What Was Microsoft 70-532 Exam and What Are Its Replacements

What Was Microsoft 70-532 Exam and What Are Its Replacements?

In order to be able to get your skills approved in today’s extremely fast and rapidly developing world, you need to have the certificates that speak for themselves. Microsoft provides the IT certifications, and having a credential approved by this company is a good way to start a career in IT.

Microsoft 70-532 Exam: Key Points

The Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions is also referred to as Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions. This test has now been retired and has been replaced with two alternative exams due to the change in the certification’s structure. These new tests include a wider coverage of Azure related topics, Logic Apps and Document DB. However, it can still be very useful for you to look at the previous exam to get an idea about what it contained and what this qualification is about.

Microsoft 70-532 Exam: Target Audience

The target audience for this certification test is those IT professionals who want to be developers. If you are already an experienced .NET developer, this exam may not be very difficult for you as you may have some experience beforehand. If passed successfully, the 70-532 test will automatically assume that you are skilled in using development tools and techniques and already have an idea of how to develop resilient and scalable solutions. That is why prior development experience can be helpful in passing this exam.

Microsoft 70-532 Exam: Skills Measured

In order to pass any exam, it is important for the candidates to know what skills are being tested. It helps you prepare for the test well as you can divide your preparation time equally between each set of skills, as well as ensures that you do not end up focusing too much on any area and jeopardize your chances of passing the exam. Microsoft 70-532 is divided into five main areas, which are as follows:

  • Design and implementation of a storage and data strategy. It builds up 15-20% of the exam.
  • Management of applications, authentication, network services. This section makes up 10-15% of the test.
  • Creation and management of the Azure Resource Manager Virtual Machine. It contributes to 20-25%.
  • Design and implementation of Azure Compute, mobile services, and web. This one makes up 35-40% of the exam.

These percentage distributions can also give you an idea of the importance of each area and how you can divide your time across them.

Microsoft 70-532 Exam: Preparation Techniques

In order to pass the Microsoft 70-532 exam, the candidates used numerous sources to prepare for the test. There were virtual courses available at the Microsoft Virtual Academy, but there were some other websites that offered similar pieces of training as well. The instructor-led courses or training for self-study were presented at the MVA website. The Exam Prep Session for Exam 70-532 could be accessed through Channel9. It was good virtual training to prepare for the test. There were many books that contained a lot of tips and tricks about how to pass the exam, but one of the most thorough ones was the guide provided by Microsoft itself as it covered all the relevant topics and gave you important explanations. The students could also use practice tests from ExamSnap to consolidate their knowledge.

Microsoft 70-532 Exam: Replacement

According to Microsoft, the AZ-200 and AZ-201 exams were designed to simplify the whole process of obtaining a certification. The new tests are more concentrated on an Azure Developer job role. As the company is making changes in the certificate, these two new exams were also retired. Find all the details on the official certification webpage.

  • Microsoft AZ-200 Exam

This exam is known as Microsoft Azure Developer Core Solutions, and it is a very important test because the new reform has made it more job oriented. It was a beta exam and it was retired.

There are some main skill sets that were measured in this exam. The first part is Selecting the appropriate Cloud technology solution. It constitutes 15-20% of the test. The second part is related to the development of Cloud storage and makes up 30-35% of the total exam. An important part of this main section is developing solutions using storage tables and managing collections and documents in Cosmos DB Storage. Then, 35-40% of the exam contains questions about creating Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions. In addition to this, 15-20% of the exam tested the candidates on the knowledge of secure Cloud solutions. This also included implementing authentication and access control.

The AZ-200 exam was aimed at those individuals who are Azure developers and could build and design Cloud solutions, which include services and applications. Those who passed the test can take part in all phases of development from solution design to maintenance. They can also collaborate with Cloud admins and architects of Cloud solutions. It was preferred that the candidates had skills in one programming language that’s Cloud supported.

