AZ 900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Certification Training



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Cloud Computing & DevOps

Course Curriculum

  • What is Cloud Computing?
  • Cloud Computing benefits
  • Terminologies and key concepts
  • Economies of scale
  • OpEx vs CapEx
  • Cloud models: Public, private, and hybrid cloud
  • Characteristics of cloud models
  • IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS
  • Use cases of IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS
  • Shared responsibility model of cloud models


        • Azure regions
        • Region pairs
        • Region-wise feature availability
        • Availability zones and sets
        • Resource groups
        • Azure Resource Manager
        • Azure products and core services
        • Azure Compute
        • Azure virtual machines (VMs)
        • Containers and virtual networks (VNets)
        • VPN Gateway and Azure Load Balancer
        • Azure Application Gateway
        • Content delivery networks (CDNs) of Azure
        • Working of CDNs
        • Storage services of Azure
        • Structured, unstructured, and semi-structured data
        • Types of Azure Storage accounts
        • Azure Storage account: Blob
        • Database services of Azure
        • Azure Marketplace and Azure SQL
        • Internet of Things (IoT)
        • IoT Hub
        • Azure Big Data and SQL Data Warehouse
        • Azure Analytics and Data Lake Analytics
        • Azure HDInsights
        • Machine Learning
        • Services and Studio of Azure Machine Learning
        • Server-less computing
        • DevOps concepts
        • Management tools of Azure
        • Developing resources: Using Powershell, Azure CLI, and Cloud Shell
        • Deployment using JSON
        • Azure Advisor
      • Azure Firewall
      • Azure DDOS
      • Groups of network security
      • Groups of application security
      • AuthN and AuthZ
      • Active Directory of Azure
      • Multi-factor authentication
      • Security center and key vault of Azure
      • Azure Information and Advanced Threat Protection
      • Azure Policy
      • Role-based Access Control (RBAC) of Azure
      • Azure locks and blueprints
      • Governance of subscription
      • Azure tags and monitoring
      • Azure Service Health
      • Terms and requirements of compliance
      • Privacy statement and trust center of Microsoft
      • Service Trust Portal
      • Azure subscriptions
      • Management groups
      • Available options for purchasing Azure product and services
      • Usage of metrics
      • Costing factors
      • Zones for billing concepts
      • Pricing calculator of Azure
      • Azure’s total cost of ownership (TCO)
      • Cost minimization techniques in Azure
      • Azure support plans and cost management
      • Service level agreements (SLAs)
      • Composite SLAs
      • Making improvements in Application SLAs
      • Offering feedback and general availability
      • Announcements, updates, and roadmaps of Azure

      Course Description

      The AZ 900 exam is designed for candidates looking to demonstrate foundational-level knowledge of cloud services and how those services are provided with Microsoft Azure. This exam can be taken as an optional first step in learning about cloud services and how those concepts are exemplified by Microsoft Azure. It can be taken as a precursor to Microsoft Azure or Microsoft cloud services exams.


      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

      • Azure is 5 times more Cheaper than AWS for Windows Server and SQL Server.
      • The organization looks for those who have knowledge of Azure, Oracle Cloud, etc.
      • Azure provides flexible purchasing and pricing options for all your cloud scenarios.
      • Better Job Prospects & Higher Salary after the certification.
      • Azure is the only consistent hybrid cloud, has more regions than any cloud provider, delivers unparalleled developer productivity, and offers more comprehensive compliance coverage.
      There are no pre-requisites for taking this course. It is targeted at anyone that wants to learn more about Microsoft Azure.
      You will need to score 700 out of 1000 to pass the AZ-900 exam.

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