Windows Server Cloud Skills Challenge, available Sept 16th -24th

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Whether you attended the Windows Server Summit 2021 and want to learn more, or you are interested in expanding your professional toolkit with new technical skills, Cloud Skills Challenges are designed to help.

 

Wondering why you should participate in a Cloud Skills Challenge?

  • Compete​ – track and benchmark your progress against friends and coworkers. It's always better when we learn together.
  • Learn​ – increase your understanding with self-paced learning and stay current on cloud technologies. 
  • Develop Skills​ – by the end of the challenge, you'll have marketable skills to better yourself, your organization, and your career. Since the challenges include Microsoft learning path modules, completing them helps you develop important technical skills and can assist with preparation for certification.

 

Sign Up September 16th 

The Windows Server Cloud Skills Challenge is a 9-day self-paced skilling competition starting September 16th at 11:30 am (PDT) and running until September 24th at 11:59 pm (PDT). Seven Windows Server-based challenges are available, giving you options to choose the one(s) most relevant to your role. Simply sign up for a challenge and complete all modules within that challenge in the specified time period. If you are ambitious, competitive, or have time left over after completing your first challenge, you are welcome to sign up for more.

  1. Deploy and configure Windows Server IaaS Virtual Machine
  2. Implement a Windows Server hybrid cloud infrastructure
  3. Implement Windows Server hybrid cloud management, monitoring, and security
  4. Implement Windows Server IaaS VM Identity
  5. Implement Windows Server IaaS VM networking
  6. Implement Windows Server IaaS VM Security
  7. Monitor and maintain Windows Server IaaS Virtual Machine

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