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Beginner Cloud
Engineering Package

Do you want to become a Cloud Expert?

Our Beginner Cloud Engineering package is made up of 7 Professional Certifications to get you started in your Cloud Engineering career!

‘The Cloud’ refers to the servers that are accessed over the Internet, and the software and databases that run on those servers. Cloud servers are located in data centres all over the world. By using cloud computing, users and companies don't have to manage physical servers themselves or run software applications on their own machines.

If you want to work in a Cloud position, you will need certain certifications to show your skills and knowledge in the Cloud. Our package includes 7 certifications that are designed to be completed in order and lead onto each other in terms of information. Below you can see what certifications are included.

This training package is made up of seven professional certifications, which are are in high demand by employers. These are as follows:

  • Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900)

  • Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals (SC-900)

  • Amazon AWS Cloud Practitioner

  • Microsoft Certified Modern Desktop Administration Associate Windows 10 (MD-100)

  • CompTIA Network+ (N10-007)

  • Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator Associate (AZ-104)

  • Microsoft Office 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert (MCEAE Office 365)

Who Is this package for?

Our Beginner Cloud Engineering Package is for anyone who wants to complete 7 Internationally Recognised Certifications and get started in your Cloud career!

These certifications will help you in your future career in the Cloud industry, validating your Cloud skills and knowledge. We have designed this package for students with limited Cloud and IT experience, so that you can start your journey right at the beginning and work up to expert level.

Do I need prior experience or knowledge In Cloud software or IT?

There are no prerequisites for our Beginner Cloud Engineering Package, as this package will take you from beginner to expert and assumes no prior knowledge. So do not worry if you are completely new to the Cloud, or to using computers and technology at an advanced level. (It is helpful if you can use a PC as an end-user to some level.)

Job roles

You can go into many different job roles after completing our Beginner Cloud Engineering package. There are Cloud roles in almost every company out there, and just some of the positions that you could go into are:

  • Cloud Platform Engineer

  • Microsoft Azure Cloud Native Engineer

  • Development Operations (DevOps) Engineer

  • Cloud Solutions Architect

  • Cloud Infrastructure Engineer

  • + More

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What's included?

  • Accredited training courses from Microsoft, AWS & CompTIA.
  • Official Exams for Microsoft, AWS & CompTIA
  • Official Mock Exams
  • Livelab for your practical work
  • Live webinars
  • One to one support (in class or online)
  • Freephone support with certified trainers
  • Expert tutor support
  • Career Support
  • Recruitment support C.V and LinkedIn formatting
  • Unlimited access for 1 year
  • Official Pearson Vue test centre
  • Flexible payment options
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What Is the average salary for Cloud Engineering jobs?

In the Cloud industry your salary can increase fast, and you can make your way up the ladder quicker than in other industries! Your salary will of course depend on your position and which company you land a role in, but below is an average salary you can expect!

The average salary for Cloud Computing positions is £62,500 p.a (cwjobs.co.uk).

The earning potential is huge, and if you want to get your hands on it then our Beginner Cloud Engineering package will help you get there.

Why choose Robust IT?

Robust IT have delivered courses to thousands of students from different backgrounds, and we are continuing to grow and expand and offer more courses and better options for our students. Robust IT was founded with the mission statement to offer a route into IT for everyone – regardless of background, experience, and financial situation.

Not only are we Microsoft Gold Partners, but we are also partnered with CompTIA, NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) and are a Pearson Vue testing centre.

You can study with confidence when you enrol with us, as all of our trainers and support staff are UK based and fully certified, with many years’ experience training and providing support at all ability levels.

You can work to your own budget and schedule, and we have training centres in London, Essex, Birmingham, and Manchester, as well as online training that you can access anytime from anywhere. When you pass your exams you will receive Official Industry-Recognised Certifications, giving you the best opportunity to prepare for your future career!

We also have an in-house Recruitment team, that will help you look for your first role in the industry and help you with your CV, cover letters, LinkedIn, job applications etc.

How do I get started?

Our Beginner Cloud Engineering package is designed to deliver the knowledge and qualifications you need to get started on your professional Cloud journey.

Contact us by filling out the form below or calling our team, and they will be able to get you started!

What will I learn?

