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The Microsoft Azure Certification Training course is primarily designed for IT Professionals/Application Developers who want to learn how to use Microsoft Azure for building, managing and deploying web applications. This course prepares you for the 70-532: Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions certification exam. You can check the examination details and certification cost at Microsoft Azure 70-532 Exam
In this course, you will learn to configure and deploy Web applications and master the creation and deployment of Azure Web apps. You will learn about the creation and configuration of Azure Virtual machines along with SQL Database management. You will learn about the integrals of Azure Ad (Active Directory) instance and learn to create a virtual network and implement a point-to-site network.
Dot Net Tricks’ mock-up tests and assignments help the professionals to work on real-world projects and to get an edge in their careers and make their lives better. This training program includes 4 mock-up tests and 4 assignments. Each mock-up test includes 20 multiple choice questions.
At the completion of mockup-tests, attendees will be able to;
At the completion of assignments, attendees will be able to;
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Microsoft have gone out of their way to simplify the process of creating and managing cloud assets in Azure. They do not push you down one particular way of doing things either; they let you do it your way. If you want to create or manage resources through the portal, the .NET API, PowerShell, REST, etc. it is up to you. If you are a Microsoft shop already, this will be a pretty easy transition. There are lot's of tools to integrate with your internal servers if you need to and the help is pretty good for technical things. I will definitely Recommendations to others If you can afford it, it's definitely my recommendation. Azure portal is great place to manage everything, all in one place. Service is reliable, fast and easy to learn. Thanks DotNetTricks.