Get yourself trained on AZ-302 Azure Solutions with this Online Training AZ-302 Azure Solutions Architect Transition Exam Cert Prep.
Online Training AZ-302 Azure Solutions Architect Transition Exam Cert Prep
Course updated: January 10, 2019On September 25, 2018, Microsoft announced a new revamp of their certification program. If you’ve taken and passed the 70-535 exam, you are eligible to take the AZ-302 transition exam. This course has been updated to the recent January 2019 updates to the requirements.The AZ-302 transition exam must be passed before June 30, 2019 if you want to go that route.This course takes you through all of the requirements of the AZ-302 exam. By the end of the course, you’ll be ready to take the official exam. And passing that will allow you to call yourself an Azure Certified: Solutions Architect Expert.There are six main objectives of this exam:Determine Workload Requirements (15-20%)Design for Identity and Security (5-10%)Design a Business Continuity Strategy (15-20%)Implement Workloads and Security (5-10%)Implement Authentication and Secure Data (5-10%)Develop for the Cloud (25-30%)You’ll find videos about each of these sections in this course. This course also contains some practice questions for you to test your knowledge before taking the real test.This course contains: 3 hours of high quality videoCovering each topic listed in the official requirementsA sample set of test questions so that you can test your knowledgeA few assignments that you can do yourself within the Azure Portal Ability to ask the instructor questions30-day no-questions-asked refund policyYou’ve not nothing to loseSo take your career to the next level with Microsoft Certified: Azure Solution Architect Expert certification!Hope to see you inside the course!
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