All Self Learning > Microsoft Azure Fundamentals (AZ-900) by Anand Rao
Initiating your incredible Microsoft Azure journey with a Bang – Practice Questions, Latest topics and Updated Content
When it comes to cloud computing, Microsoft Azure is one of the most popular choices. The Azure subscription-based infrastructure, system and services have enabled enterprises to increase their visibility, productivity and profitability. Azure is a highly flexible, accessible, and durable platform for installing and creating business solutions, due to its strong data protection security. With the ability to host, control, and manage applications from any location, Azure has risen to the top of the cloud platform rankings.
The Azure Fundamentals course allows you to demonstrate your understanding of cloud ideas, Azure facilities, Azure tasks, Azure security and privacy, as well as Azure cost structure and support. These include networking, storage, computing, application support and application creation. Candidates should have a basic understanding of general technology ideas. This Azure Fundamentals certification course provides a thorough grasp of Microsoft Azure’s various aspects.
162 lectures • 10 hours total length
Anand Rao is a senior technical instructor and cloud consultant. He has worked with large enterprises for about 15 years and has a wide range of technologies in his portfolio. Anand is adept at not just cloud platforms (Azure , AWS and GCP) but also well-versed with IAM, security and automation with powershell and python.
Cloud computing services from Azure and AWS are similar in terms of the virtual machines, networking, and storage that they can provide. Azure, on the other hand, has more robust PaaS capabilities, which is an important part of Cloud infrastructure nowadays. In this way, Azure development enables a total emphasis on creativity.
An online relational database, Microsoft Azure SQL Database falls under the business category of Platform as a Service (PaaS). This database is constructed on standardised hardware and software that is controlled, operated, and managed by Microsoft, as well as on Microsoft-owned hardware and software.
During a 12-month period, a candidate may only take an exam five times. These twelve months begin with your first try. They are then entitled for a second attempt in 12 months.