In June, our team of expert certification specialists released two new or updated learning paths, 16 courses, 10 hands-on labs, and four lab challenges!

By popular request, we introduced three new courses on Microsoft 365 last month. Check out the Microsoft Azure category below for links to courses about Microsoft Defender for Office 365 Reporting and Alerting, Configuring Microsoft Defender for Office 365, and Creating and Configuring Sensitivity Labels and Policies in Microsoft 365.

Another popular area people always ask about is FinOps. In June we released a new course in that arena as well: The Cloud Financial Management — Beyond Just Optimization.

The people in your organization who are studying for Data Engineering on Microsoft Azure certification will want to check out the new DP-203 learning path.

New Content on Cloud Academy

June’s new content fell into these categories:

AWSGoogle CloudMicrosoft AzureFinOpsProgrammingWebinarsNew Product Features

AWS
COURSE: Connecting Networks with AWS Transit Gateway
This course explores AWS Transit Gateway — the best way to connect large numbers of VPCs and on-premises networks together. In this course, we are going to cover a lot of important topics that will make your network administrators very happy because they won’t have to deal with tens or hundreds of independent connections anymore.
COURSE: Using AWS Identity Federation to Simplify Access at Scale
This course covers AWS Identity Federation including what it is and some of the AWS services that can be involved in federation. It also highlights some scenarios where you might want to implement it.
COURSE: Using Amazon Cognito to Manage Authentication & Authorization to Your Mobile and Web Apps
This course explores Amazon Cognito and how it can be used to manage authentication and authorization to your apps. We’ll start with a general overview of Amazon Cognito and when to use it. Then we move on to user pools and identity pools. We round off

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