Microsoft Cloud Training for Support Engineers

Enable your team with hands-on training solutions, meticulously designed to align with your business objectives.


Microsoft Official Curriculum

Microsoft Applied Skills

Practice Exams

Exam Vouchers

Study Guides

White Board Designs

Hands-on Labs

Guided Hackathons

Custom Courseware

Cloud Workshops

Azure Mastery Bootcamps

Cloud Sandbox

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What is a Support Engineer?

Support Engineers are the backbone of your IT operations. They troubleshoot technical issues, provide timely customer support, and ensure your business systems run smoothly. Support Engineers are responsible for diagnosing and resolving software and hardware issues, assisting users, maintaining system performance, and contributing to IT projects.

At Opsgility, we offer a specialized Microsoft Cloud training program designed for Support Engineers. This program provides your team with the necessary skills to manage and troubleshoot systems on the Microsoft Cloud platform. They’ll learn how to effectively resolve cloud-specific issues, optimize system performance, and ensure user satisfaction.

Investing in Microsoft Cloud training for your Support Engineers can significantly improve your business’s efficiency. It ensures system reliability, reduces downtime, and enhances user experience. 

Microsoft Support Engineer Learning Path

Fundamental Certifications


Dynamics 365 Certifications

Associate Certifications

Microsoft 365

Dynamics 365

Certification Preparation Materials

• Practice Exams
• Exam Vouchers
• Study Guides
• White Board Designs
• Hands-on Labs

Cloud Sandbox

Leverage Microsoft Cloud technologies at scale for non-production tasks, including but not limited to, training sessions, development of proof of concepts, customer demonstrations, and beyond.

Want to Learn More? Request a Free Consultation!

Meet with a Cloud Training Expert to create a custom learning plan tailored to your business. Each plan is designed to sharpen your team's technical skills across Microsoft Cloud Technologies.