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Azure Arc Overview

Azure Arc for Developers, IT Pros, Cloud Architects, and Security Engineers

Azure Arc allows customers to extend Azure management and Azure services to anywhere. Now that said, this offers a lot of different opportunities and features depending on your job role. I wrote a couple of blog posts on our team blog on Microsoft Tech Community, to show the different Azure Arc capabilities in hybrid and multicloud environments to developers, IT Pros, Cloud Architects, and Security Engineers.

Here is an overview and some of the highlights of the blog posts. You can find more about each of these job roles here:

Azure Arc for Developers

Azure Arc and the Azure control plane enables developers to build hybrid and mutlicloud architectures for their applications. Taking advantage of the Azure control plane to manage infrastructure and allows to deploy Azure services anywhere. This allows customers to build cloud solutions and application architectures consistently, independent of where the application is running. Developers can use their favorite Azure services like WebApps or Azure SQL, and run their applications outside of Azure.

Azure Arc for Developers
Azure Arc for Developers

Highlights for Developers

  • Use the Azure Portal to gain central visibility
  • Manage Access
  • Enable your custom deployment locations
  • Run cloud-native apps on Azure PaaS anywhere
  • Azure Arc enabled Data Services
  • CI/CD workflow using GitOps – Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes
  • Access your Kubernetes Cluster from anywhere
  • Deploy and run Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS) on-premises on Azure Stack HCI
  • Run Machine Learning anywhere
  • Use Azure Managed Identities on-prem or at other cloud providers
  • Monitoring
  • and more
Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes GitOps Flow for Developer and DevOps
Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes GitOps Flow for Developer and DevOps

You can read the full Azure Arc for Developers blog post on Tech Community.

Azure Arc for IT Pros

Azure Arc simplifies governance and management by delivering a consistent multi-cloud and on-premises management platform. Azure Arc enables IT Professionals (IT Pros) to manage your entire environment, with a single pane of glass, by projecting your existing resources into Azure Resource Manager. You can now manage servers, Kubernetes clusters, and databases as if they are running in Azure. Regardless of where they live, you can use familiar Azure services and management capabilities. Azure Arc enables you to continue using traditional ITOps, while introducing DevOps practices to support new cloud-native patterns in your environment.

Azure Arc for IT Pros Monitoring
Azure Arc for IT Pros Monitoring

Highlights for IT Pros

  • Use the Azure Portal to gain central visibility
  • Organization and Inventory
  • Azure Resource Graph
  • Manage Access
  • Update Management
  • Monitoring
  • Log collection and analytics
  • Change Tracking and Inventory
  • Certificate Management
  • Security
  • Running Scripts against servers
  • Get compliance state
  • Manage your Azure Stack HCI

You can read the full Azure Arc for IT Pros blog post on Tech Community.

Azure Arc for Cloud Solutions Architects

Azure Arc and the Azure control plane enables Cloud Solutions Architects to build hybrid and mutlicloud architectures. Taking advantage of the Azure control plane to manage infrastructure and allows to deploy Azure services anywhere. This allows customers to build cloud solutions and applications architectures consistently, independent of where the application is running.

Azure Arc Cloud Architects - Architecture
Azure Arc Cloud Architects – Architecture

Highlights for Cloud Solutions Architects

  • Use the Azure Portal to gain central visibility
  • Organization and Inventory
  • Azure Resource Graph
  • Manage Access
  • Enable your custom deployment locations
  • Run cloud-native apps on Azure PaaS anywhere
  • Azure Arc enabled Data Services
  • CI/CD workflow using GitOps – Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes
  • Deploy and run Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS) on-premises on Azure Stack HCI
  • Use Azure Managed Identities on-prem or at other cloud providers
  • Run Machine Learning anywhere
  • Update Management
  • Monitoring
  • Log collection and analytics
  • Change Tracking and Inventory
  • Certificate Management
  • Security
  • Running Scripts against servers
  • Get compliance state
  • Manage your Azure Stack HCI

You can read the full Azure Arc for Cloud Solutions Architects blog post on Tech Community.

