Azure is best known as Microsoft’s cloud platform, but don’t mistake it for a mere storage center. Microsoft Azure offers several integrated services that are both managed and unmanaged, meaning businesses have the opportunity to build and deploy apps according to their needs and preferences. Other Azure benefits include hybrid capabilities (which combine data center and public cloud storage) and flexible programming (Azure supports any operating system, language, tool, and framework). To better understand its many features, Directions offers training courses for those who want to develop and implement the cloud platform, as well as those who want to learn the fundamentals of Azure.
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|10978||Introduction to Azure for Developers|
|10979||Microsoft Azure Fundamentals|
|20532||Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions|
|20533||Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions|
|40390||Microsoft Azure for AWS Experts|
|55091||Managing Trust Relationships with Multiple Business Identity Providers (Basics)|
|55093||Windows Azure Data Services (Basics)|
|55162||Creating and Deploying in Minutes No-Code Predictive Analytics Using Azure Machine Learning|
|AZPI||Cloud-Based Integration Using Azure App Service|