Microsoft Azure

Proficiency in cloud-based computing is a foundational skill for the modern economy. Master the basics of Microsoft Azure’s versatile cloud platform and benefit from its many applications.

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In the digital economy, few skills are as sought-after as proficiency in cloud-based computing. TALENT’s Azure Fundamentals certification builds upon a foundational knowledge of cloud services by providing candidates with an industry-ready grasp of Microsoft Azure’s versatile cloud platform and its many applications.

Microcredentials: a big amount of learning in a small amount of time

Microsoft Azure Fundamentals

Proficiency in cloud-based computing is a foundational skill for the modern economy. Master the basics of Microsoft Azure’s versatile cloud platform and benefit from its many applications.
Includes Digital Badge; 8-10 hours required over 3 days.

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