We deploy the real environment, you take the scenario-based labs on us. Hands-on, from anywhere, at any time.
This course provides a basic introduction to the concept of DevOps. It seeks to give the student a working knowledge of what DevOps is and how it impacts IT in the real world. This course explains the culture of DevOps as well as some of the main practices and tools associated with DevOps. It also introduces the student to the close relationship between DevOps and the cloud.
Serverless Concepts will teach you the basics of this hot new technology. You'll learn about what constitutes a serverless application. You'll watch how-to videos that show off services like AWS Lambda, Google Firebase, and more. You'll be able to review note cards to remember key elements from the sessions. Finally, connect with us in the community and share how you're adopting this technology and your experiences.
Cloud services have redefined the IT world. The major players in IaaS (Infrastructure as a service) have emerged as Amazon, Microsoft and Google.
These three cloud services share many features, but they also each possess their own strengths. Our course will cover the basic concepts you need to learn to have a frame of reference to build your knowledge of Azure.
In this course we will cover the basics of cloud services, the core components of the Azure flavor of cloud, and a few basic examples of how companies are using Azure today.
By the end of the course you will be able to name the core services offered by Azure, explain why companies commonly choose to use cloud services, and why companies specifically decide to use Azure.
If you find you don't quite understand something, that's okay. These skills take years to build, for now you only need to be familar with the sound of these new words and their basic concepts.
Congratulations on starting down a new path. These cloud services form the backbone of the way our information dependent world works. Even if your interest in the subject is passing you should find the knowledge gained here valuable. And it will give you insight into how much goes into giving users information on-demand.
Download the Interactive Diagram here: https://interactive.linuxacademy.com/diagrams/AzureConcepts.html
This course covers the fundamentals of cloud migrations. The student is guided through lessons covering legacy infrastructure and applications architectures, as well as advanced cloud computing architectures. This course provides best-practice for governance and frameworks for accelerating the adoption of public, private and hybrid cloud.
Download Interactive Diagram here: https://interactive.linuxacademy.com/diagrams/CloudMigrationsFundamentals.html
Linux Academy has many innovative tools and services, like your own cloud lab, that cannot be found anywhere else. The robust offering we have developed, which is focused around student success, and how to use that offering can be found here within this course. Anybody looking to maximize their learning and the maximize the value they receive from a Linux Academy membership should go through this course.
Linux Academy provides more content, hands-on labs, your own cloud lab, and more value per dollar than any other training provider.
This course is a replacement for the older "Introduction To Linux Academy" course.
In this course, you will develop the skills that you need to write effective and powerful scripts and tools using Python. We will go through the necessary features of the Python language to be able to leverage its additional benefits in writing scripts and creating command line tools (data types, loops, conditionals, functions, error handling, and more). Beyond the language itself, you will go through the full development process including project set up, planning, and automated testing to build two different command line tools.
This course begins with explaining the need of Machine Learning and how it originated from Aritificial Intelligence and gave rise to deep learning. We explain important concepts in ML including categories of algorithms, statistical and computer science terms used in model creation, feature engineering, overfitting, generalization, underfitting and cross validation. We also dive into the topic of data science and discuss why ML is an important part of data science.
The course then provides hands on training on Azure Machine Learning, giving a tour of ML Studio, its various features and the concept of an experiment. We demonstrate the process of creating ML experiments and create predictive models to predice automobile prices and generate recommendations for movies.
The exercises in this course allow the student to get familiar with Azure Machine Leaning and gain confidence in exploring the tool further.
This course is designed to help you learn and develop the requisite skills to pass the Microsoft Azure AZ-100 certification exam. The AZ-100 exam tests your knowledge in creating, configuring, and managing resources in the Azure Cloud, including but not limited to: managing Azure subscriptions, creating and managing alerts, configuring resource policies and alerts, creating and configuring Storage Accounts, deploying and managing virtual machines, creating and configuring VNET peering and DNS, managing AD Identity protection and objects, along with a lot more!
Find the Interactive Diagram for the course—The Book of Nephele—here: https://interactive.linuxacademy.com/diagrams/TheBookofNephele.html
This course exists to enable you to gain the skills required to pass the AZ-203: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam which will then earn you the Microsoft Certified Developer Associate certification.
This exam measures your knowledge and hands on experience working with Azure technologies including but not limited to:
Candidates for this exam are Azure Developers who design and build cloud solutions such as applications and services. They participate in all phases of development, from solution design, to development and deployment, to testing and maintenance. They should be proficient in developing apps and services by using Azure tools and technologies, including storage, security, compute, and communications. Candidates must have at least one year of experience developing scalable solutions through all phases of software development and be skilled in at least one cloud-supported programming language.
As a student in this course, you will need to bring along your enthusiasm and desire to learn. You have the best chance of being successful if you:
Topics are presented by first introducing the exam objectives that will be covered in the lesson and skills measured on the exam. This will be followed by one or more lessons to demonstrate the assessed skills, with demonstrations of "how" and often "why". To close each section / topic, I will give you some exam tips and references. Note that these videos are opinionated in that they represent the experience of myself (combined with input from others) in taking the exam. The exam MAY, and CAN, ask other questions on topics not in the course as of yet, or may never be as they are too fringe and sparse for coverage. Therefore, make sure to study the references I give as additional answers are found on those references. I'll try and point them all out, but it is a moving target, and I'll update as thigns are identified.
Now for a few logistical items...
The source code for the course is available at: https://github.com/linuxacademy/content-az203-files
The interactive diagram for the course is available at: https://github.com/linuxacademy/content-az203-files
An Azure account will be needed to work with Azure, or you can use the Linux Acedemy labs in the course which provide a free playground for working with Azure.
If you want to work with this code, you will need a few tools:
You do not have to work with any of the code in the lessons to be successful at the exam, but it is highly recommended. It's best to do the things with your hands, and use the labs and get yourself a free Azure account if you desire.
FYI, I do all my lessons on Linux (Ubuntu 18.04) using .Net Core 2.2, Powershell 6.1 and Azure CLI 2.0, and as an editor Visual Studio Code. This set of tools is portable to all of the platforms - Windows, Mac and Linux.
Other useful tools to help you with the course and working with Azure:
Finally, enjoy the course, learning about developing for Azure, and with taking the exam!
Ever wonder if there was a tool that was powerful enough to handle cross-platform administration while allowing advanced customization? Introducing PowerShell Core!
We are excited to bring our members a course on PowerShell Core for Linux. With the proliferation of open-source solutions and direction changes at Microsoft, a decision was made to open-source the .NetCore platform. With the assitance of this move, Microsoft also released an open-source version of PowerShell to allow cross platform administration and advanced shell functionality. With this powerful tool, an administrator can work in multiple environments be it in the Cloud or on-premise while using a tool that is now a unified cross-platform experience.
Join Me, while I go over the core usage of the platform while covering advanced topics like scripting and cloud integration!
This course is designed to help you master the requisite skills required for the Microsoft Azure AZ-300 certification exam.
The AZ-300 exam is an expert level exam which tests candidates for advanced knowledge and experience working with various aspects of Microsoft Azure.
Throughout this course you will progressively build and expand upon both your knowledge, and hands-on experience working with Azure technologies including, but not limited to: infrastructure and operations, advanced and automated infrastructure, identity and security, hybrid cloud, and developing apps and services for the cloud.
Find the Interactive Diagram for this course - The Blushift Guide - here: https://interactive.linuxacademy.com/diagrams/TheBlueShiftGuide.html