4.Brush up on PowerShell commands by downloading the free PowerShell Reference Guide. You can complete the exam with the GUI or PowerShell, Microsoft doesn’t score differently; As long as you complete the task correctly. A command line option may come up as the only way to solve an issue, so it is good to familiarize yourselves with PowerShell commands.
©2019 Skylines Academy, LLC All rights reservedArticle 5.Gain more detail with Microsoft Documentation. We’ve put together some handy Study Guides which reference the most-relevant links for studying for the exam. We understand that everyone has different learning styles. Some people require additional post-course reading and Microsoft makes it easy to read up on any Azure topic imaginable though docs. 6.Take practice tests. We’ve put together80 practice questions based on our experience taking the exam and feedback from students. 7.Ask your peers!There thousands of like-minded individuals who are studying for or have already taken the AZ-103 exam. Check out the Azure Study Group and feel free to join, post, and see what your fellow Azure students are up to. Other Useful Resources1.Microsoft Learning Paths: There are also Microsoft learning paths online available for different topics. 2.GitHub Repo: Here you can find labs to deploy code in your own environment. 3.Blogs: Here’s a list of blogs we found useful in studying for the AZ-103: 1.Build Azure: Chris Pietschmann provides comprehensive Azure updates and Microsoft certification paths. We highly recommend this blog to keep up-to-date and find your path to learning Azure. 2.Azure Greg: Gregor Suttie has a ton of passion and knowledge about all things Azure. H also has some great posts on best practices and study links/resources. 3.Cooper’s Cloud: Aside from being all all-around great guy, Cooper’s blog is phenomenal. He's an Azure engineer and uses what he learns in the field to share with Azure students. Let us know about your success! We love to empower our students and promote them. You can reach us on Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook As of Today the Microsoft Blueprint is as follows: Manage Azure subscriptions and resources (15-20%)•Manage Azure subscriptions oAssign administrator permissions, configure cost center quotas and tags, configure policies for Azure subscriptions at the sub level •Analyze resource utilization and consumption oConfigure diagnostic settings on resources, create baseline for resources, create and rest alerts, analyze alerts across subscription, analyze metrics
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