Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies AZ-303T00
What is a solutions architect?
Solution architecture is the practice of designing, describing, and managing solution engineering in relation to specific business problems. The solution architect is therefore responsible for guiding and presenting the overall technical vision for the solution.
What are their key responsibilities?
Making decisions at the solution level and analyzing their impact on overall business goals and outcomes are the key responsibilities of a solution architect. A person in this position, similar to an architect in the construction industry who creates a general blueprint for a future building, must have a thorough understanding of available technology in order to recommend the best solution based on the existing environment and incoming requirements.
Therefore, after developing a strategic technical vision for the product, the solution architect is involved in estimating the budget and presenting it to the stakeholders. Once everything has been agreed upon, he or she oversees the development process and keeps all stakeholders informed of progress.
What does Microsoft Azure Architecture Technologies offer?
– Secure identification with Azure Active Directory, Users, and Groups
– Helps implement on-site identity solutions and cloud-based skills
– Applies monitor solutions to accumulate, incorporate and evaluate data from different sources
– Manages subscriptions, accounts, Azure policy, and Role-Based Access Control
– Administer Azure by using the Resource Manager, Azure Portal, Cloud Shell, and CLI
– Setting up intersite connectivity solutions such as VNet Peering and virtual network gateways
– Administer Azure App Service, Azure Container Proceedings, and Kubernetes
How will these skills be applied to help my business?
By taking the Microsoft Azure: Architecture Technologies course you will build a well-designed solutions architect that aids teams in developing products on time and on budget while also ensuring that they solve the problem they were created to solve.