New Course: Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals (DP-900)

This 64-video intermediate training by SPOTO trainer Ben Finkel teaches cloud administrators how to use Microsoft Azure data services to manage cloud-based data in different workloads.
This Azure training video is now available.
Microsoft Azure is a collection of Microsoft cloud computing products that allow companies to build, test and deploy applications and services that are based on data. An organization must have trained cloud administrators who are familiar with data and the tools to manipulate it in order to maximize its data use.
This Data Fundamentals training will prepare you for Microsoft’s Azure Data Fundamentals Certification by explaining relational and unrelational data, different data workloads, and the core concepts behind data in the cloud.
This 10-part series focuses on topics such as naming, understanding, and working with digitized data.
You can watch a video from the series here:

This series includes the following skills:
Describe Types Of Core Data Workloads
Describe Relational Azure Data Services
Workloads for describing relational data
Describe Data Analytics Core Concepts
Identify the Basic Management Tasks for Relational Database Data
Structured Query Language (SQL), Introduction
Describe Non-Relational Data Workloads
Identify basic management tasks for non-relational data
Analyze a Basic script
Azure Big Data Components

This training covers the following topics:
Relational Data vs. NoSQL
An Intro to SQL
Deploying Azure SQL Database
Azure Storage Blobs, Files and Disks
With Update and Delete, you can modify and remove data

This training includes:
Training for 8 hours
64 videos

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