Microsoft Azure Developer and Microsoft Azure DevOps Certification Training

MCA Microsoft Azure Developer w/ MCE Azure DevOps COMBO Certification Camp

$6,995.00

WHAT IS INCLUDED

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exam 2 Microsoft Exam Vouchers
exam 1 Retake Voucher (per exam, if needed)
Onsite Pearson Vue Test Center
exam Microsoft Study Labs & Simulations

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Career Camps primary Microsoft Training campus (for individual students) is located in Sarasota, FL.  Can’t travel to our facility?  No problem!  You will save on airfare, lodging and transportation.  Just contact us and we will get you pricing to attend the class online live virtually from your work or home.  If you do not see the location or class you are looking for, let us know!  We have access to hundreds of classes and locations all across the United States and also offer corporate and group rates.  If you have 5 or more students we can even come to you! With several partnerships in place, we are sure to have something to fit your needs.  Whether you need to get MCA or MCE Certified, or get updated on Microsoft Windows Server 2022, we’ve got you covered.

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Description

While attending this 10 day camp – students will take two exams (AZ-204 & AZ-400) to achieve the Microsoft Certified Associate Azure Developer & Microsoft Certified Expert Azure DevOps certifications.  This hands on, instructor led live camp teaches the knowledge to develop / deploy applications in an Azure environment along with the knowledge needed for the certification exams (administered while attending camp).

The Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate boot camp is taught using Microsoft Official Courseware –

AZ-204T00:Developing solutions for Microsoft Azure

AZ-400T00: Designing and Implementing Microsoft DevOps Solutions

Skills Gained:

How to implement Azure compute solutions
Create Azure Functions
Implement and manage web apps
Develop solutions utilizing Azure storage
Implement authentication and authorization
Secure solutions by using KeyVault and Managed Identities
How to connect to and consume Azure Services and third-party services
Monitoring, Troubleshooting and optimizing Azure Solutions

Plan for the transformation with shared goals and timelines
Select a project and identify project metrics and KPIs
Create a team and agile organization structure
Describe the benefits of using Source Control
Migrate from TFVC to Git
Scale Git for Enterprise DevOps
Recommend artifact management tools and practices
Abstract common packages to enable sharing and reuse
Migrate and consolidate artifacts
Migrate and integrate source control measures
Manage application config and secrets
Develop a project quality strategy
Plan for secure development practices and compliance rules
Implement and manage build infrastructure
Explain why continuous integration matters
Implement continuous integration using Azure DevOps
Manage code quality including: technical debt, SonarCloud, and other tooling solutions
Manage security policies with open source, OWASP, and WhiteSource Bolt
Implement a container strategy including how containers are different from virtual machines and how microservices use containers
Implement containers using Docker
Inspect open source software packages for security and license compliance to align with corporate standards
Configure build pipeline to access package security and license rating
Configure secure access to package feeds
Inspect codebase to identify code dependencies that can be converted to packages
Identify and recommend standardized package types and versions across the solution
Refactor existing build pipelines to implement version strategy that publishes packages
Manage security and compliance
Differentiate between a release and a deployment
Define the components of a release pipeline
Explain things to consider when designing your release strategy
Classify a release versus a release process and outline how to control the quality of both
Describe the principle of release gates and how to deal with release notes and documentation
Explain deployment patterns, both in the traditional sense and in the modern sense
Choose a release management tool
Explain the terminology used in Azure DevOps and other Release Management Tooling
Describe what a Build and Release task is, what it can do, and some available deployment tasks
Classify an Agent, Agent Queue, and Agent Pool
Explain why you sometimes need multiple release jobs in one release pipeline
Differentiate between multi-agent and multi-configuration release job
Use release variables and stage variables in your release pipeline
Deploy to an environment securely using a service connection
Embed testing in the pipeline
List the different ways to inspect the health of your pipeline and release by using alerts, service hooks, and reports
Create a release gate
Describe deployment patterns
Implement Blue Green Deployment
Implement Canary Release
Implement Progressive Exposure Deployment
Configure crash report integration for client applications
Develop monitoring and status dashboards
Implement routing for client application crash report data
Implement tools to track system usage, feature usage, and flow
Integrate and configure ticketing systems with development team’s work management
Implement a mobile DevOps strategy
Apply infrastructure and configuration as code principles.
Deploy and manage infrastructure using Microsoft automation technologies such as ARM templates, PowerShell, and Azure CLI
Describe deployment models and services that are available with Azure
Deploy and configure a Managed Kubernetes cluster
Deploy and configure infrastructure using 3rd party tools and services with Azure, such as Chef, Puppet, Ansible, SaltStack, and Terraform
Define an infrastructure and configuration strategy and appropriate toolset for a release pipeline and application infrastructure
Implement compliance and security in your application infrastructure
Design practices to measure end-user satisfaction
Design processes to capture and analyze user feedback from external sources
Design routing for client application crash report data
Recommend monitoring tools and technologies
Recommend system and feature usage tracking tools
Analyze alerts to establish a baseline
Analyze telemetry to establish a baseline
Perform live site reviews and capture feedback for system outages
Perform ongoing tuning to reduce meaningless or non-actionable alerts

