AZ-900: Azure Resilience and Monitoring Literacy (Beginner Level)

  • 17m
  • 17 questions
The AZ-900: Azure Resilience and Monitoring Literacy (Beginner Level) benchmark measures your knowledge and skills in ensuring high availability and effective monitoring of Azure services. You will be evaluated on your ability to implement strategies for Azure service resilience to ensure fault tolerance and availability. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have literacy in the knowledge and understanding of monitoring Azure services using Azure Monitor and Azure Log Analytics to collect and analyze telemetry data, set up alerts, and monitor the performance and health of Azure resources.

Topics covered

  • back up a web application
  • back up file servers to the Azure cloud
  • configure autoscaling within a virtual machine scale set
  • configure Azure Monitor and view Azure Service Health
  • configure storage account replication to a secondary region
  • configure virtual machine replication to a secondary region
  • create alerts and notifications
  • enable load balancing for a web application
  • enable storage account blob versioning
  • enable web application insights
  • manage Azure service logs
  • monitor performance metrics for Azure services
  • navigate through Azure Advisor recommendations
  • outline various monitoring strategies for Azure services
  • outline when various Azure high availability services should be used
  • recall how load balancing can improve app performance and fault tolerance
  • work with Log Analytics workspaces data sources