This package is made up of 7 steps, find out what is included below:

Step 1: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900)

Describe Cloud Concepts (20-25%)
Identify the benefits and considerations of using cloud services
  • dentify the benefits of cloud computing, such as High Availability, Scalability, Elasticity, Agility, and Disaster Recovery

  • identify the differences between Capital Expenditure (CapEx) and Operational Expenditure (OpEx)

  • describe the consumption-based model

Describe the differences between categories of cloud services
  • describe the shared responsibility model

  • describe Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)

  • describe Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)

  • describe serverless computing

  • describe Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)

  • identify a service type based on a use case
Describe the differences between types of cloud computing
  • define cloud computing

  • describe Public cloud

  • describe Private cloud

  • describe Hybrid cloud

  • compare and contrast the three types of cloud computing

Describe Core Azure Services (15-20%)
Describe the core Azure architectural components
  • describe the benefits and usage of Regions and Region Pairs

  • describe the benefits and usage of Availability Zones

  • describe the benefits and usage of Resource Groups

  • describe the benefits and usage of Subscriptions

  • describe the benefits and usage of Management Groups

  • describe the benefits and usage of Azure Resource Manager

  • explain Azure resources
Describe core resources available in Azure
  • describe the benefits and usage of Virtual Machines, Azure App Services, Azure Container Instances (ACI), Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), and Windows Virtual Desktop

  • describe the benefits and usage of Virtual Networks, VPN Gateway, Virtual Network peering, and ExpressRoute

  • describe the benefits and usage of Container (Blob) Storage, Disk Storage, File Storage, and storage tiers

  • describe the benefits and usage of Cosmos DB, Azure SQL Database, Azure Database for MySQL, Azure Database for PostgreSQL, and SQL Managed Instance

  • describe the benefits and usage of Azure Marketplace

Describe core solutions and management tools on Azure (10-15%)
Describe core solutions available in Azure
  • describe the benefits and usage of Internet of Things (IoT) Hub, IoT Central, and Azure Sphere

  • describe the benefits and usage of Azure Synapse Analytics, HDInsight, and Azure Databricks

  • describe the benefits and usage of Azure Machine Learning, Cognitive Services and Azure Bot Service

  • describe the benefits and usage of serverless computing solutions that include Azure Functions and Logic Apps

  • describe the benefits and usage of serverless computing solutions that include Azure Functions and Logic Apps
Describe Azure management tools
  • describe the functionality and usage of the Azure Portal, Azure PowerShell, Azure CLI, Cloud Shell, and Azure Mobile App

  • describe the functionality and usage of the Azure Portal, Azure PowerShell, Azure CLI, Cloud Shell, and Azure Mobile App

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Monitor

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Service Health

Describe general security and network security features (10-15%)
Describe Azure security features
  • describe basic features of Azure Security Center, including policy compliance, security alerts, secure score, and resource hygiene

  • describe the functionality and usage of Key Vault

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Sentinel

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Dedicated Hosts
Describe Azure network security
  • describe the concept of defense in depth

  • describe the functionality and usage of Network Security Groups (NSG)

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Firewall

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure DDoS protection

Describe identity, governance, privacy, and compliance features (20-25%)
Describe core Azure identity services
  • explain the difference between authentication and authorization

  • define Azure Active Directory

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Active Directory

  • describe the functionality and usage of Conditional Access, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), and Single Sign-On (SSO)
Describe Azure governance features
  • describe the functionality and usage of Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

  • describe the functionality and usage of resource

  • describe the functionality and usage of tags

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Policy

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Blueprints

  • describe the Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure
Describe privacy and compliance resources
  • describe the Microsoft core tenets of Security, Privacy, and Compliance

  • describe the purpose of the Microsoft Privacy Statement, Product Terms site, and Data Protection Addendum (DPA)

  • describe the purpose of the Trust Center

  • describe the purpose of the Azure compliance documentation

  • describe the purpose of Azure Sovereign Regions (Azure Government cloud services and Azure China cloud services)

Describe Azure cost management and Service Level Agreements (10-15%)
Describe methods for planning and managing costs
  • identify factors that can affect costs (resource types, services, locations, ingress and egress traffic)

  • identify factors that can reduce costs (reserved instances, reserved capacity, hybrid use benefit, spot pricing)

  • describe the functionality and usage of the Pricing calculator and the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculator

  • describe the functionality and usage of Azure Cost Management
Describe Azure Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and service lifecycles
  • describe the purpose of an Azure Service Level Agreement (SLA)

  • identify actions that can impact an SLA (i.e. Availability Zones)

  • describe the service lifecycle in Azure (Public Preview and General Availability)

Step 2: Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals (SC-900)

Describe the Concepts of Security, Compliance, and Identity (5-10%)
Describe security methodologies
  • describe the Zero-Trust methodology

  • describe the shared responsibility model

  • define defense in depth

Describe security concepts
  • describe common threats

  • describe encryption
Describe Microsoft Security and compliance principles
  • describe Microsoft's privacy principles