Topics Covered in this Official Boot Camp:

Creating Azure App Service Web Apps

Students will learn how to build a web application on the Azure App Service platform. They will learn how the platform functions and how to create, configure, scale, secure, and deploy to the App Service platform.

Lessons

Azure App Service core concepts
Creating an Azure App Service Web App
Configuring and Monitoring App Service apps
Scaling App Service apps
Azure App Service staging environments

Implement Azure functions

This module covers creating Functions apps, and how to integrate triggers and inputs/outputs in to the app.

Lessons

Azure Functions overview
Developing Azure Functions
Implement Durable Functions

Develop solutions that use blob storage

Students will learn how Azure Blob storage works, how to manage data through the hot/cold/archive blob storage lifecycle, and how to use the Azure Blob storage client library to manage data and metadata.

Lessons

Azure Blob storage core concepts
Managing the Azure Blob storage lifecycle
Working with Azure Blob storage

Develop solutions that use Cosmos DB storage

Students will learn how Cosmos DB is structured and how data consistency is managed. Students will also learn how to create Cosmos DB accounts and create databases, containers, and items by using a mix of the Azure Portal and the .NET SDK.

Lessons

Azure Cosmos DB overview
Azure Cosmos DB data structure
Working with Azure Cosmos DB resources and data

Implement IaaS solutions

This module instructs students on how to use create VMs and container images to use in their solutions. It covers creating VMs, using ARM templates to automate resource deployment, create and manage Docker images, publishing an image to the Azure Container Registry, and running a container in Azure Container Instances.

Lessons

Provisioning VMs in Azure
Create and deploy ARM templates
Create container images for solutions
Publish a container image to Azure Container Registry
Create and run container images in Azure Container Instances

Implement user authentication and authorization

Students will learn how to leverage the Microsoft Identity Platform v2.0 to manage authentication and access to resources. Students will also learn how to use the Microsoft Authentication Library and Microsoft Graph to authenticate a user and retrieve information stored in Azure, and how and when to use Shared Access Signatures.

Lessons

Microsoft Identity Platform v2.0
Authentication using the Microsoft Authentication Library
Using Microsoft Graph
Authorizing data operations in Azure Storage

Implement secure cloud solutions

This module covers how to secure the information (keys, secrets, certificates) an application uses to access resources. It also covers securing application configuration information.

Lessons

Manage keys, secrets, and certificates by using the KeyVault API
Implement Managed Identities for Azure resources
Secure app configuration data by using Azure App Configuration

Implement API Management

Students will learn how to publish APIs, create policies to manage information shared through the API, and to manage access to their APIs by using the Azure API Management service.

Lessons

API Management overview
Defining policies for APIs
Securing your APIs

Develop App Service Logic Apps

This module teaches students how to use Azure Logic Apps to schedule, automate, and orchestrate tasks, business processes, workflows, and services across enterprises or organizations.

Lessons

Azure Logic Apps overview
Creating custom connectors for Logic Apps

Develop event-based solutions

Students will learn how to build applications with event-based architectures.

Lessons

Implement solutions that use Azure Event Grid
Implement solutions that use Azure Event Hubs
Implement solutions that use Azure Notification Hubs

Develop message-based solutions

Students will learn how to build applications with message-based architectures.

Lessons

Implement solutions that use Azure Service Bus
Implement solutions that use Azure Queue Storage queues

Monitor and optimize Azure solutions

This module teaches students how to instrument their code for telemetry and how to analyze and troubleshoot their apps.

