Microsoft 365 Enterprise Admin role-based exam prep: MS-101 Mobility & Security - BRK2434

Microsoft 365 Enterprise Admin role-based exam prep: MS-100 Identity & Services - BRK3385

This Certification Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Microsoft 365 who are interested in certification. Specifically, attendees will learn more about the recently announced Microsoft 365 Mobility and Security MS-101 exam that is part of the new Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator certification. You will learn about how to approach studying for this new job role, and being successful in your exam endeavors. Attendees of this session can expect to review the topics covered in the certification exams in a fast-paced format, as well as receive some valuable test taking techniques. Attendees will leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, what are the key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.

Migrating Microsoft Access Applications to SQL Azure

In this tutorial Steve Yi walks through the migration of a Microsoft Access 2010 expense application to SQL Azure. When done, Steve is able to use Microsoft Access 2010 and have his data live in SQL Azure in the cloud.

How to: Use a SQL Server Migration Assistant with Azure SQL Database at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/azure/jj156166.aspx

SQL Server Migration Assistant for Access (AccessToSQL) at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh313039(v=sql.110).aspx

Microsoft SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) for Access is a tool for migrating databases from Microsoft Access versions 97 through 2010 to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 / Microsoft SQL Server 2008 / Microsoft SQL Server 2012 / MicrosoftSQL Server 2014 / Microsoft SQL Azure. SSMA for Access converts Access database objects to SQL Server or SQL Azure database objects, loads those objects into SQL Server or SQL Azure, and then migrates data from Access to SQL Server or SQL Azure.