This exam retired on July 31, 2023.
Candidates for this exam are support engineers with subject matter expertise in using advanced troubleshooting methods to resolve networking and connectivity issues in Azure.
Professionals in this role troubleshoot hybrid environments, including issues with Azure virtual machines, virtual networks, and connectivity between on-premises and Azure services. They use various tools and technologies to diagnose and identify root causes for complex issues.
Candidates for this exam should have experience with networking and with hybrid environments, including knowledge of routing, permissions, and subscription limits. They must be able to use available tools to diagnose issues related to business continuity, hybrid environments, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), access control, networking, and virtual machines connectivity.
Part of the requirements for: Microsoft Certified: Azure Support Engineer for Connectivity Specialty
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- Troubleshoot business continuity issues (5–10%)
- Troubleshoot hybrid and cloud connectivity issues (20–25%)
- Troubleshoot Platform as a Service (PaaS) issues (5–10%)
- Troubleshoot authentication and access control issues (15–20%)
- Troubleshoot networks (25–30%)
- Troubleshoot VM connectivity issues (5–10%)
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Azure support engineers troubleshoot hybrid environments, including issues with Azure Virtual Machines, virtual networks, and connectivity between on-premises and Azure services.
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