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June 21, 2016 10:17AM

Last week I completed my 4 days (6 hours daily) Microsoft AZURE training. Course details are as below, Overall this training was terrific.

•Introduction to Microsoft Azure Overview
•Azure Portals (ARM and Classic)
•Managing Azure with Windows PowerShell and Visual Studio c#
•Implement, Deploy and Configure websites (IAAS and PAAS)
•Configure diagnostics, monitoring and analytics
•How to scale and resilience
•Manage hosting plans
•Implement virtual machines and Deploy workloads on Azure
•Implement images and disks, VHD
•Perform configuration management
•Configure VM networking
•Configure VM resiliency
•Design and implement VM storage
•Monitor VMs
•Implement cloud services Configure cloud services and roles
•Deploy and manage cloud services
•Monitor cloud services
•Implement storage Implement blobs and Azure files
•Manage access
•Configure diagnostics, monitoring and analytics
•Implement SQL databases
•Implement recovery services
•Implement an Azure Active Directory Integrate an Azure AD with existing directories
•Configure the Application Access Panel
•Integrate an app with Azure AD
•Implement virtual networks Configure a virtual network
•Modify a network configuration
•Design and implement a multi-site or hybrid network

Training was conducted by Vikram Pendse a Microsoft Technology enthusiast, To my amaze he is MVP (Microsoft most Valuable Professional) almost 8 years, I found him very down to earth. He had complete idea what he is teaching and tried solving all my queries, and I was complete satisfied with the answers. He had authored many great  articles on and Another thing I got to know he is a speaker on Microsoft technology, If anyone is interested he/she can register to the microsoft events and attend those seminar and which are completely free.

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