Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse Course Overview

Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse Course Overview

The Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse course is designed to educate learners about Microsoft's hybrid and multi-cloud management solutions. In Module 1, participants dive deep into Azure Arc, exploring its capabilities to extend Azure management and services to any infrastructure, including servers, Kubernetes clusters, and data services. The module covers integration with Azure services, onboarding on-premises servers, and practical management of hybrid environments, culminating in a hands-on demo and lab exercises.

Module 2 shifts focus to Azure Lighthouse, offering an overview of its use cases, architecture, and how it enables service providers to manage customer resources across Azure tenants. The implementation techniques are further solidified through a demo and lab session. This course aims to prepare individuals for Azure Arc certification, providing essential knowledge for those looking to master Microsoft Azure Arc and its applications in modern IT environments.

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Course Prerequisites

Certainly! Here are the minimum required prerequisites for successfully undertaking training in the Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse course:


  • Basic understanding of cloud computing concepts, including what public, private, and hybrid cloud models are.
  • Fundamental knowledge of Microsoft Azure services and the Azure portal interface.
  • Familiarity with general networking concepts such as IP addressing, Domain Name System (DNS), and firewalls.
  • Basic experience with Windows and Linux operating systems, including the use of command-line interfaces and remote desktop.
  • An understanding of server management and maintenance principles.
  • Knowledge of Kubernetes and containerization concepts is beneficial for the Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes section.
  • Awareness of database concepts and data services is helpful for understanding Azure Arc-enabled data services.
  • For those parts of the course involving hands-on lab work, it's advantageous to have some experience with PowerShell or Azure CLI for administrative tasks.

Please note that while prior experience with these concepts will be beneficial, the course is designed to guide participants through the necessary learning to understand and work with Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse effectively.


Target Audience for Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse

  1. This course offers in-depth training on Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse, targeting IT professionals focused on hybrid cloud solutions and management.


  2. Target audience for the Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse course:


  • IT Administrators looking to manage hybrid cloud environments
  • Cloud Architects interested in implementing Azure Arc in complex scenarios
  • DevOps Engineers responsible for deploying and managing Kubernetes across various infrastructures
  • Systems Engineers seeking to extend Azure management to on-premises servers
  • Infrastructure Engineers aiming to unify multi-cloud and on-premises management
  • Data Engineers/Data Platform Specialists focusing on Azure Arc-enabled data services
  • Security Professionals interested in centralized management and governance across different cloud environments
  • IT Operations Managers overseeing diverse IT landscapes
  • Technical Decision Makers evaluating cloud management solutions
  • Cloud Consultants designing and implementing hybrid cloud strategies for clients
  • MSP (Managed Service Providers) personnel seeking to leverage Azure Lighthouse for customer management


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse?

  1. Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes: This course equips learners with comprehensive knowledge of Azure Arc and Azure Lighthouse, enabling seamless management of hybrid cloud environments and multi-tenant service operations.

  2. Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the fundamentals of Azure Arc and its capabilities in extending Azure management to any infrastructure.
  • Learn to manage servers across multiple environments using Azure Arc-enabled servers.
  • Gain expertise in orchestrating Kubernetes clusters with Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes.
  • Explore Azure Arc-enabled data services to run Azure data services on-premises, at the edge, or in multi-cloud environments.
  • Discover how Azure Arc integrates with other Azure services to deliver a cohesive management experience.
  • Master the process of onboarding on-premises Windows Server instances into Azure Arc for centralized governance.
  • Acquire the skill to connect hybrid machines to Azure seamlessly through the Azure portal.
  • Utilize Azure Arc to manage a wide array of devices across different environments.
  • Get hands-on experience with Azure Arc through practical demonstrations and lab exercises.
  • Understand Azure Lighthouse, its use cases, and architecture, and learn how to implement it for managing resources across multiple Azure tenants.