Find out if Azure compatible with traditional software and data.
- [Instructor] Microsoft Azure…is basically the Microsoft platform…which is delivered as a service out of the cloud.…Couple of things we can assume that are important…is that Azure is second place behind AWS…so it's keeping up with the market…and probably growing beyond the growth of the market…but AWS is number one…with probably 80% share of the market.…Azure much less at number two…and way behind Azure would be Google and IBM.…If you're considering Azure…it's going to be the ability for it…to support your requirements…not necessarily enamored with its place in the market.…
However, it's respectable…and if there's a most improved award…to be given to a particular public cloud provider…Microsoft Azure got it.…As you would guess, it's best fit typically…for Microsoft shops moving to the cloud.…If I am a .NET developer…if I have existing Windows servers, NT servers…things like that, I've basically adopted…SQL server for my data center, my database.…I've gone Microsoft, and I've been there for years…then moving to Azure is going to be…
- Public cloud benefits
- Considering the costs
- Determining compatibility
- Assessing security and governance
- Reviewing Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Reviewing Microsoft Azure
- Reviewing Google Cloud Platform
- Reviewing IBM Softlayer
Skill Level Beginner
1. Public Cloud Basics
2. Public Cloud Platforms
3. Amazon Web Services
4. Microsoft Azure
5. Google Cloud Platform
6. IBM Softlayer
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