About this course
App service planning
Blob storage Fundamentals
Microsoft Azure Essentials
- Azure Landscape & Design Patterns - An Overview
- Why use Azure Cloud?
- AWS vs Azure - A Perspective
- Introduction to Microsoft Azure
- Azure Virtual Machines
- Availability Sets in Azure
- Azure App Service Plan
- Resource Groups
- Azure Storage
- Blob Storage
- Azure Table
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Frequently Asked Questions
Microsoft Azure is a public cloud platform that enables SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS applications for storage, analytics, virtual computing, networking and more.
No, Microsoft Azure is not free but is a very economical alternative to on-premise infrastructures.
Yes, Microsoft Azure is among the leading and most popular cloud platforms globally.
Azure offers many services including Azure DevOps, Azure AI. Analytics, Azure IoT (Internet of Things), Storage, Azure Virtual Machines, Container Service, and CDN among others.
Azure as a platform can be learnt without any prior knowledge of programming languages and coding.
Many renowned companies across the world use Microsoft Azure. Some examples are eBay, Boeing, Samsung, GE Healthcare, and BMW.
Azure is a cloud platform that also has the Azure SQL database.
No, Microsoft is a very cost-effective alternative to the on-premise infrastructure. Also, as it charges on the pay as go basis, it helps in avoiding the hefty upfront cost.
Azure and AWS along with the Google Cloud are the top three cloud platforms globally that keep changing positions within the top three.
If you want to host a static website on Microsoft Azure, you will have to spend anywhere from $0.5 to $2 per month. A dynamic website requires more resources, and hence costs more when compared to a static one.