AZ-900 Azure Exam Prep: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals in 2020
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- Watch the FREE 1-Hour preview to learn Cloud Concepts at no charge
- Prepare for the AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Exam
- Learn the Basic Concepts of Azure and Cloud Computing
- Describe the benefits and considerations of using cloud services
- Describe the differences between Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
- Describe the differences between Public, Private and Hybrid cloud models
- Understand the core Azure architectural components
- Describe core products available in Azure
- Describe solutions available on Azure
- Understand Azure management tools
- Understand securing network connectivity in Azure
- Describe core Azure Identity services
- Describe security tools and features of Azure
- Describe Azure governance methodologies
- Understand monitoring and reporting options in Azure
- Understand privacy, compliance and data protection standards in Azure
- Understand Azure subscriptions
- Understand planning and management of costs
- Understand the support options available with Azure
- Describe Azure Service Level Agreements (SLAs)
- Understand service lifecycle in Azure
- To benefit from this course, you simply need to have a desire to learn the basics.
- No technical IT experience is required.
LEARN EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR THE AZ-900 EXAM IN JUST 6 HOURS!
Covers all the new AZ-900 exam objectives for May 2020.
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TRY BEFORE YOU BUY: All lectures in the first section (Cloud Concepts) are available as FREE preview
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ALL-NEW VISUALS: Because who wants to look at walls of text on PowerPoint slides?
HANDS-ON DEMONSTRATIONS: See where and how to access key Azure features
DOWNLOADABLE INFOGRAPHICS: Downloadable infographics highlight key concepts
SECTION QUIZZES: Every section ends with a quiz so you can test your knowledge
COMPLETE PRACTICE EXAM: FREE 50-question practice exam at the end of the course to test your readiness for the real AZ-900 exam
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Enroll today and you will learn everything you need to know for the AZ-900 exam:
Understand Cloud Concepts
Understand Core Azure Services
Understand Security, Privacy, Compliance, and Trust
Understand Azure Pricing and Support
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In this lecture, we'll touch on key topics as they relate to the AZ-900 exam. We'll cover cloud computing and several key cloud concepts. We'll also cover "economies of scale" and the differences between CapEx and OpEx accounting models. We'll wrap the lecture up by discussing the consumption-based model.
The topics that we cover in this lecture map directly to those covered by the Describe the benefits and considerations of using cloud services AZ-900 exam objective, which can be found under the main AZ-900 exam objective, called Understand Cloud Concepts.
Students who complete this lecture will understand key terms such as high availability, scalability, elasticity, agility, fault tolerance, and disaster recovery. Students will also understand the principles of economies of scale, the differences between CaapEx and OpEx, and they will understand the consumption-based model.
In this lecture, we'll cover the three cloud models - Private Cloud, Public Cloud, and Hybrid Cloud. After reviewing the key characteristics of each cloud model, we'll compare and contrast them - noting the advantages and disadvantages of each.
The topics covered in this lecture map directly to those covered by the Describe the differences between public, private and hybrid cloud models AZ-900 exam objective, which is a sub-objective of Understand Cloud Concepts.
Upon completion of this lecture, students will be able to describe public cloud, private cloud, and hybrid cloud. Students will also be able to compare and contrast the three different cloud models.
In this lecture, you'll learn about the three types of cloud services. These include Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software-as-a-Service (Saas). We'll cover the characteristics of each, along with the advantages and disadvantages of each. We'll also talk about the Shared Responsibility Model.
The topics covered in this lecture map directly to the AZ-900 exam objective titled Describe the differences between IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS, which is a sub-objective of Understand cloud concepts.
In this lecture, we’re going to cover various compute services that are available in Azure. We'll cover Azure Virtual Machines, VM Scale Sets, App Services and Azure Functions.
Azure database services are a collection of several different fully managed platform as a service database services that help reduce the time spent on managing databases. In this lecture, we'll cover key Azure database offerings, including Azure Cosmos DB, Azure SQL Database, and the Azure Database Migration Service.
Over the next several lectures, you are going to learn about key Azure solutions that are available to you. The solutions we're going to cover are those that are specifically called out in the AZ-900 exam objectives.
The Internet of Things, or IoT, refers to the ability of devices to collect data and then to relay that data for analysis. Although there are several services that help organizations create end-to-end solutions for IoT on Azure, the two main Azure IoT service types are Azure IoT Central and Azure IoT Hub. That being the case, these are the two offerings we’ll cover in this lecture.
In this lecture, we’re going to review some of the key big data and analytics solutions in Azure. We’ll cover Azure SQL Data Warehouse, HDInsight, Data Lake Analytics, and Azure Databricks. We aren’t going to do a deep dive, because that’s not really what AZ-900 is after. Instead, we’ll touch on them at a higher level, so you understand what they are and what they offer.
In this lecture, we’re going to talk about Artificial Intelligence. We’re going to cover the Azure Machine Learning Service and the Azure Machine Learning Studio. However, before we get into those offerings, let’s look at what artificial intelligence is, in the context of cloud computing.
In this lecture, we’re going to take a look at what serverless computing is, and then we’re going to dive into some of the more common serverless service types, including Azure Functions, Azure Logic Apps, and Azure Event Grid.
In this lecture, we’re going to cover several topics. We’re going to talk about “defense in depth”, along with the shared security model. We’re also going to cover key security-centric Azure resources and services, including Azure Firewall and DDoS protection. Network Security Groups and Application Security Groups will also be covered. We’ll wrap up with recommendations for choosing Azure network security solutions.
In this lecture, we’re going to cover several compliance terms and requirements. We’re also going to cover several services that are used to set and maintain privacy, compliance, and data protection in Azure. They include the Microsoft Privacy Statement, the Trust Center, and the Service Trust Portal. We’re also going to cover Compliance Manager, Azure Government services, and Azure China 21Vianet.
In this section, we are going cover everything you need to know in order to deal with any questions on Pricing and Support that you may encounter on the exam. This video explains everything we are going to cover.
In this lecture, we’re going to review the different ways that you can purchase Azure products and services. We’ll also take a look at the different factors that affect costs. Later on, in this lecture, I’ll explain the role that zones play in billing.
We’ll also look at the pricing calculator and the TCO calculator.
We’ll round things out with strategies for minimizing costs and how to use the Azure Cost Management tool.
In this lecture, we’re going to take a look at public and private preview features, and how to access them. We’ll also look at Azure Portal Previews and what it means when a service goes into General Availability. We’ll wrap things up by investigating how to monitor service and feature updates.