Microsoft Azure offers several options for running server applications. In this course, you'll learn the main options and the trade offs of each, and leave the course knowing how to make intelligent choices for your own applications.
There are many options that Microsoft Azure offers the user for running server applications. In this course, Running Applications in Microsoft Azure: Getting Started, you'll learn about the various options to inform your decisions moving forward with the cloud. First, you'll cover how to use the PaaS offerings of Cloud Services and Azure Web Apps to host your web and server applications. Next, you'll explore how to use virtual machines and containers to deploy and host application code. Finally, you'll discover information about the features and trade offs of each option as the course progresses. When you're finished with this course, you'll be armed with the knowledge you need to pick the right Azure option for hosting your application.
Matt is an independent consultant with expertise in web application design and development and systems integration. As a writer, Matt has contributed to several journals and magazines such as MSDN Magazine. Matt regularly shares his love of technology by speaking at local, regional, and international conferences such as DevWeek, Prairie Dev Con, That Conference, and VS Live. As a Pluralsight Author, Matt has created more than 30 courses on the topics of web, mobile, and cloud development.
Course Overview Hello. I'm Matt Milner. Welcome to this course, Running Applications in Microsoft Azure: Getting Started. I'm an independent software developer and trainer. Microsoft Azure is fast becoming the largest cloud platform available. This course is intended to provide you, the developer, with information about the various options for running your server applications on the Azure platform. Some of the major topics we're going to cover include provisioning and using virtual machines, deploying applications to Azure Cloud services, running your web applications in Azure App services, and deploying applications to Azure in docker containers. By the end of the course, you'll understand the options available to you for running applications in Azure and have the information you need to make informed choices about which option is right for your application. From here, continue learning by diving into specific courses on Azure web applications, Azure infrastructure as a service, and docker containers. I'm glad you're joining me on this journey to learn about Azure with the Running Applications in Microsoft Azure: Getting Started course, at Pluralsight.