For a decade, Microsoft Azure has been transforming businesses across the globe. The cloud-computing service is leading the way in software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (Paas), and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) protocols.
In total, Microsoft offers over 600 Azure services, including virtual machines, app services, storage, mobile services, and data management. The Complete Microsoft Azure eBook & Video Course Bundle is your introduction to the vast world of Azure.
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Cloud services are used globally. A 494-page eBook guides you through the basics and industry practices using Azure Integration Services. Featuring numerous hands-on examples and use cases, you’ll be introduced to API Management and building B2B solutions.
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