Are you new to Azure Stack HCI and want to learn more? Technical or not I would advise taking a look at the Microsoft Learn Paths for Azure Stack HCI.
What is Microsoft Learn
Microsoft Learn is an awesome free online learning platform. It’s interactive and you can collect points and badges – what more could you want? You can choose content that is specific to your role and/or goals.
If you create a profile you can track your progress and accrue points and achievements which is nice. You also get the use of some free Azure resources.
So go get yourself a profile – Microsoft Learn | Microsoft Docs
Azure Stack HCI – Introductory Modules
I would highly recommend everyone goes through the first two Learn paths – even if you’re not technical.
In fact definitely if you are not technical and maybe work in sales. Going through the foundational paths on Microsoft Learn are great for learning cloud concepts and getting to grips with the language and messaging.
If you want to go a little deeper but still stay high level then take a look at the Introduction to Azure Stack HCI Core Technolgies – Learn module.
Microsoft Learn has grouped these two modules plus two others in to an Azure Stack HCI Foundations – Learn Path.
Azure Stack HCI – Technical Modules
If you’re going to be deploying, operating or maintaining Azure Stack HCI or you want to understand more about what is involved then check out the following modules.
Integrate with Azure Arc Modules
Once you’ve made your way through the previous modules the next step is to take a look at integrating Azure Stack HCI with Azure Arc.
Microsoft Learn is a really great platform for learning. I’m looking forward to seeing more modules for Azure Stack HCI and will do my best to add them here.