  • describe the offerings of the service trust portal

Describe the capabilities of Microsoft Identity and Access Management Solutions (25-30%)
Define identity principles/concepts
  • define identity as the primary security perimeter

  • define authentication

  • define authorization

  • describe what identity providers are

  • describe what Active Directory is

  • describe the concept of Federated services

  • define common Identity Attacks
Describe the basic identity services and identity types of Azure AD
  • describe what Azure Active Directory is

  • describe Azure AD identities (users, devices, groups, service principals/applications) describe what hybrid identity is

  • describe the different external identity types (Guest Users)
Describe the authentication capabilities of Azure AD
  • describe the different authentication methods

  • describe the different authentication methods

  • describe password protection and management capabilities

  • describe Multi-factor Authentication

  • describe Windows Hello for Business
Describe access management capabilities of Azure AD
  • describe what conditional access is

  • describe uses and benefits of conditional access

  • describe the benefits of Azure AD roles
Describe the identity protection & governance capabilities of Azure AD
  • describe what identity governance is

  • describe what entitlement management and access reviews is

  • describe the capabilities of PIM

  • describe Azure AD Identity Protection

Describe the capabilities of Microsoft Security Solutions (30-35%)
Describe basic security capabilities in Azure
  • describe Azure Network Security groups

  • describe Azure DDoS protection

  • describe what Azure Firewall is

  • describe what Azure Bastion is

  • describe what Web Application Firewall is

  • describe ways Azure encrypts data
Describe security management capabilities of Azure
  • describe the Azure Security center

  • describe Azure Secure score

  • describe the benefit and use cases of Azure Defender - previously the cloud workload protection platform (CWPP)

  • describe Cloud security posture management (CSPM)

  • describe security baselines for Azure
Describe security capabilities of Azure Sentinel
  • define the concepts of SIEM, SOAR, XDR

  • describe the role and value of Azure Sentinel to provide integrated threat protection
Describe threat protection with Microsoft 365 Defender (formerly Microsoft Threat Protection)
  • describe Microsoft 365 Defender services

  • describe Microsoft Defender for Identity (formerly Azure ATP)

  • describe Microsoft Defender for Office 365 (formerly Office 365 ATP)

  • describe Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (formerly Microsoft Defender ATP)

  • describe Microsoft Cloud App Security
Describe security management capabilities of Microsoft 365
  • describe the Microsoft 365 Security Center

  • describe how to use Microsoft Secure Score

  • describe security reports and dashboards

  • describe incidents and incident management capabilities
Describe endpoint security with Microsoft Intune
  • describe what Intune is

  • describe endpoint security with Intune

  • describe the endpoint security with the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center

Describe the Capabilities of Microsoft Compliance Solutions (25-30%)
Describe the compliance management capabilities in Microsoft
  • describe the compliance center

  • describe compliance manager

  • describe use and benefits of compliance score
describe use and benefits of compliance score
  • describe data classification capabilities

  • describe the value of content and activity explorer

  • describe sensitivity labels

  • describe Retention Polices and Retention Labels

  • describe Records Management

  • describe Data Loss Prevention
Describe insider risk capabilities in Microsoft 365
  • describe data classification capabilities

  • describe Data Loss Prevention
Describe the eDiscovery capabilities of Microsoft 365
  • describe the purpose of eDiscovery

  • describe the capabilities of the content search tool

  • describe the core eDiscovery workflow

  • describe the advanced eDisovery workflow
Describe the audit capabilities in Microsoft 365
  • describe the core audit capabilities of M365

  • describe purpose and value of Advanced Auditing
Describe resource governance capabilities in Azure
  • describe the use of Azure Resource locks

  • describe what Azure Blueprints is

  • define Azure Policy and describe its use cases

  • describe cloud adoption framework

Step 3: Complete AWS Cloud Practitioner

AWS Practitioner

Cert Description

The AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner examination is intended for individuals who have the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively demonstrate an overall understanding of the AWS Cloud, independent of specific technical roles addressed by other AWS Certifications. The exam can be taken at a testing center or from the comfort and convenience of a home or office location as an online proctored exam.

Becoming an AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner is a recommended, optional step toward achieving an Associate-level or Specialty certification.

