Your Azure tenant has a structure - very similar to the structure found in a folder structure on a computer disk - a hierarchy of building blocks that you can use to create structure when your environment starts to expand and scale. We look at the formal structures like Management Groups, Subscriptions and Resource Groups but also the less rigid capabilities like Tagging for grouping or segregating resources without having to worry about the formal structures or moving resources around. You will learn how to minimize moving of resources between Resources Groups and Subscriptions along with identifying instances where granular permissions might become an issue. We will also cover examples of how to manage multiple Subscriptions and apply Azure Policies to parts of this structure.
I am passionate about people, process and technology and I spend all my time training customers and partners to use and manage the many cloud services Microsoft has to offer in the Azure space. Training and sharing knowledge is a core passion of mine and I enjoy connecting with people both in person and in a Teams call. I love getting my head around a new piece of technology or software and figuring out analogies to explain the features and benefits and imparting this knowledge in a way that even non-technical people can understand.
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