- By Bill JelenJan 10, 2022
Although pivot tables provide an extremely fast way to summarize data, sometimes the pivot table defaults are not exactly what you need. In this sample chapter from Microsoft Excel Pivot Table Data Crunching (Office 2021 and Microsoft 365), you will learn how to make common cosmetic or report layout changes, add or remove subtotals, and change summary calculations.
- By Wayne WinstonDec 20, 2021
The INDEX function makes it easy to reference an entire row or column of an array. In this sample chapter from Microsoft Excel Data Analysis and Business Modeling (Office 2021 and Microsoft 365), 7th Edition, you will learn how to use the INDEX function to compute the distance between two cities.
- By Orin ThomasDec 15, 2021
In this sample chapter from Exam Ref MS-100 Microsoft 365 Identity and Services, 2nd Edition, learn how to plan identity synchronization with Azure AD Connect, how to manage that synchronization, how to manage Azure AD identities, and how to manage Azure AD user roles.
- By Andrew Bettany, Andrew WarrenNov 29, 2021
In this sample chapter from Exam Ref MD-101 Managing Modern Desktops, 2nd Edition, you will learn how to use traditional user profile management and how Azure Active Directory enables users to roam their Windows settings from any device, even when working remotely.
- By Rob MilesSep 10, 2021
- By Ashish Agrawal, Avinash Bhavsar, MJ Parker, Gurvinder SinghAug 6, 2021
The challenge of migrating to a cloud-centered architecture forces us to think of new ways to protect data, resources, and services. In this sample chapter from Exam Ref AZ-304 Microsoft Azure Architect Design, you will learn how to design authentication, authorization, and security for applications.
- By Arvind Chandaka, Ovais Mehboob Ahmed KhanJul 26, 2021
In this sample chapter from Developing Microservices Architecture on Microsoft Azure with Open Source Technologies, you will review the core fundamentals of microservices, including the transition from historical architecture to present, benefits and challenges, and a comparison of a monolithic application architecture with microservices architecture.
- By Nicholas DiCola, Anthony RomanJun 7, 2021
In this sample chapter from Microsoft Azure Network Security, you will review the best practices of general network architecture, various types of network architectures in Azure, and how network security services can be layered to protect these architectures.
- By Francesco Milano, Daniel A. SearaMay 30, 2021
Relational data storage is described as storing information based on a predefined structure of the information. In this sample chapter from Exam Ref DP-900 Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals, you will learn how to identify the right data offering for a relational workload, describe relational data structures, and more.
- By Yuri Diogenes, Tom JanetscheckMay 30, 2021
Azure Security Center gives organizations complete visibility and control over the security of hybrid cloud workloads. In this sample chapter from Microsoft Azure Security Center, 3rd Edition, you will explore key considerations for adoption and how to onboard resources.
- By Daniil MaslyukApr 21, 2021
In this sample chapter from Exam Ref DA-100 Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI, you will review skills to design, develop, and optimize data models, and how you can use DAX to enhance data models.
- By Santiago Fernandez MunozMar 6, 2021
Microsoft Azure offers different storage solutions in the cloud to satisfy your application storage requirements. Azure offers solutions for making your storage cost-effective and minimizing latency. In this sample chapter from Exam Ref AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure, learn how to develop solutions using Cosmos DB and Blob storage.
- By Yuri Diogenes, Orin ThomasMar 6, 2021
Azure has native platform security capabilities and services that should be leveraged to provide the necessary level of security for your IaaS and PaaS workloads while maintaining a secure management layer. In this sample chapter from Exam Ref AZ-500 Microsoft Azure Security Technologies, learn how to implement advanced network security and configure advanced security for compute.
- By Richard HundhausenFeb 17, 2021
The look and feel of Azure Boards is partially driven by the process that a team selects when they create the project. In this sample chapter from Professional Scrum Development with Azure DevOps, you will explore the various processes that can be selected, focusing on the Scrum process, and learn how to create an inherited process to customize Azure Boards’ behavior.
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