Course Outline
  • Domain 1: Cloud Concepts (26%)
  • Domain 2: Security and Compliance (25%)
  • Domain 3: Technology (33%)
  • Domain 4: Billing and Pricing (16%)
What you'll learn in this course
  • Define what the AWS Cloud is and the basic global infrastructure
  • Describe basic AWS Cloud architectural principles
  • Describe the AWS Cloud value proposition
  • Describe key services on the AWS platform and their common use cases (for example, compute and analytics)
  • Describe basic security and compliance aspects of the AWS platform and the shared security model
  • Define the billing, account management, and pricing models
  • Identify sources of documentation or technical assistance (for example, whitepapers or support tickets)
  • Describe basic/core characteristics of deploying and operating in the AWS Cloud

Step 4: Complete Windows 10 (MD-100)

Windows 10

Cert Description

If you passed Exam 70-698 before it expired on March 31, 2019, you only need to take MD-101 to earn the Modern Desktop certification. Candidates for this exam are Administrators who deploy, configure, secure, manage, and monitor devices and client applications in an enterprise environment. Candidates manage identity, access, policies, updates, and apps.

As an Administrator, candidates typically collaborate with the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator to design and implement a device strategy that meets the business needs of a modern organization.

Candidates must be familiar with Microsoft 365 workloads and must be proficient and experienced in deploying, configuring, and maintaining Windows 10 and non-Windows devices and technologies.

Course Outline
  • Deploy Windows (15-20%)
  • Manage devices and data (35-40%)
  • Configure connectivity (15-20%)
  • Maintain Windows (25-30%)

Step 5: Complete CompTIA N+ (N10-007)

CompTIA N+

Cert Description

The Network+ Certification Study Guide will teach you the fundamental principles of installing, configuring, and troubleshooting network technologies and help you to progress a career in network administration.

After reading this text, you will be able to:

  • Describe the features of different network protocols and products for LANs, WANs, and wireless networks
  • Understand the functions and features of TCP/IP addressing and protocols
  • Identify threats to network security and appropriate countermeasures and controls
  • Install and configure network cabling and appliances
  • Manage, monitor, and troubleshoot networks
Prerequisites

To get the most out of the CompTIA Network+ Study Guide and be able to prepare for your exam you Ideally, you should have successfully completed the “CompTIA A+ Support Skills” course, earned the CompTIA A+ certification, and have about 9-12 months of experience of networking support or IT administration. It is not necessary that you pass the A+ exams before completing Network+ certification, but it is recommended.

Regardless of whether you have passed A+, it is recommended that you have the following skills and knowledge before starting this course:

  • Configure and support PC, laptop, mobile (smartphone / tablet), and print devices.
  • Know basic network terminology and functions (such as Ethernet, TCP/IP, switches, routers).
  • Configure and manage users, groups, and shared resources in a simple SOHO network.
  • Understand the use of basic access control measures, such as authentication, security policy, encryption, and firewalls.
  • Understand TCP/IP addressing, core protocols and troubleshooting tools.

Step 6: Complete Azure Administrator (AZ-104)

Azure Administrator

Cert Description

Candidates for this exam should have subject matter expertise implementing, managing, and monitoring an organization’s Microsoft Azure environment.

Responsibilities for an Azure Administrator include implementing, managing, and monitoring identity, governance, storage, compute, and virtual networks in a cloud environment, plus provision, size, monitor, and adjust resources, when needed.

An Azure Administrator often serves as part of a larger team dedicated to implementing your organization's cloud infrastructure.

A candidate for this exam should have at least six months of hands-on experience administering Azure, along with a strong understanding of core Azure services, Azure workloads, security, and governance. In addition, this role should have experience using PowerShell, Azure CLI, Azure portal, and Azure Resource Manager templates.

Course Outline
  • Manage Azure identities and governance (15-20%)
  • Implement and manage storage (10-15%)
  • Deploy and manage Azure compute resources (25-30%)
  • Configure and manage virtual networking (30-35%)
  • Monitor and back up Azure resources (10-15%)

Step 7: Microsoft Office 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert

Enterprise Administrator Expert

Cert Description

In this Microsoft 365 Certified Enterprise Administrator Expert training you'll study the skills to evaluate, plan, migrate, deploy and manage Microsoft 365 services. As an official Microsoft Learning Partner, our course follows the Microsoft Official Curriculum and includes official Microsoft practice exams.

Over the course of your training you'll develop fundamental skills required of a Microsoft 365 Enterprise Admin and learn everything you need to pass the exam. Upon finishing the course, you'll be ready to take the 365 Enterprise Administrator Expert certification exam.

The course content includes:
  • Office 365 Management
  • Microsoft 365 Tenant and Service Management
  • Microsoft 365 Identity Management
  • Microsoft 365 Security Management
  • Microsoft 365 Compliance Management
  • Microsoft 365 Device Management

You'll also be prepared for exams MS-100: Microsoft 365 Identity and Services and MS-101: Microsoft 365 Mobility and Security.

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