This free, 6-hour course covers the basics of Microsoft Azure.
It’s designed for those new to the cloud platform — or even new to cloud computing — and want to learn how Azure can benefit their organization.
What you’ll learn in this free class:
- Overview of Cloud Concepts
- Core Services and Management Tools
- General and Network Security Features
- Identity, Governance, Privacy, and Compliance Features
- Cost Management and Service Level Agreements
Why Choose Microsoft Azure?
Across industries — and the world — organizations trust Microsoft Azure. Business and technical professionals prefer Azure because Microsoft doesn’t sacrifice flexibility or security. It can also be more cost-effective than other cloud solutions on the market.
Register for this free class to learn more.
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|February 8||09:00 AM – 3:00 PM EST||6 hours|
|February 15||12:00 PM – 6:00 PM EST||6 hours|
|March 14||09:00 AM – 3:00 PM EST||6 hours|
|March 21||09:00 AM – 3:00 PM EST||6 hours|
What’s the Next Step After this Course?
A natural next step, this course covers similar material to Azure Foundations Days, but with additional insights into the platform and a chance to access an Azure instance through a hands-on lab.
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About Presenter, Michael Howell
Michael is an experienced freelance IT trainer and occasional consultant with over 30 years of knowledge and practice. He has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer since 1999.
His work experience includes managing corporate, small-scale IT projects, software development, computer networking (administration and installation), and server administration (file and SQL). In addition, he specializes in teaching Power BI, Microsoft SQL (and its ancillary components), and Microsoft programming languages (C#, VB .NET, etc.).