Microsoft Azure Fundamentals is the first certification exam for Azure cloud. Through the completion of our six practice exams, you will gain all knowledge needed to successfully achieve your Azure qualification. This course is in line with the latest updated Azure content, as of November 9th, 2020.
The content of these exams is the fundamental knowledge required of Azure professionals. The benefits of completing this Azure qualification are not only limited to IT engineers alone, but is perfect for all who interact with Azure in their daily work, in any capacity. Even those new to cloud-based solutions and services will find this an incredibly useful course for their future career.
All participants of the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals exam are required to have a basic understanding of cloud services and an understanding of how those services are offered on Microsoft Azure.
The Azure Fundamentals exam requires:
Note: To see the changes in the content of this exam, please download the exam skill summary below.
Explanation of cloud concepts (20-25%)
Description of core Azure services (15-20%)
Description of Azure core solutions and management tools (10-15%)
Description of general security and network security features (10-15%)
Description of identity, governance, privacy, and compliance features (20-25%)
Description of Azure cost management and Service Level Agreements (10-15%)
In this collection of exam questions, we have made it as close as possible to match the latest updates of Azure services. However, the following types of questions cannot be answered in Udemy's online test environment format.
- Udemy does not allow the question format in which you match multiple services. We have substituted this question format with the service name matching questions individually.
- Udemy cannot make a set of three connected "Yes" or "No" format questions , so we will split each of these into individual questions, still testing the same overall content.
Due to Udemy's specifications, the above two question formats are not possible so we have done our best to facilitate a substitution that will still test the same Azure understanding.