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This course provides advanced knowledge and deploying and managing containerized workloads in Microsoft Azure and why they are important. It is intended for people who are already experienced with Cloud IaaS and PaaS services and have some knowledge experience with Microsoft Azure.
The course contains three modules
- Module 1: Containers
- Module 2: Azure Container service
- Module 3: Service Fabric
Learn about containers, what they are, how to work with them and why they are important for modern cloud based application workloads. Learn about container clustering and orchestration with Azure Container Service and how to deploy and manage containerized workloads at scale and with agility. Learn about how to deploy and manage application services with Service Fabric to provide greater agility and scale with your application workloads.
- This course is intended for people who are already experienced with cloud IaaS and PaaS services, be that with Microsoft or an alternative cloud provider.
- Knowledge or experience with Microsoft Azure would be beneficial but is not essential.
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