Expanded Library

Mastering Microsoft Azure Resource Manager Architecture

by James Bannan

This course will teach you the fundamental nature of Azure Resource Manager and how to translate this knowledge into structured solution architectures which are designed to meet specific business requirements.

What you'll learn

Solution architectures in Microsoft Azure almost always consist of multiple resources and services integrated together to produce a coherent, robust platform. Understanding how Azure works at a fundamental level is critical to comprehending, building, and deploying complex solutions which meet business needs.

In this course, Mastering Microsoft Azure Resource Manager Architecture, you’ll learn the foundations of Azure’s resource model.

First, you’ll explore how to interact with Microsoft Azure at the resource level using different CLI tools, and see how to interpret the results. Next, you’ll discover how the resource model works when designing and deploying service-based solution architectures. Finally, you’ll learn how to apply this knowledge to understand, deploy, and secure a modular infrastructure-based solution architecture.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Azure Resource Manager needed to understand solution architectures, describe the interactions between individual resources and solution components, and match solution functionality to meet business requirements.

Table of contents

Course Overview

About the author

James Bannan is a consultant based in Melbourne, Australia. He has worked in the IT industry for over 18 years and has worked in a variety of roles, from helpdesk to systems administration and now as a consultant. He is a published author, having written many articles for both print and online publications as well as a book on System Center Configuration Manager. James is an experienced public speaker and was awarded the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award from Microsoft for eight years in a ... more

Ready to upskill? Get started