Czym są subskrypcje i jaki mają związek z bezpłatnym kontem platformy Azure?

Subskrypcje to jednostki zapewniające dostęp do produktów platformy Azure jako część bezpłatnego konta platformy Azure. Bezpłatne konto platformy Azure rozpoczyna się subskrypcją w bezpłatnej wersji próbnej, która obejmuje środki w wysokości 200 USD do wydania w ciągu pierwszych 30 dni od założenia konta, możliwość bezpłatnego korzystania z popularnych usług platformy Azure przez 12 miesięcy, a także dostęp do ponad 25 zawsze bezpłatnych produktów. Po upływie pierwszych 30 dni korzystania z konta lub po wykorzystaniu środków w wysokości 200 USD konieczne będzie podwyższenie poziomu subskrypcji do subskrypcji z płatnością zgodnie z rzeczywistym użyciem, aby nadal korzystać z konta.

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  • No. Microsoft doesn’t automatically enroll you if you have academic volume subscriptions. The academic volume license subscriptions include Enrollment for Education Solutions (EES), Open Value Subscription Agreement for Education Solutions (OVS-ES), Campus Agreement, and School Agreement. You must enroll in Azure Dev Tools for Teaching by using the appropriate promotional codes from the subscription welcome email that you receive for your academic volume license. You must also renew your subscription when it expires because it doesn’t renew automatically. If you are unable to locate your promotional code, please contact us.

  • As an Azure Dev Tools for Teaching subscriber, your school or institution gets access to our Education Hub Store. Your students access their cloud services in the Education Hub Store, which is in the Azure portal. Students sign in to the Azure portal with their school (or Azure Dev Tools for Teaching) credentials, open the Education Hub Store, and access the available software downloads.

  • The Microsoft Privacy Statement describes the personal data that Microsoft collects, how it processes that data, and why it shares that data. This privacy statement covers a range of Microsoft products including its apps, devices, servers, services, software, and websites. It also provides product-specific information and details its policy for using cookies.

  • Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (previously known as Microsoft Imagine Standard and Premium) is a subscription-based offering for accredited schools and departments providing access to tools commonly used in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs. It provides professional developer and designer tools, software, and services from Microsoft to your faculty and students. It includes our latest technologies and cloud services to inspire and excite students. And, it provides educators a diverse set of resources to ensure their classrooms challenge, engage, and motivate students in new ways. This program has the following goals:

    • Provide access to our software and platforms: Educators and students get access to our products and technologies, giving them choices for current and future educational opportunities.
    • Deliver outstanding value: These subscription-based memberships provide convenient per-user license management, removing the complexity of licenses across multiple environments. Software that is acquired through your Azure Dev Tools for Teaching subscription is only for instructional and research purposes; you can’t use it to run the infrastructure of a department.
  • No. Students don’t need an Office 365 account, but if they have access to your Active Directory account, they use the same credentials to sign in to the software. If students don’t use Active Directory, they must create a Microsoft Account (if they don’t already have one) using the same email address that you provide them.

  • The additional features of Imagine Premium were incorporated into Azure Dev Tools for Teaching for a more complete solution.