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  • Training type: E-learning (online)
  • Language: English
  • Online access: 24/7, 365 days after activation
  • Interactive multimedia lessons with video, audio and subtitles
  • Videos of up to 3-10 minutes, watchable at your own pace
  • Practical exercises with real-time analysis of actions and results
  • Flexible management with progress reporting
  • View lessons by specific topic
  • Your answers are immediately evaluated
  • The software tells you exactly where your possible mistakes lie
  • Possibility to repeat an assignment (unlimited)
  • View solution videos
  • Azure Certifications
  • Tips & Tricks
  • Exam Quiz
  • MeasureUp Exam Simulation (150+ questions)
  • LiveLabs (if available)
  • Award Winning E-learning
  • Full training for the official Exam
  • User-friendly environment
  • Includes Online Tutor (via email and chat)
  • Certificate of Participation included

What is Microsoft Azure?

Microsoft Azure, formerly known as Windows Azure, is Microsoft's public cloud computing platform. Azure offers a wide range of cloud services, including compute, analytics, storage and networking. Users can choose from these services to develop and scale new applications or run existing applications in the public cloud.

The Azure platform is designed to help businesses meet challenges and achieve their organizational goals. It provides tools that support all industries, including e-commerce, finance and a variety of Fortune 500 companies, and is compatible with open source technologies. This gives users the flexibility to use their preferred tools and technologies.

Microsoft Azure offers four different forms of cloud computing:

  • Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)
  • Platform as a service (PaaS)
  • Software as a service (SaaS)
  • Serverless features

Microsoft charges for Azure on a pay-as-you-go (PAYG) basis. This means subscribers receive a bill each month that charges them only for the specific resources and services they have used.

How does Microsoft Azure work?

Once customers subscribe to Azure, they have access to all the services included in the Azure portal. Subscribers can use these services to create cloud resources, such as VMs and databases. Azure resources and services can then be aggregated into active environments used to host workloads and store data.

In addition to the services Microsoft offers through the Azure portal, a number of third-party vendors also make software available directly through Azure. The fees charged for third-party applications vary widely, but may include a subscription fee for the application, plus a usage fee for the infrastructure used to host the application.

Microsoft offers the following five different customer support options for Azure:

  • Basic
  • Developer
  • Standard
  • Professional Direct
  • Enterprise (Premier)

Customer support options vary in scope and price. Basic support is available for all Azure accounts, but Microsoft charges for the other options. 

What is Microsoft Azure used for?

Because Microsoft Azure consists of a wide variety of resource and service offerings, the use cases are very diverse. Running virtual machines or containers in the cloud is one of the most popular uses of Microsoft Azure. These resources can host infrastructure components, such as Domain Name System (DNS) servers; Windows Server services, such as Internet Information Services (IIS); network services, such as firewalls; or third-party applications. Microsoft also supports the use of third-party operating systems, such as Linux.

Azure is also commonly used as a platform for hosting databases in the cloud. Microsoft offers serverless relational databases such as Azure SQL and non-relational databases such as NoSQL.

In addition, the platform is often used for backup and disaster recovery. Many organizations use Azure for archive storage to meet their requirements for long-term data retention or disaster recovery (DR).

Microsoft Azure course

Courses for Microsoft Azure are suitable for any end user, whether private or business. You choose which Azure training course you start with, or go further because of knowledge already acquired. Do you need advice about this? Then we are at your service via phone, chat and email.

For each online training course purchased, you have 1 year of access. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for up to 365 days. So you decide when and how long you learn for the training. Is the daytime not convenient? The evening and night are available to you. Even if you go on vacation for a few weeks, this is no problem and you simply pick it up again after your well-deserved vacation.

Learn all about Azure

The following Azure training courses will get you started right away.
Azure Roadmap:

Even more Azure training?

If you have already completed the above 4 training courses, we have 20+ more specialized Azure training courses available for you. Get your Azure certification online at your own pace through OEM!

History of Azure

Microsoft first unveiled its plans to introduce a cloud computing service called Windows Azure in 2008. Preview versions of the service became available and developed, leading to its commercial launch in early 2010. Although early versions of Azure cloud services lagged behind more established offerings - such as AWS - the portfolio continued to evolve, supporting a greater number of programming languages, frameworks and operating systems.

By early 2014, Microsoft had added and updated a large number of services, including Azure SQL, Windows Azure CTP, Windows Azure Connect, Traffic manager and HPC scheduler. Microsoft recognized that the implications of cloud computing extended far beyond Windows, and the service was renamed Microsoft Azure. In addition, Azure rolled out the first public previews of Machine Learning services.

In the following years, Azure introduced SONiC (a cross-platform Linux distribution), Azure ARM Portal (2015), Azure Service Fabric (2016), Azure Service Fabric Mesh (2018) and Azure IoT Central (2018). Today, Azure is considered a strong commercial competitor to other public cloud providers.

Why OEM Office Elearning Menu?

OEM Office Elearning Menu has years of experience in providing online courses and training. From Excel, Word and Outlook to high professional ICT training for Cisco, AWS, CompTIA and more. 

OEM is an official Microsoft Partner, CertiPort Partner and EC-Council Partner. With over 1000 courses from more than 200 brands, our offer is suitable for every PC user. Whether you are a first time PC user starting up Word for the first time, or an ICT professional wanting to know more about Data Security; OEM has the right course or training for you. Missing a training? Let us know and we will gladly look at the options together.

Each completed course provides you with an official certificate of participation. This is personal and specifically addressed to the student. Every Incompany training course automatically delivers a certificate of participation. For each E-learning course you need to have completed at least 70% of the practical assignments to receive a certificate of participation.

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We also have training courses for ICT professionals at OEM Office Elearning Menu. For example, you will learn to deal with databases, servers, learn programming or even become a certified ethical hacker. Learn everything online through E-learning, through course books, walk-in trainings or through Incompany trainings within the company you work for.

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