Today on the Full Stack Journey we head to the clouds–in particular, Microsoft Azure.
My guests are Dave Strebel, who works on Microsoft’s global black belt team focusing on open source software on Azure; and Sasha Rosenbaum, also an Azure global black belt who works on the infrastructure team.
Before we dive into specifics about Azure, we talk about emerging requirements for IT professionals to build competency in both software development and infrastructure operations, and how the cloud drives these requirements.
Then we look at how to get started in Azure; explore foundational services such as identity, networking, and storage; and review free and for-pay training materials.
We also look at how Azure differs from other public cloud services, debate the CLI vs. the user interface, and offer advice on how to move into more complex capabilities within the platform.
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DivineOps.net (Sasha Rosenbaum’s Web site)
DaveStrebel.com (Dave Strebel’s Web site)
Get started with Azure – Microsoft Azure
Free online courses – Microsoft Azure
Microsoft Azure Courses – Microsoft Virtual Academy
Microsoft Azure for AWS Experts – Microsoft
Azure for AWS Professionals – Microsoft Azure
Serverless computing in Azure with .NET (book) – Amazon (Sasha Rosenbaum)
Azure Architecture Center – Microsoft
Training to build expertise in Azure (Free Pluralsight course) – Microsoft Azure
Azure Hands-On-Labs – Microsoft Azure