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Module 1: Cloud Concepts

In this module, you'll take an entry level end-to-end look at Azure and its capabilities, which will provide you with a solid foundation for completing the available modules for Azure Fundamentals.


  • Introduction to Azure fundamentals

  • Fundamental Azure concepts

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Understand the benefits of cloud computing in Azure and how it can save you time and money.

  • Explain concepts such as high availability, scalability, elasticity, agility, and disaster recovery.

Module 2: Core Azure Services

In this module, you learn about core Azure services like Azure database, Azure compute, Azure storage, and Azure Networking.


  • Core Azure architectural components

  • Core Azure workload products

  • Azure networking services

  • Azure storage services

  • Azure database services

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe core Azure architecture components such as subscriptions, management groups, and resources.

  • Summarize geographic distribution concepts such as Azure regions, region pairs, and availability zones.

  • Understand the services available in Azure including compute, network, storage, and databases.

  • Identify virtualization services such as Azure VMs, Azure Container Instances, and Azure Kubernetes.

  • Compare Azure's database services such as Azure Cosmos DB, Azure SQL, and Azure Database for MySQL.

  • Examine Azure networking resources such as Virtual Networks, VPN Gateways, and Azure ExpressRoute.

  • Summarize Azure storage services such Azure Blob Storage, Azure Disk Storage, and Azure File Storage.

Module 3: Core Solutions

In this module, you'll learn about AI machine learning, Azure DevOps, monitoring fundamentals, management fundamentals, serverless computing fundamentals. and IoT fundamentals.


  • Choose the best Azure IoT service

  • Choose the best AI service

  • Choose the best Azure serverless technology

  • Choose the best tools with DevOps and GitHub

  • Choose the best management tools

  • Choose the best Azure monitoring service

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Choose the correct Azure AI service to address different kinds of business challenges.

  • Choose the best software development process tools and services for a given business scenario.

  • Choose the correct cloud monitoring service to address different kinds of business challenges.

  • Choose the correct Azure management tool to address different kinds of technical needs.

  • Choose the right serverless computing technology for your business scenario.

  • Choose the best Azure IoT service for a given business scenario.

Module 4: General security and networking features

In this module, you will learn how to protect yourself against security threats, and secure your networks with Azure.


  • Security Tools and Features

  • Secure Network Connectivity

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Strengthen your security posture and protect against threats by using Microsoft Defender for Cloud.

  • Collect and act on security data from many different sources by using Microsoft Sentinel.

  • Manage dedicated physical servers to host your Azure VMs for Windows and Linux.

  • Identify the layers that make up a defense in depth strategy.

  • Explain how Azure Firewall enables you to control what traffic is allowed on the network.

  • Configure network security groups to filter network traffic to and from Azure resources.

  • Explain how Azure DDoS Protection helps protect your Azure resources from DDoS attacks.

Module 5: Identity, Governance, Privacy, and Compliance

In this module, you will learn about Azure identity services, how to build a cloud governance strategy, and privacy, compliance and data protection standards on Azure.


  • Core Azure identity services

  • Azure Governance Methodologies

  • Privacy, Compliance, and Data Protection standards

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Explain the difference between authentication and authorization.

  • Describe how Azure Active Directory provides identity and access management.

  • Explain the role single sign-on (SSO), multifactor authentication, and Conditional Access play.

  • Make organizational decisions about your cloud environment by using the CAF for Azure.

  • Define who can access cloud resources by using Azure role-based access control.

  • Apply a resource lock to prevent accidental deletion of your Azure resources.

  • Apply tags to your Azure resources to help describe their purpose.

  • Control and audit how your resources are created by using Azure Policy.

  • Enable governance at scale across multiple Azure subscriptions by using Azure Blueprints.

  • Explain the types of compliance offerings that are available on Azure.

  • Gain insight into regulatory standards and compliance on Azure.

  • Explain Azure capabilities that are specific to government agencies.

Module 6: Azure Pricing and Lifecycle

In this module, you will learn how to plan and manage Azure costs, and how to choose the right Azure services though SLAs and service lifecycle.


  • Planning and Cost Management

  • Azure Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and Lifecycle

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use the Total Cost of Ownership Calculator.

  • Describe the different ways you can purchase Azure products and services.

  • Use the Pricing calculator to estimate the monthly cost of running your cloud workloads.

  • Define the major factors that affect total cost and apply recommended practices to minimize cost.

  • Describe what a service-level agreement (SLA) is and why SLAs are important.

  • Identify factors, such as the service tier you choose, that can affect an SLA.

  • Combine SLAs to compute a composite SLA.

  • Describe the service lifecycle in Azure.

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