The AZ-900 exam is not for everyone. This video helps you determine if the you are the right candidate for this exam.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about … AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals … without actually getting into the contents of the exam. … The first thing we need to do … is make sure that you're taking the right course. … And the best way to determine … if you're taking the right course … is to look at the intended audience. … Microsoft will always let us know … who the intended audience is for an exam, … and you'll find that information on the exam webpage. … In this case, the intended audience, according to Microsoft, … and this is directly from the website, … is for candidates with nontechnical backgrounds, … such as those involved in selling … or purchasing cloud-based solutions … and services, … as well as those with a technical background … who have a need to validate … their foundational level knowledge around cloud services. … Here's my translation of who this exam is intended for. … Nontechnical, or for those who may be very new … to cloud technologies. … Pretty simple. … So right now, you may be thinking okay, …
- The new Azure exams and certifications
- The benefits of using cloud services
- Comparing public, private, and hybrid cloud models
- Core Azure services, including networking and storage
- Azure security features
- Planning and managing costs
- Various Azure support options
Skill Level Beginner
2. Cloud Concepts
3. Core Azure Services
4. Security, Privacy, Compliance, and Trust
Azure security: Networking3m 47s
5. Azure Pricing and Support
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