This course focuses on important concepts such as what makes Azure AD different from on-premises AD, differences in managing users and groups and the implementing custom domains in Azure AD. You’ll be introduced to concepts like directories and tenants as well as Multi-Factor authentication which let you add a critical second security layer for verification of user sign-ins and transactions.
- Good understanding of on-premises Active Directory.
- General understanding of cloud computing including services and usage models.
- Learners should have a basic understanding of Azure services and components, including Azure PowerShell.
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.
As you know, training is one of the best investments you can make in your career. Microsoft’s quality courseware will provide you with practical learnings you can employ immediately. Earning technical certifications positions you for career advancement, a higher salary, and more interesting work.
Whether you’re getting started as an IT pro or developer, looking to differentiate yourself as an expert, or already proficient in AWS and looking to explore ways to become a multi-cloud expert, these training offers will help you level up your cloud career.