Learn about the Azure transition exams, which allow you to update older certifications to the current ones.
- [Narrator] You may have already gone down the path…of an Azure Certification or another Microsoft Certification…and have already invested in a number of exams.…At that point you may want to transition your certification…over to the new job role based certifications.…In order to do that, Microsoft has provided several exams…called transition exams that allow you to bridge…that gap between the previous exams that you've taken…and attaining the new certification without having…to take all of the new exams.…
Those transition exams will be available for a short period…of time and really include the topics…that are not covered in the previous exams,…but that are covered in the new exams.…Therefore, together as a combination…of some of those previous exams with this transition exam,…you will attain the new certification.…For example, in the Legacy path,…we have the Microsoft Azure infrastructure solutions exam,…exam 70-533.…
That exam contains a lot of the topics related…to managing infrastructure.…However, some of the topics that are covered…
- Microsoft certification levels
- Microsoft role-based certification paths
- Exam question types
- Performance-based questions
- Career opportunities that come from certification
- Exam preparation resources
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Microsoft Certification: What Is in a Certification?
The value of certification5m 26s
2. Microsoft Certification: The Role-Based Paths
3. Microsoft Certification: The Legacy Paths
4. Microsoft Certification: The Exams
5. Microsoft Certification: The Opportunities and the Prep Resources
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