how can i start learning Azure from scratch
@ahmeddawoud-2424, I would suggest start with some video tutorials present on one of the learning platforms like:
You can also try out this book: https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/exam-ref-az-103/9780135466551/
Or take a look at ways to prepare at the bottom of this link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/exams/az-104
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Start with Azure fundamentals learning course on Microsoft Learn and go through videos on YouTube, Udemy etc.
Do plan for certification as well if your org provides voucher.
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Please open the below link here it has mentioned every possible resource which is required to start Azure learning from scratch. I followed this and I was able to pass my AZ-900 Azure fundamental exam in first attempt.
Here you go!!
An apt one for beginners ( azure academy)
Also utilize this free exam voucher eligibility
Starting from basic/scratch is always good thing.
You can refer Microsoft's official learning pathway under Microsoft Learn and can take Microsoft Azure Fundamentals
You can start with "Azure Fundamentals" learning path if you want to learn from 0, but takes some time to pass all modules (don't worry, it's not difficult), or you can try only couples of modules, such as: "Create an Azure account" or "Core Cloud Services - Introduction to Azure" if you just want to "have a flavour" about what Azure cloud is / cloud computing is and if you want to learn details about all this.
Click HERE if you want to access "Azure Fundamentals" learning path.
Click HERE if you want to try the module named "Create an Azure account". It is first step in everything.
Click HERE if you want to try the module named "Core Cloud Services - Introduction to Azure". If you are a developer, have already some information about all this and want to jump direct to Cloud Services.
hey i suggest you start with Azure Fundamentals learning path its start from scratch so u gotta know everything here is the link
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