A major concern of moving to cloud services is understanding and predicating the costs. This video helps you compare and contrast how to purchase Azure products and services and understand factors that can impact costs.
- [Instructor] A major consideration … of moving to cloud services is the cost. … By taking the time to plan your environment, … you can more closely predict and manage those costs. … And the first thing we need to look at … is the purchasing options for Azure. … There are three ways we can purchase Azure. … There's the web direct method, … in which the customer or company … can purchase directly from the Azure website. … This does require a credit card … and you will be billed monthly. … Next, we have the cloud solution provider, CSP method. … When we purchase Azure this way, … we actually purchase it from a CSP, … which is a Microsoft partner … that offers Azure solutions. … The billing is all handled through the CSP … and the CSP can help you build the solutions … as they have the experience and expertise … and they may offer that to you as part of their services. … And finally, there are enterprise agreements. … These are only available for large enterprises … and it requires signing a contract with Microsoft. …
- The new Azure exams and certifications
- The benefits of using cloud services
- Comparing public, private, and hybrid cloud models
- Core Azure services, including networking and storage
- Azure security features
- Planning and managing costs
- Various Azure support options
Skill Level Beginner
2. Cloud Concepts
3. Core Azure Services
4. Security, Privacy, Compliance, and Trust
Azure security: Networking3m 47s
5. Azure Pricing and Support
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