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Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 13, 2018
Duration
1h 31m
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This course is for anyone that wants to leverage a highly flexible, reliable, and super-fast data backend for your service. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Table Storage, you'll examine everything you need to get started with Azure Table Storage. First, you'll be introduced to Azure Table Storage in a .NET Application and the differences between it and Azure Cosmos DB Table API. Next, you'll work with the Table Storage REST API. Last, you'll discover why Azure Table storage is the perfect fit for any type of application, no matter the scale. By the end of this course, you’ll feel familiar with Azure Table Storage, and when it’s appropriate for your app to use the Cosmos DB Table API versus the traditional Azure Table Storage.

About the author
About the author

Filip is an enthusiastic developer that strives to learn something new every day. His greatest passion is programming and ever since Filip was a little boy he has always strived to master it. All his community contributions has made Filip a Microsoft Visual C# MVP and a DZone Most-Valuable Blogger.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone. My name is Filip Ekberg, and welcome to my course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Table Storage. I am a principal consultant and CEO at a consultant agency operating out of Gothenburg in Sweden. I started the company a few years ago and focused on building software for the masses powered by the cloud, as well as with mobility in mind. This course is for anyone that wants to leverage a highly flexible, reliable, and super-fast data back end for your service, which is why in this course we are going to look at everything that we need to get started with the Azure Table Storage. We will cover topics such as how to introduce Azure Table Storage in a. NET application, the differences between Azure Table Storage and the Azure Cosmos DB Table API, working with the Table Storage REST API, as well as why Azure Table Storage is the perfect fit for any type of application no matter if it's an application scaled across the globe or a small app operating out of a single region. By the end of this course, you'll feel familiar with the Azure Table Storage and when it's appropriate for your app to use the Cosmos DB Table API versus the traditional Azure Table Storage. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with programming in C#. Other than that, you're good to go. Are you ready to take your application to a whole new level? Let your user base grow and your application scale worldwide without breaking a sweat. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn all about Azure Table Storage with the Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Table Storage course as Pluralsight.

Integrating with Azure Table Storage
Hey, this is Filip Ekberg, and you're watching Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Table Storage. In this module, we'll be talking about integrating with the Azure Table Storage from our. NET applications. We're going to look at this from the point of an ASP. NET application. We'll be building a to-do application that's going to leverage the table that we created in the previous module. We'll see how we can create, retrieve, update, and delete data that we have inside our Azure Table Storage. And we'll also talk a little bit more about the shared access signature and how we can enforce access policies that we apply on our Azure Table Storage. And finally in this module, we'll be looking at some metrics that we can extract from our table storage to see how it's being used by our applications. So let's get our handy dirty and start coding in Visual Studio to create an application that's leveraging the Azure Table Storage.