40529: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: High Performance Computing Course Overview

40529: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: High Performance Computing Course Overview

The 40529: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: High Performance Computing (HPC) course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of deploying and managing HPC solutions on Azure. It focuses on leveraging Azure's capabilities to solve complex computation tasks and perform large-scale computations.

Module 1: Whiteboard Design Session covers the conceptual phase, where learners review a customer case study, design a proof of concept solution, and learn to present their solution, emphasizing real-time data processing with Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale.

Module 2: Hands-on Lab offers practical experience, guiding learners through setting up databases, securing credentials with Key Vault, integrating Azure Databricks, processing data with Kafka, performing data rollups in PostgreSQL, and creating visualizations in Power BI.

Participating in these HPC training courses will equip learners with the skills necessary to design and implement HPC solutions, making the HPC course invaluable for professionals aiming to excel in high-performance computing environments.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the 40529: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: High Performance Computing course, participants should possess the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of cloud computing concepts and services.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Azure and its core services, including Azure Databases and Azure Databricks.
  • Knowledge of database concepts and experience with PostgreSQL or similar relational database management systems.
  • Some experience with data processing and analytics, preferably with tools like Apache Kafka for real-time data streaming.
  • Basic proficiency with data visualization and business intelligence concepts, experience with Microsoft Power BI is advantageous.
  • Understanding of programming and scripting fundamentals to follow along with the hands-on lab exercises.
  • Ability to navigate and use the Azure portal to configure services and resources.

Please note that while these prerequisites are recommended for the best learning outcome, learners with a keen interest and willingness to engage with the course material may also benefit from the workshop. Our instructors are equipped to provide guidance and support to all participants, regardless of their initial skill level.


Target Audience for 40529: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: High Performance Computing

The 40529: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: High Performance Computing course is tailored for IT professionals seeking expertise in Azure-based real-time data processing.


  • IT Solutions Architects
  • Cloud Developers
  • Database Administrators
  • Data Scientists
  • DevOps Engineers
  • IT Professionals working with High Performance Computing (HPC)
  • Technical Team Leads managing HPC solutions
  • System Administrators looking to scale databases efficiently
  • Business Intelligence Professionals interested in real-time analytics
  • Data Engineers focusing on stream processing
  • Professionals working with Azure Database for PostgreSQL
  • Individuals preparing for Azure certifications
  • Technology Consultants implementing cloud-based data solutions


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this 40529: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: High Performance Computing?

Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes and Concepts Covered

The 40529: Microsoft Cloud Workshop: High-Performance Computing course focuses on designing and implementing a real-time data processing solution using Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale, integrating services like Azure Databricks, Kafka, and Power BI.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Understand the customer case study to identify key requirements for a high-performance computing solution.
  • Design a scalable proof of concept for real-time data processing with Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale.
  • Develop presentation skills to effectively communicate the designed solution to stakeholders.
  • Gain hands-on experience in setting up and managing Azure Database for PostgreSQL Hyperscale.
  • Learn to securely store and manage secrets using Azure Key Vault in the context of a high-performance computing environment.
  • Integrate Azure Databricks for efficient data processing and analytics tasks.
  • Implement real-time data ingestion with Kafka, understanding the configuration and management of data streams.
  • Perform real-time data aggregation and rollup within PostgreSQL, optimizing for performance and scalability.
  • Create advanced data visualizations using Power BI to represent processed information effectively.
  • Apply best practices for building secure, scalable, and performant real-time data processing architectures on Azure.