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April 2017 Sponsor: Opsgility – The Global Leader in Azure Training

An extra special thanks goes to Opsgility for sponsoring Build Azure for the 2nd month in a row for month of April 2017!!

Opsgility is the global leader in Microsoft Azure cloud technology training for Developers, IT Professionals, and Architects. They are built around an esteemed network of industry experts and technical authors that includes Microsoft MVPs and Microsoft Insiders from all around the globe.

Opsgility provides Live, Instructor-led (both onsite and virtual) training courses as well as self-paced, online courses that go above and beyond simple videos or blog posts. Each course is designed to comprehensively guide the student through the subject by providing expert instructors, step-by-step hands-on labs, and knowledge measures to assess and ensure new skills are mastered.

Recently announced, Microsoft and Opsgility have partnered to offer 3-months free of their online, on-demand course service. This is a special offer that is part of the Microsoft Dev Essentials offering, and allows all members of Dev Essentials to unlock one of the most comprehensive video libraries of Microsoft Azure curriculum available. Upon registering, members will receive a 3-month individual membership plan to Opsgility.com. After the 3-month benefit, members will be eligible to upgrade to a full Opsgility membership plan for 25% off, which includes the ability to leverage videos, full lab guides, and more!

Interested in furthering your Azure cloud knowledge? With a full membership plan, you can access the entire Opsgility course catalog, including hands-on labs and course assessments. Does your team need access to Azure for development, testing, and learning purposes? Try out the Opsgility Cloud Sandbox!

Sponsors

March 2017 Sponsor: Opsgility

A special thanks goes to Opsgility for sponsoring Build Azure for the month of March 2017!!

Opsgility is the global leader in Microsoft Azure cloud technology training for Developers, IT Professionals, and Architects. They are built around an esteemed network of industry experts and technical authors that includes Microsoft MVPs and Microsoft Insiders from all around the globe.

Opsgility provides Live, Instructor-led (both onsite and virtual) training courses as well as self-paced, online courses that go above and beyond simple videos or blog posts. Each course is designed to comprehensively guide the student through the subject by providing expert instructors, step-by-step hands-on labs, and knowledge measures to assess and ensure new skills are mastered.

Recently announced, Microsoft and Opsgility have partnered to offer 3-months free of their online, on-demand course service. This is a special offer that is part of the Microsoft Dev Essentials offering, and allows all members of Dev Essentials to unlock one of the most comprehensive video libraries of Microsoft Azure curriculum available. Upon registering, members will receive a 3-month individual membership plan to Opsgility.com. After the 3-month benefit, members will be eligible to upgrade to a full Opsgility membership plan for 25% off, which includes the ability to leverage videos, full lab guides, and more!

Interested in furthering your Azure cloud knowledge? With a full membership plan, you can access the entire Opsgility course catalog, including hands-on labs and course assessments. Does your team need access to Azure for development, testing, and learning purposes? Try out the Opsgility Cloud Sandbox!

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2016: Build Azure Year in Review

BuildAzure_Logo2It’s been a year and a half since I first started BuildAzure.com. Starting from zero visitors and page views, the site has had tremendous growth over this time; both overall traffic and subscribers!. I haven’t written any “meta” posts about the site before, but in the theme of transparency I’ve decided to write up this “Year in Review” article. To summarize, Build Azure is currently getting nearly 40,000 page views per month, and 4,000+ subscribers across multiple mediums with 185 published articles.

My name is Chris Pietschmann, and am the person who’s been writing all these articles and I’d like to share a little “meta” information about the Build Azure site. I would also like to extend a huge “Thank You” to all who’ve been visiting and subscribing! It’s really amazing to see people finding so much value from the content on this site! Read More