You can use Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching as part of the Microsoft EES benefits.
* Microsoft Imagine has been changed to Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching.
Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching overview
Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (Hereafter abbreviated as Azure Dev Tools) is a program that provides Microsoft development languages, operating systems, servers, etc. for educational purposes.
The use of Azure Dev Tools software is limited to educational and research purposes and has the following limitations.
- It cannot be used for commercial purposes.
- It cannot be used to build infrastructure for undergraduate or laboratory computer environments. For example, Exchange Server cannot be used as a laboratory mail server.
Please check “Products” at https://azureforeducation.microsoft.com/devtools for available software.
Range of use
Eligible person: University members (faculty / students) who have been given @u or @un email addresses, and university personnel such as emeritus professor.
(If you can no longer use @u, @un addresses after leaving, graduating or retirement, you will no longer be eligible for this benefit.)
Target devices: University PCs managed by faculty and staff, personal computers used for education and research purposes.
How to Use
Registration with Microsoft (signing up)
To use Azure Dev Tools, you need to sign up (register) for an account. To sign up, you must have an email address that contains @u.tsukuba.ac.jp (faculty and students) or @un.tsukuba.ac.jp (staff). See Microsoft Office (for private use) page for detail on how to sign up.
How to use after sign up
Please be noted that we do not support for the operation or usage of this service software.