AZ-204: Developing solutions for Microsoft Azure
Introducing AZ-204 Hands-on Lab, a comprehensive and interactive learning experience offered by CloudLabs. This lab is specifically designed to provide participants with practical knowledge and skills in developing solutions using Microsoft Azure.the lab focuses on important development concepts such as authentication and authorization, monitoring and troubleshooting, and scalability and performance optimization. Participants will gain practical skills in implementing secure authentication mechanisms, monitoring application performance, and optimizing resource utilization.
During the lab, participants will have the opportunity to explore various aspects of Azure development, including Azure services, application integration, and security. They will gain hands-on experience in tasks such as creating and deploying Azure functions, implementing Azure Logic Apps, integrating applications with Azure Event Grid, and securing applications using Azure Key Vault.
The AZ-204 Hands-on Lab requires intermediate-level knowledge of at least one programming language, such as C# or Java. Additionally, learners should have an understanding of Azure services and core concepts, including security, compute, storage, and networking.
By completing the AZ-204 Hands-on Lab, learners will gain in-depth knowledge and skills required to develop and manage cloud-based applications and services using Microsoft Azure. The Hands-on Lab includes hands-on lab modules and real-world scenarios that allow learners to gain practical experience and prepare for the Microsoft Azure Developer Associate certification exam.
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A hands-on lab is a virtual environment where you can actively engage in practical exercises and simulations related to a specific subject or technology. It allows you to gain real-world experience and develop practical skills.
Upon enrolment, student will receive voucher code and access instructions to launch the lab environment.
No, generally, MOC Hands-On Labs are designed to be completed in one continuous session. Once you start a lab, it's recommended to allocate enough time to finish it in one go.
Only a system with internet access and a compatible web browser.
Yes, CloudLabs Hands-on labs often come with built-in tracking and reporting features. These features allow you to monitor trainee progress, track completion rates, and generate reports on lab performance. This enables you to assess individual or group achievements and measure the effectiveness of your training initiatives.
CloudLabs have the SLA of 15 days to update the Labs.
Learners are typically allowed to access the lab once.
We have CloudLabs Shadow which is an embedded feature integrated into the CloudLabs platform that lets Instructors shadow the learners environment.