Developing Solution of Microsoft Azure AZ-204T00-A (Level 2)

I. Who should enroll?

This course teaches developers how to create end-to-end solutions in Microsoft Azure. Students will learn how to implement Azure compute solutions, create Azure Functions, implement and manage web apps, develop solutions utilizing Azure storage, implement authentication and authorization, and secure their solutions by using KeyVault and Managed Identities. Students will also learn how to connect to and consume Azure services and third-party services, and include event- and message-based models in their solutions. The course also covers monitoring, troubleshooting, and optimizing Azure solutions. Job Role: Developer.

To be successful in this course, learners should have the following:

  • Hands-on experience with Azure IaaS and PaaS solutions, and the Azure Portal.
  • Experience writing in an Azure supported language at the intermediate level. (C#, JavaScript, Python, or Java).
  • Ability to write code to connect and perform operations on, a SQL or NoSQL database product. (SQL Server, Oracle, MongoDB, Cassandra or similar).
  • Experience writing code to handle authentication, authorization, and other security principles at the intermediate level.
  • A general understanding of HTML, the HTTP protocol and REST API interfaces.

II. Outcome

After completed this course, students will be able to learn: 

  • How to build a web application on the Azure App Service platform. 
  • How the platform functions and how to create, configure, scale, secure, and deploy to the App Service platform.
  • Creating Functions apps, and how to integrate triggers and inputs/outputs into the app.
  • How Azure Blob storage works, how to manage data through the hot/cold/archive blob storage lifecycle, and how to use the Azure Blob storage client library to manage data and metadata.
  • How Cosmos DB is structured and how data consistency is managed. 
  • How to create Cosmos DB accounts and create databases, containers, and items by using a mix of the Azure Portal and the .NET SDK.
  • How to create VMs and container images to use in their solutions. 
  • Creating VMs, using ARM templates to automate resource deployment, create and manage Docker images, publishing an image to the Azure Container Registry, and running a container in Azure Container Instances.
  • How to leverage the Microsoft Identity Platform v2.0 to manage authentication and access to resources. 
  • How to use the Microsoft Authentication Library and Microsoft Graph to authenticate a user and retrieve information stored in Azure, and how and when to use Shared Access Signatures.
  • How to secure the information (keys, secrets, certificates) an application uses to access resources. It also covers securing application configuration information.
  • How to publish APIs, create policies to manage information shared through the API, and to manage access to their APIs by using the Azure API Management service.
  • How to use Azure Logic Apps to schedule, automate, and orchestrate tasks, business processes, workflows, and services across enterprises or organizations.
  • How to build applications with event-based architectures.
  • How to build applications with message-based architectures.
  • How to instrument their code for telemetry and how to analyze and troubleshoot their apps.
  • How to use different caching services to improve the performance of their apps.

System Administrators Academy
Sunrise Institute
Online, Physical
Start Date
2023/01/23, 2023/01/28
45hrs (Mon-Fri 6pm-8pm and Weekend2pm-5pm)