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Azure Architecture Exam 70-534 is Retired and Replaced with 70-535 Exam

Since the introduction of the Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions (70-534) certification exam in early 2015, Microsoft has periodically updated the exam objectives to match the ever changing landscape of Microsoft Azure. Over the last year there’s been an increase pace in updated and new feature additions to the Microsoft Azure platform of services, and this […]

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Uplevel Your Azure Skills with Opsgility

The demand for experts in Microsoft Azure is growing exponentially! Advance your knowledge to stay relevant in today’s cloud-first world. Our services are uniquely suited for individuals that need to uplevel their skills all the way to the largest enterprises, ISVs, and Microsoft Partners that are embracing the Microsoft Cloud. When you train with Opsgility […]

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Explore Opsgility’s On-Demand Subscription features for teams

Your team subscription is the first step in your team’s educational journey at Opsgility! As an administrator, you can manage your team’s subscription, you can view a summary of account activity statistics to include but not limited to License Details, Active Students, hours of online courses watched, course completion statuses, and much more! Let’s take […]

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New Courses from Opsgility – September 2017

The Opsgility team has been hard at work building out new on-demand and instructor-led courses to help you make your own digital transformation by mastering the skills needed for modern cloud computing. For Beginners Cloud Fundamentals – this course by Microsoft MVP and Opsgility’s own Dan Patrick, is designed to introduce you to core cloud […]

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Opsgility Blog Spotlight – Gerry Le Canu

One man, 8 months, 5 exams. Meet Gerry Le Canu, a Cloud Solution Architect at Rackspace. Gerry’s journey with Rackspace began more than 11 years ago, spending time as a Systems Engineer, Product Manager and Solution Architect. Gerry’s path at Rackspace would eventually lead him to Microsoft Azure. He started working with Azure in 2015 […]

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