Azure is a Microsoft cloud platform that provides expandable storage, processing, networking, and monitoring capabilities. With an ambitious expansion plan, Microsoft Azure is the market’s second-largest cloud computing platform. It was first launched in 2010 and has since amassed a large following. It offers more services in more domains to a broader audience than other Cloud Service Providers.
The AZ-104: Microsoft Azure Administrator is a self-learning program specifically designed for IT professionals looking forward to developing their career as Azure Administrator. The MS Azure AZ-104 self-learn program will help you prepare for the Microsoft Azure Administrator exam AZ-104. This certification is intended to assess a candidate’s ability to implement, administer, and monitor identity in a cloud environment as an Azure Administrator. The Azure Administrator will correctly supply, size, monitor, and modify resources. The AZ-104 self-learning course will teach you all you need to know about the administrative life cycle. This Azure AZ-104 course demonstrates how Azure administrators manage to compute, storage, network, and security services. The AZ-104 certification program improves your abilities while also preparing you for the AZ-104 exam. Candidates will also get experience with cloud performance and scalability, provisioning, dependability, and monitoring.
261 lectures • 18 hours total length
Anand Rao is a senior technical instructor and cloud consultant. He has worked with large enterprises for about 15 years and has a wide range of technologies in his portfolio. Anand is adept at not just cloud platforms (Azure , AWS and GCP) but also well-versed with IAM, security and automation with powershell and python.
When compared to other Microsoft role-based examinations, the AZ-104 exam is of ‘Intermediate’ complexity. This test will include questions from all five modules as well as case studies to assess your ability to comprehend advanced technical subjects.
The AZ-104 (Azure Administrator) certification, that has a one-year validity term but is generally extended to two years by Azure.