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Microsoft Exam AZ-400 Designing and Implementing DevOps Solutions

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Price: $ 5.00 USD | Size: 3.10 GB | Duration : 14+  Hours |  90+  Video Lessons |⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.8

BRAND : Expert TRAINING | ENGLISH | INSTANT DOWNLOAD

 

Exam AZ-400 Designing and Implementing Microsoft DevOps Solutions Course

Overview

Prepare for Microsoft Exam AZ-400 Designing and Implementing Microsoft DevOps Solutions, and demonstrate your knowledge of the tools and services that make up the Microsoft Azure DevOps solution. This certification is relevant to any IT professional whose responsibilities include designing and implementing strategies for collaboration, code, infrastructure, source control, security, compliance, continuous integration, testing, delivery, monitoring, and feedback. Train with IT industry veteran Paul Furlan, and learn everything you need to pass the exam with flying colors.

Description

The days of specializing in just one technology have become obsolete as people and teams involved in the whole DevOps cycle need to become cross-functional. Developers need to add some operations knowledge to their toolkit, and operations engineers need to incorporate the development and scripting knowledge into theirs to help the whole team output better products faster with higher quality. The Microsoft Exam AZ-400 readies candidates to obtain these skills video readies candidates to pass the exam.

Skill Level

Beginner to intermediate

What You Will Learn

Learn how to

 

Build a complete application from idea until deployment

Deploy an application using a DevOps approach

Learn about each phase of the DevOps lifecycle

Perform-test your application to detect bugs and make sure it is working as expected

Explore infrastructure as code

Learn all about containers

Who Should Take This Course

 

Aspiring or practicing Microsoft DevOps engineers

Any IT professional looking to pass the AZ-400 exam

Systems administrators

Cloud administrators

Virtualization engineers

Course Requirements

A candidate for this exam must be familiar with both Azure administration and development and must be expert in at least one of these areas.

 

 

Table of contents

Introduction

Exam AZ-400: Designing and Implementing Microsoft DevOps Solutions: Introduction

Lesson 1: Facilitate Communication and Collaboration

Learning objectives

1.1 Learn about Azure DevOps

1.2 Understand Azure DevOps processes

1.3 Learn about Azure DevOps boards

1.4 Lab A: Explore Azure Boards

1.5 Lab B: Integrate Azure Boards Github

1.6 Explore wiki and dashboards

1.7 Lab C: Create a wiki

1.8 Lab D: Create a dashboard

1.9 Integrate external tools

1.10 Lab E: Integrate messaging tools

1.11 Lab F: Webhooks and ITSM overview

Lesson 2: Develop a Security and Compliance Plan

Learning objectives

2.1 Learn about security and compliance

2.2 Design an authentication strategy

2.3 Lab A: Learn about Active Directory features

2.4 Learn about authentication in Azure DevOps

2.5 Lab B: Integrating Active Directory

2.6 Lab C: Authenticating to Azure Repos

2.7 Lab D: Service Connection authentication

2.8 Design authorization and governance

2.9 Lab E: Set up policies, groups, and access levels

2.10 Learn about Azure Key Vault

2.11 Lab F: Set up Azure Key Vault

2.12 Learn about Azure DevOps variables

2.13 Lab G: Use Azure DevOps variables

Lesson 3: Manage Source Control

Learning objectives

3.1 Learn about SCM/VCS tools

3.2 Lab A: Create a git repository

3.3 Learn git

3.4 Lab B: Practice git

3.5 Learn about git workflows, branches, and tags

3.6 Lab C: Use git workflows, branches, and tags

3.7 Work with pull requests and branch policies

3.8 Lab D: Work with branch policies and pull requests

3.9 Learn about merge types

3.10 Lab E: Learn about merging and merge conflicts

3.11 Learn about advanced repository features

3.12 Lab F: Learn about advanced git features

3.13 Learn about Github codespaces

3.14 Lab G: Review Github codespaces

Lesson 4: Define and Implement Continuous Integration

Learning objectives

4.1 Develop build pipelines

4.2 Lab A: Set up build agents

4.3 Lab B: Create classic Azure pipelines

4.4 Lab C: Create YAML pipelines

4.5 Learn about package management

4.6 Lab D: Create packages

4.7 Lab E: Set up feeds

4.8 Learn about containers

4.9 Lab F: Build a container image

4.10 Lab G: Run and Push container images

4.11 Learn about code quality and security

4.12 Lab H: Implement code quality

4.13 Lab I: Implement DevSecOps

Lesson 5: Optimize Build Pipelines

Learning objectives

5.1 Integrate external tools

5.2 Lab A: Integrate Azure pipelines with Github

5.3 Optimize build

5.4 Lab B: Optimize pipeline performance

5.5 Lab C: Multi-stage docker builds

5.6 Learn about pipeline monitoring and analytics

5.7 Lab D: Review pipeline monitoring and analytics

Lesson 6: Design Continuous Delivery

Learning objectives

6.1 Learn about the application deployment process

6.2 Lab A: Set up a release pipeline

6.3 Lab B: Set dependencies, approvals, and gates

6.4 Understand infrastructure as code

6.5 Lab C: Deploy ARM templates

6.6 Learn about configuration management 

6.7 Lab D: Use custom script extension

6.8 Lab E: Configure desired state configuration

6.9 Lab F: Set up automation state configuration

6.10 Learn about Azure app configuration

6.11 Lab G: Learn about Azure app configuration

Lesson 7: Implement Continuous Delivery

Learning objectives

7.1 Set up release targets

7.2 Lab A: Learn about deployment groups

7.3 Lab B: Configure a VM scale set

7.4 Lab C: Learn about Azure app service

7.5 Lab D: Set up Kubernetes

7.6 Test your application

7.7 Lab E: Learn about manual and exploratory testing

7.8 Lab F: Set up automated testing

7.9 Lab G: Learn about test reports

7.10 Design and implement a release strategy

7.11 Lab H: Set up rolling deployment

7.12 Lab I: Configure canary deployment

7.13 Lab J: Learn about blue/green deployment

Lesson 8: Develop a Site Reliability Engineering Strategy

Learning objectives

8.1 Understand site reliability engineering

8.2 Lab A: Azure service health

8.3 Learn about elasticity and load balancing

8.4 Lab B: Load balancer and scale sets

8.5 Learn about health checks

8.6 Lab C: Load balancer health probe

8.7 Lab D: Container liveness and readiness probes

8.8 Lab E: Application health extension

Lesson 9: Develop an Instrumentation Strategy

Learning objectives

9.1 Learn about Azure monitor

9.2 Lab A: Azure monitor overview

9.3 Learn about logging and metrics

9.4 Lab B: Logging

9.5 Lab C: Metrics

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