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Microsoft AZ-220 Exam

Microsoft Azure IoT Developer

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Exam Name Microsoft Azure IoT Developer
Exam Code AZ-220
Actual Exam Duration 120 minutes
Expected no. of Questions in Actual Exam 60
Exam Registration Price $165
Official Information https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/exams/az-220
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Microsoft AZ-220 Exam Topics :

Section Weight Objectives
Create and configure an Azure IoT Hub 15-20% - create an IoT Hub
- register a device
- configure a device twin
- configure IoT Hub tier and scaling
Build device messaging and communication 15-20% - build messaging solutions by using SDKs (device and service)
- implement device-to-cloud communication
- implement cloud-to-device communication
- configure file upload for devices
- optimize message size and scaling
- connect to IoT Hub using TLS server certificates
Configure physical IoT devices 15-20% - recommend an appropriate protocol based on device specifications
- configure device networking, topology, and connectivity
Set Up Device Provisioning Service (DPS) 20-25% - create a Device Provisioning Service
- create a new enrollment in DPS
- link an IoT Hub to the DPS
Manage the device lifecycle 20-25% - provision a device by using DPS
- deprovision an autoenrollment
- decommission (disenroll) a device
Manage IoT devices by using IoT Hub 20-25% - manage devices list in the IoT Hub device registry
- modify device twin tags and properties
- configure a set of devices by using IoT Hub Automatic Device Management
- trigger an action on a set of devices by using IoT Hub Jobs and Direct Methods
- implement a device firmware update process by using device management primitives
- configure module identities
Manage IoT devices by using Azure IoT Central 20-25% - create a custom device template by using Azure IoT Central
- configure rules and actions in Azure IoT Central
- customize the operator view
- add and manage devices from IoT Central
- troubleshoot device connections and data mapping
- create an application based on an app template for an industry vertical
- export a custom application template
- create and manage a new application based on a custom application template
- upgrade and version a device template
- run IoT Central jobs
Set up an IoT Edge device 15-20% - create a device identity in IoT Hub
- set up an IoT device for IoT Edge
- select and install container runtime on IoT devices
- implement module access to the host system
- update IoT Edge runtime
- provision IoT Edge devices by using DPS
Deploy an IoT Edge device 15-20% - create and implement a deployment manifest
- create a deployment for a single IoT Edge device
- create a deployment to target multiple devices
- create a continuous deployment by using Azure DevOps
Develop IoT Edge modules 15-20% - create and customize an Edge module
- deploy a custom IoT Edge module to an Edge device
- deploy an IoT Edge module from the Azure Marketplace to an Edge device
- publish an IoT Edge module to an Azure Container Registry
- define module configuration
- configure IoT Edge module routing
- configure environment for IoT Edge development; debug Edge modules in development environment
Configure an IoT Edge device 15-20% - select an appropriate gateway pattern
- deploy an IoT gateway by using IoT Hub and IoT Edge
- configure IoT Edge certificates
- implement and configure offline support (including local storage)
Integrate with upstream and downstream systems 5-10% - set up input and output connections
- set up IoT Hub routing for triggering workflows
- test data interface integration
- integrate third-party solutions
- configure workflows, including rules and alerts
Develop Azure Digital Twins (ADT) solutions 5-10% - create a digital twin by using the DTDL
- map IoT device data to ADT models and relationships
- ingest IoT device messages and translate messages to ADT
- configure routes and endpoints to trigger business logic and data processing
- query the ADT graph
- update properties on ADT entities in the graph
- monitor and troubleshoot ADT
Configure message routing in Azure IoT Hub 15-20% - implement message enrichment in IoT Hub
- implement routing of IoT device messages to endpoints
- define and test routing queries
- configure IoT Hub as an Event Grid source
- reconfigure the default EventHub endpoint when there are multiple endpoints
Configure stream processing of IoT data 15-20% - create ASA for data and stream processing of IoT data
- process and filter IoT data by using Azure Functions
- write user-defined functions and aggregations in ASA
- consume Azure Machine Learning functions in ASA
- configure Stream Analytics outputs
Create ASA queries 15-20% - write an ASA query that runs in the IoT Edge
- write an ASA query that runs in the cloud
Process real-time data by using Time Series Insights (TSI) 15-20% - create a TSI environment
- connect the IoT Hub and the TSI environment
- create a reference data set for a TSI environment by using the Azure portal
- implement Time Series model hierarchies, types, and instance fields
- consume data by using Time Series Expression syntax
Configure health monitoring 15-20% - configure metrics in IoT Hub
- set up diagnostics logs for Azure IoT Hub
- configure IoT Hub scaling (SKUunit) programmatically
- query and visualize tracing by using Azure Monitor
- apply Azure Policy definitions for IoT Hub
- gather IoT Edge metrics
- retrieve diagnostics from Azure IoT Edge
Troubleshoot device communication 15-20% - establish maintenance communication by using RDP or SSH
- establish maintenance communication by using Device Streams
- verify device telemetry is received by IoT Hub
- validate device twin properties, tags and direct methods
- troubleshoot device disconnects and connects
- troubleshoot IoT Edge devices
Ensure performance and availability 15-20% - identify and resolve bottlenecks
- calculate capacity requirements for each service
- create a simulated fleet of devices for performance and stress testing
- troubleshoot message loss
- test manual failover
Implement security for IoT devices and services 10-15% - implement device and gateway security
- ensure secure connections
Implement Azure Defender for IoT 10-15% - enable Azure Defender for IoT in Azure IoT Hub
- create security modules
- configure custom alerts
- configure the interval at which messages are sent

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