Microsoft Azure, often referred to as Azure, is a cloud computing platform operated by Microsoft that provides access, management, and development of applications and services via around the world-distributed data centers.
Cloud-native apps represent a modern approach to app development, where software systems are designed with cloud scale and capabilities in mind. Cloud-native apps build on open source technologies where feasible, with a focus on architectural modularity
Explore the service options for deploying Java applications to Azure, and choose the one that best addresses your team’s needs.
Learn how to translate your existing SQL Server expertise to Azure SQL including Azure SQL Database and Azure SQL managed instance. After completing this learning path, you will have a foundational knowledge of what to use when, as well as how to configure, secure, monitor, and troubleshoot Azure SQL.
Use Visual Studio Code and Azure Functions to rapidly create a serverless API, implement a RESTful architecture and safely store secure information like connection strings.
Learn how hybrid transactional / analytical processing (HTAP) can help you perform operational analytics with Azure Synapse Analytics.
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This comprehensive learning path reviews deployment and management of Linux on Azure. Learn about cloud computing concepts, Linux IaaS and PaaS solutions and benefits and Azure cloud services. Discover how to migrate and extend your Linux-based workloads on Azure with improved scalability, security, and privacy.
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