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Azure, Office 365, and Exchange Server 2016: Making Cloud Solutions Work Together with the Local DataCenter LiveLessons (Video Training), Downloadable Video

Azure, Office 365, and Exchange Server 2016: Making Cloud Solutions Work Together with the Local DataCenter LiveLessons (Video Training), Downloadable Video

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  • Copyright 2017
  • Edition: 1st
  • Online Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-476105-7
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-476105-3

8+ Hours of Video Instruction


Takes the ambiguity out of the Microsoft cloud by showing how to make various Microsoft cloud solutions, including Azure, Office 365, and Exchange Server 2016 among others, work together with each other and with resources in the local datacenter.


Overview


This video is completely hands on, starting at square one and showing everything you need to do to deploy each environment correctly and to establish seamless functionality between the environments.

  • Explains how to link all of Microsoft’s major cloud platforms together and make them work seamlessly with resources in the local datacenter.
  • Covers identity federation, which is a major issue for organizations that use multiple clouds.
  • Teaches methods for managing resources such as users, devices, and applications in multi-cloud environments, and explains how those methods differ from those used in a traditional Windows Server environment.

Skill Level

  • Beginner to Intermediate


Learn How To

  • Deploy Microsoft Exchange
  • Deploy System Center Virtual Machine Manager
  • Create a hybrid Exchange Server deployment with Office 365
  • Configure Office 365 to use Azure AD
  • Create virtual machines in Azure and Hyper-V and manage them using Virtual Machine Manager
  • Manage mobile devices using Intune


Who Should Take This Course


Anyone who needs to make their on-premises Microsoft servers work with public cloud services such as Office 365, Microsoft Azure, or Microsoft Intune


Course Requirements


A basic understanding of Windows Server and general networking.


Table of Contents


Lesson 1 Build the Management Network
1.1 Understand Microsoft's Approach to the Cloud
1.2 Plan the Network Infrastructure
1.3 Register the Required Domain Names
1.4 Create the Management Domain
1.5 Deploy Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V
 
Lesson 2 Prepare the Management Network for Use
2.1 Install System Center Virtual Machine Manager
2.2 Prepare Virtual Machine Storage
2.3 Configure the Virtual Switch
2.4 Create a Failover Cluster
2.5 Use Cluster Aware Updating
 
Lesson 3 Create the Lab Domain
3.1 Deploy the Lab Domain Controller
3.2 Make the Domain Controller Highly Available
 
Lesson 4 Deploy Exchange Server
4.1 Prepare the Active Directory
4.2 Deploy a Mailbox Server
4.3 Configure the E-Mail Address Policy
4.4 Configure the DNS Server
4.5 Deploy an Edge Server
4.6 Create an Edge Subscription
4.7 Create User Accounts and Mailboxes
4.8 Test Mail Flow
 
Lesson 5 Use Resources on Office 365
5.1 Create an Office 365 Subscription
5.2 Connect Outlook to a Local Exchange Mailbox
5.3 Extend a Domain to Office 365
5.4 Create Mailboxes on Exchange Online
5.5 Manage Hybrid Exchange
5.6 Migrate Exchange Mailboxes to Office 365
 
Lesson 6 Make Use of Microsoft Azure
6.1 Create an Azure Subscription
6.2 Deploy Azure AD Connect
6.3 Configure Office 365 to Use Azure AD
 
Lesson 7 Create Azure Virtual Machines
7.1 Create a VM in Azure
7.2 Connect Virtual Machine Manager to Azure
7.3 Connect to an Azure VM
 
Lesson 8 Extend Your Network to Azure
8.1 Understand the Need for Better Azure Connectivity
8.2 Deploy an RRAS Server
8.3 Create an Azure Gateway
8.4 Configure the Routing and Remote Access Server

Lesson 9 Establish Mobile Device Support
9.1 Configure Mobile Mailbox Access
9.2 Configure InTune
9.3 Test Mobile Device Connectivity


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Table of Contents

Lesson 1 Build the Management Network
1.1 Understand Microsoft's Approach to the Cloud
1.2 Plan the Network Infrastructure
1.3 Register the Required Domain Names
1.4 Create the Management Domain
1.5 Deploy Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V
 
Lesson 2 Prepare the Management Network for Use
2.1 Install System Center Virtual Machine Manager
2.2 Prepare Virtual Machine Storage
2.3 Configure the Virtual Switch
2.4 Create a Failover Cluster
2.5 Use Cluster Aware Updating
 
Lesson 3 Create the Lab Domain
3.1 Deploy the Lab Domain Controller
3.2 Make the Domain Controller Highly Available
 
Lesson 4 Deploy Exchange Server
4.1 Prepare the Active Directory
4.2 Deploy a Mailbox Server
4.3 Configure the E-Mail Address Policy
4.4 Configure the DNS Server
4.5 Deploy an Edge Server
4.6 Create an Edge Subscription
4.7 Create User Accounts and Mailboxes
4.8 Test Mail Flow
 
Lesson 5 Use Resources on Office 365
5.1 Create an Office 365 Subscription
5.2 Connect Outlook to a Local Exchange Mailbox
5.3 Extend a Domain to Office 365
5.4 Create Mailboxes on Exchange Online
5.5 Manage Hybrid Exchange
5.6 Migrate Exchange Mailboxes to Office 365
 
Lesson 6 Make Use of Microsoft Azure
6.1 Create an Azure Subscription
6.2 Deploy Azure AD Connect
6.3 Configure Office 365 to Use Azure AD
 
Lesson 7 Create Azure Virtual Machines
7.1 Create a VM in Azure
7.2 Connect Virtual Machine Manager to Azure
7.3 Connect to an Azure VM
 
Lesson 8 Extend Your Network to Azure
8.1 Understand the Need for Better Azure Connectivity
8.2 Deploy an RRAS Server
8.3 Create an Azure Gateway
8.4 Configure the Routing and Remote Access Server

Lesson 9 Establish Mobile Device Support
9.1 Configure Mobile Mailbox Access
9.2 Configure InTune
9.3 Test Mobile Device Connectivity

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