Level Up! Azure IaaS for IT Pros

Want to explore and build on your foundational cloud skills? Take a deep dive with Microsoft Azure experts! If you’re an IT Pro Implementer or if you’re preparing for Exam 70-533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions, be sure to check out these courses. Get technical insights and helpful tips from the pros who know!

Establish the Foundation: Core IaaS Infrastructure Technical Fundamentals

Join Mark Russinovich, Microsoft Chief Technology Officer, Azure, as he introduces this in-depth Azure training for IT Professionals. Get a good look at Azure IaaS virtual machines, inside and out. Learn to optimize your Windows Server workloads on Azure, and dig into IaaS architecture and management best practices.

Dive Deep into Networking, Storage, and Disaster Recovery Scenarios

Get the details on network, storage, and automation, as you continue the deep dive into the supporting technologies that light up Azure IaaS. Explore networking and hybrid connectivity to extend your datacenter, see why storage is the fundamental building block for all Azure services, and find out how new tools and capabilities simplify migration and disaster recovery.

Embrace Open Source Technologies to Accelerate and Scale Solutions

Focus on open source technologies on Azure. Engineers walk you through how to best deploy and manage a Linux environment with tools you know and use today. Learn how to use your existing Chef and Puppet configurations and how to scale new ones to massively scale and deploy your solution. Wrap the day with a look at the new capabilities of containerization with Docker.

Optimize Windows Workload Architecture and Administration Capabilities Within Azure

Move beyond traditional IaaS so you can focus on what’s important to the organization. Find out what workloads can be leveraged in the Cloud Platform as a Service, plus architect and build Azure Websites from existing traditional infrastructures. Explore how to use SQL databases on Azure to simplify your administrative complexities and how to deploy workloads like SharePoint correctly in Azure IaaS.