This course covers a lot of ground. You won't just learn all the ways that the Microsoft Azure cloud can improve your job, your network and your entire company: you'll also learn how to go about actually making those improvements. Learn the core services that come with Microsoft Azure and how to unlock their value.
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Microsoft Azure Tutorial for Beginners: Understanding Core Services FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
This course is a great way for new IT professionals to get introduced to the Microsoft Azure cloud, but it's also valuable for non-technical professionals who need to make good business decisions about cloud services and going with the right provider. You'll learn what Azure is capable of as you learn how to do some of it yourself.
Yes, this Microsoft Azure core services course is designed, in part, to help learners prepare for the Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals. This isn't exclusively a certification prep course, though. A lot of what you learn on the course focuses on explaining basic concepts and answering common, non-technical questions about implementing Azure in a business setting.
The Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals is the ideal certification to consider after finishing this tutorial course on Azure core services. Earning it requires passing the AZ-900, which is an exam designed to test administrators, business users, developers and students on cloud concepts, Azure architecture and services, as well as managing and governing the Azure cloud.
Many companies offer access to the cloud and each one has tons of different services, tools, resources and technologies that can be included in those offers. Microsoft Azure is much more than a big database in the cloud – you should take this course to understand how much can be done in the cloud, and how.