About This Course
Security is a top-level concern when it comes to cloud computing for organizations of all types. In this course, you will be introduced to Azure security and compliance. We will focus on the Azure Trust Center, Azure Key Vault, and the Azure Security Center. The course will also briefly review built-in security features like Azure storage keys and shared access signatures, network security groups, and identity management strategies.
Learners should have a general understanding of cloud computing including services and usage models.
Learners should have a good foundation in accessing and using simple Windows PowerShell commands.
Learners should have a basic understanding of Azure services and components, including Azure PowerShell.
Learners may find it helpful to have a general understanding of how security works in an on-premises environment.
MORE ABOUT MICROSOFT TRAINING
In an increasingly digital world, people, not technology, will disrupt the status quo. In pursuit of their digital goals, CIOs say the most common barrier is a shortage of talent with the right skills.
As an IT pro or developer working amid the churn of digital transformation, you will be asked to do things differently. You’ll need deep skills, expertise, and confidence to implement meaningful technical solutions that meet advanced customer needs. Microsoft Azure is a platform with enormous potential and is also flexible enough to meet and extend customers’ existing infrastructure, enabling hybrid and open source solutions. Now you can build freely and deploy anywhere with a cloud you can trust.