Cloud computing is a highly-demanded technology in today’s technology-driven world. Cloud computing is becoming more popular and widely adopted by enterprises. According to the IDC report, public Cloud spending will likely reach $500 billion by 2023.
Microsoft Azure is the market leader in Cloud market with 29% of all applications. Microsoft provides all the services and solutions that organizations need, from building, testing, deployment, and management of applications. Microsoft also offers support for PaaS, SaaS (Software as a Service), and IaaS [Infrastructure as a Service].
You will be able to grow your career in the Cloud computing industry by becoming a Microsoft Azure certified professional. Microsoft offers three levels of certifications: Expert, Associate, and Fundamentals. You can choose the right certification course depending on your interests and abilities to enhance your career as a Microsoft Cloud professional.
Here’s a detailed overview of all 17 role-based Azure certifications.
Fundamental-Level Microsoft Azure Certification
The following exams are required for Microsoft Azure Certification Fundamental Level:
1. Exam AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Certification
The Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification validates your foundational knowledge of Microsoft Azure Cloud services. Candidates who are interested in working in Cloud-based solutions and services or new to Azure need to pass the AZ900 exam in order to be certified by Microsoft in Azure Fundamentals. This certification can also be used to prepare you for other Azure specialty certifications or role-based certifications.
This certification covers the following concepts:
Core Azure services
Security fundamentals for Cloud security
Privacy, compliance, trust
Support and pricing for Azure
Microsoft AZ-900 certification does not require any pre-requisites. However, it would be beneficial to have some IT experience or knowledge.
Who should take up this certification?
Non-technical professionals offer services such as the sales, purchasing, marketing, and support for Microsoft Azure Cloud services.
IT professionals who want to learn more about Microsoft Azure.
Other Cloud professionals who are interested in a quick introduction.
Read more about AZ-900 certification: https://blog.cloudthat.com/how-to-prepare-for-and-crack-the-azure-fundamentals-az-900-certification-exam/
How to Prepare?
To achieve this certification, you will need to have the right training and study material. Register here to take the Microsoft Azure certification Bootcamp course at CloudThat for AZ-900. CloudThat is a Microsoft Gold Partner and the winner of the Microsoft Learning Partner of the year Finalist Award.
CloudThat’s certification Bootcamp is available for the AZ900 exam. Send an email to [email protected], or call 08880002200.
2. Exam AI-900: Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals Certification
The Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals Certificate introduces candidates to the fundamental concepts of Artificial Intelligence (AI). It also explains how services in Microsoft Azure can be used to help develop AI solutions. Although it is not required, knowledge in Azure AI Fundamentals will help you prepare for other Azure role-based certifications such as Azure AI Engineer Associate and Azure Data Scientist Associate. To become certified in Azure AI Fundamentals, candidates must pass the Microsoft Azure AI-900 exam. This certification covers the following concepts:
Artificial Intelligence considerations and workloads
Machine learning principles on Azure:
Computer vision workloads on