Microsoft Azure, sometimes known as Azure, is a cloud computing service run by Microsoft for managing applications through data centers under Microsoft’s supervision. Beginning your journey on Azure for beginners.
What you’ll learn
- To understand how to start working with Azure
- Virtual machines to start up
- Utilize storage solutions like BLOB and SQL Server.
- The fundamental knowledge of services like Azure Functions and Azure Web Apps
- Be prepared before taking the AZ-900 certification test.
January 2022, version 6.1
The following chapters have been updated to reflect changes to the relevant Microsoft Azure service’s user interface.
- Lab – Azure SQL Database
- Lab – Azure SQL Database – Adding data
- Lab – Basic Azure Load Balancer – Setup
- Lab – Basic Azure Load Balancer – Implement
- Lab – Role-based access control
August 2021, version 6.0
- Most of the course’s chapters underwent a refresh in order to reflect new features and any modifications to the User Interface for Microsoft Azure services.
- The films now include address questions that students frequently have.
February 2021, version 5.1
- The following chapters have been added to the course:
- Creating a workspace and dedicated SQL pool for Azure Synapse Analytics
- Setting up Azure SQL and Azure Data Factory in the Azure Synapse lab
- Transferring data with Azure Synapse in a lab using Azure Data Factory
- Microsoft Bot Service
Additionally, a brand-new portion was introduced as a helpful review for major ideas covered throughout the course.
Updated chapters on .Net programs for working with the Blob and queue service in Microsoft Azure Storage Accounts.
- Fundamental understanding of networks and databases
- Basic knowledge of what a cloud platform is
- Essential knowledge of how web servers operate
- Basic knowledge of web application development
Who this course is for?
- Students that want to start studying the Azure Platform
- Students who wish to start working for their Microsoft Azure Cloud Certifications as soon as possible.