Microsoft Exam 70-535: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions corresponds with MOC Course 20535 with Dynamics Edge - this course helps you prepare for Exam 70-535 for official certifications such as MCP, MCSA, MCSE, MCSD related to Azure Training and Azure Certification Training.

Click here right now to take the correct prep MOC course 20535 with trusted official Microsoft Partner, Dynamics Edge!

This Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Training Course (use link above) corresponds to the following topics:

Design and Implement Compute Infrastructure (20-25% of exam).
So you can Design and implement solutions using virtual machines (VMs)
Now you should know how to design VM deployments by leveraging fault domains, availability sets, and update domains in Azure; You can use web app for containers; You can design for VMs in a DevTest Lab environment (including formulas, artifacts, claiming and un-claiming VMs, and images); design VM Scale Sets; design for compute-intensive tasks using Azure Batch and Azure Batch AI; define a migration strategy from cloud services; determine when to use reserved instances; determine when to utilize Accelerated Networking; recommend use of many Azure Site Recovery and Azure Backup regions including support for the Linux in Azure Backup and integrating Azure Backup in the VM creation process; recommend when to use availability zones
Design solutions for serverless computing.

Design data storage solutions for serverless computing; use Azure Functions to implement event-driven actions; design for serverless computing using Azure Container Instances; determine when to use API management service; design event routing solutions using Azure Event Grid; design solutions that integrate stream processing and bot messaging; design application solutions by using Azure Logic Apps, Azure Functions, or both!
How to design microservices-based solutions
You should know how to determine when Azure Functions is appropriate; determine when Web API is appropriate; determine which platform is appropriate for container orchestration; determine when Azure Service Fabric (ASF) is appropriate; consider migrating existing assets versus cloud native deployment; design lifecycle management strategies; determine when a container-based solution is appropriate; determine when to use API management service; determine when container-orchestration is appropriate.
Design high-performance computing (HPC) and other compute-intensive applications using Azure Services; determine when to use Azure Batch; design stateless components to accommodate scale; design lifecycle strategy for Azure Batch; design solution that implement low priority batching and job task counting
Design Data Implementation (15-20%)
Design for Azure Storage solutions
Determine when to use Azure Blob Storage, blob tiers (hot, cool, archive), Azure Files, disks, Azure Data Box, Azure Storage Service Encryption, and Azure StorSimple
Design for Azure Data Services
Determine when to use Azure Data Catalog, Azure Data Factory, Azure SQL Data Warehouse, Azure Data Lake Analytics, Azure Analysis Services, and Azure HDInsight
Design for relational database storage
Determine when to use Azure SQL Database and SQL Server Stretch Database; design for scalability and features; determine when to use Azure Database for MySQL and Azure Database for PostgreSQL; design for HA/DR, geo-replication; design a backup and recovery strategy; design optimization strategies for Azure SQL Data Warehouse columnar storage
Web applications design.
Design Azure App Service Web Apps; design custom web API; secure Web API; design Web Apps for scalability and performance; design for high availability using Azure Web Apps in multiple regions; determine which App service plan to use; design Web Apps for business continuity; determine when to use Azure App Service Isolated; design for API apps; determine when to use API management service; determine when to use Web Apps on Linux; determine when to use a CDN; determine when to use a cache, including Azure Redis cache
Create compute-intensive applications

Design for NoSQL storage
Determine when to use Azure Redis Cache, Azure Table Storage, Azure Data Lake, Azure Search, Time Series Insights; design pipelines for managing recurring jobs
Design for CosmosDB storage
Determine when to use MongoDB API, Azure Cosmos DB SQL API, Graph API, Azure Tables API; design for cost, performance, data consistency, availability, and business continuity
Design Networking Implementation (15-20%)
Design Azure virtual networks
Design solutions that use Azure networking services: design for load balancing using Azure Load Balancer and Azure Traffic Manager; define DNS, DHCP, and IP strategies; determine when to use Azure Application Gateway; determine when to use virtual network (VNet) service endpoints; determine when to use multi-node application gateways, Traffic Manager and load balancers
Design external connectivity for Azure Virtual Networks
Determine when to use Azure VPN, Azure ExpressRoute and Virtual Network Peering architecture and design; determine when to use User Defined Routes (UDRs); determine when to use VPN gateway site-to-site failover for ExpressRoute; determine when to use the Container Networking Interface (CNI) plugin; design solutions that use Global VNet Peering
Design security strategies
Determine when to use network virtual appliances; design a perimeter network (DMZ); determine when to use a Web Application Firewall (WAF), Network Security Group (NSG), and virtual network service tunneling; organize resources by designing solutions that use service tags
Design connectivity for hybrid applications
Design connectivity to on-premises data from Azure applications using Azure Relay Service, Azure Data Management Gateway for Data Factory, Azure On-Premises Data Gateway, Hybrid Connections, or Azure Web App’s virtual private network (VPN) capability; identify constraints for connectivity with VPN; identify options for joining VMs to domains
Design Security and Identity Solutions (20-25%)
Design an identity solution
Design AD Connect synchronization; design federated identities using Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS); design solutions for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA); design an architecture using Active Directory on-premises and Azure Active Directory (AAD); determine when to use Azure AD Domain Services; design security for Mobile Apps using AAD

