• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

Discover how Azure file shared and databases can be used to address business needs and explore use of storage account permissions, mapping file shares for Windows and Linux, database deployment, table storage, and database replicas. This 14-video course helps prepare for AZ-300: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies certification exam. Key concepts covered here include how to determine which permissions should be granted for storage account access; how to enable cloud-based shared folders in Azure; and how to map a mount point to an Azure file share. Next, learn how to synchronize on-premises files with Azure; learn database options such as partitioning, SQL elastic pools, and how to use code to create, read, update, and delete tables; and learn how to use the portal to deploy a cloud-based SQL database. You will observe how to create Azure SQL DB replicas; learn to configure Azure table storage using Storage Explorer; and learn to determine when data warehousing should be used. Finally, learners see how to enable storage account analytics, and how to deploy a Cosmos DB NoSQL solution.

Learning Objectives

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Framework Connections

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