Modules in this learning path

Create an Azure Storage account with the correct options for your business needs.

Azure provides a variety of disk storage options for virtual machine workloads. Identify the features of capabilities of each type to ensure your application performs optimally.

Evaluate and choose a redundancy option for Azure Storage. Create a storage account and blob container to demonstrate replication. Initiate storage account failover to the secondary region.

Learn how Azure Storage provides multilayered security to protect your data. Find out how to use access keys, to secure networks, and to use Advanced Threat Protection to proactively monitor your system.

Azure Storage Explorer allows you to quickly view all the storage services under your account. You can browse through, read, and edit data stored in those services through a user-friendly graphical interface.

Evaluate Azure Import/Export to copy data from Azure Blob storage to an on-premises server. Create an export job in your Azure Storage account. Get the BitLocker keys to unlock the drives that you receive.

Evaluate Azure Data Box family to import terabytes (TBs) of data from a local computer to Azure Blob storage. Order disks. Copy data to disks and return them. Verify that the data is uploaded to Azure.

Evaluate the requirements for Azure File Sync. Deploy the Storage Sync Service to replicate files from Windows Server to the Azure file share. Test and troubleshoot file sync between the file shares.

Moving data as fast as possible is good for business. Learn about disk performance in Azure, how caching can help optimize read and write access to storage, and how to enable caching to help optimize the performance of Azure VM disks.