Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jan 18, 2018
Duration
2h 35m
Description

Building enterprise solutions in Azure IaaS is complex. The platform is rapidly changing. In this course, Auditing Your Azure Assets for Security and Best Practices, you will be given real world advice and guidance to help you tackle the ever-changing Azure world. This course has been designed to highlight the areas where mistakes are often made. First, you will learn about the four pillars of good Azure design: Security, Performance, Support, and Cost. Next, you will explore the major pitfalls with Service Level Agreements, Network, Virtual Machines, Storage, and Backup. Finally, course moves on to cover Azure Advisor and the Security Centre and also perimeter device options. By the end of the course, you will have a different view of Azure and you will be armed with a better understanding of the platform.

About the author
About the author

Gavin has worked in the IT industry for 20 years focusing on infrastructure and cloud. Gavin spent 7 years working for Microsoft Ireland. Gavin now works as a Freelancer/Independent Consultant.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi there. My name is Gavin, and welcome to my course, Auditing Your Azure Assets for Security and Best Practice. This course is designed to give you real-world advice and guidance in the ever-changing world of Azure. The course was designed to highlight the areas where mistakes are often made, and we're going to use four pillars to guide you through the course. The pillars are security, performance, support, and cost. Some of the major topics we will cover include service level agreements and why they're important, auditing and reviewing network, virtual machines, storage, and backup in Azure. We'll spend some time going through the Azure Advisor and the importance of the security center. And finally, we'll discuss some of the perimeter devices and security options you have in Azure. By the end of the course, you'll know most of the mistakes I've made over the years, and I'm more than happy to share them with you. The Azure world is changing quickly, but this course will give you a core understanding and the best approaches for auditing and securing your environment. I hope you'll join me on this journey through the land of pillars, audits, security, SLAs, and random anecdotes. This is the Auditing Your Azure Assets for Security and Best Practices course at Pluralsight.