Microsoft Azure IoT Developer: Manage Device Lifecycles

The Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam (AZ-220) is for candidates that aspire to become specialists in managing IoT solutions on Azure. In this course, Microsoft Azure IoT Developer: Manage Device Lifecycles, you’ll learn to control the aspects of device registration.

First, you’ll explore the differences between disenrolling and deprovisioning devices. Next, you’ll discover how to achieve disenrollment in DPS. Finally, you’ll learn how to deprovision devices from IoT Hub.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of the Device Provisioning Service needed to handle the lifecycle of IoT devices in Azure.

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Exam Alert: Process and Manage IoT Data in Microsoft Azure

The Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam (AZ-220) is for candidates that aspire to become specialists in managing IoT solutions on Azure. In this course, Exam Alert: Process and Manage IoT Data in Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn about the core concepts for the Process and Manage IoT Data area of the exam.

First, you’ll explore the exam objectives for this domain. Next, you’ll review the major topics in the 3 subsections. Finally, you’ll discover sample scenarios and answers to help you prepare for the exam.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of processing and managing IoT data needed to successfully take the AZ-220 Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam.

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Microsoft Azure IoT Developer: Implement the Device Provisioning Service (DPS)

The Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam (AZ-220) is for candidates that aspire to become specialists in managing IoT solutions on Azure. In this course, Microsoft Azure IoT Developer: Implement the Device Provisioning Service (DPS), you’ll learn to enable zero-touch provisioning of IoT devices.

First, you’ll explore the fundamentals of the Device Provisioning Service. Next, you’ll discover how to set up device enrollments. Finally, you’ll learn how to choose the right allocation policy.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of the Device Provisioning Service needed to configure just-in-time device provisioning for IoT Hub.

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Microsoft Azure IoT Developer: Configure Solutions for Time Series Insights (TSI)

The Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam (AZ-220) is for candidates that aspire to become specialists in managing IoT solutions on Azure. In this course, Microsoft Azure IoT Developer: Configure Solutions for Time Series Insights (TSI), you’ll learn to perform time-based analytics at scale.

First, you’ll explore the fundamentals of Time Series Insights. Next, you’ll discover how to create a Time Series Insights environment. Finally, you’ll learn how to connect IoT Hub to the environment.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Time Series Insights needed to visualize and query time series data in Microsoft Azure.

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Microsoft Azure IoT Developer: Configure Stream Processing

The Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam (AZ-220) is for candidates that aspire to become specialists in managing IoT solutions on Azure. In this course you’ll learn to process and manipulate data streams.

First, you’ll explore the fundamentals of Azure Stream Analytics. Next, you’ll discover how to create a Stream Analytics job. Finally, you’ll learn how to use Azure Functions to process and filter IoT data.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of stream processing needed to configure the handling of IoT data streams in Microsoft Azure.

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Microsoft Azure IoT Developer: Configure Routing in Azure IoT Hub

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The Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam (AZ-220) is for candidates that aspire to become specialists in managing IoT solutions on Azure. In this course you’ll learn to provision routes in IoT Hub.

First, you’ll explore routing of device telemetry messages. Next, you’ll discover how to enrich those messages. Finally, you’ll learn how to profit from native Event Grid integration.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of IoT Hub needed to configure and maintain routing in Microsoft Azure.

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Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect: Implement a NoSQL Databases Strategy

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The Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies exam (AZ-303) is for aspiring Solution Architects that want to take their cloud career to the next level. In this course you’ll learn to provision NoSQL databases in Microsoft Azure.

First, you’ll explore storage account tables. Next, you’ll discover how to select the appropriate Cosmos DB APIs. Finally, you’ll learn how to set up replicas in Cosmos DB.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of NoSQL databases in Microsoft Azure needed to implement and manage data platforms.

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Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Management and Technical Operations

To benefit from rapid deployment, limitless scale and cost efficiency, many organizations are planning to move to the cloud. In this course, Cloud Computing Fundamentals: Management and Technical Operations, you’ll learn to tackle the challenges involved in developing applications in a cloud environment and provisioning and monitoring resources.

First, you’ll explore the aspects of operating within the cloud. Next, you’ll discover DevOps and continuous integration/continuous delivery. Finally, you’ll learn how to review and report on financial expenditures related to cloud resources.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of management and technical operations needed to perform the day-to-day administration of cloud resources.

This course is part of a path to help you pass the CompTIA Cloud Essentials+ (CLO-002) exam.

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Getting Started with Azure Maps

We live in a world that is GPS-driven. Tracking objects is at the core of many new businesses. What if you have to develop an application that needs to show the location of persons or assets on a map? In this course, Getting Started with Azure Maps, you’ll learn to use powerful geospatial capabilities in the Azure cloud to drive your location-aware web applications.

First, you’ll explore the services that Azure Maps offers, to give you an idea of its potential. Next, you’ll discover how to employ the controls from the Web SDK to display objects and areas on an interactive map. Finally, you’ll learn how to use the Search REST API to look up address information.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Azure Maps needed to create map-oriented applications.

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