slots.
  • Secure your Azure App Service app.
  • Configure custom domain names.
  • Back up and restore your Azure App Service app.
  • Configure Azure Application Insights.
  • Identify when to use containers versus virtual machines.
  • Identify the features and usage cases of Azure Container Instances.
  • Implement Azure container groups.
  • Create a virtual machine with the Azure CLI.
  • Resize virtual machines with the Azure CLI.
  • Perform basic management tasks using the Azure CLI.
  • Connect to a running VM with SSH and the Azure CLI.
  • Create a Windows virtual machine using the Azure portal.
  • Connect to a running Windows virtual machine using Remote Desktop.
  • Install software and change the network configuration on a VM using the Azure portal.
  • Use the Azure portal to create an Azure App Service web app.
  • Use developer tools to create the code for a starter web application.
  • Deploy your code to Azure App Service.
  • Identify features and usage cases for different Azure backup methods.
  • Configure virtual machine snapshots and backup options.
  • Implement virtual machine backup and restore, including soft delete.
  • Perform site-to-site recovery by using Azure Site Recovery.
  • Identify the features and usage cases for Azure Monitor.
  • Configure and interpret metrics and logs.
  • Identify the Azure Monitor components and data types.
  • Configure the Azure Monitor activity log.
  • Identify the features and usage cases for Log Analytics.
  • Create a Log Analytics workspace.
  • Structure a Log Analytics query and review results.
  • Identify the features and usage cases for Azure Network Watcher.
  • Configure diagnostic capabilities like IP Flow Verify, Next Hop, and Network Topology.
  • Configure alerts on events in your Azure resources based on metrics, log events, and activity log events.
  • Learn how to use action groups in response to an alert, and how to use alert processing rules to override action groups when necessary.
  • Identify the features and capabilities of Azure Monitor logs.
  • Create basic Azure Monitor log queries to extract information from log data.
  • Understand which monitoring data you need to collect from your VM.
  • Enable and view recommended alerts and diagnostics.
  • Use Azure Monitor to collect and analyze VM host metrics data.
  • Use Azure Monitor Agent to collect VM client performance metrics and event logs.


1. Use Azure Resource Manager

You'll learn how to use resource groups to organize your Azure resources.

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2. Introduction to Azure Cloud Shell

Describe Microsoft Azure Cloud Shell, learn how it works, and explore basic steps for its usage.

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3. Introduction to Bash

Use Bash to manage IT infrastructure.

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4. Introduction to PowerShell

Learn about the basics of PowerShell, a cross-platform command-line shell and scripting language that's built for task automation and configuration management. Learn what PowerShell is, what it's used for, and how to use it.

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5. Configure resources with Azure Resource Manager templates

You'll learn how to use Azure Resource Manager templates to consistently deploy assets.

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6. Understand Microsoft Entra ID

This module explains Microsoft Entra ID. You'll compare Microsoft Entra ID to Active Directory DS, learn about Microsoft Entra ID P1 and P2, and explore Microsoft Entra Domain Services for managing domain-joined devices and apps in the cloud.

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7. Configure user and group accounts

Learn how to configure user and group accounts.

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8. Configure subscriptions

Learn how to configure Azure subscriptions, including how to obtain a subscription, implement cost management, and apply Azure resource tags.

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9. Configure Azure Policy

Learn how to configure Azure Policy to implement compliance requirements.

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10. Configure role-based access control

Learn how to use role-based access control (RBAC) to ensure resources are protected, but users can still access the resources they need.

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11. Create Azure users and groups in Microsoft Entra ID

Create users in Microsoft Entra ID. Understand different types of groups. Create a group and add members. Manage business-to-business guest accounts.

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12. Secure your Azure resources with Azure role-based access control (Azure RBAC)

Learn how to use Azure RBAC to manage access to resources in Azure.

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13. Allow users to reset their password with Microsoft Entra self-service password reset

Evaluate self-service password reset to allow users in your organization to reset their passwords or unlock their accounts. Set up, configure, and test self-service password reset.

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14. Configure storage accounts

Learn how to configure storage accounts, including replication and endpoints.

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15. Configure Azure Blob Storage

Learn how to configure Configure Azure Blob Storage, including tiers and object replication.

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16. Configure Azure Storage security

Learn how to configure common Azure Storage security features like storage access signatures.

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17. Configure Azure Files and Azure File Sync

Learn how to configure Azure Files and Azure File Sync.

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18. Create an Azure Storage account

Create an Azure Storage account with the correct options for your business needs.

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19. Control access to Azure Storage with shared access signatures

Grant access to data stored in your Azure Storage accounts securely by using shared access signatures.

