We’re looking for Azure connectivity support engineers to take our new exam, Exam AZ-720: Troubleshooting Microsoft Azure Connectivity, currently in beta. If you have subject matter expertise in using advanced troubleshooting methods to resolve networking and connectivity issues in Azure, be sure to check it out.
This exam is required to earn the new the Microsoft Certified: Azure Support Engineer for Connectivity Specialty certification, which validates your expertise in this area and offers you the opportunity to prove your Azure connectivity troubleshooting skills.
Is this the right certification for you?
This certification could be a great fit for you if you troubleshoot hybrid environments, including issues with Azure Virtual Machines, virtual networks, and connectivity between on-premises and Azure services. You also use various tools and technologies to diagnose and identify root causes for multiple complex technical issues.
As a candidate for this certification, you need experience with networking and with hybrid environments, including knowledge of routing, permissions, and account limits. You must be able to use available tools to diagnose issues related to business continuity, infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS), access control, networking, and virtual machines connectivity.
Ready to prove your skills?
Take advantage of the discounted beta exam offer. The first 300 people who take Exam AZ-720 (beta) on or before April 29, 2022, can get 80 percent off market price.
To receive the discount, when you register for the exam and are prompted for payment, use code AZ720WIND. This is not a private access code. The seats are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. As noted, you must take the exam on or before April 29, 2022. Please note that this beta exam is not available in Russia, Turkey, Pakistan, India, or China.
Get ready to take Exam AZ-720 (beta):
Did you know that you can take any role-based exam online? Online delivered exams—taken from your home or office—can be less hassle, less stress, and even less worry than traveling to a test center, especially if you’re adequately prepared for what to expect. To find out more, check out my blog post Online proctored exams: What to expect and how to prepare.
The rescore process starts on the day an exam goes live, and final scores for beta exams are released approximately 10 days after that. For details on the timing of beta exam rescoring and results, read my post Creating high-quality exams: The path from beta to live. For more information, follow me on Twitter (@libertymunson).
Ready to get started?
Remember, the number of spots is limited to the first 300 candidates taking Exam AZ-720 (beta) on or before April 29, 2022.
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