AZ-305 : Azure Architect Design Certification Prep
What you'll learn
- Learn how to design and architect Azure solutions
- Azure Solution Architects who advise stakeholders and translates business requirements into secure, scalable, and reliable solutions.
- This role requires managing how decisions in each area affects an overall solution. Candidates must be proficient in Azure administration, Azure development, and DevOps, and have expert-level skills in at least one of those domains.
- Candidates should have advanced experience and knowledge across various aspects of IT operations, including networking, virtualization, identity, security, business continuity, disaster recovery, data management, budgeting, and governance.
Updated: April 10th 2022 -
AZ-304 to AZ-305 updates! Microsoft has updated the exam to AZ-305 and this course is changing in accordance.
Revised Governance, Identity, Monitoring Sections to reflect AZ-305 curriculum updates.
Welcome to the Skylines Academy AZ-305 certification course!
The AZ-305 (NEW EXAM) course is intended for IT engineers and architects who have previous experience of Microsoft Azure. Since Azure services were released, there have been several additions and updates to the platform that will be explored in this course. In order for you to achieve success and pass the AZ-305 exam, this Skylines Academy course will guide you through a series of sections, lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on labs, alongside other helpful study material. We have got you covered!
During this course, you will gain knowledge and hands-on experience of:
Design for Governance
Design for Identity
Design for Logging & Monitoring
Implement Cost Optimization for your environment
Design Compute such as Virtual Machines for Windows and Linux
Design and Manage Storage Accounts
Deploy Automation and Configure Resources
Design Load Balancing and Network Security
Design for High Availability
Architect Security for Applications
Design an Application Infrastructure
Design Container-based Applications
Design Data Platforms like Azure SQL and CosmosDB
Design a solution for Backup and Recovery with Azure Backup and ASR
Design Migrations using Azure Migrate
Lectures will educate you on the fundamental terms and principles of the Azure platform and demos will enable you with a hands-on experience using scenarios to empower you in the real world.
Note: This course is being upgraded FREE OF CHARGE to the AZ-305 exam. All students can take either exam and the course will cover you fully.
Who this course is for:
- Azure Architects
- IT Administrators
Technology is increasingly becoming a way of life, a way of work, a way in which we move forward faster. With our combined experience in Azure, working with customers in IT on the day-to-day, enabling them to use the powerful platform to deliver services faster, we realized there's a gap: Education! Our courses were created on the basis that we could help people to become empowered by learning Azure themselves, rather than having someone else tell them what to do.
Skylines Academy gives people the depth of knowledge they need to get Microsoft Azure certifications which have a high-demand for professional careers in the job market. Our goal is to always bring you the most up to date material needed to not only pass the exam, but gain the real world experience necessary to excel in your IT career, putting you in the driver's seat.
Nick Colyer has over 25 years of experience in the IT Industry and currently works as a Chief Cloud Architect for AHEAD, LLC in Chicago, IL.
Day-to-day Nick spends his time educating and enabling customers to adopt cloud platforms in a way that is not only meaningful to their business, but also empowers them for years to come in the IT industry.
Nick is a passionate teacher of technology and is certified as a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). Thousands of students have already trusted Nick with their IT training, and his courses routinely receive the highest reviews globally.
Nick often speaks at conferences including AHEAD Azure Innovation Days, VMWorld (2013/2016), the Looking Ahead Tech Summit (2014-2017), as well as tailored briefings for large enterprise companies across the United States.
You can regularly find Nick at community events and on Twitter (@vnickc).