Microsoft is starting to tackle some big buzzwords within its Azure platform. Security, AI, and hybrid cloud environments are beginning to be synonymous with the platform. To showcase these updates, along with the updates that CBT Nuggets trainer Ben Finkel made to his Microsoft Azure 70-533 course, we talked all things Azure on the CBT Nuggets blog.
- 5 Ways to Secure Environments with Azure
Data protection and security compliance appear to be emphasized in the latest updates to Microsoft Azure certification exams — and for good reason. Organizations can always implement new security practices to keep customers’ information safe. Read about the five ways that you can use the latest version of Azure to keep your projects as safe as possible.
- How AI is Taking Over Azure
You’ve heard it before, artificial intelligence (AI) is the wave of the future, and many job tasks are being automated to make IT pros lives easier. You can now use Microsoft Azure to create new experiences for your audience using AI. Learn about how image recognition, bot services, and more are making the Azure platform work better for your business.
- Looking into AI with Microsoft Azure
Artificial intelligence is an area that many organizations are looking to take advantage of soon. It’s relatively new in the market, but Microsoft Azure is embracing the technology with open arms. Listen as CBT Nuggets trainer Ben Finkel discusses the implications of AI being infused in the Microsoft Azure platform and how it can affect your business in this webinar recording.
- How Do the Microsoft Azure 70-532, 70-533, and 70-535 Relate?
The three main Azure certifications from Microsoft (70-532, 70-533, and 70-535) might appear to cover a lot of the same ground, but there is more than meets the eye. There is overlap, but each exam tests a different perspective of Azure that should be taken into account. Learn about the differences between these exams, and which exam you should start with.
- 4 Reasons Azure is Better Than AWS
When you think of cloud services, you might think of Amazon Web Services as the most trusted cloud provider. Although we do love AWS, we’ve gathered some of the reasons why Microsoft Azure might be worth considering as a cloud services provider.