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Get up to speed with one of the fastest-growing cloud technologies on the planet.
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The Microsoft Cloud is growing fast, and Microsoft Azure is a significant reason why. Azure is a broad set of cloud-based computing services that support anyone who wants to build an app or run a web-based enterprise without installing or managing hardware or server software. It's a highly scalable solution for all kinds of businesses and continues to cut into the market share of Amazon's AWS.

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As you progress, you'll get familiar with Azure architecture technologies, learn how to design cloud solutions, and much more. Eventually, you'll master cloud automation with Azure PowerShell, understand Azure Storage concepts, and start working with Azure Blobs, File, and File Sync to solve real-world problems. All of these courses will get you up to speed with various aspects of Azure and teach you how to administer cloud solutions in an enterprise environment.

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