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John Savill
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Azure for Architects Assessment Test: How it is structured and how it can help you hire your best candidate

This test was designed to evaluate an Azure professional’s knowledge and experience when it comes to Azure Architecture. Various aspects cover Azure architecture and it is important that the essentials on the subject are covered in any assessment test. If your requirements for a job position is specific to the Azure Architecture knowledge of your candidates, then this assessment test can help you arrive at a better hiring decision.

The chapters covered in this test were designed in a way to focus on Azure Architecture. By using this assessment test, you can gain the confidence of testing your candidates for a position that can vary from junior to senior roles.

Which use cases can customers have for this test?

With the various available options for cloud platforms, Azure has been one of the most used in cloud computing technology. It covers a vast range of services and uses for varying applications.

If you are in search of someone who has the knowledge and skills encompassing Azure Architecture, then this assessment test can help you filter and select your candidates.

Which areas (chapters) will be covered in the test, and why was it chosen that way?

The areas chosen were based on the key aspects that impact nearly every architecture that utilizes Azure.

Identity is the new security perimeter and architecting the right identity solution environments is not only more secure but provides a better experience for employees, partners, and customers.

Compliance and governance are top of mind for every organization. Understanding requirements and how to implement in Azure ensures organization and regulatory requirements are met in addition to enabling new capabilities such as DevOps.

Any solution deployed in Aure needs to be resilient. Understanding high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) options and capabilities will ensure the right architecture to meet requirements.

Compute, Networking and Data
Compute, Networking and Data are key building blocks for any solution and the capabilities and options must be well understood to ensure the right architecture.

Finally, Monitoring is critical for continual feedback in addition to ensuring the health of the environment.

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John Savill

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My career started out with a keen interest in technology, and even now, as an Azure specialist, I’m impressed with tools like Kandio that can help businesses grow.

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