Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) AZ-140 Practice Test
Welcome to the AZ-140 Configuring and Operating an Azure Virtual Desktop on Microsoft Azure practice test (previously Windows Virtual Desktop). The questions in these tests are for anyone preparing for the AZ-140 exam. The practice exams include 3 tests, with seventy six practice questions (thirty eight each) that map to all five of the skills measured in the AZ-140 exam. Each multiple-choice question provides an explanation of the answer. Most explanations include a link to Microsoft documentation to reinforce concepts and for further study.
AZ-140 Skills Measured
Plan an Azure Virtual Desktop architecture
Implement a Windows Virtual Desktop infrastructure
Manage access and security
Manage user environments and apps
Monitor and maintain a Windows Virtual Desktop infrastructure
Study for the Configuring and Operating WVD on Microsoft Azure exam
The practice questions in this course are intended to help prepare for the AZ-140 exam. Passing the AZ-140 exam will earn the Microsoft Certified: Windows Virtual Desktop Specialty certification.
Candidates for the AZ-140 should have experience with Azure virtualization, networking, storage, identity, backup, and disaster recovery technologies. Candidates should have an understanding of virtual desktop or remote desktop technologies and how they migrate to a WVD environment. Candidates use the Azure portal and ARM templates to accomplish common tasks as well as PowerShell and CLI for automation.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner to intermediate Azure and remote desktop professionals studying for the AZ-140 certification exam.
Travis Roberts is a Cloud Infrastructure Architect at RBA, an award-winning national digital and technology consultancy based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Travis has 20 years of IT experience in the legal, pharmaceutical, and marketing industries, and has worked with IT hardware manufacturers and managed service providers. Travis is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and has held numerous technical certifications throughout his career from Microsoft, VMware, Citrix, and Cisco.
Travis is active in the Minneapolis area Microsoft Azure community and online. Travis is a board member of the Minneapolis Azure User Group. He maintains a blog and YouTube channel on multiple Azure services.