AZ-305: Designing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions
ntroducing AZ-305 Hands-on Lab, a comprehensive and immersive learning experience offered by CloudLabs. This lab is specifically designed to equip participants with the practical knowledge and skills required to design and implement solutions using Azure IoT (Internet of Things) services. The lab focuses on key IoT concepts such as edge computing, real-time analytics, and integration with other Azure services. Participants will gain practical skills in deploying and managing IoT Edge devices, performing real-time analytics on IoT data streams, and integrating IoT solutions with Azure services like Azure Functions and Azure Storage.
During the lab, participants will have the opportunity to explore various aspects of Azure IoT, including device connectivity, data ingestion, and analysis. They will gain hands-on experience in tasks such as provisioning and configuring IoT devices, establishing device-to-cloud communication, and processing telemetry data using Azure IoT Hub and Azure Stream Analytics.
The AZ-305 Hands-on Lab requires advanced-level knowledge of Azure services and core concepts, including security, compute, storage, and networking. Additionally, learners should have an understanding of one or more programming languages such as C# or Python.
By completing the AZ-305 Hands-On Lab, participants will be able to: Develop and deploy scalable, secure, and efficient cloud solutions using Azure services and tools. Gain hands-on experience in implementing Azure services for various application scenarios. Acquire the skills necessary to design and deploy Azure-based solutions that meet business requirements effectively.
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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.
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