Azure finally catches up with AWS and GCP by offering a burstable VM option.
The one remaining benefit of the mololith/n-tier architecture -- statefulness -- is soon to become a thing of the past.
We're so excited to announce the release of two brand new courses this week! Doug V refreshed Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Exam 70-533 course to keep you updated in the latest 70-533 exam objectives, and Matt U launched the new Google Certified Professional - Cloud Architect - Part 1 course for those of you interested in taking the Google Cloud Architect certification exam!
Our team has been working hard to give you the latest course information – we just refreshed a Linux course and added two new ones, one in OpenStack and another in Linux! Take a look below:
Here at Linux Academy, we create course content day-in and day-out, but that isn't all we do! We are genuinely passionate about our students and want all of them to succeed! While our Course Authors do work very hard to provide students with updated, quality content, they are also available for when students have questions. In fact, we've created a community where you can interact with other fellow students, which continues to grow with each passing day. Part of the reason why we love what we do here is being able to meet and interact with all of our students (current or future!), especially face-to-face.Recently, the Linux Academy team went to Interop ITX in Vegas and got to meet many students, here are some highlights:
How do you get Azure certified? What order should you take the Azure certification exams? Let's answer those questions!
We’ve added a new feature to Quick Training and Labs. You can now bookmark your favorite Quick Training content, as well as any labs you plan to take. To start bookmarking content, go to Quick Training or Labs in the navigation bar, once you’re signed in. Then select the bookmark symbol to the right of the content to add the course, lab or post to your bookmarks.
Microsoft continues to deliver on their promise to embrace open source. With dozens of officially supported Linux distributions and open source services available on their Azure platform, anyone can deploy workloads to their cloud platform regardless of the operating system of choice. Today, we are going to show you how to set up the Microsoft Azure CLI and use it to launch a virtual machine in the cloud.
You can now have access to all our video courses, flash cards, and community features free for 7 days when you sign up for a Linux Academy account. Here's just a few of the features you can start using: