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Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure (AZ-203)

Authors: Anthony Nocentino, Tim Warner, Reza Salehi, Alan Smith, Mark Heath, Matt Milner, Filip Ekberg, Leonard Lobel, Jeff Hopper, Thomas Claudius Huber, Sahil Malik, Manoj Nair, John Savill, Neil Morrissey, Nikola Milanovic, Kamran Ayub, Barry Luijbregts, Fabien Ruffin, Stephen W. Thomas, Mike Pfeiffer

Microsoft Azure is a cloud platform that provides infrastructure, managed services, and anything else you might need for your business applications. It is suited for businesses... Read more

What you will learn

  • Select the appropriate cloud technology solution
  • Develop for cloud storage
  • Create Platform as a Service (PaaS) Solutions
  • Secure cloud solutions

Pre-requisites

This path is intended for learners new to Microsoft Azure, but prior knowledge of application development is required. Prior knowledge of Cloud Computing is helpful, but not required.

Path Courses

This path covers the essentials that a Developer should know to become proficient on Microsoft Azure. You’ll learn how to select the appropriate cloud technology solution for your project, how to develop for cloud storage, how to create Platform-as-a-service solutions, and how to secure your cloud solutions.

Provisioning Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines

by Anthony Nocentino

Sep 14, 2018 / 3h 10m

3h 10m

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As a developer or system administrator, it's very likely that you'll need to deploy virtual machines in Microsoft Azure. In this course, Provisioning Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines, you will gain foundational knowledge to do just that. First, you will learn the fundamentals of Azure and how to provision VMs with the Microsoft Azure Portal, Azure CLI, and PowerShell. Next, you will explore how to build and deploy a Custom Virtual Machine Image to deploy your own applications and configurations for your VMs. Finally, you will discover how to manage virtual machine disks and also how to design and implement lab, test, and classroom environments with Azure DevTest Labs. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to provision Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure both quickly and consistently.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introduction17m
  3. Provisioning VMs with the Microsoft Azure Portal, Azure CLI, and PowerShell1h 12m
  4. Building and Deploying a Custom Virtual Machine Image31m
  5. Managing Virtual Machine Disks33m
  6. Designing and Implementing Azure DevTest Labs33m

Deploying Multiple Virtual Machines in Microsoft Azure

by Tim Warner

Sep 14, 2018 / 1h 8m

1h 8m

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At the core of administrative automation and DevOps in Azure is a thorough knowledge of multi-VM deployment. In Deploying Multiple VMs in Microsoft Azure, you’ll learn how to use VHD images and ARM templates to deploy n number of Windows Server or Linux virtual machines to the Azure cloud. First, you’ll learn how to build a custom VM image library in your Azure subscription. Next, you’ll configure Resource Manager templates for multi-VM deployment. Finally, you’ll discover how to plan, deploy, and manage virtual machine scale sets in Azure. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of Azure multi-VM deployment that will help you as you move forward in your career as a Microsoft Azure administrator or solution architect.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview0m
  2. Creating a Virtual Machine Image Library19m
  3. Configuring ARM Templates for Multi-VM Deployment23m
  4. Deploying Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets24m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Securing Data

by Reza Salehi

May 8, 2019 / 2h 47m

2h 47m

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At the core of developing applications for Microsoft Azure is a thorough knowledge of securing data. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Securing Data, you’ll learn how to protect your application configuration and data from unauthorized access. First, you’ll learn how to secure your application configuration settings such as database connection strings using Azure Key Vault and Managed Service Identity (MSI). Next, you’ll explore Azure Storage Service encryption for data at rest (SSE), Azure Disk Encryption (ADE) and Azure SQL Database Always Encrypted, to protect data against disk theft, or to comply with security standards. Finally, you’ll discover how to secure client-server communications using SSL/TLS encryption. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the necessary knowledge of securing data to help you in leveraging Microsoft Azure's out-of-the-box offerings to develop more secure applications.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Getting Started15m
  3. Protecting Application Keys and Secrets with Azure Key Vault and MSI40m
  4. Encrypting and Decrypting Data at Rest29m
  5. Encrypting Data with Always Encrypted27m
  6. Implementing SSL/TLS Communications14m
  7. Securing Data While in Use with Azure Confidential Compute37m

