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Is Microsoft Azure Certification worth it?

By gocourses 17 Sep 2019

With Microsoft Azure Certification, technology professionals are more likely to get hired, demonstrate clear business impact, and advance their careers. Microsoft Azure courses are available in locations all over the UK and Europe. Here’s an overview of the Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Technologies AZ-300 course which will help you achieve Azure Certification.

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What’s so great about Microsoft Azure?

Cloud computing is becoming the most popular and sensible choice for business infrastructure. Hosting your own IT system is no longer the best solution. You can remove the cost of buying and upgrading hardware, and there’s no need to pay administrators to maintain and update hardware. With Microsoft Azure you simply pay a monthly fee to host your services in their data centres.

Microsoft Azure leads the way with security, by automatically encrypting all data. It’s also much easier to be GDPR compliant using a secure cloud-based service like Azure.

One huge advantage of Azure is the scalability, so as your business grows and evolves your system can expand whilst remaining cost-effective. Getting more power is now available in a matter of minutes, rather than days.

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Why is Microsoft Azure Certification worth it?

If you’re going to manage cloud resources and your company uses Microsoft Azure, you will benefit from Azure Certification.

If you’re a technology professional with Microsoft Azure Certification, you are more likely to get hired, demonstrate clear business impact, and advance your career.

2019 has seen the introduction of an additional 10+ role-based paths, and Azure now has new learning paths mapped to job roles, based on Microsoft’s business skills analysis. Microsoft have also embraced a more free-form workshop model of delivery to give a far more agile feel to the class. 

Each Azure learning path is made up of courses that focus on single technologies, with a more detailed focus on fewer topics going forward. This means the new exams will be easier to prepare for and the Azure certification paths are better aligned with the job roles professionals are actually working in. 

Learners now have more control over their Azure education. Each new certification is informed by detailed business analysis, and aligned to specific career paths. The course content will include purely role-relevant technologies. So there’s no wasted time and effort spent on learning irrelevant content.

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As specialists in instructor-led IT training, Go.Courses have Microsoft Azure courses available in locations all over the UK and Europe and the training can be delivered to any number of employees. Here’s an overview of the Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Technologies AZ-300 course.

Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Technologies AZ300

What will you learn?

This course will provide you with the knowledge to help prepare you for the Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies Exam AZ-300. 

By the end of this course you will know how to:

  • Manage Azure Subscriptions and Resources
  • Implement and Manage Storage
  • Deploy and Manage VMs
  • Configure and Manage Virtual Networks
  • Manage Identities using Azure Active Directory
  • Evaluate and Perform Server Migration to Azure
  • Implement and Manage Application Services
  • Implement Advanced Virtual Networking
  • And much more

How long is the course?

5 days with 30 hours of training in total.

Who is this course for?

IT Professionals looking to take the Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Technologies Exam AZ-300 and achieve Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Certification.

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We offer a wide range of Microsoft Azure training courses at Go.Courses, which you can view HERE.

All of our training can be delivered in your own office at a time that suits you. Our expert instructors can conduct training for any number of people, including 1-1. 

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