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About the Course

Azure provides a variety of ways to store data: unstructured, archival, relational, and more. In this course, you will learn the basics of storage management in Azure, how to create a Storage Account, and how to choose the right model for the data you want to store in the cloud. This course part of a Specialization intended for Data engineers and developers who want to demonstrate their expertise in designing and implementing data solutions that use Microsoft Azure data services anyone interested in preparing for the Exam DP-203: Data Engineering on Microsoft Azure (beta). This is the second in a program of 10 courses to help prepare you to take the exam so that you can have expertise in designing and implementing data solutions that use Microsoft Azure data services. The Data Engineering on Microsoft Azure exam is an opportunity to prove knowledge expertise in integrating, transforming, and consolidating data from various structured and unstructured data systems into structures that are suitable for building analytics solutions that use Microsoft Azure data services. Each course teaches you the concepts and skills that are measured by the exam. By the end of this Professional Certificate program, you will be ready to take and sign-up for the Exam DP-203: Data Engineering on Microsoft Azure (beta)....

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By Muhammad U S

Jul 12, 2022

Perfectly organized and well explained course. The course covers the topics quite comprehensively and provides relevant exercises and hands-on tools to master the skills.

By Dmitrii K

Aug 16, 2022

Good material (theory and exercises), but I came across a few issues (in-video questions, quize questions, theory description) that may confuse students.

By Umut O

Mar 15, 2024

This course not include azure portal forward link

By Javier M

Apr 13, 2023

Should improve the content providing different language options example the .NET and NodeJS client libraries options to archive the same objective. Usually there is only the .NET option in the exercises/examples of coursera while on the microsoft learning paths the options are usually available

By Francisco G

Aug 3, 2023

The content is this course is very light. I would have like more exercises to gain deeper understanding of the topics discussed instead of just a quick overview.