Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals

I’ve been working with Azure for years, but I had never stopped trying an official Microsoft certification until last month and after a month of studies, yesterday (30/11/2023) I successfully passed the exam for the Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900).

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In the post below I talk a little about the certification and the resources I used to study. If you are also trying to take the exam, it might be helpful.

What is AZ-900?

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I did some research into what the introductory Azure certification should be for a developer and found that Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900) was the common ground for any professional trying to start obtaining Azure Certifications. Once you have it, you can decide which path you want to take based on your role: administration, data science, development, devops, or networking.

Candidates for this exam are technology professionals who want to demonstrate foundational knowledge of cloud concepts in general and Azure in particular. This certification is a common starting point in a journey towards a career in Azure.

What skills does the certification measure?

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  • Describe cloud concepts
  • Describe Azure architecture and services
  • Describe Azure management and governance

You can see more details about each topic on AZ-900 study guide

Learning path

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Cheking your knowledge

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The Scott Duffy course has a 50 questions test to validate your knowledge.

Microsoft also has the Practice Assessment for Exam AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals: a test with 50 questions simulating the questions that can be in the exam. The nice thing about it is that you can check your answer and it will explaining the correct answer and point to the official documentation where you can learn more. My advice is to take some rounds of this practice assessment, because each time a small percentage of the questions are different from the previous one.

Taking the exam

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If you feel prepare to take the exam, you can schedule it with Pearson VUE.

Good luck!

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