AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Practice Exams Latest



Exam AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals – Skills Measured

NOTE: Passing score: 700.

Module1: Describe cloud concepts (25–30%)

Describe cloud computing

  • define cloud computing
  • describe the shared responsibility model
  • define cloud models, including public, private, and hybrid
  • identify appropriate use cases for each cloud model
  • describe the consumption-based model
  • compare cloud pricing models

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 the platform as a service (PaaS)
  • describe software as a service (SaaS)
  • identify appropriate use cases for each cloud service (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)

Module 2: 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 datacenters
  • describe Azure resources and resource groups
  • describe subscriptions
  • describe management groups
  • describe the hierarchy of resource groups, subscriptions, and management groups

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

Module 3: 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 the 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 monitoring tools in Azure

  • describe the purpose of Azure Advisor
  • describe Azure Service Health
  • describe Azure Monitor, including Log Analytics, Azure Monitor alerts, and Application Insights

Skills Measured

NOTE: The bullets that follow each of the skills measured are intended to illustrate how we are assessing that skill. Related topics may be covered in the exam.

NOTE: Most questions cover features that are general availability (GA). The exam may contain questions on Preview features if those features are commonly used.

Who this course is for:

  • Candidates for this exam are technology professionals who want to demonstrate foundational knowledge of cloud concepts and Microsoft Azure.
  • These professionals can describe Azure architectural components and Azure services, such as compute, networking, and storage. They can also describe features and tools to secure, govern, and administer Azure.
  • Candidates for this exam have skills and experience working with an area of information technology, such as infrastructure management, database management, or software development.

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