David walks through a demonstration of creating an Azure storage account.
- [Instructor] One of the primary purposes … of an Azure subscription is to store our data, … our content in Azure. … All of the data that you will store in Azure initially … will go into a storage account, … storage account is a resource … that we create in Azure in order to organize our data. … Now, there are other services that are used also … for storing data such as an Azure SQL database … or Cosmos DB database … which allow you to have more database functionalities … to manage records and large amounts of data in Azure … but all organizations will have … at least an Azure storage account … to store their files in Azure. … So, let's go ahead and create an Azure storage account. … This will be the first resource that we create Azure … in this course, so we're going to click here … on the plus sign to create a resources. … Once we click on creating a resource, … we can either browse through and here I can click on Storage … and then browse to Storage Account … or I can use the search feature …
- Fundamentals of cloud computing
- Controlling Azure costs
- Managing Azure using Azure PowerShell
- Implementing and managing Azure web apps
- Creating and managing virtual machines in Azure
- Exploring Azure Active Directory (AD)
- Creating a virtual network
- Creating network gateways
Skill Level Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Security Conceptswith David Elfassy2h 9m Intermediate
Microsoft Azure: Networking Conceptswith David Elfassy1h 54m Intermediate
1. Getting Familiar with Microsoft Azure
2. Microsoft Azure Web Apps
3. Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines
4. Microsoft Azure Active Directory
5. Microsoft Azure Networking
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