Azure for Architects: Design a Storage Strategy

Azure for Architects: Design a Storage Strategy
Azure for Architects: Design a Storage Strategy
English | MP4 | AVC 1280Ă—720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 01m | 260 MB

All architects working with the cloud need a strong understanding of storage: a foundational element of any application’s success. Microsoft has added performance, security, and other enhancements that make Azure a great choice. This course covers the options, pricing, and technical requirements for designing a storage strategy with Azure. Review the options and tiers available, discover how to choose the right one for your needs, and learn how to estimate and reduce your costs. Instructor Scott Duffy, a Microsoft Azure expert, also discusses Azure storage services, storage management, and the shared responsibility model of security in Azure.

Note: This course can also be used for prepping for the storage portion of exam AZ-301, Microsoft Azure Architect Design.

Topics include:

  • Azure storage options
  • Storage access tiers
  • Managing storage performance and scaling
  • Storage types: blob, file, table, and queue
  • Estimating costs
  • Storing data on virtual machines
  • Implementing security
  • Copying data with AZCopy
  • Accessing storage with PowerShell
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Architecting an Azure Storage strategy
2 What you should know

Azure Storage for Files and Objects
3 Exploring Azure Storage options
4 Choosing between managed and unmanaged storage
5 Choosing between standard and premium storage
6 Selecting storage access tiers
7 Storage lifecycle
8 Understanding storage redundancy and backup
9 Read-access geo-redundant storage
10 Managing storage performance and scaling
11 Designing a storage provisioning strategy

Azure Storage Services
12 Create a storage account
13 Understanding blob storage
14 Understanding file storage
15 Understanding table storage
16 Understanding queue storage
17 Understanding additional Azure Storage services
18 Estimating Azure Storage costs

Using Storage with Virtual Machines
19 Storing VM data onto data disks
20 Creating an Azure data disk
21 Moving data disks between VMs
22 Azure data disk best practices

Storage Security
23 Understanding the challenges of Azure security
24 Role-based access control model of Azure security
25 Managing Azure Storage access keys
26 Using Azure Key Vault for security
27 Creating shared access signatures
28 Enabling virtual network service endpoints
29 Encrypting Azure Storage data
30 Designing a storage access strategy

Tools for Managing Storage
31 Using Azure Storage Explorer
32 Copy files with AzCopy
33 Using PowerShell and CLI to access storage

Conclusion
34 Next steps