Arabic, Indonesian, and Russian versions of this exam retired on February 28, 2023.
Candidates for this exam should have subject matter expertise in planning, implementing, and managing Azure networking solutions, including core network infrastructure, hybrid connectivity, application delivery services, private access to Azure services, and network security.
Responsibilities for Azure network engineers include optimizing performance, resiliency, scale, and security of Azure networking solutions. These professionals deploy the solutions by using the Azure portal, the command line, and templates. They proactively monitor network environments to identify issues and minimize risk.
Azure network engineers work with solution architects, cloud administrators, security engineers, application developers, and DevOps engineers to deliver Azure solutions. They also assist Azure support engineers in resolving connectivity issues reported by customers.
Candidates for this exam should have experience creating and managing compute, storage, and networking resources in Azure. They should understand networking fundamentals, such as name resolution, network protocols, and network address management.
You may be eligible for ACE college credit if you pass this certification exam. See ACE college credit for certification exams for details.
The English language version of this exam was updated on February 2, 2023. Review the study guide linked in the “Tip” box for details about the latest changes. If a localized version of this exam is available, it will be updated approximately eight weeks after this date. While Microsoft makes every effort to update localized versions as noted, there may be times when the localized versions of this exam are not updated on this schedule.
Passing score: 700. Learn more about exam scores.