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In this advanced Microsoft skills training, Knox Hutchinson covers the data security objectives in the AZ-203 exam, which is the one required exam to earn the Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate certification.
Azure makes developing secure applications relatively easy — as long as you know how to use the right Azure security features. After finishing this Azure Security training, you'll know how to use Azure services to secure data in transit and at rest. You’ll also learn how to use the KeyVault API to create, read, update, and delete keys, secrets, and certificates.
For IT managers, this Microsoft training can be used for AZ-203 exam prep, on-boarding new cloud engineers, as a Microsoft reference resource, or curated into individual or team training plans.
Azure Security: What You Need to Know
This Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate training maps to the AZ-203 data security exam objectives and covers topics including:
- Developing for the Azure key vault
- Deploying Azure SQL Always Encrypted for use with the key vault
- Handling shared access signatures
- Implementing and deploying role-based and claims-based access controls
- Understanding and authenticating with Active Directory vs Azure Active Directory
- Developing and configuring for certificate-based authentication and multi-factor authentication
Who Should Take Azure Security Training?
This Azure Security training is considered professional-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for cloud engineers. This data security skills course will validate the extensive experience most cloud engineers have with data security.
New or aspiring cloud engineers. For cloud engineers just starting out on their careers, mastering data security early can make you extremely competitive in both the short-term and the long-term. This Azure Security training will prepare you, in part, for earning your Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate certification, but more importantly it’ll give you a conceptual understanding of how to plan out your cloud implementation so that security is forefront in your mind.
Experienced cloud engineers. Cloud engineers with a few years of experience have probably seen how the IT industry is changing its approach to data security. Data and information security is no longer a specialization that a few people handle. Now, it’s everyone’s responsibility to deploy best security practices in every stage of development. With this Azure Security training, you’ll be ready for the AZ-203 exam for your Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate certification, but more importantly you’ll know how to integrate security into every part of your cloud development.