Lessons

Overview of monitoring in Azure
Instrument an app for monitoring
Analyzing and troubleshooting apps
Implement code that handles transient faults

Integrate caching and content delivery within solutions

Students will learn how to use different caching services to improve the performance of their apps.

Lessons

Develop for Azure Cache for Redis
Develop for storage on CDNs

Planning for DevOps

Lessons

Transformation Planning
Project Selection
Team Structures
Migrating to Azure DevOps
Lab : Agile Planning and Portfolio Management with Azure Boards

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Plan for the transformation with shared goals and timelines
Select a project and identify project metrics and KPIs
Create a team and agile organizational structure
Design a tool integration strategy
Design a license management strategy (e.g. VSTS users)
Design a strategy for end-to-end traceability from work items to working software
Design an authentication and access strategy
Design a strategy for integrating on-premises and cloud resources

Getting started with Source Control

Lessons

What is Source Control
Benefits of Source Control
Types of Source Control Systems
Introduction to Azure Repos
Introduction to GitHub
Migrating from Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) to Git in Azure Repos
Authenticating to Git in Azure Repos
Lab : Version Controlling with Git

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe the benefits of using Source Control
Describe Azure Repos and GitHub
Migrate from TFVC to Git

Scaling Git for enterprise DevOps

Lessons

How to Structure your Git Repo
Git Branching Workflows
Collaborating with Pull Requests in Azure Repos
Why care about GitHooks
Fostering Inner Source
Lab : Code Review with Pull Requests

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Explain how to structure Git repos
Describe Git branching workflows
Leverage pull requests for collaboration and code reviews
Leverage Git hooks for automation
Use git to foster inner source across the organization

Consolidating Artifacts & Designing a Dependency Management Strategy

Lessons

Packaging Dependencies
Package Management
Migrating and Consolidating Artifacts
Lab : Updating Packages

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Recommend artifact management tools and practices
Abstract common packages to enable sharing and reuse
Migrate and consolidate artifacts
Migrate and integrate source control measures

Implementing Continuous Integration with Azure Pipelines

Lessons

The concept of pipelines in DevOps
Azure Pipelines
Evaluate use of Hosted vs Private Agents
Agent Pools
Pipelines and Concurrency
Azure DevOps and Open Source Projects (Public Projects)
Azure Pipelines YAML vs Visual Designer
Continuous Integration Overview
Implementing a Build Strategy
Integration with Azure Pipelines
Integrate External Source Control with Azure Pipelines
Set Up Private Agents
Analyze and Integrate Docker Multi-Stage Builds
Lab : Enabling Continuous Integration with Azure Pipelines

Lab : Integrating External Source Control with Azure Pipelines

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Implement and manage build infrastructure
Explain why continuous integration matters
Implement continuous integration using Azure DevOps

Managing Application Config and Secrets

Lessons

Introduction to Security
Implement secure and compliant development process
Rethinking application config data
Manage secrets, tokens, and certificates
Implement tools for managing security and compliance in a pipeline
Lab : Integrating Azure Key Vault with Azure DevOps

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Manage application config and secrets
Implement tools for managing security and compliance in pipeline

Managing Code Quality and Security Policies

Lessons

Managing Code Quality
Managing Security Policies
Lab : Managing Technical Debt with Azure DevOps and SonarCloud

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Manage code quality including: technical debt SonarCloud, and other tooling solutions
Manage security policies with open source and OWASP

Implementing a Container Build Strategy

Lessons

Implementing a Container Build Strategy
Lab : Modernizing Existing ASP.NET Apps with Azure

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Implement a container strategy including how containers are different from virtual machines and how microservices use containers
Implement containers using Docker

Manage Artifact versioning, security & compliance

Lessons

Package security
Open source software
Integrating license and vulnerability scans
Implement a versioning strategy
Lab : Manage Open Source Security and License with WhiteSource

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Inspect open source software packages for security and license compliance to align with corporate standards
Configure build pipeline to access package security and license rating
Configure secure access to package feeds
Inspect codebase to identify code dependencies that can be converted to packages
Identify and recommend standardized package types and versions across the solution
Refactor existing build pipelines to implement version strategy that publishes packages
Manage security and compliance

Design a Release Strategy

Lessons

Introduction to Continuous Delivery
Release strategy recommendations
Building a High-Quality Release pipeline
Choosing a deployment pattern
Choosing the right release management tool
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Differentiate between a release and a deployment
Define the components of a release pipeline
Explain things to consider when designing your release strategy
Classify a release versus a release process and outline how to control the quality of both
Describe the principle of release gates and how to deal with release notes and documentation
Explain deployment patterns, both in the traditional sense and in the modern sense
Choose a release management tool

