Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Training.
IP Rulers designed this Learning Path is to help you to prepare for the AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals exam. Even if you don’t plan to take the exam, these courses will help you gain a solid understanding of Microsoft Azure. Candidates who pass the AZ-900 exam will earn the Microsoft Certified Azure Fundamentals certification. The Microsoft Azure (AZ-900) exam tests your knowledge based on primarily four learning paths as defined. It caters to general cloud concepts, together with an understanding of the foundational aspects and benefits of Microsoft’s Cloud including subscriptions offered, available support plans available, understanding the difference between Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service and Software as a Service, and thereby identifying the services to use as per the requirement.
Azure Fundamentals certification is an opportunity to prove knowledge of cloud concepts, core Azure services, Azure pricing, SLA, and lifecycle, and the fundamentals of cloud security, privacy, compliance, and trust.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. The AZ-900 exam tests your knowledge of four subject areas. Here’s how IP Rulers will cover the course in this Learning Path. We’ll start by going over general cloud concepts, so you don’t need to have any previous cloud experience. Next, we’ll dive into the specifics of Microsoft Azure, starting with the core Azure services, including compute, networking, storage, and databases. Then, we’ll cover security, privacy, compliance, and trust. Finally, we’ll go over Azure pricing and support.
1.1 Describe the benefits and considerations of using cloud services
- describe terms such as High Availability, Scalability, Elasticity, Agility, Fault Tolerance, and Disaster Recovery
- describe the principles of economies of scale
- describe the differences between Capital Expenditure (CapEx) and Operational Expenditure (OpEx)
- describe the consumption-based model
1.2 Describe the differences between Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
- describe Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS),
- describe Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)
- describe Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
- compare and contrast the three different service types
1.3 Describe the differences between Public, Private and Hybrid cloud models
- describe Public cloud
- describe Private cloud
- describe Hybrid cloud
- compare and contrast the three different cloud models
CCIE enterprise infrastructure v1.1 equipment and software list:
The practical exam tests candidates on solutions that can be configured using the below
Equipment and software versions. Candidates may see more recent software versions
during their attempt but will only be tested on features that are supported in the list below.
Passing the exam requires a depth of understanding difficult to obtain without hands-on
experience. Early in your preparation you should arrange access to equipment and soft-
ware similar to that used on the exam.
MCSE,RHCE,CCNP,CEH,CSA,CCSE,F5-CTS, AWS & Azure
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