The MeasureUp 70-768: Developing SQL Data Models practice test is designed to help candidates prepare for and pass Microsoft’s 70-768 exam.
Candidates should be business intelligence (BI) developers who create BI solutions. Candidates should have experience configuring and maintaining SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS). Candidates should be able to design multidimensional BI models and tabular models and develop queries using Multidimensional Expressions (MDX) and Data Analysis Expressions (DAX).
Microsoft Lab Courseware
Our lab guides cover a wide variety of topics, from basic configuration and troubleshooting tasks to advanced subjects like building Active Directory forests or Microsoft Exchange organisations. Each topic contains a set of instructions to configure or administer software in a specific way so that you achieve the desired outcome.
Designing and Deploying Exchange Server 2016
This learning path provides the Exchange 2016 administrator with an understanding of the architecture and communication channels supporting the e-mail messaging infrastructure.
Today, more than ever, business depends on real and near real-time communication.
For many businesses running Microsoft networks, Exchange forms the cornerstone of these solutions and responsibility of the Exchange administration team is deemed a business critical function.
When considering the evolution of communication, you can only assume this dependency will become even more critical in the near future.
In the always-on, always-connected from any device world of ubiquitous broadband communications, business depends on an always-on, always-available solution that insures worldwide continuous availability.
Microsoft Exchange Server with its Unfired Messaging infrastructure streamlines communication from e-mail, voicemail, text messaging, and FAX services in a single scalable and highly available solution which is, increasingly, critical for business success in the 21st century.
This path covers the objectives for the Microsoft exam, Designing and Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 (MSFT 70-345).
This exam validates candidates’ knowledge of and skills in planning and designing cloud and hybrid identities and supporting identity infrastructure for managing devices.
Candidates must be able to plan and design policies to protect content using Data Loss Protection (DLP) and for managing and securing mobile devices.
They must also be able to plan for and design a platform that provides applications to devices using virtualization with Hyper-V and to perform application management using the Company Portal or Windows Store.
Candidates should be able to demonstrate their skills around device designing and implementing device management, security, and integrated Azure features.
Candidates who take this exam should already have experience with desktop/devices administration, Windows networking technologies, Active Directory, and Intune.
Candidates can take this exam and meet the prerequisites by obtaining equivalent knowledge and skills through practical experience as a Device Support Technician or a Device System Administrator.