First published on MSDN on Jun 18, 2018
Authored by Jeffrey Chilberto
Exam 70-535, Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions , is a Microsoft exam designed to measure key capabilities in implementing Azure solutions. The exam covers many aspects of Azure and requires the candidate to have a solid understanding of all Azure blades and their features. The exam has a focus on design and determining why and when specific Azure blades should be used.
The book Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions – Exam Guide 70-535 covers everything you need to know to pass the exam and design Azure solutions. Including the steps to provision new services, an explanation of the components as well as typical use cases are shown. Providing more than an overview, the book covers a lot of Azure so is a great resource to gain a good understanding of Azure and its capabilities and how to design solutions in Azure.
Even if you are not planning on taking the exam, this book is a great asset and I encourage all Azure developers and devOps to have a look. Azure is huge, and for many trying to understand the differences between the different services available is daunting. This book covers a lot of Azure and helps to provide a clear view of how to classify the capabilities of Azure, and just as important, how to determine when and why each should be used. Either as a review or as a great way to gain an understanding of unfamiliar aspects of Azure, this book is a great resource!
|Designing Compute Infrastructure||
|Designing Data Implementation||
|Designing Identity and Security Solutions||
|Designing Networking Implementation||
|Designing Solutions Using Platform Services||
Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions: Exam Guide 70-535 will get Azure architects and developers up-to-date with the latest updates on Azure from an architecture and design perspective. The book includes all the topics that are still relevant from the previous 70-534 exam, and is updated with latest topics covered, including Artificial Intelligence, IoT, and architecture styles.
This exam guide is divided into six parts, where the first part will give you a good understanding of how to design a compute infrastructure. It also dives into designing networking and data implementations. You will learn about designing solutions for Platform Service and operations. Next, you will be able to secure your resources and data, as well as design a mechanism for governance and policies. You will also understand the objective of designing solutions for Platform Services, by covering Artificial Intelligence, IoT, media services, and messaging solution concepts. Finally, you will cover the designing for operations objective. This objective covers application and platform monitoring, as well as designing alerting strategies and operations automation strategies.
By the end of the book, you’ll have met all of the exam objectives, and will have all the information you need to ace the 70-535 exam. You will also have become an expert in designing solutions on Microsoft Azure.
Sjoukje Zaal is a Microsoft Azure MVP and a Microsoft Principal Expert with over 15 years of experience providing architecture, development, consultancy, and design expertise in Microsoft-related technologies. She works at Ordina, a System Integrator in the Netherlands. She is an MCSE Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, MCSD Azure Solutions Architect-, MCSE Productivity-, and MCSD App Builder- certified professional.
Sjoukje is active in the Microsoft Community as a cofounder of SP&C NL and the Mixed Reality User Group, a writer, public speaker, and on MSDN/TechNet.
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