Microsoft Azure Fundamentals AZ-900 is the basic and entry-level exam to start with Cloud computing especially Microsoft Azure. There are plenty of free courses available online to prepare for this exam. Today I will pen down some very useful and free learning resources to prepare for Azure Fundamentals.
Before getting started with the preparation, it is very important to go through the syllabus first. To get the detailed syllabus outline, click here.
Below are the learning resources you can use to prepare for Azure Fundamentals Exam AZ900:
I am telling you when it comes to Azure Fundamentals preparation, Microsoft Learn is the best resource available online. Not only it provides valuable knowledge, but also the sandbox environment to practice in hands-on labs.
Please find below the links to various Azure Fundamentals exam topics to learn from Microsoft Learn:
- Explore Microsoft Azure cloud concepts (AZ-900)
- Distinguish Microsoft Azure Core Services (AZ-900)
- Examine Microsoft Azure security, privacy, compliance, and trust (AZ-900)
- Review Microsoft Azure pricing, service level agreements, and lifecycles (AZ-900)
AZ-900 Free Course:
Apart from Microsoft Learn, there is one free Azure Fundamentals course available online, which you must go through once before the exam. As Microsoft learns in only theoretical content, here you will get customized videos for the whole exam AZ900 syllabus. Plus, there are practice tests available for each chapter.
After preparing for Azure Fundamentals exam, here is the YouTube video which you should see before exam to revise everything:
Azure 900 Hands-on Labs:
If you are looking for Azure 900 Hands-On labs, then you should go to Github Az 900 labs. You will all the hands-on labs videos inventory for various topics. Here are few links to useful labs:
That was all for the Azure Fundamentals exam preparation. Best of luck for your exam.
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