Microsoft Licensing Body of Knowledge 2022: Azure edition
The Body of Knowledge books are the Microsoft licensing books which we love having on our own bookshelves. They’re comprehensive reference books written in an easy-to-understand way, with a detailed index to help you quickly and efficiently find the answers to day-to-day licensing questions. This book focuses on Azure.
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The Microsoft Licensing Body of Knowledge 2022: Azure edition book is an excellent reference book for people who need to understand Azure licensing. If you’re new to Azure licensing you can use it to teach yourself from the very start, and if you’re more experienced it will help you answer Azure licensing questions. It contains a comprehensive set of topics from all the different ways of licensing virtual machines in Azure, to the best ways to save money through Azure Reservations and Azure Savings Plans. There are also sections on licensing Dev/Test solutions in Azure and more specialist topics such as Azure Stack and Azure Dedicated Host. In addition, there’s information on all the different ways that customers can buy the Azure services. Click here to see the full table of contents.
If you’re already a fan of our Microsoft Licensing Body of Knowledge books then you may have the 2021 version on your bookshelf. This covered the whole of Microsoft licensing current in June 2021. This new range of books splits the original book into three sections – on-premises products, Online Services, and Azure, and is current for Microsoft licensing in December 2022. The 2022 books include new options introduced by Microsoft and anything that’s been updated. However, products that are no longer the current version (Windows Server 2019, for example) have been removed and you would need to refer to the Microsoft Licensing Body of Knowledge 2021 book for information on licensing this version of the product.
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The on-premises and Online Services editions will be available soon. Click here to be alerted when they’re available.