Set up a Release Management Workflow

Lessons

Create a Release Pipeline
Provision and Configure Environments
Manage and Modularize Tasks and Templates
Integrate Secrets with the release pipeline
Configure Automated Integration and Functional Test Automation
Automate Inspection of Health
Lab : Configuring Pipelines as Code with YAML

Lab : Setting up secrets in the pipeline with Azure Key vault

Lab : Setting up and Running Functional Tests

Lab : Using Azure Monitor as release gate

Lab : Creating a release Dashboard

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Explain the terminology used in Azure DevOps and other Release Management Tooling
Describe what a Build and Release task is, what it can do, and some available deployment tasks
Classify an Agent, Agent Queue, and Agent Pool
Explain why you sometimes need multiple release jobs in one release pipeline
Differentiate between multi-agent and multi-configuration release job
Use release variables and stage variables in your release pipeline
Deploy to an environment securely using a service connection
Embed testing in the pipeline
List the different ways to inspect the health of your pipeline and release by using alerts, service hooks, and reports
Create a release gate

Implement an appropriate deployment pattern

Lessons

Introduction to Deployment Patterns
Implement Blue Green Deployment
Feature Toggles
Canary Releases
Dark Launching
AB Testing
Progressive Exposure Deployment
Lab : Feature Flag Management with LaunchDarkly and Azure DevOps

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe deployment patterns
Implement Blue Green Deployment
Implement Canary Release
Implement Progressive Exposure Deployment

Implement process for routing system feedback to development teams

Lessons

Implement Tools to Track System Usage, Feature Usage, and Flow
Implement Routing for Mobile Application Crash Report Data
Develop Monitoring and Status Dashboards
Integrate and Configure Ticketing Systems
Lab : Monitoring Application Performance

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Configure crash report integration for client applications
Develop monitoring and status dashboards
Implement routing for client application crash report data
Implement tools to track system usage, feature usage, and flow
Integrate and configure ticketing systems with development team’s work management

Infrastructure and Configuration Azure Tools

Lessons

Infrastructure as Code and Configuration Management
Create Azure Resources using ARM Templates
Create Azure Resources using Azure CLI
Create Azure Resources by using Azure PowerShell
Desired State Configuration (DSC)
Azure Automation with DevOps
Additional Automation Tools
Lab : Azure Deployments using Resource Manager Templates

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Apply infrastructure and configuration as code principles
Deploy and manage infrastructure using Microsoft automation technologies such as ARM templates, PowerShell, and Azure CLI

Azure Deployment Models and Services

Lessons

Deployment Modules and Options
Azure Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) Services
Azure Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) services
Serverless and HPC Computer Services
Azure Service Fabric
Lab : Deploying a Dockerized Java app to Azure Web App for Containers

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe deployment models and services that are available with Azure

Create and Manage Kubernetes Service Infrastructure

Lessons

Azure Kubernetes Service
Lab : Deploying a multi-container application to Azure Kubernetes Service

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Deploy and configure a Managed Kubernetes cluster

Third Party Infrastructure as Code Tools available with Azure

Lessons

Chef
Puppet
Ansible
Terraform
Lab : Infrastructure as Code

Lab : Automating Your Infrastructure Deployments in the Cloud with Terraform and Azure Pipelines

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Deploy and configure infrastructure using 3rd party tools and services with Azure, such as Chef, Puppet, Ansible, and Terraform

Implement Compliance and Security in your Infrastructure

Lessons

Security and Compliance Principles with DevOps
Azure security Center
Lab : Implement Security and Compliance in an Azure DevOps Pipeline

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Define an infrastructure and configuration strategy and appropriate toolset for a release pipeline and application infrastructure
Implement compliance and security in your application infrastructure

Recommend and design system feedback mechanisms

Lessons

The inner loop
Continuous Experimentation mindset
Design practices to measure end-user satisfaction
Design processes to capture and analyze user feedback
Design process to automate application analytics
Lab : Integration between Azure DevOps and Teams

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Design practices to measure end-user satisfaction
Design processes to capture and analyze user feedback from external sources
Design routing for client application crash report data
Recommend monitoring tools and technologies
Recommend system and feature usage tracking tools

