101 Labs – Microsoft Azure Administrator Associate

Microsoft Azure Administrator labs are an essential part of your study program if you want to pass the highly regarded AZ-104 Azure Administrator Associate exam. Much of the syllabus expects you to know how to securely manage, implement and support the Microsoft Azure environment.

The Microsoft Azure Administrator AZ-104 exam is designed for individuals who want to validate their skills and knowledge in managing and administering an organization’s Microsoft Azure environment.

Updated for the latest exam syllabus:

  • AZ-104

The Microsoft Azure Associate certification requires you passing the tough exam questions, many are based on real-world scenarios and problems. Getting hands-on experience is vital if you want to pass your AZ-104 exam first time (around 40% fail).

101 Labs – Azure Administrator Associate covers many important aspects of the exam including managing users, setting up password recovery, using JSON scripts, setting up and managing roles, PowerShell commands, Azure RBAC, configure storage tiers, manage object replication, and more. We take you by the hand and guide you through the Azure Administrator Associate exam syllabus topics. There are more than $400 worth of practice exams included to guarantee your success come exam day.

This is 100% hands-on training, please use this course along with your study guide or classroom course. We DO NOT teach theory on this website.

The Azure Administrator Associate certification is the perfect starting block for a range of careers including:

  • Azure Administrators: This is the primary audience for the exam. They are responsible for implementing, managing, and monitoring Azure resources like virtual networks, storage, compute, identity, security, and governance.
  • IT Professionals with Azure Experience: If you have experience working with Azure in other roles like cloud architects, DevOps engineers, or IT support specialists, this exam can help validate and deepen your Azure administration skills.
  • Individuals Transitioning to Cloud Administration: Aspiring Azure administrators or those looking to move from on-premises IT to cloud administration can benefit from this certification to demonstrate their foundational understanding of Azure management.


Follow along every step of the way as our expert instructor shares tips and secrets you can use not only to pass the exam but to succeed in the real world of  Azure cloud networking. We only ever use industry experts to create your labs and never IT Trainers. Your course instructor configures, supports and troubleshoots the Azure networks for a large corporation.

Take this course if you want to:

  • Validate your Azure administration skills: The certification demonstrates your understanding of Azure management best practices and helps you stand out in the job market.
  • Increase your career opportunities: The AZ-104 is a highly sought-after certification, leading to higher earning potential and career advancement opportunities.
  • Expand your knowledge and expertise: Preparing for the exam deepens your understanding of Azure concepts and best practices, improving your overall Azure administration skills.
  • Stay current with Azure: The exam content aligns with the latest Azure features and functionalities, ensuring you’re up-to-date with Azure advancements.

Other Reasons Include:

  • You want to lay a foundation for a career in Azure
  • Have an interest in cloud networking
  • Don’t feel ready for advanced exams
  • Want an understanding of Azure tools and technology
  • Want to gain confidence in your hands-on IT skills
  • Want to gain an edge in your AZ- 104 exam
  • Want access to four AZ-104 practice tests (200 questions)

Typical Azure Administrator Careers

This certification will prepare you for the following career paths:

  • Azure Administrator: This is the most direct path, where you’ll be responsible for managing and monitoring Azure resources across various domains like compute, storage, networking, security, and identity.
  • Junior Azure Administrator: If you’re new to Azure or transitioning from other IT roles, this entry-level position allows you to gain hands-on experience and build your Azure administration skills.
  • Senior Azure Administrator: With more experience and expertise, you can advance to this role, taking on complex tasks like automation, infrastructure design, and troubleshooting critical issues.
  • Cloud Support Specialist: You’ll provide technical support to Azure users, troubleshooting problems and ensuring smooth operation of cloud resources.
  • Cloud Engineer: This role combines Azure administration with development skills, focusing on building and deploying applications on the Azure platform.
  • DevOps Engineer: You’ll bridge the gap between development and operations, utilizing Azure tools and automation to streamline the software delivery process.
Module 1 Manage Azure Identities and Governance
Unit 1 Setting Up Free Azure Account  
Unit 2 Create Entra ID Internal User  
Unit 3 Create Entra ID External User  
Unit 4 Manage Entra ID User Roles  
Unit 5 Manage Entra ID Group  
Unit 6 Create New Tenant  
Unit 7 Self Service Password Reset-1  
Unit 8 Self Service Password Reset-2  
Unit 9 Built-in Azure Roles  
Unit 10 Scope in Azure RBAC  
Unit 11 Azure PowerShell AZModule  
Unit 12 Azure Command Line Interface  
Unit 13 Assign Role Using Azure Portal  
Unit 21 Assign Role Using PowerShell and CLI  
Unit 22 Interpret Access Assignment  
Unit 23 Azure Policy  
Unit 24 Azure Tags  
Unit 25 Assign Azure Policy  
Unit 26 Evaluate Azure Policy  
Unit 27 Resource Locks  
Unit 28 Create Resource Group  
Unit 29 Manage Resource Group  
Unit 30 Manage Subscription (Part-1)  
Unit 31 Manage Subscription (Part-2)  
Unit 32 Manage Management Group  
Unit 33 Cost Analysis  
Unit 34 Cost Alerts and Budget  
Module 2 Implement and Manage Storage
Unit 8 Create Storage Account  
Unit 9 Create a Container  
Unit 10 Upload and Read Blob  
Unit 11 Configure Azure Storage Firewalls and Virtual Networks (part-1)  
Unit 12 Configure Azure Storage Firewalls and Virtual Networks (part-2)  
Unit 13 Create and Use Shared Access Signature (SAS) Tokens  
Unit 14 Create or Modify a Stored Access Policy  
Unit 15 Description  
Unit 16 Manage Storage Account Access Keys (part-1)  
Unit 17 Manage Storage Account Access Keys (part-2)  
Unit 18 Azure Files  
Unit 19 Azure Storage Redundancy  
Unit 20 Configure Object Replication  
Unit 21 Azure Data Encryption at Rest (part-1)  
Unit 22 Azure Data Encryption at Rest (part-2)  
Unit 23 Azure Storage Explorer  
Unit 24 AzCopy  
Unit 25 Storage Tier for Blob Data  
Unit 26 Configure Snapshots and Soft Delete for Azure fRies  
Unit 27 Configure Blob Lifecycle Management  
Unit 28 Blob Versioning  
Unit 29 Create ARM Template  
Module 3 Deploy and Manage Azure Compute Resources
Unit 10 Deploy ARM Template  
Unit 11 Create Bicep File  
Unit 12 Deploy Bicep File  
Unit 13 Create Windows Virtual Machine  
Unit 14 Create Linux Virtual Machine  
Unit 15 Move Virtual Machine (PT-1)  
Unit 16 Move Virtual Machine (PT-2)  
Unit 17 Azure Disk Encryption  
Unit 18 Manage Virtual Machine Sizes  
Unit 19 Manage Virtual Machine Disks -Windows  
Unit 20 Manage Virtual Machine Disks -Linux  
Unit 21 Deploy VM to Availability Zones  
Unit 22 Deploy VM to Availability Sets  
Unit 23 Deploy and Configure VM Scale Sets  
Unit 24 Azure Container Registry  
Unit 25 Pull Docker Images  
Unit 26 Push Docker Images  
Unit 27 Azure Container Instance  
Unit 28 Create a Sample App  
Unit 29 Create a Web App  
Unit 30 Deploy a Web App  
Module 4 Implement and Manage Virtual Networking
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Module 5 Monitor and Maintain Azure Resources
There are no units in this module.