You'll learn how to make your apps more responsive and your networks more stable by taking all the content that visitors to your network and websites access most often, and distributing it all to delivery networks around the world so that those visitors can get it faster and securely.
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Azure CDN and Azure Caching FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Cloud administrators should take this training, particularly if the cloud network you support runs on Azure technology. But even cloud administrators who don't work with Azure will find the course helpful – it'll demonstrate what Azure cloud caching and CDNs can do for your network if you ever transition.
No, this course isn't associated with any certifications in particular. This short course is narrowly focused on configuring content delivery networks and caching in Microsoft Azure. This course emphasizes first-hand experience and expertise with actually administering CDNs, while a certification would require a lot more memorization.
Depending on where you're at with your career and whether you're trying to specialize your skills, you could consider preparing for the Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals certification after this course. Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate, and the Identity and Access Administrator Associate are also good certifications to think about.
You should take this Azure CDN and caching course so that you can extend the reach, reliability and speed of your networks and applications. The vast majority of data your users consume can be distributed to speed up your network, and Azure does all the heavy lifting for you.