Microsoft Azure, 2nd Ed ( For Dummies)
Monday, 16 January 2023

Covering first steps into the world of Azure and the core services, this book is a guide for users who are new to the platform. Jack Hyman covers the essentials including building a virtual network on Azure, launching and scaling applications, migrating existing services, and keeping everything secure. Updated to included expanded information on data resources, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and collaboration,this 2nd Edition provides an entry-level, comprehensive guide that provides a simple-to-understand primer on core Azure services.



Author: Jack Hyman
Publisher: For Dummies
Date: January 2023
Pages: 416
ISBN: 978-1119898061
Print: 1119898064
Kindle: B0BNWG1HYK

Audience: People wanting to use Azure
Level: Introductory
Category: Cloud Computing



  • Grasping cloud computing basics
  • Subscribing to Azure and keeping your tools current
  • Designing and deploying virtual machines and networks
  • Using Docker with Azure
  • Applying data management and analytics
  • Collaborating in Azure


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