Microsoft Azure Tutorial for Beginners | Free Azure Course

Microsoft Azure Tutorial for Beginners | Free Azure Course

Here’s some brand new content from the SoftwareArchitect.ca YouTube channel that you might find interesting.

Microsoft Azure Tutorial for Beginners. Just launched today is this completely free Azure course for beginners that takes you step-by-step through as I create various resources in Azure to create a complete 3-tier architecture solution.

FREE [[ https://www.udemy.com/free-azure/ ]]

In this course, we create a traditional 3-tier application structure inside Microsoft Azure. By the end of the course, you will be able to:

– Create a Windows VM using the Azure Portal
– Create a Windows VM using Powershell and ARM Templates
– Create a Linux VM using the Azure Portal
– Create a Linux VM using CLI and ARM Templates
– Create a Public-facing Load Balancer, and configure it to work with web servers
– Create an Internal-only Load Balancer, and configure it to work with application servers
– Create an Azure SQL Database
– Create a Secondary SQL Database, for failover in case the primary goes down
– Set up Automatic Failover so that Azure monitors the state of your database for you

There’s a lot going on! And learn it all in around 90 minutes!

The skills you learn today will stay with you for years to come and help you grow in your career.

Enroll today!

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Quickstart Series: Windows Web App in Azure

In this video, I show you how to create a Windows Web App in Microsoft Azure. Windows Web App. We go through the Azure Portal, and see how form fields get filled in. If you can’t afford to create resources in Azure, but want to see how it’s done in 2018, this is the video for you.

Or you can see the video directly on YouTube.

Transcript:

I have something brand new for you. Hey there, are you interested in Microsoft Azure, and you don’t know where to start? I have a free course that you might be interested in. It’s called Create a 3-Tier Application Using Azure Virtual Machines. We can see on screen, a diagram of what you’ll be able to create all by yourself once you’re finished with this course.

The course itself is only 90 minutes, and we’re going to be creating virtual machines and other resources using the Azure Portal, using PowerShell, and also CLI. And also we’re going to be using ARM Templates. A lot of these things are covered on the certification test, so this kind of free course will be perfect if your eventual goal is to get certified. But even if your goal is not to get certified, doing these resources in all these different ways is going to teach you a lot.

So in an afternoon, you’re going to be able to sit down, and completely for free, learn lots of stuff about Microsoft Azure. I mean the course is free. Azure has a free trial account. All I ask is if you are able to leave a review, that would be awesome. Free courses, sometimes they get the short end of the stick when it comes to reviews. So take the course, leave a review. That would be great.

There’s the URL on screen. https://www.udemy.com/azure-free. You can go up today, sign up. It’s going to cost you absolutely nothing, you’ll get 90 minutes of training on Microsoft Azure, creating over eight resources within the Azure Portal. So I hope to see you inside.