Microsoft Azure Batch: Getting Started

by Alan Smith

Jun 28, 2019 / 2h 32m

2h 32m

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Cloud Computing platforms, such as Microsoft Azure, bring the availability of massive compute resources on a consumption billing model. The Azure Batch service simplifies the task of running distributed parallel compute jobs in the cloud. This course will focus on the use of the Azure Batch service for job processing, using the rendering of a 3D ray-traced animation as an example. The demos and real-world scenarios covered in this course will provide you with the knowledge and skills to utilize the power and flexibility of the Azure Batch service in distributed processing scenarios.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Cloud Computing, Azure Batch, and Parallel Job Processing Scenarios33m
  3. Azure Batch Features and Architecture32m
  4. Creating Workloads with Azure Batch31m
  5. Managing Batch Processing33m
  6. Azure Batch Automation and Monitoring19m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Deploying and Managing Containers

by Mark Heath

Jul 18, 2019 / 3h 51m

3h 51m

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Docker is a great way to package and run applications, and Azure is a great platform to host containers. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Deploying and Managing Containers, you'll learn about the key Azure services that support containers. First, you'll learn the basics of Docker, including how to run containers locally, as well as build them from your own Dockerfiles. Next, you'll see how to push images to Azure Container Registry. Finally, you'll explore four different Azure services that can host containers, including Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Service Fabric, learning how to get started with them and what unique benefits they offer. When you're finished with this course, you'll know several ways of deploying containers in Azure and how to choose the most appropriate one for your needs whether you are running a simple web app or an entire microservice application.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview2m
  2. Introducing Containers on Azure20m
  3. Running Containers Locally26m
  4. Creating Docker Images27m
  5. Running Containers on Azure Container Instances24m
  6. Running Containers on Web App for Containers25m
  7. Running Containers on Azure Service Fabric34m
  8. Running Containers on Azure Kubernetes Service31m
  9. Securing Containers39m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Web Jobs

by Matt Milner

Jun 28, 2019 / 55m

55m

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At the core of background web process in Azure is a thorough knowledge of Azure Web Jobs. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Web Jobs, you will learn how to build, publish, and manage Web Jobs. First, you will discover how to build and package a Web Job with a website and publish it with the site. Next, you will learn how to build an independent Web Job and how to publish it to Azure. Finally, you will explore how to leverage the Azure WebJobs SDK. When you are finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of Azure Web Jobs that will help you as you move forward to building background processing for your Azure Web Applications.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Getting to Know Web Jobs8m
  3. Building Web Jobs in Your Website20m
  4. Building an Independent Web Job11m
  5. Utilizing the WebJobs SDK12m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Create Serverless Functions

by Mark Heath

Aug 30, 2018 / 2h 33m

2h 33m

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Azure Functions is the quickest and easiest way to get your code running in Azure and offers a cost-effective, serverless, per-second billing model. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Create Serverless Functions, you'll learn how to create your own Azure Functions apps. First, you'll explore how to create Functions with Visual Studio or using the cross-platform Core Tools. Next you'll see how to use triggers and bindings to easily integrate with other services. Finally, you'll learn about how you can host your applications in Azure or in Docker containers, and take advantage of advanced features like proxies. When you’re finished with this course, you'll be able to use Azure Functions to rapidly build, deploy and monitor your own serverless applications.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview2m
  2. Introducing Azure Functions14m
  3. Creating Functions in the Azure Portal17m
  4. Creating Functions in Visual Studio15m
  5. Creating Functions with Visual Studio Code12m
  6. Creating a REST API with Azure Functions21m
  7. Working with Triggers and Bindings24m
  8. Running Functions in Azure22m
  9. Running Functions in Containers22m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Table Storage

by Filip Ekberg

Jun 19, 2019 / 1h 32m

1h 32m

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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.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introducing Azure Table Storage42m
  3. Integrating with Azure Table Storage48m

