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Become a Nerdio
Certified Engineer!

Show off your Azure knowledge while learning the core components of Nerdio and Microsoft Azure in our in-depth training curriculum!

Choose between two available training programs: NMM-100 (Nerdio Manager for MSP) and a more technically-advanced NMM-200 (Nerdio Manager for MSP). In these two courses, you’ll learn how to perform essential WVD & Azure tasks.


What's in It for You?

Nerdio’s certification program has been carefully crafted by Nerdio’s partner solutions and engineering teams with the goal of providing you with the knowledge you need to build a successful (and profitable) cloud practice in Microsoft Azure using Nerdio. You’ll finish with useful and applicable knowledge that will help you accelerate your business and bring your customers successfully to Azure.

Once you pass the course with flying colors, you’ll be adorned with an official certificate of completion to share.


As an MSP, you’ll take a deep dive into Microsoft Azure’s technical capabilities as well as Nerdio’s features and discover how to execute and overcome common situations and roadblocks. Each program consists of 6 lessons, followed by a 100-question exam at the end. The program will take roughly two to four weeks, depending on how much time you’re able to commit. The exam is limited to 60 minutes.


NMM-200 is more technically sophisticated than NMM-100, so we recommend users keep that in mind when choosing which course to begin. NMM-200 registrants should have a fair amount of Azure experience and knowledge before starting.


Ready to Get Started?

To get started, choose which program you’d like to complete and fill in the necessary information. Once payment is complete, you’ll receive access to the platform. Good luck!

Note: If you are a member of the Nerdio Partnerd Program, you may be able to get free certifications. Please contact us for more information.

Nerdio Manager for MSP (NMM) 100

LESSON 1: Azure Fundamentals
LESSON 2: Identity Management
LESSON 3: Microsoft 365
LESSON 4: Azure Virtual Desktop
LESSON 5: NMM Fundamentals


Nerdio Manager for MSP (NMM) 200


LESSON 1: Identity Management
LESSON 2: NMM Application
LESSON 3: Deployment Paths
LESSON 4: NMM Account
LESSON 6: Azure Fundamentals

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Multi-Cloud and On-Premises Deployment with Azure Stack HCI (Coming Soon)

Deploy Azure Virtual Desktop in Azure and extend the session host VM placement to on-premises and other cloud using Azure Stack HCI. Nerdio Manager automates deployment of session hosts, AVD agent installation, and full integration into the AVD deployment in Azure.

Create a brand new Azure Virtual Desktop environment or allow Nerdio Manager to discover an existing deployment, connecting to existing resources, and manage them.

Deploy Nerdio Manager from Azure Marketplace and configure a new AVD environment with an easy to follow, step-by-step configuration wizard. First group of users can access their AVD desktop in less than 2 hours.

Service providers, system integrators, and consultants can leverage Nerdio Manager’s scripted AVD deployment template. Create complete environments with desktop images, host pools, and auto-scaling in minutes.

Create and manage AVD environments that span Azure regions and subscriptions. Quickly link Vnets and resource groups and manage AVD deployments world-wide from unified portal.

Link multiple Azure tenants under the same Nerdio Manager instance and manage AVD deployments that span Azure AD tenants. User identities and session host VMs can run in separate tenants for maximum flexibilty and security.

Deploy and manage AVD environments that span across sovereign Azure Clouds. Cross-sovereign cloud support allows identity (e.g. users and groups) to be in one Azure Cloud, while session host VMs are in another Azure Cloud.

Management of workspaces, host pools, app groups, RemoteApps & custom RDP settings

Administer every aspect of AVD with Nerdio Manager including workspaces, host pools, application groups, RemoteApp publishing, RDP properties, session time limits, FSLogix, and much, much more. Every Azure service that AVD relies on can be managed with Nerdio Manager.

Deploy and manage AVD session host VMs. Hosts can be created manually or with auto-scaling, deleted on-demand or on a schedule, re-imaged to apply updates, run a scripted action, resized, put into or taken out of drain mode, and more.

Manage user sessions across the entire AVD environment, within a workspace, host pool or on a single host. Monitor session status, disconnect or log off the user, shadow or remote control to provide support, or send user an on-screen message.

End users have the ability to log into Nerdio Manager with their Azure AD credentials and manage their own session, restart their desktop VM, or start a session host if none are started in a host pool. (Ability to resize and re-image own desktop is coming soon.)

Create, link, and manage Azure Files shares including AD domain join. Synchronize Azure Files permissions with host pools, configure quotas, and enable SMB multi-channel. Manage file lock handles and configure Azure Files auto-scaling to increase quota as needed.

Create, link, and manage Azure NetApp Files accounts, capacity pools and volumes. Configure provisioned volume size, monitor usage, and use auto-scaling to automatically adjust volume and capacity pool size to accommodate the needed capacity and latency requirements.

FSLogix configuration can be complex and overwheling, but not with Nerdio Manager. Create one or more FSLogix profiles with all the needed options, point at one or more Azure Files, Azure NetApp Files, or server locations and select from VHDLocations, CloudCache and Azure Blob storage modes.

Multiple identity source profiles can be set up and used automatically on different host pools. Active Directory, Azure AD DS, and Native Azure AD are all supported. Choose the appropriate directory profile when adding a host pool and all VMs will automatically join this directory when being created.

Create a copy of a host pool with all of its settings: auto-scale config, app groups and RemoteApps, MSIX AppAttach, user/group assignments, VM deployment settings, etc. Save time by creating host pool “templates” that can be cloned to any Workspace, Azure region or subscription instead of starting from scratch.

Apply user session time limits at host pool level. Automatically log off disconnected sessions, limit the duration of idle sessions, control empty RemoteApp session behavior and more.

Assign Azure AD users to personal desktops to ensure the user will log into a pre-configured VM. Un-assign personal desktops from users who leave the organization and re-use these VMs for new users.

Pre-configure custom Azure tags for all Azure resources associated with each host pool. Tags can be used for charge-back and cost allocation by host pool.

When creating session hosts using NV-series VMs NVIDIA and AMD GPU drivers are automatically installed.

Move existing host pools from Fall 2019 (Classic) object model to Spring 2020 (ARM) object model. Choose to whether to move or copy user assignments. Existing session hosts are automatically migrated or new ones can be created in the ARM host pool.

Automatically enable and configure AVD integration with Azure monitor. Zero configuration required. Azure Monitor Insights for AVD can be used instead of or in conjunction with Sepago Monitor.

AVD personal desktops to Windows 365 Cloud PC migration (Coming Soon)

Migrate users from AVD personal desktops to Windows 365 Enterprise Cloud PCs using an existing image and user assignment. (Coming soon)


Cloud PC License Usage Optimization (Coming Soon)

Cloud PC device lifecycle management

Cloud PC user group assignment

Intune primary user management on Cloud PCs

Migrate AVD personal desktops to Cloud PCs (Coming Soon)

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