Learn Advanced Microsoft Azure Services from a certified, experienced Azure Architect.
(See what students of my Azure course are saying about it later on this page)
Microsoft Azure is one of the most popular public clouds in the industry, and it gets bigger and bigger by the day. Thousands of organizations, from all sizes and shapes, are moving to the cloud, and being able to work with it is one of the most important skills for every developer, architect, or IT admin.
Getting familiar with Azure is really important, but that’s often not enough.
Even if you master the basics (VMs, networking, app services, databases etc.) – well, these are just a fraction of the services Azure has to offer.
There are hundreds of services in Azure, and you should be familiar with as many as possible on order to really take advantage of the cloud.
And this course does just that – it covers four of the advanced Azure services, which can make your life as an architect and developer much easier.
These services are:
– IOT Hub
– API Management
– Notification Hub
– Cognitive Services
These services are extremely useful, and quite easy to use, and I’m sure you’ll use them in your cloud apps after you’ll learn about them in this course.
Now, I really wanted to make sure that this course is the best Azure Services course out there, and so I decided to make it a little bit different.
Instead of going through the various features of the Azure services and just talking about each one of them – this course takes a different approach.
This course is the most practical course about Azure services out there.
Yes, we’re going to discuss the services, but then we’ll actually work with them.
We’ll create them, configure them, use them, integrate them in a working app, code them, and so much more.
After completing the course, you’ll be a real expert in these services!
There is no other course like this!
This is the only Azure course that takes you step-by-step through these advanced services in such a thorough and practical way. After completing it – you can definitely call yourself an expert in these services.
But that’s not all…
At the end of this course, we’re going to go through a full blown case study. This case study, of a fictional app named MySceneries, will use all the services we’ve learned about in this course, and then some, to design a modern, sophisticated and efficient cloud architecture.
By the end of the case study, you can download the complete architecture diagram and cost estimation, and use them as a template for your future projects.
What do my students have to say about my Azure courses?
“This is the best Azure course I have encountered on Udemy or anywhere. And I say this after buying 8 different Udemy Azure before” – Arbaaz
“One of the best Azure classes in the world” – Kkvi1357
“One of the best courses I’ve done at Udemy – top among maybe 50-100″ – Russ
“Memi is a true architect willing to get his hands dirty!” – Kevon
“Excellent” – Ashwani
“Highly recommended” – Shashank
“I am loving it <3 the best part is the project based learning !” – Juhi
“The best course I have taken on Udemy” – Eslam
And lots more…
Who is this course for?
Note: This is not a beginner course!
You’re expected to have familiarity with Azure, especially with networking, app services, Function Apps, Cosmos DB and Storage accounts.
You don’t have to be a full-blown expert, but note that this course builds on previous knowledge.
I’ve been working on Azure for more than 9 years, spanning dozens of customers from various fields – Fortune 100 enterprises, start-ups, govt. entities, defense, telco, banking, and lots more.
In addition, I am a certified Azure Solutions Architect Expert.
I’ve been in the software industry for more than 20 years, and a Software Architect for more than 17 years, working with a variety of clients.
I’m an avid speaker and trainer, having trained thousands of students in various courses.
I love what I do, and my greatest passion (well, besides my family…) is designing modern, practical, and reliable cloud systems for my clients, using the best possible architecture patterns and services.