Optimize feedback mechanisms

Lessons

Site Reliability Engineering
Analyze telemetry to establish a baseline
Perform ongoing tuning to reduce meaningless or non-actionable alerts
Analyze alerts to establish a baseline
Blameless Retrospectives and a Just Culture
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Analyze alerts to establish a baseline
Analyze telemetry to establish a baseline
Perform live site reviews and capture feedback for system outages
Perform ongoing tuning to reduce meaningless or non-actionable alerts

Additional information

Class Dates

07/11/2022 – 07/23/2022, 08/15/2022 – 08/27/2022, 09/19/2022 – 10/01/2022, 10/17/2022 – 10/29/2022, 11/28/2022 – 12/10/2022, 12/12/2022 – 12/24/2022

Our Facilities

CAREER CAMPS FACILITIES

CAMPUS – Career Camps invested $150,000 into a complete training center construction build out. Larger classrooms, no sound transference between training rooms, new desk / executive leather chairs & great common areas.

CLASSROOM SERVERS – Students work on a dedicated Dell 8500 / 8700 with an Intel i7 (4th generation), minimum of 16GB memory (Most with 32 GB) and most with 512GB SSD drives.

CAMPUS INTERNET – The campus is connected with a 300Mbs Verizon Fios Business Connection which provides complete internet (including VPN) access for students.

COMMON AREA – Unlike any training facility ever – break room with Mame Arcade, high end “kitchen” with snacks, drinks (Starbucks Coffee, 100% juices, sodas, etc) and breathtaking terrace.

LODGING – We use the Marriott Fairfield Inn & Suites Lakewood Ranch. This “upgraded” hotel offers extremely comfortable beds, great breakfast and very fast (Verizon) internet access.

NEAR BY AMENITIES – Many shops, restaurants and grocery options are available within walking distance. Additionally – the hotel provided scheduled shuttle services. Restaurants like Bone Fish Grill, Ruby Tuesday’s, Five Guys, Chipotle, Quiznos, Chili’s and over 20 additional choices in the immediate area. All of these options are offered in a pedestrian walking village.

Why Choose Us

CAREER CAMPS DIFFERENCE

Career Camps provides an in-depth hands on learning environment. Our instructors teach using demonstrations and explain concepts beyond the scope of the courseware. The best instructors are contracted from all across the US.  These professionals are real world consultants who actually implement these technologies. Career Camps knows our clients work in the “real world” and it only makes sense to have an instructor with the experience in the real world.

Facilities – Many of our competitors over-crowd classrooms by placing 2 to 3 students per desk and 20+ students per instructor. Often these companies “extend” the life of very old equipment with slow performance on the software used today. Our average class size is 8 students. Our facilities have the best equipment with the most comfortable, focused environment for learning.

Instructors – Our CEO, Chester Flake holds one of the rarest Microsoft Certifications – the Microsoft Certified Learning Consultant (MCLC) Certification.  This certification reflects a commitment to make sure our instructors are also actively engaged in real world consulting projects. Students expect a professional who can answer questions and demonstrate the technology.

Face to Face Training – We believe the best way to interact and learn is face to face training.  Many of our competitors which offer local training are simply providing students with headphones/mic to attend class with an instructor at a remote location.

Test Pass – We offer a free retake voucher (if needed) for each of the exams required for certification. Any training center offering a “100% pass guarantee” would have to use unethical practices or unlimited test vouchers (which is not likely or practical).

Distractions – Students often look for a “local” training center so they can be close to home and work. Boot camp requires a tremendous time commitment during the program.  Long class hours combined with self study each evening. The goal of boot camp is to achieve certification in a fraction of the time. We strongly recommend students attend camp away from home and work in a focused, distraction free environment.

Boot Camp – Boot camp is an accelerated training focused on teaching technology and testing students on the official exams. Most training providers “added” boot camps to the existing standard training classes they offer.  These training centers think a boot camp is just a regular class where you send the student home with a voucher on the last day.  Career Camps  administers exams throughout the camp. Equally important – not every trainer can teach a boot camp and not all courseware is designed for boot camp format.  Our trainers know the boot camp format and our courseware is designed for accelerated learning.

Florida – Career Camps has one of the most scenic locations boasting some of the best weather in US. We believe students should have a comfortable and inviting atmosphere while attending these otherwise intense programs. We place our location, facilities and amenities up against that any competitor.

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