Microsoft AZ-900 Certification Course

Microsoft Azure 900 Certification Course is a foundation-level learning path designed for beginners or pupils who are willing to pass the Microsoft AZ-900 Azure Fundamentals test. It validates the experience and learning of pupils required by covering a detailed understanding of cloud concepts, core Azure services, security, and privacy, azure pricing, and support.

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Overview

Microsoft Azure 900 Certification is intended for apprentices from a non-technical background but having basic IT knowledge. This certification by Wissenhive will master you in everything from cloud concepts to Service Level Agreements and Azure cost management.

What you will learn

  • Understand cloud concepts
  • Learn about core Azure services
  • Master in security, privacy, compliance, and trust
  • Understand Azure pricing and support

Career Options

The brand new role-based Azure certificates establish a learning route from the Azure Fundamentals degree to the Associate degree and then to the Pro level. The most common certification is AZ-900 exam.

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Course Content

Introduction (16 Lectures)

An Important Note About A Cloud Guru and Linux Academy Courses

Microsoft Learn

Course Introduction

Welcome

Course Overview

Azure Portal

Accessing and Using the Azure Portal

Azure CLI

PowerShell

Cloud Shell

Accessing and Using the Azure Cloud Shell

Azure Mobile Apps

ARM Templates

Azure Advisor

Demo: Creating a Free Azure Account

Summary

Cloud Concepts (7 Lectures)

Introduction

The Language of Cloud Computing

The Economy of Cloud Computing

Cloud Service Models

Azure Marketplace

Cloud Architect Models

Summary

Azure Architecture (4 Lectures)

Introduction

Regions and Availability Zones

Resource Groups and Azure Resource Manager

Demo: Creating Azure Resources

Compute (11 Lectures)

Introduction

Virtual Machines

Deploying Your First Azure Virtual Machine

Scale Sets

App Services

Azure Container Instances

Azure Kubernetes Service

Azure Virtual Desktop

Functions

Demo: Azure App Services

Summary

Networking (10 Lectures)

Introduction

Virtual Network

Intro to Creating Azure Virtual Networks

Load Balancer

VPN Gateway

Application Gateway

Content Delivery Network

ExpressRoute

Demo: Creating a Virtual Network Connection

Summary

Storage (8 Lectures)

Introduction

Blob

Create Azure Blob Storage and Upload a Blob

Disk

File

Archive

Demo: Creating a Storage Account

Summary

Database (8 Lectures)

Introduction

Cosmos DB

Azure SQL

Azure Database for MySQL

Azure Database for PostgreSQL

Database Migration Services

Demo: Creating Cosmos DB

Summary

Authentication and Authorization (8 Lectures)

Introduction

Identity Services

Azure Active Directory

Multi-Factor Authentication

Single Sign-On

Demo: Azure Active Directory

Create a Group and Add a Member in Azure Active Directory (AAD)

Summary

Azure Solutions (8 Lectures)

Introduction

Internet of Things

Big Data

Machine Learning

Serverless

DevOps

Demo: Using Azure AI

Summary

Security (11 Lectures)

Introduction

Defense in Depth

Securing Network Connectivity

Azure Security Center

Key Vault

Azure Information Protection

Microsoft Defender for Identity (formerly Azure Advanced Threat Protection)

Azure Sentinel

Azure Dedicated Hosts

Demo: Azure Key Vault

Summary

Privacy, Compliance and Trust (9 Lectures)

Introduction

Governance

Azure Monitor

Azure Service Health

Compliance

Privacy

Trust

Demo: Using Azure Monitor

Summary

Pricing (7 Lectures)

Introduction

Subscriptions

Cost Management

Pricing Factor

Best Practices

Demo: Using the Pricing Calculator

Summary

Support (8 Lectures)

Introduction

Plans

Tickets

Channels

Knowledge Center

Service Level Agreements

Demo: Using Preview Services

Summary

Course Details

Wissenhive’s Microsoft Azure 900 Certification course will allow individuals to enhance their skills and gain advanced knowledge. 

  • Introduction and in-depth understanding of Azure Fundamentals
  • Benefits of Cloud Computing (Cost Benefits and Scaling & Agility Benefits and Accounting)
  • Covering cloud modeling, the serverless model, and different cloud types
  • Core knowledge of Azure Architectural Components, including Azure Subscriptions,  Azure Resources, Resource Manager, and Management Groups
  • Creating Virtual Network, Virtual Machines, and connecting to Virtual Machines (DEMO)
  • Creating Storage Accounts and working with storage keys and containers (DEMO)
  • Core Azure Solutions: Big Data, loT, Azure Databricks, DevOps, Functions, and Logic Apps 
  • Azure Management Tools: Managing Azure with ARM Templates, Azure Advisor, Azure Service Health, and Azure Monitor
  • Understanding of Azure Security Features (Azure Sentinel) and Azure Network Security (Firewall, NSG, and DDoS Protection)
  • Core tenets of Privacy, Security, and Compliance and Azure cost management
  • Azure Identity Services and its benefits, control access of Azure AD and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
  • Detailed knowledge of Azure Authentication and RBAC, Azure Policy, Azure Blueprints, Resource Locks, and Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF)

Who should take this course?

The Microsoft Azure 900 is ideal for IT professionals who are already working or want to make a career as seniors or professionals. 

  • Beginners
  • Azure Solution Architect
  • Azure Security Engineer
  • Azure Administrator
  • Azure Data Scientist
  • Azure Developer

Prerequisites
There are no prerequisites for taking the Microsoft Azure 900, which makes it friendly and creates a base for beginners, but Wissenhive recommends having basic IT knowledge on Networks, databases, etc.

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Training Options

Self-paced Training

399
349 (Onwards)
  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced eLearning content curated by industry experts
  • Hands-on projects to perfect the skills learnt
  • Simulation test papers for self-assessment
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

Live Virtual Classes

599
549 (Onwards)
  • Online Classroom Flexi-Pass
  • Lifetime access 
  • Hands-on projects to perfect the skills learned
  • Simulation test papers for self-assessment
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

One on One Training

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  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced eLearning content curated by industry experts
  • Hands-on projects to perfect the skills learnt
  • Simulation test papers for self-assessment
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

Exam & Certification

This exam measures your ability to describe the following concepts: cloud concepts; core Azure services; core solutions and management tools on Azure; general security and network security features; identity, governance, privacy, and compliance features; and Azure cost management and Service Level Agreements.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The skills measured on an exam are identified by subject-matter experts external to Microsoft (in other words, they are not Microsoft employees). This list of skills, called the “objective domain,” is the basis for exam development. The number of questions that measure each skill area is determined through the blueprinting process; sections of the exam measuring critical and/or more frequently performed skills will contain more questions than those that assess less important or less frequently performed skills.

Microsoft Certified Trainers work with many candidates as they prepare for certifications. They often recommend the following steps to help candidates focus their studies:

  • Browse all exams to find the exam that interests you.
  • Print the Skills Measured section of the page.
  • Review the entire list. Think about each topic. If you are very knowledgeable on a specific topic, highlight the topic or cross it out.
  • Look at what is left. Now, start some targeted research. For each topic that you did not highlight, search the web for specific articles.
  • Use authoritative sources such as docs.microsoft.com, msdn.microsoft.com, technet.microsoft.com, and the Office 365 support center

Because Microsoft continually introduces innovative testing technologies and question types, we do not provide for the specific item types that will appear on a given exam. To get a feel for what you might see on an exam, we encourage you to review some possible exam formats and question types.

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