AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Practice Tests

AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals  Practice Tests

AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Practice Tests

Get AZ900 Certified with practice tests post studying materials and modules

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What you’ll learn

  • Practice questions on Core Microsoft Azure services
  • Practice questions on Core solutions and management tools
  • Practice questions on general security and network security
  • Practice questions on governance, privacy, and compliance features
  • Practice questions on Microsoft Azure cost management, and service level agreements

 

Requirements

  • AZ-900 is the beginner’s exam and is not specified to any of the Azure roles

 

Description

Whether you’re new to the field or a seasoned professional, mastering the basics in Microsoft Azure can help you jump-start your career and prepare you to dive deeper into the many technical opportunities Azure offers.

The certification validates your basic knowledge of cloud services and how those services are provided with Azure. Candidates should be able to demonstrate a fundamental knowledge of cloud concepts, along with Azure services, workloads, security, privacy, pricing, and support.

The Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals certification could be a great fit for you if you’d like to:

  • Prove your knowledge of cloud computing concepts, models, and services, such as public, private, and hybrid cloud, in addition to infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), and software as a service (SaaS).

  • Show your expertise on how Azure supports security, privacy, compliance, and trust.

It is recommended to have familiarity with concepts of networking, storage, compute, application support, and application development. You can use your Azure Fundamentals certification to reinforce your basics for other Azure role-based or specialty certifications, but it isn’t a prerequisite for any of them.

To ensure you are prepared for the exam, we recommend:

  • Studying the relevant self-paced content on Microsoft Learn, or attending a Microsoft Azure Virtual Training Day: Fundamentals, or signing up for an instructor-led training event with a Microsoft Learning Partner.

  • Fully understanding the skills measured

    • Describe cloud concepts (25–30%)

      • Describe cloud computing

      • Describe the benefits of using cloud services

        • Describe the benefits of high availability and scalability in the cloud

        • Describe the benefits of reliability and predictability in the cloud

        • Describe the benefits of security and governance in the cloud

        • Describe the benefits of manageability in the cloud

      • Describe cloud service types

        • Describe infrastructure as a service (IaaS)

        • Describe platform as a service (PaaS)

        • Describe software as a service (SaaS)

        • Identify appropriate use cases for each cloud service (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)

    • Describe Azure architecture and services (35–40%)

      • Describe the core architectural components of Azure

        • Describe Azure regional, regional pairs, and sovereign regions

        • Describe availability zones

        • Describe Azure datacenter

        • Describe Azure regional, regional pairs, and sovereign regions

        • Describe availability zones

        • Describe Azure datacenter

      • Describe Azure compute and networking services

        • Compare compute types, including container instances, virtual machines (VMs), and functions

        • Describe VM options, including Azure Virtual Machines, Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets, availability sets, and Azure Virtual Desktop

        • Describe resources required for virtual machines

        • Describe application hosting options, including the Web Apps feature of Azure App Service, containers, and virtual machines

        • Describe virtual networking, including the purpose of Azure Virtual Networks, Azure virtual subnets, peering, Azure DNS, Azure VPN Gateway, and Azure ExpressRoute

        • Define public and private endpoints

      • Describe Azure storage services

        • Compare Azure storage services

        • Describe storage tiers

        • Describe redundancy options

        • Describe storage account options and storage types

        • Identify options for moving files, including AzCopy, Azure Storage Explorer, and Azure File Sync

        • Describe migration options, including Azure Migrate and Azure Data Box

      • Describe Azure identity, access, and security

        • Describe directory services in Azure, including Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and Azure Active Directory Domain Services (Azure AD DS)

        • Describe authentication methods in Azure, including single sign-on (SSO), multifactor authentication, and passwordless

        • Describe external identities and guest access in Azure

        • Describe Azure AD Conditional Access

        • Describe Azure role-based access control (RBAC)

        • Describe the concept of Zero Trust • Describe the purpose of the defense in depth model

        • Describe the purpose of Microsoft Defender for Cloud

    • Describe Azure management and governance (30–35%)

      • Describe cost management in Azure

        • Describe factors that can affect costs in Azure

        • Compare the Pricing calculator and the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculator

        • Describe the Azure Cost Management and Billing tool

        • Describe the purpose of tags

      • Describe features and tools in Azure for governance and compliance

        • Describe the purpose of Azure Blueprints

        • Describe the purpose of Azure Policy

        • Describe the purpose of resource locks

        • Describe the purpose of the Service Trust Portal

      • Describe features and tools for managing and deploying Azure resources

        • Describe the Azure portal

        • Describe Azure Cloud Shell, including Azure CLI and Azure PowerShell

        • Describe the purpose of Azure Arc

        • Describe Azure Resource Manager and Azure Resource Manager templates (ARM templates)

      • Describe features and tools for managing and deploying Azure resources

        • Describe the purpose of Azure Advisor

        • Describe Azure Service Health 

        • Describe Azure Monitor, including Log Analytics, Azure Monitor alerts, and Application Insight

 

Who this course is for

  • If you are involved in the purchasing and selling of cloud services, then this exam is very beneficial for you even though you are from a non-technical backgroud
  • For those who want to validate their basic knowledge of cloud services or solutions.
  • AZ-900 exam is useful for candidates having some general IT experience or knowledge.
  • AZ-900 exam validates your proficiency in Azure fundamental concepts and makes you competent enough to take future Azure certification endeavors.

 

Course content

  • AZ 900 practice test 1
  • AZ 900 practice test 2

 

AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals  Practice Tests

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