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Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series helps a learner prepare for the MCP/MCSD 70-300 exam by covering how to break down a case study to expose pertinent facts, create meaningful requirements and specifications for a solution, and develop a .NET solution architecture that is secure and stable. It teaches the development of a solid database model, including normalization, relationships, and Object Role Modeling (ORM). It also covers the tradeoffs between a Windows application, a Web application, and a Web Service-based application.

Certification:
MCP/MCSD 70-300

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .NET Solution Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 certification exam or for anyone who wants an introduction to Microsoft .NET solution architectures.

Features:
●  A glossary
●  A Skill Assessment

Topics included in this course:
Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Envisioning the Solution and Analyzing Business Requirements
Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Analyzing User, Operational, and Infrastructure Requirements
Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Developing Specifications and Creating the Conceptual Design
Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Creating the Logical Design
Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Creating the Logical Data Model and Physical Design
Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Deploying the Application and Creating Standards
Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Practice Exam

Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Envisioning the Solution and Analyzing Business Requirements
Summary:
This course explains how to complete the Envisioning Phase of application development using Microsoft .NET solution architectures. It also covers the beginning of the requirements-gathering stage, including assessing the current business state and determining business requirements.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Establish a proposed solution
Assess the solution's feasibility
Assess the need for change
Identify and manage risks
Gather information about the current business state
Analyze business requirements for the solution

Topics:
Problem Definition
Solution Proposition
Solution feasibility
Risk management
Business processes
Organizational structure and positioning
Training, political, and regulatory requirements
System features and business requirements
Dependencies and data requirements
Data flow diagrams
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Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Analyzing User, Operational, and Infrastructure Requirements
Summary:
This course explains how to both gather and analyze user, operational, and infrastructure requirements in creating Microsoft .NET solution architectures.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Develop use cases, use case diagrams, and usage scenarios
Assess both globalization and localization requirements
Analyze performance, availability, security, and scalability operational requirements
Evaluate maintainability, deployability, and extensibility requirements
Incorporate accessibility features into requirements
Determine the impact of operational requirements on current infrastructure

Topics:
Unified Modeling Language
Usage scenarios
World-ready applications
Performance and availability requirements
Security requirements
Scalability requirements
Maintainability requirements
Accessibility requirements
Deployment and extensibility requirements
Hardware, software, and network infrastructure requirements
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Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Developing Specifications and Creating the Conceptual Design
Summary:
This course explains how to develop specifications and create a conceptual design using Microsoft .NET solution architectures.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Create development and security strategies
Describe concept modeling
Develop a conceptual model using Object Role Modeling (ORM)
Apply uniqueness and mandatory role constraints to a conceptual model
Develop data rules and ring constraints for a conceptual model
List the advantages of and techniques for using ORM in a database environment

Topics:
Specifications development strategy
Auditing and error handling
Multicultural application development
Data storage
State management
Data validation
Deployment strategies
Security strategy development
Operations and support system strategy
Concept modeling entities
Uniqueness and mandatory role constraints
Data rules and ring constraints
DBMS
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Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Creating the Logical Design
Summary:
This course explains how to create and validate the logical design of a solution using Microsoft .NET solution architectures.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design auditing, logging, and exception handling into an application
List considerations for creating a secure accessible multinational user interface
Explain the function of the Data Access, Business Logic, and User Services layers
Differentiate synchronous and asynchronous calls
Validate a logical design based on operational business requirements and usage scenarios
Create a Proof-of-Concept deliverable

Topics:
Choosing an architectural model
Auditing and logging
Supporting multinational and disabled users
Security
DAL, BLL, and USL layers
Services, components, and state
Synchronous versus asynchronous processing
COM and COM+
XML and .NET remoting
Logical design validation
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Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Creating the Logical Data Model and Physical Design
Summary:
This course explains how to create the logical data model and physical design of a solution using Microsoft .NET solution architectures.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
List key data modeling and logical data design concepts
Define tables and columns
Normalize tables
Define relationships
Create an XML schema
Outline physical design specifications for each aspect of an enterprise solution

Topics:
Data modeling and logical data design
Defining tables and columns
Normalizing tables
Defining relationships
Defining the XML schema
Auditing and exception handling
Integration, interoperability, and security
Business services
User services
Data access and state
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Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Deploying the Application and Creating Standards
Summary:
This course explains how to deploy, maintain, model, and validate a solution's physical design using Microsoft .NET solution architectures. This course also covers how to create both team standards and processes, as well as measure quality.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Create the physical deployment design
Develop the physical design for maintenance
Create the physical design for the data model
Validate the physical design
Establish team standards and processes
Measure quality using control metrics, performance metrics, and ROI

Topics:
Physical design deployment and licensing
Physical design data migration and upgrading
Physical design maintenance
Data model physical design
Physical design validation
Coding standards
Other standards
Establishing team processes
Using enterprise templates
Measuring quality
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Microsoft .NET Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 : Practice Exam
Summary:
This course provides practice exam questions for the MCP/MCSD 70-300 exam.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Practice for the Analyzing Requirements and Defining Microsoft .NET Solution Architectures MCP/MCSD 70-300 exam.

Topics:
Practice exam 1
Practice exam 2
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30