AZ-720: Troubleshooting Microsoft Azure Connectivity

Course Description

Networking is essential, particularly when you have cloud-based assets. This course covers the different connectivity issues that a network engineer will typically encounter, and the troubleshooting steps to resolve these issues.

 

Audience Profile

As an Azure network support engineer, you understand that business data is valuable, and needs to be protected from internal and external risks. When you encounter problems with backing up or recovery, you need to know how to approach the problem. In this module, you will learn how to monitor the status of backups, review logs, and troubleshoot common issues that occur when backing up and recovering data.

 

Items in this collection

  • Troubleshooting Business Continuity with Microsoft Azure (6 Units)
  • Troubleshooting name resolution in Microsoft Azure (7 Units)
  • Troubleshooting Cloud and Hybrid Connectivity in Microsoft Azure (8 Units)
  • Platform-as-a-Service Troubleshooting in Microsoft Azure (10 Units)
  • Troubleshooting authentication and access control issues in Microsoft Azure (7 Units)
  • Troubleshooting network security problems with Microsoft Azure (10 Units)
  • Troubleshooting routing, traffic control, and load balancing in Microsoft Azure (8 Units)
  • Troubleshooting connectivity issues with virtual machines in Microsoft Azure (7 Units)
  • Troubleshooting VPN gateways in Microsoft Azure (8 Units)

 

Prerequisites:

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • Experience with networks and hybrid environments, including knowledge of routing, permissions, and account limits

 

Language:

  • English course
  • Labs: English

 

€695.00