In this session, you will learn foundational knowledge of core data concepts & how it is implemented using Microsoft Azure data services. You will see • What are core data concepts? • What are the types of core data workloads? • What are relational Azure services? • Compare PaaS, IaaS, and SaaS solutions • Describe Azure SQL family of products including Azure SQL Database, Azure SQL Managed Instance, and SQL Server on Azure Virtual Machines. • How to work with non-relational data on Azure? • How Azure Cosmos DB APIs work, Azure Table Storage, Azure Blob Storage, Azure File storage
Aroh works as a Microsoft partner at Insight Technologies Singapore and a Microsoft MCT. He is primarily focusing on SharePoint Online and Power Platform. He helps the customers with their digital transformation journey through cutting edge Microsoft solutions.
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