Gone are the days where you needed dedicated hardware for servers to host an online business. Now, everything is hosted on the cloud. Microsoft already has a huge share in the operating system market, and according to a recent report, it is also gaining ground as a cloud service provider with Microsoft Azure having an 18 percent market share and still increasing as it’s server products and services rose by around 30 percent in the final quarter of 2019
Also, with Microsoft boasting of having more than 1400 large companies as their customers, which also covers almost 66 percent of Fortune 500 companies, it has become a highly in-demand skill for companies looking to hire. So, if you are a developer looking for a job in dream companies like eBay, Samsung, BMW, and Microsoft itself, chances are that Azure is the tool that you will need to understand their tech stack. With easy scalability, a number of services, the support of industry leaders like Microsoft, and an essay learning curve, Azure is a great choice as the cloud computing platform for your next endeavour. But, we all know that keeping up with the ever-evolving tech world is a hard task. Simplilearn's Microsoft Azure Basics Guide will introduce you to the overview of Azure and help you understand the fundamentals, industry applications, trends and key terminologies of this trending cloud service.