Cloud computing is regarded as the platform of the future. All organizations realize the increasing relevance of the cloud. Amongst various useful cloud certifications, Microsoft Azure training and certification has secured its place as the appropriate choice for both individuals and corporations. Let yourself, and your teams stay up to date with recent changes in Azure Certification exams and courses.
Microsoft Azure, a cloud platform for building, deploying, managing services and applications, has decided to retire it is Azure Certification Exam (AZ-100/101) with effect from May 1st, 2019 and Courses from June 28th, 2019. As a replacement, an all-new Azure Certification Exam (AZ-103) will be introduced on May 1st, 2019. The changes can be seen on Microsoft Official website online.
As per a survey, around 90 per cent of companies is taking some advantage of cloud technology. Microsoft observes that 1,000 new users are signing up for Azure every single day. 365,000 companies are joining the Microsoft Azure cloud annually. Whether you are an IT professional, an organizational manager or a business owner, Microsoft Azure certification gives you first-hand experience working with cloud technology. It teaches you about the intricacies of deploying and developing businesses using the cloud. Our individual and organizational learning options could positively impact your growth as a company, an expert, and an individual. Learn More.
Skill Measurement Categories and Sub-Category Changes in AZ-103:
- AZ101 4.2, measuring Managed Role-Based access control (RBAC) skills, has now been categorized as AZ103 1.4.
AZ101 3.2, Azure load balancer implementation skills, has now been categorized as AZ103 4.5.
AZ101 3.3, Monitor and manage networking, has been renamed as AZ103 4.6- Monitor and troubleshoot virtual networking.
AZ101 3.4, Integrate on-premises network with Azure virtual network, has now been categorized as AZ103 4.7.
AZ 101 4.1, Implement multi-factor authentication (MFA), has now been categorized as AZ103 5.4.
What does it mean for the certification holders?
- If you have taken and passed the AZ-100 exam: You will be getting Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator Associate certification on or around May 1, 2019.
If you register to take AZ-100 and pass it between now and May 1: You will be getting Microsoft Azure Administrator certification on or around May 1, 2019.
If you have registered for AZ-101, choose to take it, and pass: You’ll get the AZ-101 exam badge.
If you have taken AZ-101 (regardless of if you passed or failed): You’ll get an exam voucher. The voucher can be used for any Microsoft exam delivered through Pearson VUE.
All exam registrations for AZ-100/101 after May 1, 2019, will be cancelled.
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