Azure Arc for Security Engineers

Azure Arc and the Azure control plane enables Security Engineers to take care of Cloud Governance and make sure that their hybrid and multi-cloud environment are configured in a secure and compliant state. In hybrid and multicloud environments, it can be difficult for Security Engineers to get a central view of all the resources they need to manage. Some of these resources are running in Azure, some on-premises, at branch offices, or even at other cloud providers. By connecting resources to the Azure Resource Manager using Azure Arc, Security Engineers can get central visibility and compliance states of a wide range of resources including Windows and Linux servers, SQL server, Kubernetes clusters, and Azure services running in Azure and outside of Azure.

Azure Arc for Security Engineers - Azure Policy Guest Configuration
Azure Arc for Security Engineers – Azure Policy Guest Configuration

Highlights for Security Engineers

  • Use the Azure Portal to gain central visibility
  • Organization and Inventory
  • Azure Resource Graph
  • Manage Access
  • Update Management
  • Monitoring
  • Log collection and analytics
  • Change Tracking and Inventory
  • Certificate Management
  • Security
  • Get compliance state

You can read the full Azure Arc for Security Engineers blog post on Tech Community.



SC-900 security compliance and identity fundamentals

Passed SC-900 Microsoft Security Compliance and Identity Fundamentals

Yesterday it was time for me to take another Microsoft certification exam. This time it was one of the new Microsoft Security certification exams. I started with the basics and passed SC-900 Microsoft Security Compliance and Identity Fundamentals exam.

The high-level view of the skills measured in the exam:

  • Describe the concepts of security, compliance, and identity (5-10%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft identity and access management solutions (25-30%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft security solutions (30-35%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft compliance solutions (25-30%)

You can find more information on the exam website.

You can find all the resources I used to prepare and pass the exam on my SC-900 Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals Exam Study Guide.

Exam SC-900: Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals
This certification is targeted to those looking to familiarize themselves with the fundamentals of security, compliance, and identity (SCI) across cloud-based and related Microsoft services.

This is a broad audience that may include business stakeholders, new or existing IT professionals, or students who have an interest in Microsoft security, compliance, and identity solutions.

Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 and want to understand how Microsoft security, compliance, and identity solutions can span across these solution areas to provide a holistic and end-to-end solution.

Microsoft Learn

I am happy that I passed the SC-900 exam yesterday, and I will go on to do other security exams like the SC-200 and more in the next upcoming weeks.

If you want to learn more about Microsoft Certification, check out my following blogs:

Also, check out other Microsoft Azure Certification Exam Study Guides:



Azure Advisor Recommendations

Azure Advisor: How to Improve performance, security, and reliability of your Azure VMs

Running virtual machines in Azure is great. However, there are a lot of things you need to think about to improve performance, security, and reliability. Your cloud environment is also constantly changing, so you will need to check your Azure VMs from time to time. Luckily, there is a service called Azure Advisor which is a personalized cloud consultant that helps you follow best practices to optimize your Azure deployments. It analyzes your resource configuration and usage telemetry and then recommends solutions that can help you improve the cost-effectiveness, performance, reliability, and security of your Azure resources.

With Advisor, you can:

  • Get proactive, actionable, and personalized best practices recommendations.
  • Improve the performance, security, and reliability of your resources, as you identify opportunities to reduce your overall Azure spend.
  • Get recommendations with proposed actions inline.

How to check your Azure Advisor recommendations for your Azure virtual machines (VMs)

You can access Azure Advisor, for all Azure services through the Azure portal or directly in as an option in the Azure VM navigation.

Azure Advisor recommendations for Azure VMs
Azure Advisor recommendations for Azure VMs

From here you can read more about the recommendation and get more details, as well as take action.

You can also create an Azure Advisor recommendation digest, so you can find your recommendations directly in your inbox.

Azure Advisor recommendation digest
Azure Advisor recommendation digest

Conclusion

Azure Advisor is a great tool to get recommendations for not just your Azure virtual machines, but also for other Azure services. Azure Advisor can also help you to optimize your Azure environment and deployments. If you want to learn more check out Microsoft Docs.

