AZ-900: Azure Infrastructure and Virtual Machines Competency (Intermediate Level)

  • 30m
  • 30 questions
The AZ-900: Azure Infrastructure and Virtual Machines Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your comprehensive understanding of the foundational infrastructure and virtual machines in Azure. You will be evaluated on your knowledge of managing Azure Storage services and working with Azure Files for shared file storage. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have competency in many areas of this domain, including the knowledge and insights needed to make informed decisions about deploying and managing Azure virtual machines and utilizing Azure container solutions for web and mobile applications.

Topics covered

  • allow storage account access from specific networks
  • configure a Windows server to cache Azure Files shares
  • configure Microsoft Defender
  • connect to AVD
  • create a custom image from an existing virtual machine
  • create a Dockerfile and create an image from it
  • create a managed disk and attach it to a virtual machine
  • create an AVD host pool, add virtual machines to the host pool, and assign users to the virtual machines
  • create a SAS for a blob
  • create a shared access signature (SAS) for a storage account
  • demonstrate how to map a drive to an Azure Files share
  • demonstrate how to upload blobs using PowerShell
  • deploy a container registry to share Docker images
  • deploy an Azure Container Instance (ACI)
  • deploy a virtual machine
  • enable encryption for virtual machine disks
  • enable Secure Shell (SSH) public key authentication for a Linux virtual machine
  • identify how containerized applications differ from traditional apps
  • install Docker on a Linux host and run a Docker container
  • install Docker on a Windows host and run a Docker container
  • manage the blob soft delete feature
  • map a mount point to an Azure Files share
  • recognize how Azure File Sync provides local on-premises access to Azure Files shares
  • resize virtual machines using the CLI
  • set the storage tier for storage account blobs
  • use Azure Storage Explorer to manage blobs
  • use PowerShell to deploy virtual machines
  • use PowerShell to manage an Azure Files share
  • use PowerShell to manage storage account keys
  • use the AzCopy tool to copy blobs