Microsoft Azure for Beginners:  Introduction  – Scott Duffy

Microsoft Azure for Beginners: Introduction – Scott Duffy

Explore the full course on Udemy (special discount included in the link):

In this video, Microsoft Azure trainer Scott Duffy explains the difference between on premises computing and cloud computing, and then proceeds to show you how to register for a free trial Microsoft Azure account to see for yourself. In a hands-on demonstration, he then shows how to create a virtual machine within the Azure Portal, including setting the VM up as a web server. You will see some of the typical configuration challenges such as setting the Windows Firewall, configuring the virtual network, and ensuring the network security group has port 80 opened to allow incoming web traffic. Switching from infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) to platform-as-a-service (PaaS), You will then see how to create an Azure App Service Web App. Scott actually demonstrates how to download and install Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition, which is free, and deploy a simple web app into the Microsoft Azure web app environment. You will see how simple it is to publish a web app, and learn about the benefits of this platform. Finally, You will learn about the third important element of cloud computing which is storage.

In the full course you will learn:
Know how to design solutions for the Microsoft Azure platform
Pass the Microsoft 70-535 Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions test the first time
Become Microsoft MCP Certified
Understand the main concepts of Azure, beyond the ones you normally use
Be up-to-date on the latest updates to this ever-changing platform

Who is the target audience?
Senior technical people with exposure to Azure
Those interested in passing the Azure 70-535 test
Technical architects who want to learn more about designing for the cloud
Does not cover development or implementation in any detail

Scott Duffy, from has been teaching Microsoft Azure on Udemy for over 2 years and has over 65,000 students in one of his advanced technical courses. Over 12,000 very high ratings for his training, and thousands of students successfully passing their certification. Getting certified is one of the easiest ways to improve your skills that also boost your resume.

Add Comment