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Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900) Online Training


Chuck Keith


Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900) Online Training

In this Microsoft Azure Fundamentals training, Chuck Keith prepares technical and non-technical professionals to take the AZ-900 exam, which is the one required exam to earn the Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals certification.

This AZ-900 training is the ideal entry point into the Microsoft certification program for IT professionals, and can even be used as user training for Azure migrations. Once you're done with this Azure Fundamentals training, you'll be more marketable, both as a technical or non-technical professional - plus you’ll have a good handle on the core services of the Azure cloud.

For anyone who leads a technology team, this Azure Fundamentals training can be used for AZ-900 exam prep, on-boarding new employees, or as part of an Azure migration training plan.

AZ-900: What You Need to Know

This Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals training goes step-by-step through the AZ-900 exam objectives, and covers topics such as:

  • Cloud concepts: benefits, economies of scale, CapEx vs. OpEx, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS
  • Cloud deployment models: public, private, hybrid
  • Cloud cost control: purchasing options, cost factors, pricing calculator, TCO, saving money
  • Customer support: service-level agreements, regions, geographies, zones, free Azure account, Azure portal
  • Containers, microservices, and serverless computing
  • Storage: overview, structured vs. unstructured data, storage tiers and encryption
  • Networking: overview, load balancing, CDN, security groups, network access, Internet of Things (IoT)

Who Should Take AZ-900 Training?

This AZ-900 course is valuable for new or aspiring IT professionals, experienced technical and non-technical professionals looking to validate foundational skills, and non-technical professionals.

Azure user training. Businesses are moving to the cloud. Employees today need to know more about IT than how to use a few applications on a workstation. The wide-scale migration of IT services to the cloud means that everyone who uses these applications should also know something about them. Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals training will give the non-technical professional a basic understanding of Azure cloud services and how to make the most of them.

New or aspiring IT professionals. Microsoft technologies are everywhere, and so is the cloud. Learning about Microsoft Azure is a good preparation for working in an IT-related job these days. You will learn about cloud concepts and core Azure services. Those interested in an IT career would be wise to learn as much as they can about cloud services and security. Our Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals training is a good place to start.

Experienced IT professionals. Cloud computing is still maturing, and technical innovations continue to shake up IT environments across the globe. What you learned about the cloud five years ago (even two years ago) may very well be obsolete today. Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals training will provide the experienced professional with a better understanding of Microsoft’s latest cloud offerings.

Skills You'll Learn in this Course

  • Microsoft Cloud Concepts

    Entry 49 mins9 videos
  • Core Azure Services

    Entry4 hrs 5 mins35 videos
  • Azure Security, Privacy, Compliance, and Trust

    Entry2 hrs 16 mins20 videos
  • Azure Pricing and Support

    Entry 54 mins10 videos
  • AZ-900 Learning Resources

    Our Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals training includes videos and in-video quizzes.

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