Networking is essential, particularly when you have cloud-based assets. This learning path covers the different connectivity issues that a network engineer will typically encounter, and the troubleshooting steps to resolve these issues.
Businesses rely on data and if systems fail, data backups must be reliable so that data can be recovered. This module covers some of the issues you may encounter when troubleshooting Azure backup and recovery.
Name resolution is the process of matching the name of a computer to its network address. This module looks at name resolution issues for public networks, private networks, and internal networks that connect to Azure.
Troubleshooting cloud and hybrid connectivity includes Microsoft ExpressRoute, Azure virtual networks, and Azure Virtual WAN. This module enables you to manage and troubleshoot different network configurations to support your organization’s needs.
Microsoft Azure has a sophisticated authentication and access control system to provide high security. Azure Active Directory (AD) authentication includes Self-service password reset, multifactor authentication, hybrid integration, and passwordless authentication.
Network configuration and the use of Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) is integral to the success of collaborative working. In this module, we'll look at how to monitor and troubleshoot site-to-site and point-to-site VPNs.