Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Certification Course (AZ-900) - Pass the exam in 3 hours!

Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Certification Course (AZ-900) – Pass the exam in 3 hours!



Learn about Microsoft Azure and pass the Azure Fundamentals exam! The Azure Fundamentals exam is an opportunity to prove knowledge of cloud concepts, core Azure services, Azure pricing, SLA, and lifecycle, and the fundamentals of cloud security, privacy, compliance, and trust. You will learn about all these things in this course.

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⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️

☁️ Introduction
⌨️ (00:07:21) Exam Guide Walkthrough

☁️ Cloud Concepts
⌨️ (00:13:51) What is Cloud Computing
⌨️ (00:17:15) Common Cloud Services
⌨️ (00:18:35) What is Microsoft and Azure
⌨️ (00:19:52) Benefits of Cloud Computing
⌨️ (00:21:25) Types of Cloud Computing
⌨️ (00:23:39) Types of Cloud Computing Responsibilities
⌨️ (00:25:16) Cloud Deployment Models
⌨️ (00:29:57) Total Cost of Ownership
⌨️ (00:32:06) CAPEX vs OPEX
⌨️ (00:34:08) Cloud Architecture Terminologies
⌨️ (00:35:08) High Avaliablity
⌨️ (00:36:49) High Scalability
⌨️ (00:37:46) High Elasticity
⌨️ (00:39:35) Fault Tolerance
⌨️ (00:39:39) High Durability

☁️ Evolution of Compute
⌨️ (00:40:26) Dedicated Servces
⌨️ (00:42:13) Virtual Machines
⌨️ (00:43:38) Containers
⌨️ (00:44:52) Functions

☁️ Global Infrastructure
⌨️ (00:46:19) Regions and Geographies
⌨️ (00:49:05) Paired Regions
⌨️ (00:50:34) Region Types and Service Availability
⌨️ (00:52:55) Special Regions
⌨️ (00:54:14) Availability Zones
⌨️ (00:56:20) AZ Supported Regions
⌨️ (00:57:51) Avaliablity Sets Fault and Update Domains

☁️ Getting Started
⌨️ (01:02:08) Creating an Azure Account
⌨️ (01:06:16) Azure Portal Layout

☁️ Technology Overview
⌨️ (01:06:57) Computing Services
⌨️ (01:10:21) Storage Services
⌨️ (01:14:02) Database Services
⌨️ (01:16:38) Application Integration
⌨️ (01:19:01) Developer and Mobile Tools
⌨️ (01:20:36) Azure DevOps Services
⌨️ (01:22:32) Azure Resource Manager ARM
⌨️ (01:23:51) Azure Quickstart Templates
⌨️ (01:25:02) vNets and Subnets
⌨️ (01:27:46) Cloud Native Networking Services
⌨️ (01:29:48) Enterprise Hybrid Networking Services
⌨️ (01:31:26) Azure Traffic Manager
⌨️ (01:32:34) Azure DNS
⌨️ (01:33:32) Azure Load Balancer
⌨️ (01:34:56) Scale Sets
⌨️ (01:36:00) IoT Services
⌨️ (01:38:21) Big Data and Analytics Services
⌨️ (01:40:11) AI ML Services Introduction
⌨️ (01:42:21) AI ML Services
⌨️ (01:44:00) Serverless Services

☁️ Management Tools
⌨️ (01:46:07) Azure Portal
⌨️ (01:48:00) PowerShell
⌨️ (01:50:00) VIsual Studio Code
⌨️ (01:51:52) Cloud Shell
⌨️ (01:52:43) Azure CLI

☁️ Follow Alongs
⌨️ (01:54:03) Create a Resource Group
⌨️ (01:55:55) Create a vNet
⌨️ (01:58:26) Launching a Server
⌨️ (02:04:16) Creating a Azure Function
⌨️ (02:08:44) Storing files in Blob Storage
⌨️ (02:12:08) Exploring Azure Cloud Shell

☁️ Security
⌨️ (02:13:52) Azure Trust Center
⌨️ (02:15:48) Compliance Programs
⌨️ (02:19:25) Azure Active Directory
⌨️ (02:21:14) MFA
⌨️ (02:22:50) Azure Security Center
⌨️ (02:23:31) Key Vault
⌨️ (02:25:55) Azure DDoS Protection
⌨️ (02:28:26) Azure Firewall
⌨️ (02:30:12) Azure Information Protection
⌨️ (02:31:02) Application Gateway
⌨️ (02:32:22) Advanced Threat Protection ATP
⌨️ (02:33:40) Microsoft Security Development Lifecycle SDL
⌨️ (02:35:02) Azure Policies
⌨️ (02:35:44) Role Based Access Control RBAC
⌨️ (02:39:17) Lock resources
⌨️ (02:40:07) Management Groups
⌨️ (02:40:58) Azure Monitor
⌨️ (02:41:52) Service Health
⌨️ (02:42:39) Azure Advisor

☁️ Billing and Pricing
⌨️ (02:43:38) Service Level Agreements
⌨️ (02:46:12) Service Credits
⌨️ (02:47:40) Composite SLAs
⌨️ (02:49:50) TCO Calculator
⌨️ (02:52:34) Azure Marketplace
⌨️ (02:54:21) Azure Support
⌨️ (03:00:02) Azure Licensing
⌨️ (03:02:03) Azure Subscriptions
⌨️ (03:04:15) Pricing Calculator
⌨️ (03:06:41) Azure Cost Management

☁️ Summary
⌨️ (03:07:19) Booking Your Exam

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31 thoughts on “Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Certification Course (AZ-900) – Pass the exam in 3 hours!

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  5. Am a software automation test engineer. Is this course relevant to me ? Will this certification add value to my resume ?

  6. Hi there, im taking thisbcause cause im not working thanks to covid, confident about passing the exam, good material, and the way y9u explain as well, greetings from Dominican Republic 🇩🇴🇩🇴

  7. I only followed this video and passed the exam with a score of 770. The video is enough if you just wanna pass however, if you should consider other resources if you are aiming for a higher score. Thanks

  8. For the SLAs I worked it out as (Dunno if this is right, but seems to be..) 0.9994 x 0.9999 x 100 which worked out at 99.94 taken to second decimal place. Hope this helps, this was a very helpful video.

  9. For that composite SLA at 2:49:49 – it looks like in an OR the math is done with the number of 9's – so 4×9's + 3'9s = 7×9's.

  10. public cloud and cloud-native are not synonyms at all. "Public Cloud" refers to a deployment model while "Cloud-Native" refers to an approach towards building applications that are designed for the cloud.

  11. HOW MUCH DO YOU TRUST an "I-Know-All" instructor who CAN'T get even the FUNDAMENTAL TERM "ON-PREMISES" CORRECT ???
    A PREMISE is a STATEMENT in a logical argument. There is NO SUCH THING as "ON-PREMISE", other than "a phrase uttered by someone IGNORANT & SLOPPY."
    A PREMISES is a LOCATION.
    The term ON-PREMISES therefore means ON-LOCATION.

    I'm completely BAFFLED you could be THIS SLOPPY and LAZY.
    Glancing at your Views, you've now DIS-INFORMED over 665 THOUSAND people, who even now are FLOODING the Internet (and my chosen profession) with YOUR IGNORANCE.
    Thanks a lot.
    With YOUR lack of interest in fact, you would make an excellent reporter for FOX NEWS.

    – Mark Vogt, Solution Architect & Data Scientist

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