Build the next great idea with a free Azure account

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Azure – Microsoft defines Azure as The Azure cloud platform is more than 200 products and cloud services designed to help you bring new solutions to life—to solve today’s challenges and create the future.

Build, run, and manage applications across multiple clouds, on-premises, and at the edge, with the tools and frameworks of your choice.

Azure Cloud is increasingly becoming a straightforward and worthy cloud platform. As of Nov 2022, this is the current offer they are having

Azure Free account

On top of it when you create your account they give you surety of the below free services. Almost all popular services are free for the first 12 months

And after that, there are 40 azure services which remain always free and then you get the free credits to use in your first 30 days.

After your credit is finished they will ask you to get the pay-as-you-go model. When you get that you will only pay if you use more than the free amounts of services which are always free.

So this is a great marketing strategy from them and to get this platform very popular.

Here is what the Azure portal looks like when you first sign up.

In the Quickstart centre, you will find clues to create the most popular infrastructure ideas from a VM to a container and from a DB to a serverless app. It’s very easy to use for a clean user interface.

Here is the 200 USD or equivalent free credit to your account. Go to the notification icon and you will see that 200 USD has been credited to your free trial account.

The subscription will be Free Trial and they will keep on reminding you of your subscription. and after that, you can get the pay-as-you-go model.

Start learning about Azure now at this link

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Rahul Miglani is Vice President at Knoldus and heads the DevOps Practice. He is a DevOps evangelist with a keen focus to build deep relationships with senior technical individuals as well as pre-sales from customers all over the globe to enable them to be DevOps and cloud advocates and help them achieve their automation journey. He also acts as a technical liaison between customers, service engineering teams, and the DevOps community as a whole. Rahul works with customers with the goal of making them solid references on the Cloud container services platforms and also participates as a thought leader in the docker, Kubernetes, container, cloud, and DevOps community. His proficiency includes rich experience in highly optimized, highly available architectural decision-making with an inclination towards logging, monitoring, security, governance, and visualization.