Welcome to the certification preparation course for Microsoft’s AZ-700: Designing and Implementing Microsoft Azure Networking Solutions exam, which helps you obtain the Microsoft Certified: Azure Network Engineer Associate certification.
This course is designed to prepare you to sit for and pass the AZ-700 exam and to prove your skills in planning, implementing, and maintaining Azure networking solutions, including hybrid networking, connectivity, routing, security, and private access to Azure services. Throughout the course, we’ll take a thorough look at the technologies you’ll need to know for the exam and help you not only understand what each service does, but also how you can apply the knowledge you gain here in your own network environments.
This course will cover the following domains:
- Design, Implement, and Manage Hybrid Networking
- Design and Implement Core Networking Infrastructure
- Design and Implement Routing
- Secure and Monitor Networks
- Design and Implement Private Access to Azure Services
This course is focused on securing solutions built within Azure, and so it is expected that you are already familiar with basic deployment, configuration, and implementation of several Azure services. For example, when discussing how to protect a virtual machine, we will focus on the features, services, and configuration required to do so. In this case, it is expected that you would already know how to get a virtual machine up and running.
As such, it is recommended that you have either obtained the Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate certification or have a similar level of experience and familiarity working with and configuring services within Azure.
Within each domain are a variety of subtopics that we’ll cover in greater detail throughout the course. We’ll go through each domain, using each previous lesson as part of the foundation for the next topic. This prepares you not only to answer questions correctly on the exam, but also to have a practical knowledge of how these pieces fit together and how you can design solutions to common problems faced in enterprises today.
You’ll get experience with hands-on labs to solidify your knowledge, and you can look forward to practice questions throughout the course to ensure you’re ready to move on.
So with all of that being said, it’s time to jump in and get started on becoming an Azure network engineer!