Developing solutions for Azure – Best practices

English Intermediate Development

Configuring best practices for Azure PaaS resources. Azure App Service Azure Functions API Management Application Gateway Azure Static Web App Azure Key Vault Azure Service Bus Storage account Azure SQL Database Azure PostgreSQL Azure Cosmos DB Azure Redis Cache Azure Container Registry Azure Container Instances Azure Kubernetes Service Application Insights


Fisnik Doko

Azure Cloud Engineer | Microsoft Trainer | Software Architect| Speaker

I spent more than 13 years working for numerous companies worldwide, where I developed a wealth of experience by offering corporate solutions based on Microsoft technologies. Additionally, I have more than 8 years of experience teaching Azure courses as a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and I also have a PhD in Data Science and Bid Data in financial services. 33 active Microsoft certifications. Technology expert consultant in many projects and companies, providing support to get more benefits from the information technology and their data. Focused on new technologies, and following them to be up to date with new trends.

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