A Curated List of Azure Resources. The list provides you with enough resources to get a full overvie...
This library provides resources to learn Azure and other Microsoft services. There is not one specific focus of the repository as Azure offers a large variety of services. The remaining files in the repo are Powershell files that allow you to perform actions on Azure. The main file azure-powershell.ps1 contains all the Powershell commands. In the Powershell-areas folder you will be able to find all the individual areas on Azure such as Machine Learning etc.
The repo starts with a few resources to get started with Azure in general. Then it moves onto all the resources in their respective areas. The resources includes both courses, videos, articles, guides etc. Every area has their own folder to make it easier to dive straight into the area you want to know more about. These folders similarly contains all the Powershell commands in the area. I have included a Powershell file with all the commands, which you can find here:
Azure can be quite intimidating because of the vast amount of services and options. Therefore it would make sense to choose a specific learning path in order to learn how Azure can be used within the area you work in. I would recommend everone getting started with Azure to take the Azure Fundamentals course. This course provides a great introduction to all the various services. After this course you will have a better understanding of the Azure Ecosystem and you can dive into the specific area you are going to be working within.
These are completely free and even provides a completion certification if you pass the exam. Because the courses frequently change, I have only created a link to the course collection. You can find the individual courses on this page. * All Courses * Azure Fundamentals * Databases in Azure * DevOps Testing * Azure Security and Compliance * Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment * Azure Application Deployment and Management * Microsoft Azure App Service * Automating Azure Workloads * Managing Azure Workloads * Microsoft Azure for AWS Experts * Microsoft Azure Storage * Microsoft Azure Identity * Microsoft Azure Virtual Networks * Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines * Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions * Securing Data in Azure SQL Server * Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions * Provisioning SQL Server and Azure SQL Databases * Introduction to DevOps Practices * Developing NoSQL Solutions in Azure * Processing Big Data with Azure Data Lake Analytics * Processing Real-Time Data Streams in Azure * Orchestrating Big Data with Azure Data Factory * Delivering a Data Warehouse in the Cloud * Implementing Predictive Analytics with Spark in Azure HDInsight * Implementing Real-Time Analytics with Hadoop in Azure HDInsight * Processing Big Data with Hadoop in Azure HDInsight * Application Monitoring and Feedback Loops * Infrastructure as Code * Migrating Workloads to Azure
This is just a small list of the avaialble videos on MVA. The various subject directories includes the full list of videos available related to the subject.
Generally, Microsoft's free courses provide an exceptional chance to get to know the various concepts in Azure. However, if you want to move beyond some of the basic and get more hands-on experience, these courses can help you. They are also good training for acquiring certificates.
These guides/ebooks are completely free and will provide a good starting point. * Understanding Azure - A Guide for Developers * Data Science in the Cloud with Microsoft Azure Machine Learning and R * Microsoft Azure Essentials: Fundamentals of Azure, 2nd Edition * Building Cloud Apps with Microsoft Azure * Migrating SQL Server Databases to Azure * Microsoft Azure HDInsight - Technical Overview * Microsoft Azure Essentials Azure Machine Learning * Microsoft Azure Essentials Azure Automation * Microsoft Azure Essentials Azure Web Apps for Developers * The Business Value and TCO Advantage of Apache Hadoop in the Cloud with Microsoft Azure HDInsight * Cloud Driving Next Generation IT Skills
Find all the PowerShell modules you need. In order to get started with PowerShell, consider visiting this page: Get started with Azure PowerShell cmdlets. The gallery below provides the full list of modules. * PowerShell Gallery
These are a selection of some of the more popular PowerShell modules. * AzureRM.profile * Azure.Storage * AzureRM.ApiManagement * AzureRM.Compute * AzureRM.Cdn * AzureRM.DataLakeStore * AzureRM.HDInsight * AzureRM.KeyVault * AzureRM.OperationalInsights * AzureRM.RedisCache * AzureRM.Resources
When you have learned all the fundamentals in Azure you can move on to the paid certificates.
Additional documentation from Microsoft will be included in the folders for the specific areas.
Microsoft offers a programme that allow startups to get up to $120k of free Azure cloud credits. You can read more here: * BizSpark
This project was created to keep a centralized place for all the resources I needed to become proficient in Azure. Feel free to suggest or add other resources that might be relevant or let me know if some of the resources are unavailable.
You can read more on contributing in the contributing.md file.
The repository will be updated with regular intervals.
See the explanation of the MIT License here..