At the core of creating applications for Microsoft Azure is a thorough knowledge of the Azure landscape and what to use when. In this course, Microsoft Azure for Developers: What to Use When, you will start by learning how to pick the right Azure services for your applications. Next, you will explore which services are available in Azure and what they can do for you. Finally, you will learn how to compare the Azure services based on your requirements. By the end of this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of the Microsoft Azure landscape that will help you as you move forward to pick the right services in Azure for your applications.
Barry is a software architect and developer with a passion for the cloud. He has worked for lots of companies throughout the last decade and is keen to share his knowledge with the community. He co-founded a usergroup focused on technology and soft-skills and currently teaches people about the benefits of the cloud.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Barry Luijbregts. And welcome to my course Microsoft Azure for developers, what to use when. I am an independent software developer and architect with a passion for the cloud. Microsoft Azure is huge and changes fast. That's where I come in. In this course I'll help you to keep up with the changes and make decisions about which Azure service to use when. We'll go over a lot of stuff. In this course, you'll learn about more than 60 services in Azure. Some of the major topics that we will cover include which services you can use for running your applications in Azure, which services to use to store data in Azure, and which services to use to work with messages in Azure. By the end of this course, you'll know which services Azure provides for you as a developer and which ones to use when. Before beginning the course, you should have a basic level of understanding of software development in the Microsoft ecosystem. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about Microsoft Azure with the Microsoft Azure for developers what to use when course here at Pluralsight.