AZ-900 Episode 5 | IaaS vs PaaS vs SaaS cloud service models | Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Course

AZ-900 Episode 5 | IaaS vs PaaS vs SaaS cloud service models | Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Course

Microsoft Azure Fundamental full course.

Episode covers following skills
– Describe Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
– Describe Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)
– Describe Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
– Compare and contrast the three different service types

Study Materials:

* Episode Resources
* 📚 Study cheat sheet
* 🧠 Practice Test
* Study Guide
* Microsoft Learn: IaaS vs. PaaS vs. SaaS
* What is IaaS?
* What is PaaS?
* What is SaaS?
* 🌐 Wikipedia: Cloud Computing – Service Models

00:00 Episode Introduction
00:21 Skills Measured
00:38 Example Scenario
03:28 On-Premises
03:44 IaaS
04:59 PaaS
06:06 SaaS
06:34 Comparing service models
07:23 Next Steps

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28 thoughts on “AZ-900 Episode 5 | IaaS vs PaaS vs SaaS cloud service models | Microsoft Azure Fundamentals Course

  1. Hi Adam! i have been watching your series from the beginning and I really like the explanations and visual diagrams of all cohesive content, I am going for my AZ-900, then next 303/404 so, here's hoping you are able to produce more content in the near future… definitely looking forward to achieving my Microsoft certs i cant tell you how helpful this all is… 🙂

  2. The best explanation I have seen on youtube to clearly understand all these concepts. Practice exams are an excellent complement that revalidate what you have learned. Adam, I greatly appreciate your dedication and passion in creating these courses and offering us all this highly valuable knowledge for anyone who wants to know the Azure world. Immensely grateful.

  3. Hi Adam
    Nicely explained the video. But I have a question. If a company migration plan states that only PaaS solutions must be used in Azure. You need to deploy an Azure environment that supports the planned migration.
    Solution: You create an App Service and Azure SQL databases Server installed.

    Does this meet the goal?
    I think No , but could you pls explain as the DB part is also under Azure

  4. I've been so amazed by your video & instruction skills, that I have been watching every video and forgot to tell you thank you! So, this is me saying thank you for every AZ-900 video you have made!

  5. Hi Adam, nice explanation.. I have one query – in Iaas compute power, storage, networking, virtualisation is provided by cloud provider but the virtual machines are created by the subscriber. Am I correct? Can you correct me if I am wrong

  6. Hi Adam, Thanks for the great videos. The explainations are really good. I am preparing for the AZ-900 exam as well. Just wanted to know, total how many videos will be there in this series? As of now there are 11 including the introduction.

  7. Bravo! Bravo! I have been looking for other sites to really differentiate this topic. Now I am very clear. Thanks for the time you invested and for sharing your high value knowledge.

  8. Very smart, excellent. It was a joy to watch. So, you regard a virtual machine without an OS as Infrastructure. In your test question No 3, SQL Server installed on a VM, the correct answer was infrastructure, and I fully agree. Following this logic, however, an OS in a VM should be regarded infrastructure, too, correct?
    Similarly, many people regard Docker as infrastructure, since Docker itself is just a light weight kind-of virtualization tool. An IIS or a .NET Core or NodeJS docker image, however, might be regarded platform, or maybe they show characteristics of infrastructure?
    I have a tricky question, too, for you. Azure Active Directory B2C is definitely not infrastructure, but is it a Platform or a Software?

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