I decided to take the first exam, AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals, to give myself a smooth transition from AWS to Azure.
The developer certification path requires two exams:Exam AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (optional) Exam AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft AzureSolutions Architect certification pathThe solutions Architect certification path requires three exams:Exam AZ-900: Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (optional)Exam AZ-300: Microsoft Azure Architect TechnologiesExam AZ-301: Microsoft Azure Architect DesignIf you’re familiar with AWS exams, you’ve probably noticed there was no Associate level for the Solutions Architect role.
I’ve summarized the exam equivalence between AWS and Azure in this table:Comparison between AWS and Azure examsFocus on AZ-900: Microsoft Azure FundamentalsMicrosoft says the objective of this exam is to demonstrate foundational level knowledge of cloud services and how those services are provided with Azure.
It’s a 10-hour course containing 12 modules:Cloud Concepts – Principles of cloud computing Create an Azure account Core Cloud Services – Introduction to Azure Core Cloud Services – Azure architecture and service guarantees Core Cloud Services – Manage services with the Azure portal Core Cloud Services – Azure compute options Core Cloud Services – Azure data storage options Core Cloud Services – Azure networking options Security, responsibility, and trust in Azure Apply and monitor infrastructure standards with Azure Policy Control and organize Azure resources with Azure Resource Manager Predict costs and optimize spending for AzureIf you usually watch Andrew Brown’s courses, you’ll be disappointed by Microsoft Learn.
I took my Microsoft @Azure Fundamentals exam this morning, and I passed!!!

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