Skills measured
The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam. View video tutorials about the variety of question types on Microsoft exams. This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam.
Do you have feedback about the relevance of the skills measured on this exam? Note that the questions may test on, but will not be limited to, the topics described in the bulleted text. Please send Microsoft your comments. All feedback will be reviewed and incorporated as appropriate while still maintaining the validity and reliability of the certification process. Note that Microsoft will not respond directly to your feedback. We appreciate your input in ensuring the quality of the Microsoft Certification program.
If you have concerns about specific questions on this exam, please submit an exam challenge.
If you have other questions or feedback about Microsoft Certification exams or about the certification program, registration, or promotions, please contact your Regional Service Center.
There are exam updates effective as of March 22, 2018. To learn more about these changes and how they affect the skills measured, please download and review the Exam 535 change document.

Using identity providers to secure resources.
Design solutions that use external or consumer identity providers such as Microsoft account, Facebook, Google, and Yahoo; determine when to use Azure AD B2C and Azure AD B2B; design mobile apps using AAD B2C or AAD B2B
Design a data security solution
Design data security solutions for Azure services; determine when to use Azure Storage encryption, Azure Disk Encryption, Azure SQL Database security capabilities, and Azure Key Vault; design for protecting secrets in ARM templates using Azure Key Vault; design for protecting application secrets using Azure Key Vault; design a solution for managing certificates using Azure Key Vault; design solutions that use Azure AD Managed Service Identity
Design a mechanism of governance and policies for administering Azure resources
Determine when to use Azure RBAC standard roles and custom roles; define an Azure RBAC strategy; determine when to use Azure resource policies; determine when to use Azure AD Privileged Identity Management; design solutions that use Azure AD Managed Service Identity; determine when to use HSM-backed keys
Manage security risks by using an appropriate security solution
Identify, assess, and mitigate security risks by using Azure Security Center, Operations Management Suite Security and Audit solutions, and other services; determine when to use Azure AD Identity Protection; determine when to use Advanced Threat Detection; determine an appropriate endpoint protection strategy
Design Solutions by using Platform Services (10-15%)
Design for Artificial Intelligence Services
Determine when to use the appropriate Cognitive Services, Azure Bot Service, Azure Machine Learning, and other categories that fall under cognitive AI
Design for Azure IoT exam training courses!
Determine when to use Azure Stream Analytics, Azure IoT Hubs, Azure Event Hubs, real-time analytics, Azure Time Series Insights, Azure IoT Edge, Azure Notification Hubs, Event Grid, and other services that fall under IoT
Design messaging solution architectures
Design a messaging architecture; determine when to use Azure Storage Queues, Azure Service Bus, Azure Event Hubs, Azure Event Grid, Azure Relay, Azure Functions, and Azure Logic Apps; design a push notification strategy for Mobile Apps; design for performance and scale
Design for media service solutions for Microsoft Azure IoT Hub Training Courses.
Define solutions using Azure Media Services, video indexer, video API, computer vision API, preview, and other media related services; design solutions that use file-based encoding or Azure Media Analytics
Design for Operations (10-15%)
Design an application monitoring and alerting strategy using Microsoft Azure IoT Hub Notifications Training Courses in preparation for Microsoft Azure exams.
Determine the appropriate Microsoft products and services for monitoring applications on Azure; define solutions for analyzing logs and enabling alerts using Azure Log Analytics; define solutions for analyzing performance metrics and enabling alerts using Azure Monitor; define a solution for monitoring applications and enabling alerts using Application Insights
Design a platform monitoring and alerting strategy
Determine the appropriate Microsoft products and services for monitoring Azure platform solutions; define a monitoring solution using Azure Health, Azure Advisor, and Activity Log; define a monitoring solution for Azure Networks using Log Analytics and Network Watcher service; monitor security with Azure Security Center; design TCP connections
Design an operations automation strategy
Determine when to use Azure Automation, Chef, Puppet, Azure Automation (DSC), Event Grid, Microsoft Azure Logic Apps Training and PowerShell; define a strategy for auto-scaling; define a strategy for enabling periodic processes and tasks; define an update management strategy and a maintenance and continuous integration strategy.

202 S.E. Church Street, Suite 203 Leesburg, VA 20175
202 Church Street S.E. , Suite 203 Leesburg, VA 20175
800-453-596 (Toll Free)