Azure IaaS Compute Solutions Online Training
Working through all the Azure compute options to select a service for an application can be real work. You have to consider whether to migrate or build new, to containerize or not to containerize, orchestration or no orchestration. Knox breaks it all down in this Compute Solutions training. After watching this Azure training, you'll not only know how to choose a solution, but also how to implement it.
For anyone who manages Azure Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) compute training, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard cloud administrators and DevOps engineers, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft Azure reference resource.
Azure IaaS Compute Solutions: What You Need to Know
This Microsoft Azure training covers topics such as:
- Coding with deployment tools for IaaS and Azure
- Deploying a virtual machine with Azure CLI and PowerShell
- Parallel processing with Azure and batch services process
- Deploying batch jobs from the API and the portal
- Deploying containers through Azure
- Creating Azure Managed Kubernetes (AKS) clusters and deploying containers on it
Who Should Take Azure IaaS Compute Solutions Training?
This Azure IaaS Compute Solutions training is considered administrator-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for cloud administrators. This IaaS Compute Solutions skill course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with Azure services and experienced cloud administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring cloud administrators. Gaining knowledge of Azure IaaS compute solutions will not only give you the information you need to administer cloud infrastructure through Azure, but it will prepare you for Azure certification. That’s expertise that signals to managers and supervisors your commitment and availability for advancement.
Experienced cloud administrators. This Azure IaaS Compute Solutions training will appeal to Cloud administrators with several years on the job. Experienced administrators might be able to spin up virtual machines, and run batch jobs, but this training guarantees that you understand all aspects of Azure infrastructure.