Azure IaaS Learning Opportunity Webinar?

I have explained the Azure learning process in the previous post. This post will give you an opportunity to “Keep yourself updated – Virtual Networking” as I explained in the above post.

How to Start Azure Learning?

You can start Azure learning from the Microsoft learning portal. Previously, I recommended Microsoft MVA to start Azure learning. But, MVA is already retired. More details Complete your MVA courses before they retire on January 31, 2019.

Check out the Microsoft Learning portal for Azure IaaS platform learning. Azure Administrator is the correct search criteria for Microsoft learning portal for Azure IaaS learning.

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Following are my top 10 learning courses which I would recommend for Azure IaaS administrators.

  1. Create Azure Account
  2. Azure Fundamentals
  3. Introductions to Azure Virtual Machines
  4. Create a Windows Virtual Machine in Azure
  5. Create a Linux Virtual Machine in Azure
  6. Keep your Virtual Machines Updated
  7. Administer Infrastructure Resources in Azure
  8. Secure Your Cloud Data
  9. Secure your Azure SQL Database
  10. Administer Containers in Azure

How to Supercharge Infrastructure with Azure IaaS?

Altaro is hosting a webinar for Azure administrators. This webinar will give you an opportunity to learn Azure IaaS insider information from Thomas Maurer and Andy Syrewicze!

The Azure Learning webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, February 13th, 2019 The Webinar presented live twice, Session 1: 2pm CET / 8am EST / 5am PST, Session 2: 7pm CET / 1pm EST / 10am PST.

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Register for the webinar from here

Content of the Azure Learning Webinar

To make sure you will get actionable knowledge at the end of this webinar, Altaro be putting IaaS to work in the following real-life scenarios live:

  • Making a globally accessible VM highly available in Azure
  • Moving a Web App into an Azure VM
  • Creative Uses for Nested Virtualization in Azure
  • Use case based on registrants’ requests


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