Intro to Azure for the SharePoint Developer

English Introductory and overview Migration

Bewildered by the possibilities in the Microsoft Cloud when it comes to SharePoint? You're not alone. The Microsoft Cloud brings a huge range of opportunities for how you can leverage Azure with SharePoint. In this workshop, you will learn how Microsoft Azure fits into your Office 365 and SharePoint world. From understanding the Azure-based deployment options for SharePoint on-premises to discovering how Azure brings a range of functionality to Office 365, this workshop will walk you through the opportunities that exist to help you get the very best out of the platform. Topics covered will include: - An Overview of Cloud Computing and how Azure and Office 365 relates - Deploying SharePoint on premises to Azure - Quickly standing up multiple versions of SharePoint in Azure using Azure templates


David E Patrick

Microsoft Certified Trainer, Developer and Administrator Subject Matter Expert at DSA, Inc. specializing in SharePoint, ASP.NET, C#, SQL Server and Azure

David has been developing database applications since 1990. A Microsoft Certified Trainer since 2001, he has taught many classes from "Intro to Visual Interdev" to "Advanced SharePoint Development". Dave runs three user groups, MAD SharePoint,, the Mid Atlantic Cybersecurity Experts MeetUp,, and the Baltimore Cloud Meetup,

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