Azure Real World Hand-on Training For Beginners.
- No experience needed. You will learn everything you need know with step by step lab demos.
- You just need to have a Free Azure Account.
This course is designed to get new users up and running with Azure in no time at all. The course has live real-world live hands-on demos that you can follow step by step and no previous Azure experience is needed. All you need is a Free Azure Account.
Today, cloud computing applications and platforms are rapidly growing across all industries, serving as the IT infrastructure that drives new digital businesses. These platforms and applications have revolutionized the ways in which businesses function, and have made processes easier.
This course will give you the basic knowledge, skills, and confidence to begin your Microsoft Azure certification journey and hopefully encourage you to get Microsoft Certified.
This course is designed to help you get familiar with Microsoft's Cloud Services, Azure, the course teaches you the basic overview of Microsoft Azure.
You will learn the below in this course.
What is Azure?
Deploy a Window Virtual Machine in the portal.
Deploy a Linux Virtual Machine.
Deploy a Windows Virtual Machine using the Cloud Shell.
Deploy a Storage Account.
How to work work with BLOB Storage.
Create Users in Azure.
Create a Budget and Alerts in Azure
Create, list and delete resources.
Reset a Virtual Machine Password.
Why get Azure Certifications.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners who want to learn Azure and get some real-world hands on training.
Welcome my name is Ryan O’Connell and I have been doing IT for many years. I hold certifications with Microsoft, Citrix, EC-Council, Veeam, Amazon AWS, Apple, Cisco are just to name a few. I hope to share my my knowledge with the community and also encourage future IT newbies in the field.
I have created this site so many IT pros like myself can share the love , passion of IT. I hope you fun during your time here.
I have designed small and large networks , been an IT trainer, and more during my journey into IT which started way back with windows 3.1.