Azure ARM goes into detail about ARM templates, their components, how to generalize the templates as well as how to use linked templates. It also covers the deployment automation using PowerShell, Azure CLI, and Azure DevOps.
Familiarity with Azure and Azure services
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
Understand how Azure Resource Manager works
Understand the structure of ARM templates
Develop their own Azure automation using ARM
Run resource deployment via PowerShell, Azure CLI, and Azure DevOps
What is Azure Resource Manager?
Azure is a cloud computing platform that was launched in 2010 by Microsoft. It’s an open and flexible cloud platform that is used in various areas like development, service hosting, service management, and data storage.
The Azure Resource Manager is one of the services of Microsoft Azure that helps simplify managing your cloud resources. It helps define, build, and maintain your applications consistently. With Azure ARM, users can deploy, update, or delete all resources for your solution with a single, coordinated operation that uses templates. These templates can be utilized for implementation in various environments including testing, staging, and production. Azure ARM aids in providing security, auditing, and tagging features that will help users manage their resources after deployment.
What Does the Azure ARM Course Involve?
In this ARM course, students will learn the basics of the Azure Resource Manager as well as taking a closer look at ARM templates, their components, generalizing the templates, how to use linked templates, and other core features. The course also covers the design and deployment of cloud resources using templates.
Upon completing the course, students should have:
* A thorough understanding of how ARM works
* An understanding of the structure of ARM templates
* The ability to develop their own automation using Azure Resource Manager
* The ability to run resource deployment through Azure CLI, Azure DevOps, and PowerShell
This Azure ARM training is a beginner level course, but students should have a familiarity with Microsoft Azure and its services. The course is one hour and 19 minutes of total clock time, and students will earn 2 CEU/CPE. Upon completion, students will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Who Should Take the Azure ARM Training?
The Microsoft Azure ARM training is ideal for any IT professional who would benefit from using the tool – which is really anyone who uses cloud computing. Specifically, the following professionals should have a working knowledge of Azure ARM and the Azure platform as a whole:
* Cloud engineers
* Software and IT engineers
* DevOps engineers
* Software architects
* Technical and non-technical tech founders
Why Take the Azure ARM Course?
There are numerous reasons that taking the Azure ARM course is beneficial for IT professionals. Perhaps the most important reason is that cloud computing now plays a big part in nearly every aspect of the IT industry. Knowing and understanding cloud computing is no longer optional, IT professionals must have the skillset to stay competitive in the field.
Another key reason is that Microsoft Azure is a globally recognized cloud services provider. Many organizations, large and small, use Microsoft Azure as part of their cloud infrastructure and they prefer to hire IT employees who are knowledgeable about the solution.
Additionally, Microsoft offers various Azure certification tracks, which will increase a candidate’s job prospects and advancement opportunities that are not available to those individuals without certifications. Learning Azure ARM is a part of the skills needed to obtain certain Azure credentials. There are numerous IT positions that are ideal for the Microsoft Azure certified professional, and ARM training is a valuable asset for candidates to have.
If you are an IT professional who hasn’t had training in Azure ARM, you’re interested in starting a career in IT, or you need to learn ARM for an Azure certification, this course is for you. Enrolling in the class is easy, just click on the Register button in the top right corner of this screen.
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I am the CTO of Agitare Technologies, Inc., a cloud consulting and products practice in the Pacific Northwest. I teach Cloud Computing classes at North Seattle College as well as IoT classes in Bellevue College. Also, I manage the biggest independent Cloud Computing Community in the region – the CloudTalk Meetup.
My career in technology started more than 25 years ago while I was still a college student. At that time I was helping at my brother’s company to assemble and sell custom-built PCs. In 1995 the Internet became popular, and I was one of the first students in my university who wrote a graduation thesis about the Internet. My research on Internet sparked my interest in that area, and I’ve spent most of my career designing and developing technologies on the Internet. I’ve worked for small and large enterprises in Europe and US among which are the networking company 3Com, the German software giant SAP as well as Microsoft.
At Microsoft, I managed a Program Management team in Windows Client division, and later on, I moved to the Azure team. It was the right time to get into the new and exciting world of cloud computing, big data, and other emerging cloud technologies. As part of the initial Azure team, I had the opportunity to guide the early adopters through their path to the cloud and work with Open Source communities to promote the value of Azure.
Since then I’ve been helping enterprises understand the latest cloud technologies and develop scalable, secure and user-friendly cloud solutions. I always approach customer projects with a “how to make technology simple, secure and usable” attitude. I work with newer technologies like containers, cognitive services, and IoT and help our customers get immediate value out of those.
Certificate of Completion
Complete this entire course to earn a Azure ARM Certificate of Completion