New book: Exam Ref 70-532 Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions

Exam Ref 70-532 Developing Microsoft Azure SolutionsWe’re pleased to announce the availability of Exam Ref 70-532 Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions (ISBN 9780735697041), by Zoiner Tejada, Michele Leroux Bustamante, and Ike Ellis.

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Prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-532—and help demonstrate your real-world mastery of Microsoft Azure solution development.
Designed for experienced developers ready to advance their status, Exam Ref focuses on the critical-thinking and decision-making acumen needed for success at the Microsoft Specialist level.

Focus on the expertise measured by these objectives:
• Design and implement Websites
• Create and manage Virtual Machines
• Design and implement Cloud Services
• Design and implement a storage strategy
• Manage application and network services

This Microsoft Exam Ref:
• Organizes its coverage by exam objectives
• Features strategic, what-if scenarios to challenge you
• Will be valuable for Microsoft Azure developers, solution architects, DevOps engineers, and QA engineers
• Assumes you have experience designing, programming, implementing, automating, and monitoring Microsoft Azure solutions and that you are proficient with tools, techniques, and approaches for building scalable, resilient solutions

About the authors
Zoiner Tejada
, cofounder and CEO of Solliance, is a Microsoft Azure MVP who has been awarded Microsoft Azure Elite and Microsoft Azure Insider status.

Michele Leroux Bustamante, cofounder and CIO of Solliance, is a Microsoft Azure MVP and Microsoft Regional Director with Microsoft Azure Elite and Microsoft Azure Insider status.

Ike Ellis, Solliance data and cloud architect, is a Microsoft Azure Insider and Microsoft SQL Server MVP.

Comments (1)
  1. Matt Schwartz says:

    In the "Objective Review" section for chapter 3.2 the question is "Which of the following is not true regarding scaling the instance count of a cloud serivce…"

    the correct answers are…

    A. You can only scale in even multiples (this is not true).

    B. You must pre-provision all role instances before scaling up (also not true)

    …and the book has the correct answers as C & D.

    Can someone please verify this is indeed the case? I don't believe this is the only review section in this book where a mistake was need. The book contains good information but it really could have benefited from a couple more rounds of editing.

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