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Master Microsoft Azure With This In-Depth Training Bundle For Over 90% Off - Deal Alert

PCWorld

There are a myriad of cloud computing tools out there, but when it comes to mastering one that pays the bills, you'd be hard-pressed to find a tool more profitable than Microsoft Azure. In fact, salary survey sites report that Azure architects earn in the $130,000-$170,000 range. So, if you want to advance to a higher pay-grade, learning Azure is a smart move, and the Microsoft Azure Mastery Bundle can help you with 27 hours of training.


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If you're like most, security is at the forefront of your mind for your organization. You need the right tools and the right team to keep up with the balance of increasing number of sophisticated threats and with security teams being inundated with requests and alerts. Today I'd like to tell you about Microsoft's reimagined SIEM tool Azure Sentinel. Over the past 10 to 15 years, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) has become extremely popular as an aggregation solution for security and events that happen in our network. There are also software tools, hardware appliances and managed service providers that can help support your corporate needs to better understand the level of risks in real-time and over a span of time.


BMW connects customers through Azure cloud

USATODAY - Tech Top Stories

BMW unveiled a new connected car app at Microsoft Build this week. The app is powered by Microsoft's Azure cloud service. SAN FRANCISCO -- The connected car just got a little bit smarter. Drivers of late model BMWs can now get smartphone and Apple Watch alerts to leave early due to traffic or walking directions to a destination after they've parked their cars thanks to a new app powered by Microsoft's Azure cloud. BMW and Microsoft announced the new BMW Connected service Thursday at Build, Microsoft's annual developers conference.


Microsoft releases its first Linux product

ZDNet

After testing the waters for years, Microsoft has launched its first service, Azure Cloud Switch, that's based on Linux. Microsoft has released a product containing its own Linux kernel: Azure Sphere. Azure Sphere is a software and hardware stack designed to secure edge devices. It includes microcontrollers, "Azure Sphere Security Service" and, the really interesting component, the Linux-based Azure Sphere operating system. Microsoft made no bones about it.


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