Become a Microsoft Certified IT Professional
The Microsoft Azure Dual Certification Boot Camp—powered by Infosec, a leading cybersecurity training organization—will help you learn vital Microsoft Azure administration and security skills through expert instruction, hands-on labs, simulations, and real-world application of skills.
This seven-day training program is conducted in a live, online format and gives you everything you need to launch a career in cybersecurity. You will prepare to earn two in-demand, vendor-specific certifications: Microsoft Azure Administrator Associate and Microsoft Azure Security Engineer Associate. Register for the Microsoft Azure Dual Certification Boot Camp
What You Can Expect
- Online, immersive format
- 7 days of live, expert-led training
- Learn in a cohort of peers
- Limited seats per session
How You Will Benefit
- Learn from industry experts: Instructors have 10+ years of industry training experience and are professionals with active roles in the industry.
- Earn your Microsoft Azure Administrator Associate and Azure Security Engineer Associate certifications: Get everything you need to get dual certified, including unlimited practice exam attempts and your certification exam vouchers.
- Extended access: Review boot camp materials and replay daily video lessons for 90 days after your completion date.
- Infosec Skills subscription: Advance your skills with a 90-day subscription to hundreds of additional on-demand courses and hands-on labs.
Who Should Enroll?
This boot camp is intended for current IT professionals, including network and systems administrators, systems engineers, IT managers and consultants, and anyone interested in building their Microsoft Azure administration and security skills.
While anyone can enroll in this boot camp training course, it is recommended that you have a basic understanding of cloud computing.
Microsoft Azure Dual Certification Boot Camp FAQs
Microsoft Azure is a public cloud computing platform that includes solutions such as IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS that can be used for analytics, virtual computing, storage, networking, and more. With the right training and skills, it can be used by IT professionals to completely replace on-premises servers for any organization.
According to Oracle’s Cloud Predictions, around 80% of enterprise workloads will be housed in the cloud by the year 2025, and due to the large adoption of Microsoft Azure cloud services, professionals who hold Microsoft Azure certification are in high demand.
Microsoft Azure certifications show employers that you have the knowledge and skills needed to secure applications using Microsoft Azure. With a Microsoft Azure certification, you may be able to land a job developing, implementing, and managing cloud services in various industries, including healthcare, finance, business, government, and others.
According to LinkedIn, cloud computing has been one of the most in-demand skills for the last six years, and this industry shows no signs of slowing down. Microsoft Azure holds a large share of the market and is continuing to grow in popularity.
The Azure Administrator Associate certification is one of the most highly sought-after credentials in IT. Because of its great demand, Global Knowledge even listed the Azure Administrator Associate as one of the 15 highest-paying certifications in 2020.
According to ZipRecruiter, the median salary of Azure Administrators ranges from $84,000 to $125,000, with top earners making over $163,000 each year. As you gain experience and move up in your career, you may one day find yourself as an Azure Cloud Architect, which reportedly pays an average of $167,807 as of May 2022, with top earners making over $226,000 annually.
Your certification will be valid for one year and will need to be renewed within six months of its expiration date by taking a free online assessment.
Common positions for Microsoft Azure certified professionals include cloud administrator, systems administrator, Azure technical support specialist, network administrator, Azure security engineer, cloud security engineer, and information security engineer.