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I'd say the pro to Azure is that it seamlessly integrates with Microsoft products such as Visual Studio, .NET, TFS/VSTS and SQL Server Management Studio.
Having said that, I think Azure and AWS can do pretty much the same and AWS probably integrates better with other tools.
And getting AWS to work with .NET probably isn't all that difficult either
Wow, I'm not sure what's more impressing, that you remember I passed that exam this year or that you were able to find this post at page 500
Anyway, I did a course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/70532-azure/learn/v4/overview
He also has a few practice tests: https://www.udemy.com/70532-azure-tests/learn/v4/content
I also got the official Microsoft exam reference, but I didn't actually use it.
And, of course, I got some practice.
I'm currently doing 70-533 the same way (but I believe they're retiring this one soon).
Good luck, if you have any questions let me know!