When trying to decide which public cloud to use, often a key decision point is cost. Understanding these costs and how to better leverage the services available to you is a post for another day. Today we're simply going to run through those services that are always free and highlight some great offers out there … Continue reading What can be used for free in Azure?
Microsoft recently made a change to the certification path to earn your Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate. Gone is the requirement to pass two exams, instead the content has been collated and a single new exam is now required. Here is what Microsoft have to say: This new exam combines the skills covered in AZ-100 … Continue reading AZ-103: Microsoft Azure Administrator Study Guide
A few weeks ago, I published the first part of this post, get to it here. In the first part, I wrote about the initial setup and config experience for creating and accessing Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD). Overall, I found the experience to be good, but at times, slightly basic. This is to be expected … Continue reading Windows Virtual Desktop – First Thoughts – Part 2
The first thing to note about this exam is that it is intended only for those who have previously sat and passed the 70-535: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions exam. So if you've passed that exam, read on! Next thing to note, this exam isn't here to stay. It's a transition exam to earn the more … Continue reading AZ-302: Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Certification Transition Study Guide
Last week, Microsoft released Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) to the public in preview. The service was first announced back at Ignite 2018. Microsoft describe the service as follows: Windows Virtual Desktop is a desktop and app virtualization service that runs on the cloud. Here’s what you can do when you run Windows Virtual Desktop on … Continue reading Windows Virtual Desktop – First Thoughts – Part 1