Create Account

Microsoft 70-534

Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions

Free Questions in OTE format

 
File Date Q&A Votes Size  
Microsoft.70-534.v2018-10-18.by.Wilfred.256q.ote 2018-10-18 256 0/0 6.33 Mb
Microsoft.70-534.v2017-09-20.by.Napoleon.255q.ote 2017-09-20 255 0/0 6.34 Mb
Microsoft.70-534.v2017-02-15.by.Napoleon.115q.ote 2017-02-15 115 1/0 1.93 Mb
Microsoft.70-534.v2016-03-25.by.robert.50q.ote 2016-03-25 50 0/0 81.12 Kb

Notification about new Microsoft 70-534 files

Subscribe to Microsoft 70-534 dump here, you will be informed about new OTE files.
Subscribe
 

About Microsoft 70-534 dump

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below.
Design Microsoft Azure infrastructure and networking (15–20%)

  • Describe how Azure uses Global Foundation Services (GFS) datacenters
    Understand Azure datacenter architecture, regional availability, and high availability
  • Design Azure virtual networks, networking services, DNS, DHCP, and IP addressing configuration
    Extend on-premises Active Directory, deploy Active Directory, define static IP reservations, understand ACLs and Network Security Groups
  • Design Azure Compute
    Design Azure virtual machines (VMs) and VM architecture for IaaS and PaaS; understand availability sets, fault domains, and update domains in Azure; differentiate between machine classifications
  • Describe Azure virtual private network (VPN) and ExpressRoute architecture and design
    Describe Azure point-to-site (P2S) and site-to-site (S2S) VPN, understand the architectural differences between Azure VPN and ExpressRoute
  • Describe Azure services
    Understand, at a high level, Azure load balancing options, including Traffic Manager, Azure Media Services, CDN, Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), Azure Cache, Multi-Factor Authentication, and Service Bus

Secure resources (15–20%)

  • Secure resources by using managed identities
    Describe the differences between Active Directory on-premises and Azure AD, programmatically access Azure AD using Graph API, secure access to resources from Azure AD applications using OAuth and OpenID Connect
  • Secure resources by using hybrid identities
    Use SAML claims to authenticate to on-premises resources, describe DirSync synchronization, implement federated identities using Azure Access Control service (ACS) and Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
  • Secure resources by using identity providers
    Provide access to resources using identity providers, such as Microsoft account, Facebook, Google, and Yahoo!
  • Identify an appropriate data security solution
    Use the appropriate Access Control List (ACL), identify security requirements for data in transit and data at rest
  • Design a role-based access control strategy
    Secure resource scopes, such as the ability to create VMs and websites

Design an application storage and data access strategy (15–20%)

  • Design data storage
    Design storage options for data, including Table Storage, SQL Database, DocumentDB, Blob Storage, MongoDB, and MySQL; design security options for SQL Database or Azure Storage; identify the appropriate VM type and size for a solution
  • Design applications that use Mobile Services
    Create Azure Mobile Services, consume Mobile Services from cross-platform clients, integrate offline sync capabilities into an application, extend Mobile Services using custom code, implement Mobile Services using Microsoft .NET or Node.js, secure Mobile Services using Azure AD
  • Design applications that use notifications
    Implement push notification services in Mobile Services, send push notifications to all subscribers, specific subscribers, or a segment of subscribers
  • Design applications that use a web API
    Implement a custom web API, scale using Azure Websites, offload long-running applications using WebJobs, secure a web API using Azure AD
  • Design a data access strategy for hybrid applications
    Connect to on-premises data from Azure applications using Service Bus Relay, BizTalk Hybrid Connections, or the VPN capability of Websites, identify constraints for connectivity with VPN, identify options for joining VMs to domains or cloud services
  • Design a media solution
    Describe Media Services, understand key components of Media Services, including streaming capabilities, video on-demand capabilities, and monitoring services

Design an advanced application (15–20%)

  • Create compute-intensive applications
    Design high-performance computing (HPC) and other compute-intensive applications using Azure Services
  • Create long-running applications
    Implement worker roles for scalable processing, design stateless components to accommodate scale
  • Select the appropriate storage option
    Use a queue-centric pattern for development, select the appropriate storage for performance, identify storage options for cloud services and hybrid scenarios with compute on-premises and storage on Azure, differentiate between cloud services and VMs interacting with storage service and SQL Database
  • Integrate Azure services in a solution
    Identify the appropriate use of machine learning, big data, Media Services, and search services

Design websites (15–20%)

  • Design websites for scalability and performance
    Globally scale websites, create websites using Visual Studio, debug websites, understand supported languages, differentiate between websites to VMs and cloud services
  • Deploy websites
    Implement Azure Site Extensions, create packages, hosting plans, deployment slots, resource groups, publishing options, Web Deploy, and FTP locations and settings
  • Design websites for business continuity
    Scale up and scale out using Azure Websites and SQL Database, configure data replication patterns, update websites with minimal downtime, back up and restore data, design for disaster recovery, deploy websites to multiple regions for high availability, design the data tier

Design a management, monitoring, and business continuity strategy (15–20%)

  • Evaluate hybrid and Azure-hosted architectures for Microsoft System Center deployment
    Understand, at an architectural level, which components are supported in Azure; describe design considerations for managing Azure resources with System Center; understand which scenarios would dictate a hybrid scenario
  • Design a monitoring strategy
    Identify the Microsoft products and services for monitoring Azure solutions; understand the capabilities of System Center for monitoring an Azure solution; understand built-in Azure capabilities; identify third-party monitoring tools, including open source; describe use cases for Operations Manager, Global Service Monitor, and Application Insights; describe the use cases for Windows Software Update Services (WSUS), Configuration Manager, and custom solutions; describe the Azure architecture constructs, such as availability sets and update domains, and how they impact a patching strategy
  • Describe Azure business continuity/disaster recovery (BC/DR) capabilities
    Understand the architectural capabilities of BC/DR, describe Hyper-V Replica and Azure Site Recovery (ASR), describe use cases for Hyper-V Replica and ASR
  • Design a disaster recovery strategy
    Design and deploy Azure Backup and other Microsoft backup solutions for Azure, understand use cases when StorSimple and System Center Data Protection Manager would be appropriate
  • Design Azure Automation and PowerShell workflows
    Create a PowerShell script specific to Azure
  • Describe the use cases for Azure Automation configuration
    Understand when to use Azure Automation, Chef, Puppet, PowerShell, or Desired State Configuration (DSC)

© 2006 ExamBrainDumps