Control access to Azure resources

Control access to Azure resources

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 18m | 137 MB

Learn how to secure your cloud environment by successfully incorporating identity management into your Azure strategy. In this course, instructor Gary Grudzinskas covers key considerations for Azure architects related to identity management, authentication, authorization, risk prevention, metrics, and alerts. Gary goes into multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions in Azure. He explains hierarchical considerations in security and identity design structure and describes how role-based access control (RBAC) contributes to identity solutions. Gary discusses how to secure relationships between identities and internet apps, on-premises data, and partner accounts. He also goes over the Azure Key Vault service, Azure Policy, and Azure Blueprint. This course is a valuable resource for Azure architects, as well as anyone preparing for the Microsoft Azure Architect Design (AZ-304) certification exam.
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1 Control access to Azure resources
2 Understanding Microsoft Azure authentication
3 Microsoft Azure identity security solutions
4 Multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions in Microsoft Azure
5 Challenge Recommend an MFA solution
6 Solution Recommend an MFA solution
7 Authentication solutions for an Azure Hybrid Identity
8 Understanding Microsoft Azure authorization
9 Hierarchial structure for security and identity
10 Challenge Recommend a hierarchical structure
11 Solution Recommend a hierarchical structure
12 Developing identity solutions with RBACs
13 Recommending an Azure application identity security solution
14 Recommending an Azure AD managed identity solution
15 Recommending a privileged identity management solution
16 Recommending an Azure Key Vault security solution
17 Developing a B2B solution in Microsoft Azure
18 Understanding Microsoft Azure governance
19 Developing an Azure Policy
20 Developing an Azure Blueprint
21 Azure identity best practices
22 Next steps