Role-based Microsoft Certification for Azure Administrators
An Azure Administrator is responsible for implementing, monitoring, and maintaining Microsoft Azure solutions, including major services related to compute, storage, network, and security. Train for your Azure Administrator Associate certification with one of Microsoft's largest worldwide Gold Cloud Platform partner. Train for your certification with ENO Security today.
|Recommended Training||Required Exam|
|Step 1||Azure Infrastructure and Deployment Track (AZ-100)||AZ-100: Microsoft Azure Infrastructure and Deployment|
|Step 2||Azure Integration and Security Track (AZ-101)||AZ-101: Microsoft Azure Integration and Security|
|Combined||Azure Administrator Boot Camp (AZ-100 and AZ-101)||Readies students for both AZ-100 and AZ-101|
Not sure what it takes to earn your Microsoft certification for Azure Administrators?
Check out our publication, A Complete Guide: How to Become a Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator Associate to gain valuable insight into the certification process for this highly sought-after accolade.
While it's not a strict prerequisite, it is recommended that you earn your Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification prior to training for your Azure role-based certifications.
- AZ-100: Microsoft Azure Infrastructure and Deployment
- AZ-101: Microsoft Azure Integration and Security
Follow the path to becoming a Microsoft Certified Azure Solutions Architect Expert by becoming a Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate, then prepare for and pass the AZ-300: Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies and AZ-301: Microsoft Azure Architect Design exams.
Microsoft provides two re-certification options for those who want to demonstrate continues competence in these areas. You can demonstrate that you're staying current in the technology by either taking a re-certification exam or stay-current course within two years of earning your certification. As soon as you pass either the course or the exam, the expiration date on your certification will be extended two years from that date. For more information, please check out the FAQ on Microsoft's Certification Exam Policies page.
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