Microsoft Azure makes it easy to deploy and manage enterprise-scale SQL Server databases from the convenience of your web browser. In this course, you'll learn about providing stability and high availability for your cloud-based SQL Server databases.
Managing your SQL Server database can be so much easier if done with the Azure cloud rather than in an on-premises environment. This course, Implementing Storage for Microsoft Azure Infrastructure (70-533), will teach you how to do just that. This course also covers every related objective on Microsoft certification exam 70-533, Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions. You'll learn how you can migrate your on-premises SQL Server databases to the Azure public cloud. You'll also figure out how to implement geo-replication to ensure your SQL Server databases remain highly available. Finally, you'll cover how to administer Azure SQL databases using the tools you're already accustomed to. By the end of this course, you'll be more prepared for the 70-533 exam, and you'll also have the knowledge you need to deploy and manage SQL Server databases in the Azure cloud with ease.
Implement Blobs Hello there and welcome to Pluralsight. Welcome to the course entitled Implementing Storing for Microsoft Azure Infrastructure (70-533). This is the first module in that course, and its title is Implement Blobs. Let's take just a moment to look at our learning path for our Microsoft Exam 70-533. I created the first course as a steppingstone to get you into the content. Each content domain on the Microsoft Learning website reflects how we've divided up our courses, course on web apps, virtual machines, cloud services, that's done by my Pluralsight colleague Razi, implement storage, that's where we are now of course, Azure Active Directory, and finally, implement virtual networks. I have seven modules for you in this Implement Storage course. Of course we're at the beginning, of course, of course, and we're at the beginning of that journey, and we'll learn about blobs today. Then we get into Azure Files, configuring the Import/Export Service, managing access, configure diagnostics, monitoring, and analytics, implementing and configuring SQL databases, and then wrapping up with recovery services. Alright, I told you we're going to learn about blobs, specifically what does that mean. I want you to walk away from this module with a good understanding of what blobs are and how blob storage works in the Microsoft Azure public cloud. We're also, besides the theory, going to learn to configure blob storage, including, and these come directly from the exam blueprint, setting metadata on a container, reading and editing data that's going to involve permissions, and then finally, performing an asynchronous blob copy. You know how it goes with me, whenever there's a word that's a potential landmine or a potential unfamiliarity, you know I'll define it. So let's get started with our vocabulary and dive right in to the material.
Implement Recovery Services Hello there and welcome to Pluralsight. My name is Tim Warner, and this module is entitled Implement Recovery Services. Let's buzz through our Pluralsight learning path for Microsoft Exam 70-533, Azure Implementation. First we have a brief Prepare to Pass module, and then the content itself comes rolling in, first with web apps, then virtual machines, then cloud services, then storage, which is the course that we're finishing today actually. Two more to go, Azure Active Directory and virtual networks. The 533 is a broad and deep skillset indeed. We have seven modules in the Implement Storage course, and we're actually finishing out the course, as I said, today. The first module was on blob storage, then we did Azure File storage, Import and Export Service, manage access, diagnostics monitoring and analytics. We just came out of SQL databases, and now we're doing recovery services today. This may be an eagerly anticipated module for you, because after all, a big driver for Microsoft Azure is its capability to serve as a Disaster Recovery repository, or DR site. So we're going to cover the following exam objectives. One, we're going to sweep up some shavings from the previous module in which we'll cover Azure SQL Database backup and restore, specifically the exam objectives call for us reviewing point-in-time, or PIT restore. Then I want you to understand what Azure Recovery services is, the product portfolio. We'll implement storage for backup and disaster recovery, we'll configure Azure Backup, which includes creating a back vault, installing the backup agent, and then actually performing backups and restores.