Chris Reddington Deepthi Goguri

Scheduled for Fri, Dec 3, 2021

Are you interested in learning Azure but do not know from where to start? Then, this Azure fundamental session is the one you are looking for! You will be learning what is Azure IaaS and PaaS. You will learn in this step by step process demo how to create your first database in Azure, create new tables and work with tables using your local machine management studio. This session will help you in getting you started with your Azure Journey!

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