Want to learn more about tools that can help you work with Azure? Check out Azure PowerShell and the Azure CLI. These tools have some cool new features like Az Predictor PowerShell module, which helps you to predict your PowerShell commands or use the Az Next AI-powered assistant in the Azure CLI.

If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below.



SC-900 Exam Study Guide Microsoft Security Compliance and Identity Fundamentals

SC-900 Study Guide Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals

Microsoft just released a couple of new Microsoft certifications focused on security. Of course, these exams are on my list to take, so that is why I want to share my SC-900: Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals Certification Exam Study Guide for 2021 with you. To learn and prepare for the exam, I usually use a couple of online resources, mainly Microsoft Docs and Microsoft Learn, which I am going to share with you. You can find more information about how I prepare for a Microsoft Certification exam on my blog post: How to prepare and pass Microsoft Certification Exam.

Also, check out other Microsoft Azure Certification Exam Study Guides:

If you want to learn more about how to get started with Azure, I recommend my blog post: How to get started learning Microsoft Azure and Cloud Computing

Here is my SC-900Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals Certification Exam Study Guide

It is essential to get familiar with the exam objectives and skills measured first. That is why I recommend reading the description of the exam and the skills measured.

Exam SC-900: Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals
This certification is targeted to those looking to familiarize themselves with the fundamentals of security, compliance, and identity (SCI) across cloud-based and related Microsoft services.

This is a broad audience that may include business stakeholders, new or existing IT professionals, or students who have an interest in Microsoft security, compliance, and identity solutions.

Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 and want to understand how Microsoft security, compliance, and identity solutions can span across these solution areas to provide a holistic and end-to-end solution.

Microsoft Learn

The high-level view of the skills measured in the exam:

  • Describe the concepts of security, compliance, and identity (5-10%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft identity and access management solutions (25-30%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft security solutions (30-35%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft compliance solutions (25-30%)

You can find more information on the exam website.

Free Online Microsoft Learn SC-900 Exam Study Guide resources

Free Online Microsoft Learn AZ-900 Exam Study Guide resources

I personally believe if you are going through the Azure Fundamentals learning path on Microsoft Learn, you should be able to pass the exam. Microsoft Learn provides you with free online training and learning paths for different Microsoft technologies. They not just offer reading material, but also control questions and free online labs. Here are some relevant Microsoft Learn modules and learning paths for the SC-900 Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals Certification Exam. Microsoft Learn is an important part of my SC-900 exam study guide.

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Microsoft Docs SC-900 study guide resources

One thing I always used to prepare for my Microsoft exams is Microsoft Docs. Here are the relevant Microsoft Docs which I used to prepare and study for the SC-900 exam.

Describe the Concepts of Security, Compliance, and Identity (5-10%)

Describe security methodologies

Describe security concepts

Describe Microsoft Security and compliance principles

Describe the capabilities of Microsoft Identity and Access Management Solutions (25-30%)

Define identity principles/concepts

Describe the basic identity services and identity types of Azure AD

Describe the authentication capabilities of Azure AD

Describe access management capabilities of Azure AD

Describe the identity protection & governance capabilities of Azure AD

Describe the capabilities of Microsoft Security Solutions (30-35%)

Describe basic security capabilities in Azure

Describe security management capabilities of Azure

Describe security capabilities of Azure Sentinel

Describe threat protection with Microsoft 365 Defender (formerly Microsoft Threat Protection)

Describe security management capabilities of Microsoft 365

Describe endpoint security with Microsoft Intune

Describe the Capabilities of Microsoft Compliance Solutions (25-30%)

Describe the compliance management capabilities in Microsoft

Describe information protection and governance capabilities of Microsoft 365

Describe insider risk capabilities in Microsoft 365

Describe the eDiscovery capabilities of Microsoft 365

Describe the audit capabilities in Microsoft 365

Describe resource governance capabilities in Azure

SC-900 Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals Study Guide Tips and Resources

I hope this SC-900 Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals Certification Exam Study Guide helps you pass the exam and get other Microsoft Security certifications. I also recommend that you open a free Azure account if you don’t have one yet. You can create your free Azure account here. Also, check out my blog posts about Microsoft Azure Certification:

I hope you enjoyed my SC-900 Study Guide and it helps you with exam prep. Did I miss any link, or do you have any recommended SC-900 Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals Certification Exam Study resources? Let me know in the comments.



