Exam Ref AZ-103 Microsoft Azure Administrator (英語) ペーパーバック – 2019/6/30
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MICHAEL WASHAM is CEO of Opsgility, a leading provider of IT training services that include both instructor-led and on-demand learning through their online learning platform SkillMeUp.com. Michael has extensive history in the IT Industry where he has worked as an IT Professional, Software Developer, Evangelist, and Program Manager before turning to his passion of enabling companies of all sizes make the digital transformation to the cloud.
JONATHAN TULIANI leads our European office and is responsible for managing our European clients. Prior to joining Opsgility, Jonathan was a 10-year Microsoft veteran, spending over 6 years in the Azure Engineering team where he was Principal Program Manager for both Azure DNS and Azure Traffic Manager. Jonathan has 20 years’ experience in the IT industry, in roles spanning development, product management, technical pre-sales and program management.
SCOTT HOAG (MCITP, MCPD) is a Principal Cloud Solutions Architect with Opsgility where he drives adoption of Microsoft's cloud platforms for Opsgility's customers. Scott is a frequent speaker at SharePoint and Azure focused user groups and comes with a deep background in helping organizations deploy content management and collaboration systems. Scott has over 11 years of experience as both a developer and a system engineer delivering solutions from MCMS 2002 to SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 today. Scott also co-hosts the Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast where he discusses the latest news and offerings with Office 365 and Azure. You can find him on twitter @ciphertxt and on the web at psconfig.com.
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All the pictures looks blurry some hard to read .
Still have to finish the whole book but the contents looks complete
Achei ele bem largo comparado com um livro convencional mas gostei muito.
The knowledge contained in this book is great. I cannot state that well enough.
If you are studying for anything Azure-related, please do NOT take this book's word on anything. There are consistent errors, grammatical issues, spelling errors, and more. This would be one thing if it were limited to just raw text, but the fact that these same errors exist in the reference material for Azure CLI/PowerShell is absolutely awful. You CANNOT run some of these commands straight from the book because even though the fields are filled out, the commands & syntax are wrong, and sometimes the variables are assigned and never used.
For example, Page 183; "The SetAzOSDisk cmdlet would have also required"...But higher up on the page it has the actual, real command of "Set-AZVMOSDisk".
This issue has affected a lot of the material in the book, from recommendations on deployment, to Azure CLI/Powershell commands, to how Azure services work, etc.
If you work with Azure frequently and are able to spot errors in the Author's writing, then this book still has value. If you are new to Azure, tread carefully and pay close attention because someone involved in this book didn't.