AZ-900 Azure Fundamentals Certification Course

Our AZ-900 Azure fundamentals certification course will teach you how to use Azure, Microsoft’s Cloud solution. This introductory-level course prepares students for the AZ-900 certification exam and will go over exam objectives such as Cloud computing fundamentals, threats, compute, networking, Databases, Azure solutions, Administration, pricing and service level agreements, Azure Active Directory and more.


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this course includes

8 Training Hours

48 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

11 Topics

100 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion

What you’ll




Cloud Fundamentals


Azure’s Architecture




Networking and CDN




Azure Solutions




Pricing and Service Level Agreements


Exam Preparation


Review Questions

Learn to use Azure, Microsoft’s cloud solution and prepare for the AZ-900 Microsoft Azure Fundamentals exam in this AZ-900 Azure Fundamentals Certification course

In this day and age, foundational knowledge cloud computing is a necessity. With businesses switching over to the Cloud, it is more important than ever to have the fundamental knowledge of Azure. Understanding cloud concepts and it works and operates will further your career and help you become more marketable.

With this self-paced training IT course, you will learn the foundational level knowledge of what the Cloud is, different ways to utilize the Cloud, and a variety of the resources that are available in the Azure console. In this course, we will go over several different modules.



Instructor Introduction
Course Overview

Cloud Fundamentals

What is the Cloud
Basic Terms
Types of cloud computing
Cloud Service Models

Azure’s Architecture

Regions and Availability
Resource Groups and Management
Azure Marketplace
Demo- Azure Console Exploration


Virtual Machines
Demo - Containers
Demo - Functions
Windows Virtual Desktop and App Services

Networking and CDN

Virtual Networks
Load Balancers
Content Delivery Network
Network Security
Demo - Connecting two VMs


Big Data and Analytics
Demo - SQL Database
Database Migration

Azure Solutions

Demo - IoT Hub
Serverless Computing


Identity and Access Management
Demo - Adding Users and Groups
Demo - Resource Locks
Privacy and Compliance

Pricing and Service Level Agreements

Managing Costs
Demo - Pricing Calculator
Service Level Agreements and Service Lifecycles

Exam Preparation

Exam Layout
Best Practices and Study Tips
Overview and Conclusion

Review Questions

Module 11 pt 1
Module 11 pt 2
Module 11 pt 3
Module 11 pt 4

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Your Questions, Answered

What will I learn in the AZ-900 Azure Fundamentals Certification Course?

You’ll get to know the basics of Azure, Microsoft’s Cloud solution. The course covers a range of topics such as cloud computing fundamentals, compute services, networking services, databases, Azure solutions, administration, pricing, and service level agreements. You’ll get a good understanding of how Azure works and how to utilize it effectively!

How long is the course and what materials are provided?

This online course consists of 8 hours of training, spread across 48 videos covering 11 topics. Additionally, it provides 100 practice questions to help you prepare for the AZ-900 Azure Fundamentals Certification exam​.

Who is this course designed for?

This course is designed for IT personnel who are just starting to work with Azure. You don’t need any scripting skills, as the course primarily uses the Azure portal and command line interface to create resources. It’s perfect for those who want to learn about Azure offerings and get hands-on experience with the product.

What does the AZ-900 Azure Fundamentals exam measure?

The exam measures your ability to describe cloud concepts, Azure architecture and services, and Azure management and governance. So, after taking the course, you should be well-equipped to handle these topics in the exam.

Can this course help me prepare for other Azure certifications as well?

Yes, indeed! While the Azure Fundamentals certification is not a prerequisite for other Azure role-based or specialty certifications, the foundational knowledge you gain from this course can be very useful when preparing for other Azure certifications​.