New Microsoft Security Certification Exams

New Microsoft Security Certification Exams in Beta

Microsoft just announced 4 new Microsoft Security Certification beta exams. These new exams have the exam codes SC-900, SC-200, SC-300, and SC-400. All of the exams are related to different security topics, and all of them come with an 80% discount code for the first 300 people. The seats are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. You must register for the exam on or beforeĀ March 15, 2021. Take the exam as soon as possible, so we can leverage your comments, feedback, and exam data in our evaluation of the quality of the questions. You can find the discount codes on Microsoft Tech Community.

If you want to learn more about Microsoft Certification, check out my following blogs:


Exam SC-900: Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals (beta)

This exam is targeted to those looking to familiarize themselves with the fundamentals of security, compliance, and identity (SCI) across cloud-based and related Microsoft services.

This is a broad audience that may include business stakeholders, new or existing IT professionals, or students who have an interest in Microsoft security, compliance, and identity solutions.

Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft Azure and Microsoft 365 and understand how Microsoft security, compliance, and identity solutions can span across these solution areas to provide a holistic and end-to-end solution.

Skills measured

  • Describe the concepts of security, compliance, and identity (5-10%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft identity and access management solutions (25-30%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft security solutions (30-35%)
  • Describe the capabilities of Microsoft compliance solutions (25-30%)

You can find more information, the discount code and the link to register here on the exam page.

Exam SC-200: Microsoft Security Operations Analyst (beta)

The Microsoft Security Operations Analyst collaborates with organizational stakeholders to secure information technology systems for the organization. Their goal is to reduce organizational risk by rapidly remediating active attacks in the environment, advising on improvements to threat protection practices, and referring violations of organizational policies to appropriate stakeholders.

Responsibilities include threat management, monitoring, and response by using a variety of security solutions across their environment. The role primarily investigates, responds to, and hunts for threats using Microsoft Azure Sentinel, Azure Defender, Microsoft 365 Defender, and third-party security products. Since the Security Operations Analyst consumes the operational output of these tools, they are also a critical stakeholder in the configuration and deployment of these technologies.

Skills measured

  • Mitigate threats using Microsoft 365 Defender (25-30%)
  • Mitigate threats using Azure Defender (25-30%)
  • Mitigate threats using Azure Sentinel (40-45%)

You can find more information, the discount code and the link to register here on the exam page.

Exam SC-300: Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator (beta)

The Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator designs, implements, and operates an organizationā€™s identity and access management systems by using Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). They manage tasks such as providing secure authentication and authorization access to enterprise applications. The administrator provides seamless experiences and self-service management capabilities for all users. Adaptive access and governance are core elements to the role. This role is also responsible for troubleshooting, monitoring, and reporting for the identity and access environment.

The Identity and Access Administrator may be a single individual or a member of a larger team. This role collaborates with many other roles in the organization to drive strategic identity projects to modernize identity solutions, to implement hybrid identity solutions, and to implement identity governance.

Skills measured

  • Implement an identity management solution (25-30%)
  • Implement an authentication and access management solution (25-30%)
  • Implement access management for apps (10-15%)
  • Plan and implement an identity governance strategy (25-30%)

You can find more information, the discount code and the link to register here on the exam page.

Exam SC-400: Microsoft Information Protection Administrator (beta)

he Information Protection Administrator plans and implements controls that meet organizational compliance needs. This person is responsible for translating requirements and compliance controls into technical implementation. They assist organizational control owners to become and stay compliant.

They work with information technology (IT) personnel, business application owners, human resources, and legal stakeholders to implement technology that supports policies and controls necessary to sufficiently address regulatory requirements for their organization. They also work with the compliance and security leadership such as a Chief Compliance Officer and Security Officer to evaluate the full breadth of associated enterprise risk and partner to develop those policies.

