It’s common knowledge, or at least should be, that certifications are the most effective way for IT professionals to climb the career ladder and it’s only getting more important in an increasingly competitive professional marketplace. Similarly, cloud-based technologies are experiencing unparalleled growth and the demand for IT professionals with qualifications in this sector are growing rapidly.
Additionally, Microsoft announced new updates to several Azure and Data certifications which are coming in March 2020. The certifications earned are not changing, but the exams required to earn the certifications will be changing.
|Certification||Old Exam||New Exam||Expected Release|
|Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate||AZ-103||AZ-104||March, 2020|
|Microsoft Certified: Azure Developer Associate||AZ-203||AZ-204||Late February, 2020|
|Microsoft Certified: Azure Solutions Architect||AZ-300 & AZ-301||AZ-303 & AZ-304||March, 2020|
|Microsoft Certified: Azure AI Engineer Associate||AI-100||AI-102||March, 2020|
So make 2020 your breakthrough year – check out this free upcoming webinar hosted by two Microsoft cloud experts to plan your Azure certification strategy in 2020.
Microsoft Azure certification
The webinar features a full analysis of the Microsoft Azure certification landscape in 2020, giving you the knowledge to properly prepare for a future working with cloud-based workloads. Seasoned veterans fellow Microsoft MVP Andy Syrewicze and Microsoft cloud expert Michael Bender will be hosting the event which includes Azure certification tracks, training and examination costs, learning materials, resources and labs for self-study, how to gain access to FREE Azure resources, and more.
Altaro’s webinars are always well attended and one reason for this is the encouragement for attendee participation. Every single question asked is answered and no stone is left unturned by the presenters. They also present the event live twice to allow as many people as possible to have the chance of attending the event and asking their questions in person!
For IT professionals in 2020, and especially those with a Microsoft ecosystem focus, this event is a must-attend!
I’ll be attending so I’ll see you there!
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