it is time to wrap up our Microsoft Azure fundamentals course.
What have we learned as part of this course?
We started with discussing the principles of cloud computing and what the benefits of using the cloud are.
In the first module, we learned about things like Capex and optics, as well as the cloud deployment and service models.
After that, we got an overview of Azure, some history, and we looked at the different categories of services that Azure offers.
Next, we discuss the global infrastructure as your offers and how this can help you to serve your customers worldwide.
Then we learned about azure accounts and explored the azure management portal.
In those modules, we included things like an overview of azure tenants, dashboards and preview features.
After that, we looked at the core infrastructure services and azure, compute storage and networking.
We covered things like virtual machines, containers and serverless databases, blobs and queues, as well as virtual networks, load balancers and the azure traffic manager.
After the core services, we discussed security compliance and monitoring In azure.
We not only learn the security concepts like encryption and role based access control, but also looked at the tools that azure offers to improve our cloud security.
We've learned how to standardize our workloads, using azure policy and initiatives and finding documentation about compliance audits on Azure Trust Center.
From the monitoring point of view, we looked at azure monitor and all its components.
Then we learned what azure resource Manager is and how we can organize our resources using resource groups and tax.
We also learned how to prevent modification and deletion using azure resource locks.
And at the end, we explored the different ways to purchase azure services, using the Web enterprise agreements and CSP partners and how to manage and reduce our costs.
I hope this course was helpful for you in forming a solid foundational knowledge of azure and that it helps you in your pursuit of your azure certification.
Once again, the course architect for this course is taught him Mladenov. And he was the instructor for this course.
Thank you. And we'll see you in the next course