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Azure Administration: Manage Subscriptions and Resources

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Learn the technical skills you need to successfully manage Azure subscriptions and resource groups, as well as analyze resource utilization and consumption.

Microsoft Azure continues to make strong headway in public cloud adoptions. With Azure continuing to grow steadily, expertise in this hugely popular cloud computing platform is becoming increasingly more valuable. In this course, instructor Sharon Bennett covers the technical skills needed to successfully manage Azure subscriptions, analyze resource utilization and consumption, and manage resource groups. Learn how to configure cost center quotas and tagging, create a baseline for resources, configure and apply resource locks, and more. This course provides valuable instruction for any Azure administrator, as well as those preparing for the Microsoft Azure Administrator exam (AZ-103) or the Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies exam (AZ-300).


  • Welcome
  • What you need to know
1. Manage Azure Subscriptions
  • Assign administrator roles overview
  • Assign administrator accounts
  • Configure cost center quotas and tagging
  • Azure Policy overview
  • Configure subscription policies
2. Analyze Resource Utilization and Consumption
  • Azure log overview
  • Configure diagnostic settings on resources using the portal
  • Configure diagnostic settings on resources using PowerShell
  • Create a baseline for resources
  • Create and review alerts in Azure Monitor
  • Create and review metrics in Azure Monitor
  • Azure Advisor cost recommendations
  • Manage and report on spend
  • Utilize log search query functions
3. Manage Resource Groups
  • Allocate resource policies using PowerShell
  • Configure and apply resource locks
  • Implement and set tagging on resource groups using PowerShell
  • Moving resources overview
  • Move resources across resource groups
  • Remove resource groups
4. Manage Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • RBAC overview
  • Assign an RBAC role
  • Assign an RBAC role using PowerShell
  • Create a custom role
  • Enable the User Access Administrator
  • Troubleshoot RBAC
  • Next steps

Taught by

Sharon Bennett

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