With this new Microsoft Educator Community series, we cover how you can get rid of your oldest and expensive to run servers to move your “biscuits” to Azure and create your own serverless school.
In our last blog of this series, Bill had the brilliant idea to use Windows 10 S for Education to empower students with smart devices to achieve more in their studies. After moving the school to Office 365 for education, this seamed like a piece of cake.
But now that Jenny and him are so much into their tech, they want to take things to the next level, getting rid of outdated and expensive servers running in the basement with state of the art cloud computing on Azure.
Most schools start their cloud journey with Office 365, which gives you a range of software an apps, delivered as a service. This is often called “Software as a Service” and it was covered in our first series, Office 365 in the classroom.
The next step is to start running some of your own IT services on a cloud platform called Azure. Azure gives your school a “Platform as a Service” and moving your services to Azure can reduce the cost of running and maintaining those services on local servers at your school. This Microsoft Educator Community module we have created for schools, will show you how to get started with Azure. Click on the image below to complete the course and earn your Microsoft Academy badges.
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