This person defines applicable requirements and tests IT processes and operations against those policies and controls. They are responsible for creating policies and rules for content classification, data loss prevention, governance, and protection.

Skills measured

  • Implement information protection (35-40%)
  • Implement data loss prevention (30-35%)
  • Implement information governance (25-30%)

You can find more information, the discount code and the link to register here on the exam page.

Conclusion

I hope this provides you with an overview of the new Microsoft Security certification exams. Of course, I will be sharing my Study Guides for the exams in the next coming days. I highly recommend that you also check out my how to learn Microsoft Azure in 2021 blog and my exam study guides for other Microsoft exams.



425Show Secure Hybrid Cloud with Azure Arc with Thomas Mauer

425 Show – Secure Hybrid Cloud with Azure Arc

Yesterday I had the chance to be on the 425 Show live stream on YouTube with Christos Matskas and John Patrick Dandison from the Microsoft Identity team. We spoke about how you can use Azure Arc to secure and manage your Hybrid cloud environment including Linux and Windows Server, as well as Kubernetes clusters. We had a look at the different management features and we talked about how to use the Managed Identity of the Azure Arc enabled servers as well as how to leverage the new Azure Arc Key Vault extension. And we also added some PowerShell stuff as well! Trust me, I had a lot of fun!

I highly recommend that you check out their show on YouTube and you can also follow my YouTube Channel.

If you want to learn more, check out the following resources



Azure Hybrid Cloud Architectures

How to create Azure Hybrid Cloud Architectures

Hybrid Cloud is important for many companies out there since hybrid cloud will be an end state for many customers and not just an in-between state until they have moved everything into the cloud. But how do we leverage all the hybrid cloud offerings of Microsoft Azure, and how do we build Azure hybrid cloud architectures? That is what we addressed with many new hybrid cloud architectures in the Azure Architecture Center. There you can find Architecture diagrams, reference architectures, example scenarios, and solutions for common hybrid cloud workloads.

These architectures focus on my different topics like:

Azure Hybrid Cloud Architectures

Here are some of the examples we have added to the Azure Architecture Center. You can find more Azure hybrid cloud architectures here.

Hybrid Security Monitoring using Azure Security Center and Azure Sentinel

This reference architecture illustrates how to use Azure Security Center and Azure Sentinel to monitor the security configuration and telemetry of on-premises and Azure operating system workloads. This includes Azure Stack.

Hybrid Security Monitoring using Azure Security Center and Azure Sentinel

Hybrid Security Monitoring using Azure Security Center and Azure Sentinel

You can find the full Hybrid Security Monitoring using Azure Security Center and Azure Sentinel architecture here.



Automanage for Azure virtual machines

Automanage for Azure virtual machines

For me, one of the most impressive announcements at Microsoft Ignite, next to many of the Azure Arc and Azure Stack announcements, was the announcement of the Azure Automanage for virtual machines (VMs) public preview. As you know, Microsoft Azure offers many management services for Azure virtual machines (VMs). However, finding and configured these services can be some work. Azure Automanage for virtual machines helps to address precisely that. Azure Automanage for virtual machines is a service that eliminates the need to discover, know how to onboard, and how to configure certain services in Azure that would benefit your virtual machine.

UPDATE: Azure Automanage now also supports servers running outside of Azure (on-premises or other cloud providers) using Azure Arc. Check out my blog for more details: Azure Automanage for Arc enabled servers

In summary, Azure Automanage provides the following features to reduced cost by automating Windows Server management, improved workload uptime with optimized operations, and implementation of security best practices.

  • Intelligently onboards virtual machines to select best practices Azure services
  • Automatically configures each service per Azure best practices.
  • Monitors for drift and corrects for it when detected.
  • Provides a simple experience (point, click, set, forget)

You can find more information on Microsoft Docs.