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20. Upload, download, and manage data with Azure Storage Explorer

Azure Storage Explorer allows you to quickly view all the storage services under your account. You can browse through, read, and edit data stored in those services through a user-friendly graphical interface.

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21. Configure virtual networks

Learn to configure virtual networks and subnets, including IP addressing.

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22. Configure network security groups

Learn how to implement network security groups, and ensure network security group rules are correctly applied.

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23. Configure Azure Virtual Network peering

Learn to configure an Azure Virtual Network peering connection and address transit and connectivity concerns.

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24. Configure network routing and endpoints

Learn how to configure network routes, including endpoints and private links.

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25. Configure Azure Load Balancer

Learn how to configure an internal or public load balancer.

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26. Configure Azure Application Gateway

Learn how to configure Azure Application Gateway.

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27. Design an IP addressing schema for your Azure deployment

A good Azure IP addressing schema provides flexibility, room for growth, and integration with on-premises networks. The schema ensures that communication works for deployed resources, minimizes public exposure of systems, and gives the organization flexibility in its network. If not properly designed, systems might not be able to communicate, and additional work will be required to remediate.

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28. Distribute your services across Azure virtual networks and integrate them by using virtual network peering

Use virtual network peering to enable communication across virtual networks in a way that's secure and minimally complex.

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29. Host your domain on Azure DNS

Create a DNS zone for your domain name. Create DNS records to map the domain to an IP address. Test that the domain name resolves to your web server.

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30. Manage and control traffic flow in your Azure deployment with routes

Learn how to control Azure virtual network traffic by implementing custom routes.

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31. Improve application scalability and resiliency by using Azure Load Balancer

Discuss the different load balancers in Azure and how to choose the right Azure load balancer solution to meet your requirements.

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32. Configure virtual machines

Learn how to configure virtual machines including sizing, storage, and connections.

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33. Configure virtual machine availability

Learn how to configure virtual machine availability including vertical and horizontal scaling.

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34. Configure Azure App Service plans

Learn how to configure an Azure App Service plan, including pricing and scaling.

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35. Configure Azure App Service

Learn how to configure and monitor Azure App Service instances, including deployment slots.

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36. Configure Azure Container Instances

Learn how to configure Azure Container Instances including container groups.

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37. Manage virtual machines with the Azure CLI

Learn how to use the cross-platform Azure CLI to create, start, stop, and perform other management tasks related to virtual machines in Azure.

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38. Create a Windows virtual machine in Azure

Azure virtual machines (VMs) enable you to create dedicated compute resources in minutes that can be used just like a physical desktop or server machine.

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39. Host a web application with Azure App Service

Azure App Service enables you to build and host web applications in the programming language of your choice without managing infrastructure. Learn how to create a website through the hosted web app platform in Azure App Service.

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40. Configure virtual machine backups

Learn how to configure virtual machine backups including restore operations.

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41. Configure Azure Monitor

Learn how to configure Azure Monitor, including querying the Azure Monitor activity log.

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42. Configure Log Analytics

You learn how to configure Log Analytics including structuring queries.

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43. Configure Network Watcher

You learn how to configure Network Watcher and troubleshoot common networking problems.

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44. Improve incident response with Azure Monitor alerts

Respond to incidents and activities in your infrastructure through alerting capabilities in Azure Monitor.

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45. Analyze your Azure infrastructure by using Azure Monitor logs

Use Azure Monitor logs to extract valuable information about your infrastructure from log data.

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46. Monitor your Azure virtual machines with Azure Monitor

Learn how to monitor your Azure VMs by using Azure Monitor to collect and analyze VM host and client metrics and logs.

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AZ-104T00 course is for Azure Administrators. The Azure Administrator implements, manages, and monitors identity, governance, storage, compute, and virtual networks in a cloud environment. The Azure Administrator will provision, size, monitor, and adjust resources as appropriate. Successful Azure Administrators start this role with experience in virtualization, networking, identity, and storage.

  • Understanding of on-premises virtualization technologies, including: VMs, virtual networking, and virtual hard disks.
  • Understanding of network configurations, including TCP/IP, Domain Name System (DNS), virtual private networks (VPNs), firewalls, and encryption technologies.
  • Understanding of Active Directory concepts, including users, groups, and role-based access control.
  • Understanding of resilience and disaster recovery, including backup and restore operations.


Please review the prerequisites listed for each module in the course content and click on the provided links for more information.



Skills measured

  • Manage Azure identities and governance
  • Implement and manage storage
  • Deploy and manage Azure compute resources
  • Implement and manage virtual networking
  • Monitor and maintain Azure resources

Course Benefits

  • Career growth
  • Broad Career opportunities
  • Worldwide recognition from leaders
  • Up-to Date technical skills
  • Popular Certification Badges

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