According to an IDC study*, 70% of CIOs have a cloud-first strategy and 85% of enterprises want to incorporate cloud architecture, but only 16% of organizations have the required skills and processes.


With the new role-based Microsoft certifications, you can demonstrate that you are keeping pace with today’s technical roles and requirements. Skill up, prove your expertise to employers and peers, and get the recognition and opportunities you’ve earned.

* Anderson, Cushing. Cloud Skills and Organizational Influence: How Cloud Skills Are Accelerating the Careers of IT Professionals. IDC/Microsoft, May 2017.


Learning Options: Three ways to reach your goal
We prepare you optimally for the new role-based certifications: Microsoft Azure Administrator, Azure Developer and Azure Solutions Architect. For each certification you can choose between different learning options.

Classroom Learning

Hybrid Learning

Self-paced E-Learning


Microsoft Azure Administrator

An Azure Administrator is responsible for implementing, monitoring, and maintaining Microsoft Azure solutions, including major services related to compute, storage, network, and security.

Learning Path for Azure Administrator Role


Learn more about Azure Administrator Training



Microsoft Azure Developer

Microsoft Azure is the cloud for modern business. Expand your Azure development skills to meet future business needs with this certification.

Learning Path for Azure Developer Role


Learn more about Azure Developer Training



Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect

Master the skills needed to design solutions that run on Azure. A Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect must have expertise in compute, network, storage, and security. To succeed in this role, you need to understand how to plan solutions that meet your business needs.

Learning Path for Azure Solutions Architect Role


Learn more about Azure Solutions Architect Training



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