Explore fundamental cloud technology principles and service offerings in the context of Microsoft cloud services.
- [Instructor] Cloud adoption is growing and this is likely to continue, as we've become more mobile and internet-connected. With new technologies come new opportunities, and I want you to grasp them. I'll provide you with the skills you need to become proficient with the cloud and become confident in embracing these new, cloud-based services. Hi, I'm Andrew Bettany, and I've been a Microsoft MVP since 2012 and consulting on cloud technologies for over 15 years. In this course, I'll walk you through the basic building blocks that cloud services use. I'll demonstrate how Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Intune deliver best-in-class online services for enterprises. You'll learn the principles of cloud technology and cloud deployment models. Once the foundation is laid out, I'll get hands-on with signing up for a Microsoft 365 trial and configuring Microsoft Intune. If you're ready, grab your gear and let's get started with Explore Cloud Services.
- Cloud principles and delivery mechanisms
- Managing privacy in the cloud
- Meeting compliance goals
- Cloud availability
- Monitoring service health and maintenance
- Cloud services and their characteristics
- Identifying requirements of Microsoft cloud services
- Signing up for cloud services
- Configuring cloud services
- Configuring Microsoft Intune
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Cloud Principles and Delivery Mechanisms
2. Cloud Security Requirements and Policies
3. Cloud Updates and Availability
Cloud availability1m 6s
4. Types of Cloud Services
5. Identify Requirements of Microsoft Cloud Services
6. Sign Up for Cloud Services
7. Configure Cloud Services
8. Cloud-Based Device Management
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