Firm Launches Free Online Microsoft Azure Training

Firm Launches Free Online Microsoft Azure Training

Catapult’s Azure Virtual Bootcamp will train users on application development, Infrastructure as a Service and Platform as a Service.

Tech services provider Catapult today launched a free webinar series that provides in-depth, on-demand training on various aspects of Microsoft Azure.

The Azure Virtual Bootcamp is designed to build participants’ understanding of application development, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS).

Those who take a course at pace receive links for one to three weekly videos – ranging from five to 30 minutes in length – for seven weeks.

“We're very excited to see that the Azure Virtual Bootcamp has been met with so much enthusiasm and interest,” Catapult CTO Apollo Gonzalez said in a statement. “After hosting an in-person Azure Bootcamp in multiple cities across the United States, it became clear that the IT community had a need for more Azure training.”

The courses are led by Catapult Cloud Solution architects Mick Monk and Alonso Robles, who have extensive experience using Azure with private- and public-sector clients, the company said.

The videos each build upon skills learned in previous weeks.

“Hundreds of participants will follow a journey in the Azure cloud that touches: Azure virtual machines, backup and disaster recovery, hybrid cloud enabling scenarios, integration, SQL and Azure, cloud application development, Azure networking, and more,” the company statement said.

Participants who completed the 7-week training will receive certificates for successful completion.

Catapult – named 2016 Microsoft Partner of the Year for the U.S. – maintains offices in Austin, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio, Tampa and Washington, D.C.

For full information on the webinar series or to sign up, visit Catapult’s Azure Virtual Bootcamp website.


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