Learning Azure Cosmos DB

by Leonard Lobel

Apr 27, 2018 / 6h 6m

6h 6m

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Developers today require a thorough knowledge of the NoSQL technologies that lie at the core of global web and mobile applications. In Learning Azure Cosmos DB, you will learn how to utilize Microsoft’s massively scalable, globally distributed, multi-model NoSQL database service. First, you will discover how to provision throughput, partition, and globally distribute your database. Next, you will explore the SQL API and the document data model, build client applications using the .NET SDK, and leverage the server-side programming model with stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions. Finally, you will learn how to use the Table API to migrate Azure Table Storage applications and the Gremlin API to build graph databases. When you are finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of Azure Cosmos DB that will help you as you move forward to build your next generation of global applications.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introduction and Overview37m
  3. Tuning for Throughput and Performance13m
  4. Horizontal Partitioning19m
  5. Globally Distributing Data22m
  6. Using the SQL API for a Document Data Model32m
  7. Querying Documents with the SQL API46m
  8. Programming with the .NET SDK54m
  9. Programming with Server-side Code57m
  10. Using the Table API for a Key-value Data Model26m
  11. Using the Gremlin API for a Graph Data Model52m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Managing Azure SQL Database

by Jeff Hopper

Dec 13, 2018 / 2h 6m

2h 6m

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Data persistence is at the core of any line of business application. While some companies may have a dedicated database administrator, in many smaller companies the developer wears many hats including database administrator. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Managing Azure SQL Database, you will learn foundational knowledge of the tools available to create, update, and manage an Azure SQL Database. First, you will learn how to migrate the database schema as your application iterates through versions. Next, you will discover several of the layers available to secure access to your database and the information that it contains. Finally, you will explore how to manage the performance of your database to meet ever growing demands. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Azure SQL Database necessary to support your database needs.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Setting the Stage17m
  3. Migrating Schema45m
  4. Securing Data33m
  5. Managing Performance24m
  6. Wrapping Up3m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Blob Storage

by Thomas Claudius Huber

Oct 29, 2018 / 3h 57m

3h 57m

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At the core of storing massive amounts of unstructured data like images, videos, or documents in Microsoft Azure is a thorough knowledge of Azure Blob Storage. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Blob Storage, you will learn the skills you need to use Azure Blob Storage in your applications. First, you will learn how to set up Azure Blob Storage in the Azure Portal. Next, you will learn how to upload, download, list, and delete blobs in .NET with C#. Finally, you will learn how to control access to your blobs with Shared Access Signatures, how to manage concurrency, and how to monitor your Blob Storage. When you’re finished with this course, you will have a foundational knowledge of Azure Blob Storage that will help you immensely as you move forward to build your own applications and solutions that need to store unstructured data in Microsoft Azure.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Setting up Blob Storage37m
  3. Uploading Blobs from .NET42m
  4. Listing Blobs in .NET17m
  5. Downloading and Deleting Blobs17m
  6. Storing Metadata on Your Blobs27m
  7. Using Shared Access Signatures27m
  8. Managing Concurrency31m
  9. Copying and Archiving Blobs25m
  10. Monitoring Blob Storage8m

