Free Azure training webinars, online courses and IT camps
Over the past few months, a number of amazing free Azure training resources have been made available by Microsoft. With Microsoft’s latest product releases being so focussed on the Cloud, now is the perfect time to expand your Azure and Cloud skills. The below article will provide you with several great ways you can accomplish this for free.
Free Azure webinars
If you want to learn more about Azure, Microsoft’s series of monthly free webinars are a great resource for IT professionals of all levels of experience.
These webinars cover a wide array of topics and if you miss one of them, you can watch the recording on demand afterwards. Several interesting videos are already available on this page so we recommend that you go take a look and keep an eye out for new content.
Free Azure training
As part of their efforts to make Azure training easily available for their partners and customers, Microsoft have released a few great Azure and Cloud training resources and platforms.
On the Microsoft Learning website, you will be able to find several free Microsoft Azure online training courses. And if you’d like to get certified, exam vouchers are currently available to enable you to achieve this at a drastically reduced price. All the information about the Microsoft Learning free Azure courses is available here.
The edX website also offers a number of free online Microsoft self-paced courses across a variety of topics.
On Partner Upskill, you will be able to find technical or commercial courses aimed at consultants and partners, which cover not only Azure, but also Office 365.
Finally the Microsoft TechNet UK blog will provide you with a wealth of information about Azure, but also Bots, IoT, Office 365, Power BI, SQL, Visual Studio and more.
Innovate IT camps in the UK
Microsoft’s Innovate IT camps are free events to learn about Windows Server 2016 and how to develop a Hybrid solution with Azure. These workshops last two days and are currently scheduled in various areas in the UK.
The camps which are currently on the agenda are all fully booked already, however, you can request to be put on the waiting list – or keep an eye out for the new dates which will be added in the future.