  • Microsoft AZ-201 Exam

The Microsoft AZ-201 exam was called Microsoft Azure Developer Advanced Solutions. It allowed the candidates to prove their skills as Azure developers. This exam checked the abilities and expertise in a wide range of areas that are a part of the Azure Development process, including development, deployment, solution designs, maintenance, and testing. 50-55% of this test measured if the students know how to develop for an Azure Cloud Model. This can include the implementation of parallelism, multithreading, and etc. 25-30% of the exam was related to the implementation of Cloud integration solutions whereas the remaining 25-30% of questions were about developing Azure Cognitive Services and IoT solutions. The test is also retired now.

Conclusion

The Microsoft 70-532 exam was an effective way to check the candidates’ knowledge in Microsoft Azure solutions. The products and services are rapidly developing and the test and certifications should also be updated. That’s why it’s important to get information from reliable websites and keep up with the time.

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On today’s episode, you’ll hear from

Michael Mitchell, Charley Harper, Jade Kelly, Carlos Greene, Andrew Henry, Light, and various others at The Atlanta Rugged Maniac from Aug 17, 2019.

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8.14.19 Davis and Chace – Wrong Wave Hot Chocolate


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Obstacle Discourse with Davis and Chace – A weekly news show with Josh Chace and Matt B. Davis discussing items of the week for Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, and all other OCR related news.

This week’s topics: More notes about Spartan Rules. Josh meets Elvi. Josh does the wrong wave. Matt admits VeeJay is great!

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Davis and SebDavid and Chace


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Obstacle Discourse with Davis and Chace – A weekly news show with Josh Chace and Matt B. Davis discussing items of the week for Spartan Race, Tough Mudder, and all other OCR related news.

This week’s topics: Seb David joins Matt and Josh to break down the 2019 NorAm Champs. Spartan released a bunch of rules yesterday, so we talk about that as well.

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Aaron “Snoopy” Newell


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Aaron Newell just did super well at the North American OCR Championships placing 3rd in the 3K and 2nd in the 15K. He then raced twice on Sunday as part of the winning men’s team and the 2nd place Co-Ed team.

This is an unfiltered chat about his buddy Woodsy, the current state of OCR, getting faster, OCR Coaching, and more.

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Spartan Rule Changes 2019!

From Spartan Race HQ:

Today we have released our latest update to the Spartan Rules of Competition. It will go into effect for races starting on August 24, 2019, We have updated the language and formatting of the rules, added some brand new rules, and recategorized some of the obstacles. While a full list of changes is listed on the last page of the rule book, there are a few changes we want to make sure you are aware of before your race.

● You are not required to complete 5 burpees at the Atlas Carry.
You are only required to carry the Atlas Stone along the required route and return to the starting point.
● You are allowed to carry the bucket above the head or on the shoulder during the Bucket Carry. Also if the lid comes off you do not need to restart the obstacle unless the material has also been displaced.
● You are not allowed to use the vertical truss as a ladder in order to start hanging obstacles, EG Monkey Bars. You can, however, use the Horizontal Truss to start the obstacles.
● You must complete the Dunk Wall as it is now a mandatory obstacle.
● You are considered to have completed the balance beam once you have touched the descending beam with at least one foot.
● Spartan is not obligated to review 3rd party video footage for any reason.
● We have defined what standing on top of means at the Hercules Hoist. Competitors hips may not rise above the top of the barrier.
 
Also, we wanted to clarify a few questions we often see:
● Competitors are not allowed to pre-run the course or engage with obstacles unless prior approval has been granted by Spartan. Events like Spartan’s Open house is considered approval for the areas mentioned for each specific event.
● During flip obstacles, you must fully disengage with the object. This means you cannot rest it on your foot, or keep your hands on the object.
● You are allowed the use the vertical support on the Z Wall. However, you cannot touch the top or bottom of the cutout to your advantage.
You can find the full Spartan Rules of Competition here.
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