Azure Arc enabled SQL Server

Azure Arc enabled SQL Server Preview is now available

As you know, I do a lot of work on Hybrid Cloud topics like Azure Arc, which allows you to extend Azure management and Azure services to any infrastructure. I talk a lot about how you can use Microsoft Azure to manage your servers running on-premises or at other cloud providers, or how you can connect and manage Kubernetes clusters. The Azure Data services team at Microsoft Ignite 2019 also announced the private preview of Azure Arc Data services, which allow you to deploy services like Azure SQL on any infrastructure. This week they had another news to share, and it is the private preview of Azure Arc enabled SQL Server. With Azure Arc enabled SQL Server, you can use the Azure Portal to register and track the inventory of your SQL Server instances across on-premises, edge sites, and multi-cloud in a single view. You can also take advantage of Azure security services, such as Azure Security Center and Azure Sentinel.

Onboarding SQL Server to Azure Arc

Onboarding SQL Server to Azure Arc

The preview of Azure Arc enabled SQL Server Preview includes the following features:

  • Use the Azure Portal to register and track the inventory of your SQL Server instances across on-premises, edge sites, and multi-cloud in a single view.
  • UseĀ Azure Security CenterĀ to produce a comprehensive report of vulnerabilities in SQL Servers and get advanced, real-time security alerts for threats to SQL Servers and the OS.
  • Investigate threats in SQL Servers usingĀ Azure Sentinel.

Azure Security Center assessment of on-premises SQL Server

Azure Security Center assessment of on-premises SQL Server

You can register any Windows or Linux based SQL Server to track your inventory. Azure Security Centerā€™s advanced data security works on Windows-based SQL Server version 2012 or higher, running on physical or virtual machines and hosted on any infrastructure outside of Azure.

If you are interested in participating in this preview, check out the official blog post. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment.



AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies Engineer Exam Study Guide

AZ-500 Study Guide: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies 2021

The content of the AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies exam was just updated in January 2021. That is why I want to share my new updated AZ-500: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies Certification Exam Study Guide for 2021 with you.Ā  If you are passing the AZ-500 exam, you will earn the Microsoft Certified: Azure Security Engineer Associate certification, that you understand how to implement security controls and threat protection; manage identity and access; and protect data, applications, and networks in cloud and hybrid environments as part of end-to-end infrastructure.

To learn and prepare for the exam, I usually use a couple of online resources, mainly Microsoft Docs and Microsoft Learn, which I am going to share with you. You can find more information about how I prepare for a Microsoft Certification exam on my blog post: How to prepare and pass Microsoft Certification Exam.

Also, check out other Microsoft Azure Certification Exam Study Guides:

Here is my AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies

It is essential to get familiar with the exam objectives and skills measured first. That is why I recommend reading the description of the exam and the skills measured.

Exam AZ-500: Microsoft Azure Security Technologies

Candidates for this exam should have subject matter expertise implementing security controls and threat protection, managing identity and access, and protecting data, applications, and networks in cloud and hybrid environments as part of an end-to-end infrastructure.

Responsibilities for an Azure Security Engineer include maintaining the security posture, identifying and remediating vulnerabilities by using a variety of security tools, implementing threat protection, and responding to security incident escalations.

Azure Security Engineers often serve as part of a larger team dedicated to cloud-based management and security or hybrid environments as part of an end-to-end infrastructure.

A candidate for this exam should be familiar with scripting and automation, should have a deep understanding of networking and virtualization. A candidate should also have a strong familiarity with cloud capabilities, Azure products and services, and other Microsoft products and services.

The high-level view of the skills measured in the exam:

  • Manage identity and access (30-35%)
  • Implement platform protection (15-20%)
  • Manage security operations (25-30%)
  • Secure data and applications (20-25%)

You can find more information on the exam website.

Free Online Microsoft Learn AZ-500 Exam Study Guide resources

Microsoft Learn provides you with free online training and learning paths for different Microsoft technologies. They not just offer reading material, but also control questions and free online labs. Here are some relevant Microsoft Learn modules and learning paths for the AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies Certification Exam. Microsoft Learn is an important part of my AZ-500 exam study guide.

Microsoft Docs AZ-500 study guide resources

One thing I always used to prepare for my Microsoft exams is Microsoft Docs. Here are the relevant Microsoft Docs which I used to prepare and study for the AZ-500 exam.