This is part 4 of a series of posts to help you pass the AZ-220 Azure IoT Developer specialty exam. 5-10% of the AZ-220 exam will measure your ability to implement business integration.
The Microsoft Global Partner Solutions (GPS) Technical Team, IoT Product Group, IoT Advocates, and Microsoft Worldwide Learning have collaborated to create this guide to help you prepare for the Microsoft Azure IoT Developer exam!
Skills Measured: Implement Business Integration
- Set up input and output connections to support native Azure services and to enable third-party services
- Set up IoT Hub routing to support downstream Azure resources
- Create models and digital twins
- Map IoT device data to digital twin models and relationships
- Ingest IoT device messages, and translate messages to digital twins
- Configure routes and endpoints to trigger business logic and data processing
- Manage and query the Azure Digital Twins graph
- Update properties on Azure Digital Twins entities in the graph
- Monitor and troubleshoot Azure Digital Twins
NOTE: In most cases, exams do NOT cover preview features, and some features will only be added to an exam when they are GA (General Availability).
Microsoft Learn - Related Learning Paths
Develop Data Insights and Business Integrations (5 Modules)
Learn about the tools and services that can be used to develop data insights and implement business integration, including Azure Event Grid, Azure Logic Apps, and Azure Time Series Insights.
Learn about the features and capabilities of Azure Digital Twins service, how to configure, build, and manage an Azure Digital Twins environment, and how to integrate IoT and Azure Digital Twins solutions.
Other Helpful Resources
- Azure Digital Twins Explorer
- Azure Digital Twins Data Ingress and Egress
- Azure Event Grid
- Azure IoT Blogs
- Azure IoT Reference Architecture
- Compare IoT Hub and Event Hubs
- Compare Message Routing and Event Grid for IoT Hub
- Industrial IoT Patterns with IoT Central
- Microsoft Tech Community - IoT - Blogs and conversation spaces
- Simplify Downstream Processing with Azure IoT Hub Message Enrichments
- Use Workflows to Integrate Your IoT Central Application with Other Cloud Services
- What is an Ontology?
- YouTube - Microsoft IoT Developers