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Quick-start guide for Microsoft Azure.

Microsoft Azure is an incredibly versatile and powerful cloud service, but only if you know how to use it!  

Need to learn Azure fast? Microsoft Azure is a cloud service that can be used to for building, testing, and managing applications and services through a network of servers managed by Microsoft in various locations all over the world. When you understand how to use Azure, you unlock a world of computing power and possibilities. 

Get the most out of Azure simply by following the easy instructions fully explained inside this guide. It doesn’t matter if you have never used Azure before. This step-by-step guide gives you everything you need to know to do more with Azure than you ever thought possible! 

Fully up to date for 2018.

The world of cloud services is changing constantly, and yesterday’s instructions are useless today. Save yourself the headache and frustration of trying to use a guide that just doesn’t work anymore! Brand new for 2018, this guide shows you exactly what you need to do to get up and running on Microsoft Azure today! 

Here is a preview of what you will learn in this guide: 

  • Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) 
  • Platform as a service (PaaS) 
  • Software as a service (SaaS) 
  • Public, private, and hybrid clouds
  • Cloud computing and security issues
  • The importance of geopolitics in cloud computing
  • Overview of available Azure services
  • Development with Azure
  • Mobile services in Azure
  • Azure storage services
  • Data-management functions in Azure
  • Messaging functions on Microsoft Azure
  • Media services in Azure
  • Azure's content-delivery network
  • Developer tools in Azure
  • Application management with Azure
  • Machine learning capabilities in Azure
  • Azure and the Internet of things (IoT) 
  • Design of Microsoft Azure
  • Privacy and Microsoft Azure
  • Creating a Windows virtual machine
  • Creating a Linux virtual machine
  • And so much more! 

If you aren’t a tech-savvy person, have no fear! With this guide in your hands, that will not be a barrier for you any longer. Learn Microsoft Azure quickly and easily when you grab this guide now!

©2018 Kennan Bismar (P)2018 Kennan Bismar

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Complete waste of time

It was quiet a waste of time. One should be paid to read this book. After few chapters, this book does not appear to have much to do with Azure. Needless to say I stopped listening after few chapters. Probably this book was relevant few years back. I want to negative stars if possible.

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Not worth your time at all

The first half of the book is way too general to the point that it won’t matter unless you’re a lawyer for a Fortune 50 company. The second half is way too narrow and specific, it’s basically just reading the first couple pages of documentation. It failed to give the reader either deep specific knowledge or cohesive general insight into Azure. Also the reader apparently is not familiar with the industry and reads every character literally rather than speaking code and commands naturally.

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One of the best Book

I could easily learn Azure thanks to insightful from this book. Any doubts that I had was promptly clarified by the support team. Keep it up! I liked the way the explained Azure concepts and simplified it to help us learn and grasp all the aspects of Azure administration.

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Great Book

This book are really very amazing to listen, which is very informative about Azure. I am very gratitude to have this book. I am following this book all of the instruction overall great. This book some tips and ideas are really very helped me. If you want to know about this things, then i think this book will be best for you. I exceedingly suggest this book for everyone......!!!

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Amazing Book

This is a great book for anyone wanting an overview of azure with some real world scenarios and design patterns. The content of this book is extremely superficial. All of this information is one google search away. The author well organize and quality information share in this book. Highly recommend this book. Thanks for author.

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Good First Look at Azure

An excellent beginners book on Microsoft Azure. This book highlights the important topics that probably will be covered on the exam. This book shows you the way to urge started with Azure that is that the best cloud providing out there straight away. I've tried Google's and AWS and though there's a learning curve to Azure this book makes it really easy that I might arise and running in no time.

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Well organize

It encourages clients to choose which administrations they need. This is an extraordinary book for anybody needing an outline of sky blue with some certifiable situations and configuration designs. The substance of this book is very shallow. The majority of this data is one google search away. Profoundly suggest this book. In the event that you are new to Azure and need a review of the stage or on the off chance that you need assistance with explicit highlights, this book will help.

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Definitely a must-have book.

This book is a really good book about Microsoft Azure. It had a mostly good point all the components of Azure. After reading this book I have understood what Azure by Microsoft actually is. Definitely a must-have book.

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This is an elegantly composed book.

This is an elegantly composed book. It is anything but difficult to take after notwithstanding for individuals with little involvement with Azure. I like that accepted procedures are said wherever accessible, so I don't need to go Google them. Specialized books don't stray from the specialized talk, so I thought that it was reviving to locate an entire part on cost administration.

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This book is very helpful to learn about Azure!

This book is very helpful to learn about Microsoft Azure. It provides everything we need to know about the topic. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested.

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ever wanted a text-to-speech rendition of JSON?

Some good information in there, but listening to a robot read out bash scripts and JSON output is just plain boring and confusing.