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Study material for exam AZ-400 Microsoft Azure DevOps Solutions (beta)


By:   |   Last Updated: 2019-02-11   |   Comments   |   Related Tips: More > Professional Development Certifications

Problem

There is a new Microsoft exam for Azure DevOps, exam AZ-400. In this tip we will cover some resources to help you prepare for this new Microsoft exam.

Solution

Below you will find helpful information for the AZ-400 exam.

Who should take this exam?

This exam is oriented to developers or IT members mainly. DevOps is oriented to integrate Development and Operations (IT operations). If you work with technology and software, DevOps will help you to increase the efficiency of operations.

What is DevOps?

We wrote an article before about this topic that may be useful to answer that question:

Is the exam difficult?

Yes, it covers a lot of topics and requires multiple skills. It is considered very difficult.

Which books would you recommend for this exam?

You can read the following books:

Are there some courses for this exam?

Yes, the following courses will be useful:

Could you provide some links to study, for this exam?

Yes. The following links will be useful:

Design a DevOps Strategy

Implement DevOps Development Processes

Implement Continuous Integration

Implement Continuous Delivery

Implement Dependency Management

Implement Application Infrastructure

Implement Continuous Feedback

Next Steps

For more information about this exam, refer to these links:



Last Updated: 2019-02-11


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