Azure Fundamentals (AZ900) certification preparation – short notes-II
Second post from our Azure Fundamentals (AZ900) certification preparation notes. If you haven’t gone through the first post in this series, you can find it here.
This series intents to helps those who are preparing for the AZ900 certification, so that you don’t have to go through the complete documentation. This also helps in your revision if you have already prepared for your exam.
So, let’s get into the contents in this section.
Azure Regions, AZs, Geography and Datacenters
Azure container service : Docker as a service. Run containers without having any servers or VMs.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) : K8s as a service. to deploy,manage scale cotinerized apps. Open source K8 software.
Azure Service Fabric : Tier-1 Enterprise container as a service. Distributed systems platform. On Azure or On-premises.
– Easy to package, deploy and manage scalable and reliable microservices (A Cont service or AKS instance maybe)
Azure functions : serverless compute. No need to provision/manage any servers.
Azure batch : plans,schedules and executes batch computer workloads.
Azure Disk storage : Block storage
Azure File storage : NAS
Azure Queue storage: Messaging queue for apps (SNS in AWS)
Azure Table storage: NoSQL database table storage
Azure databox/databox heavy : For moving TB/PBs of storage. Snowball example
Azure Archive storage: Cheap long-term cold storage. (Glacier example)
Azure datalake storage: Centralized repo for all structured/unstructured data at any scale (bigdata)
Azure SQL DB : Fully managed MS SQL DB
Azure DB for MySQL/PSQL/MariaDB : Fully managed MySQL,PostgreSQL,MariaDB scalable and high available.
SQL server on VMs : MS SQL engine on VMs. Lift-n-shift MS SQL servers from on-prem to cloud
Azure synapse analytics (Azure SQL data warehouse) : fully managed data warehouse on cloud. security and scale
Azure DB migration service : to migrate your DB to cloud without any changes.
Azure cache for Redis : (Open-source) Redis caching for your DBs for performance.
Azure table storage : Wide column NoSQL DB – A NoSQL store that hosts unstructured data independant of schemas