Welcome back. Here we are in the final episode of this course where we're just gonna have a quick summary of everything and talk about some next steps.
So to summarize what we've learned about here, this is taken directly from the exam objectives we just looked at. We went through and talked about how to deploy and configure infrastructure. This included Resource is like storage accounts, virtue, machines and networking.
But we also took a look at Azure Active directory and how we can work with their identities.
Then we dove into more detail of how we could use those. Resource is when we implement it workloads and security. We also talked about role based access control and multi factor authentication.
Then we switched over from infrastructure and security into a little bit Maur application developer type subjects where we created in deployed Web APS and containerized APS.
Then we talked about some authentication topics and how we could secure our data using different forms of encryption inside of Azure. And then finally, we looked at some of our azure storage options with Cosmo's D B and Azure sequel server instances.
And so, after going through all this, I wanted to address something that I often see out informs or on Twitter or LinkedIn is People are always asking,
What do I need to study to pass this exam?
And really, what it comes down to is you need to find it. What's going to work out for you? Me personally, I like watching video courses like this. It gives me a really good introduction to the topic, being explained somebody else and watching their demos. That's what I tried to do for you in this course,
but you will need to go beyond that. Maybe it's going out and reading the documentation
or reading other people's blog's or even finding a book to go read about the subject like an official exam reference. And there's also practice test out there from measure Up. And they are official sanction practice tests from Microsoft. What's going to work best is looking through different mediums of
how you can absorb and learn this type of information
and ultimately finding out what works best for you. There's not gonna be one single source of information that's gonna prepare you holy for the exam, even going through the exam topics and trying to hit on everything. Sometimes there might be an experimental question in there or something you just didn't quite see. But if you go through multiple sources,
it will just help broaden your knowledge. And if you're presented with something, you're not familiar with Hewlett, he spilled to deduce and find the right answer.
This is especially important inside the performance based labs. When I first took one of the exams with the performance based lab in it, I looked at my lab objectives and kind of drew a blank for just a second. But then I calmed down, reread them and realized I knew exactly what I needed to do, and a couple of times there were some things I didn't know.
But since I was so familiar with the azure portal, I was able to get in there and figure it out very quickly
again. If you have any questions about this course, I'm definitely out in the community. You confined me on Twitter at my handle. There, Jeff W. Brown
feel free to connect with me out on linked in There's the Ural to my profile,
or you can always find my contact information out of my blawg at Jeff brown dot tech. I really enjoyed going through all these topics with you. And hopefully you've learned something and feel prepared to take the exam. Or you at least learned a little bit about Azure that you could maybe use inside your workplace. Thanks very much. And we'll see you next time.