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The definition for the cloud can seem murky, but essentially, it’s a term used to describe a global network of servers, each with a unique function. The cloud is not a physical entity, but instead is a vast network of remote servers around the globe which are hooked together and meant to operate as a single ecosystem. These servers are designed to either store and manage data, run applications, or deliver content or a service such as streaming videos, web mail, office productivity software, or social media. Instead of accessing files and data from a local or personal computer, you are accessing them online from any Internet-capable device—the information will be available anywhere you go and anytime you need it.


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The AZ-900 program refers to the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification, which is represented by the exam code AZ-900. It is an entry-level certification provided by Microsoft to validate foundational knowledge and understanding of Azure cloud services and concepts.


AZ-104 is the exam code for the Microsoft Azure Administrator certification. It is a role-based certification that validates the skills and knowledge required to manage Azure resources and services effectively.

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