HP Training Schulung - HPE Deep Dive training for Microsoft Azure Stack

HP Training Schulung - HPE Deep Dive training for Microsoft Azure Stack

This course will provide students with the knowledge required to evaluate, configure, test and deploy Azure Stack. Through lectures and labs, students will gain the knowledge and hands-on experience necessary to understand key features and components of Azure Stack.


    • Module 1
      • Introduction & lab setup
      • Introduces the course and provides guidance about how to connect to the Azure Stack Development Kit lab environment
    • Module 2
      • Azure Public Cloud Services
      • Covers the basics of the Azure Public cloud
      • Azure Stack services
      • This topic introduces Azure Stack and provides a high-level overview of Azure Stack key topics, such as:
      • Azure Stack is an appliance
      • Delivers a Software Driven Datacenter (SDDC) approach
      • Provides Infrastructure and Platform capabilities as true services
      • Azure Stack Development Kit is free but requires substantial hardwar
      • Must use OEM hardware solution for production workloads
      • Can be used alone, or integrated with other onpremises solutions or Azure Public to deliver hybrid solutions
    • Module 3
      • Azure Stack portal
      • Introduces the Azure Stack portal, which can be used to configure Azure Stack resources and curate content when logged in as an administrator, and used to provision resources when logged in as a tenant. Azure Stack service provisioning
      • Covers plans, subscriptions, offers and services, which are fundamental building blocks of Azure Stack, and important to understand how these work and are configured.
      • This topic also covers portal delegation which might be of interest if a student is a service provider that intends to resell Azure Stack services to their internal or external customers.
    • Module 4
      • PowerShell for Azure
      • Discusses the basics of how to navigate PowerShell modules and commands in general, and Azure Stack related modules in particular
    • Module 5
      • Azure Stack in your datacenter
      • Explains how Microsoft with partners, such as HPE, have taken battle tested technologies that operate at hyper-scale and have “shrunken” them down into an appliance.
      • Azure Stack architecture
      • Covers key architecture components, such as ARM and Resource Providers, and also introduces the various infrastructure roles that make up Azure Stack
    • Module 6
      • Azure Stack topology
      • Provides an overview of Azure Stack regions, scale units and servers.
      • Azure Stack networking
      • Gives an introduction to the software-defined network components
    • Module 7
      • Usage, billing and the market place
    • Module 8
      • Azure Resource Manager 101
      • Discusses Azure Resource Manager (ARM) basics. Having a good understanding of how to use ARM to manage and automate deployments and resources is very important. It makes Azure agile and responsive to application needs.
    • Module 9
      • Azure Resource Manager
      • Details how to work with ARM template authoring and deployment. Students will see how to use ARM templates, PowerShell and Visual Studio to interact with the Azure Resource Manager.
    • Module 10
      • Azure Stack security
      • Covers how to manage Role Based Access Control (RBAC) to managed resource authorization.
      • Just Enough Administration (JEA)
      • Overview of how to use JEA to give fine-grained control over server resources when connecting using PowerShell.
      • Storage access keys
      • Explains how to manager access keys to storage accounts
      • Azure Security Center
      • Covers how to use the Security Center to monitor and act on security alerts.
      • ARM policies
      • Outlines how to control ARM templates and why it’s different from RBAC.
      • Identity
      • Provides an overview of identity providers and identity federation.
      • Azure Stack key vault
      • Covers how to protect and manage keys and secrets such as storage keys in the cloud.
    • Module 11
      • Azure Active Directory
      • Introduces Azure Active Directory and how it integrates with Azure Stack.
    • Module 12
      • Azure Backup
      • Covers how to implement and use Azure Backup with, or instead of, more traditional backup methods. It’s not using Azure Stack, but the public cloud to securely store onpremises and cloud artifacts.
      • Azure Site Recovery
      • Explains how to protect your environment by automating the replication of virtual machines, based on policies that you set and control. Azure Site Recovery can protect Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware, and physical servers, and you can use Azure or your secondary datacenter as your recovery site.
    • Module 13
      • Resource monitoring
      • Reviews the Health Resource Provider and how it provides health state and alerts.
      • External monitoring
      • Gives a brief overview of the SCOM management pack for Azure Stack and an example of a Nagios monitoring plugin that uses Python to integrate with the Health Resource API.
    • Module 14
      • Physical networking
      • Covers the physical networking components in more detail.
      • Logical networking
      • Covers Azure Stack subnetting and virtual IP addressing
    • Module 15
      • Virtual networks
      • Discusses software defined networking components and it’s architecture. The main components covered are virtual networks and Software Load Balancer. There is also an introduction to cross-premises connectivity. Module 16
      • Hybrid networking
      • Covers the four cross-network connectivity options that can be used for cross-premises or on-premises to cloud connectivity:
      • Site-to-site VPN is a secure connection between your on-premises site and your virtual network over the internet.
      • VNet-to-VNet VPN is a secure connection between two Azure virtual networks.Point-to-site VPN is a secure connection between your Windows-based computer and your virtual network without having to deploy any special software.
      • ExpressRoute is a private connection between an Azure datacenter and an on premises datacenter over a leased line.
    • Module 17
      • Internet of Things (IoT)
      • Discusses how to manage IoT devices with Azure clouds, both public and private. Students will get a better understanding of HPE’s cloud strategy and how it helps HPE customers figure out their right mix of private and public cloud.
    • Module 18
      • Azure Stack PaaS
      • Explains how to setup and configure PaaS for Azure Stack with focus on the App, SQL Server and MySQL resource providers.
    • Module 19
      • Azure Stack IaaS
      • Covers the Compute Resource Provider architecture and how to work with compute and storage resources. It will introduce how to use IaaS for traditional workloads as well as for microservices deployment.
    • Module 20
      • Windows Server 2016
      • Although not directly related to Azure Stack, Windows Server 2016 introduces new features that will help with deploying on-premises and hybrid cloud solutions. Two of those features, containers and software defined storage, are explained in this module
      • Container deployment
      • Shows how to use containers to manage software.
    • Appendix A
      • HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack
      • This presentation was developed to educate enterprise accounts about the HPE ProLiant for Azure Stack offering. The presentation covers how the HPE Azure Stack appliance fits into a customer’s existing datacenter infrastructure. It also covers HPE ProLiant hardware configuration options.

Voraussetzungen für den Kurs

Before attending this course, students should have experience with the following topics and technologies • Working knowledge of Microsoft Azure • Working knowledge of Windows Server • Working knowledge of Hyper-V • Working knowledge of Active Directory • Working knowledge of PowerShell
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