Microsoft Azure Authentication Scenarios for Developers

by Sahil Malik

Sep 13, 2018 / 2h 52m

2h 52m

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The importance of Azure AD in Azure Authentication scenarios cannot be overstated. In this course, Microsoft Azure Authentication Scenarios for Developers, you will learn basic application scenarios, as well as MFA, B2C, certificate-based authentication, and SQL Server authentication. First, you will explore Azure Active Directory, and learn how to perform forms-based authentication. Next, you will learn about business to consumer authentication, and Azure Active Directory authentication for an SQL database. Finally, you will discover how to set up multi-factor authentication using Azure Active Directory, as well as setting up a certificate-based authentication. When you are finished with this course, you will have a good understanding of the various authentication scenarios Azure supports and you will feel confident in making the right architectural choices for your applications.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Azure Authentication and Azure Active Directory18m
  3. Performing Forms-based Authentication with Azure Active Directory48m
  4. Azure Active Directory Business to Consumer Authentication32m
  5. Azure Active Directory Authentication for SQL Database20m
  6. Multi-factor Authentication Using Azure Active Directory18m
  7. Azure Active Directory Certificate-based Authentication31m

Implementing Managed Identities for Microsoft Azure Resources

by Manoj Nair

Dec 13, 2018 / 1h 27m

1h 27m

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Security is job zero for everyone in the field of Information Technology these days, whether you work as a Developer or as a Solutions Architect. In this course, Implementing Managed identities for Microsoft Azure Resources, you’ll learn how to leverage managed identities to securely connect to instances of Microsoft Azure services that trust Azure AD authentication. First, you’ll learn the fundamentals of managed identities and what problem they solve. Next, you’ll explore how to create and enable managed identities for supported Azure services and connect to various Azure services without the need to store any credentials in your application code. Finally, you’ll discover how secure connections are established when you use managed identities. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have foundational knowledge of managed identities for Azure resources that will help you as you move forward to build credential free and secure cloud-native applications on the Microsoft Azure platform.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overiew1m
  2. Introducing Managed Identities for Azure Resources23m
  3. Configure Managed Identities for Azure Resources52m
  4. Configure a Secure Connection Using Managed Identity9m

Managing Microsoft Azure Active Directory

by John Savill

Mar 27, 2019 / 2h 56m

2h 56m

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At the core of identity in the cloud utilizing Microsoft technologies is a thorough knowledge of Azure AD. In this course, Managing Microsoft Azure Active Directory, you’ll learn how to manage your organization's Azure AD deployment. First, you’ll learn the fundamentals of users and groups. Next, you’ll explore key capabilities to secure and enable end-user productivity, such as conditional access and privileged identity management. Finally, you’ll discover how to utilize Azure AD with modern desktop environments and legacy applications using Azure AD Join and Azure AD Domain Services. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Azure AD needed to manage your environment.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview0m
  2. User and Group Management Using the Azure Portal1h 13m
  3. PowerShell Management and Utilizing Azure AD Logs26m
  4. Using Role-Based Access Control and Conditional Access44m
  5. Azure AD Privileged Identity Management17m
  6. Leveraging Azure AD Join and Azure AD Domain Services12m

Creating and Configuring Microsoft Azure Storage Accounts

by Neil Morrissey

Aug 30, 2018 / 3h 20m

3h 20m

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Azure Storage Accounts provide a unique namespace to store and access your data objects in the cloud. Blob, File, Queue, and Table services all share common features of security, access, monitoring, and cost tracking through a Storage Account. In this course, Creating and Configuring Microsoft Azure Storage Accounts, you'll learn how to create and configure Microsoft Azure storage accounts. First, you'll explore how to create and secure Azure Storage Accounts and perform administration using the Azure Portal, Azure CLI, and Azure Storage Explorer. Next, you'll discover the basics of account types and storage account replications options, as well as more advanced monitoring and troubleshooting of storage accounts using metrics, diagnostics logs, and activity logs. Finally, you'll learn how to monitor the ongoing cost of your storage services. By the end of this course, you'll know how to create and manage storage accounts, how to secure access, and how to monitor your storage account.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview2m
  2. Creating Azure Storage Accounts40m
  3. Configuring Security and Access53m
  4. Using Azure Storage Explorer to Manage Storage Accounts24m
  5. Monitoring Storage Accounts1h 20m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Developing for Autoscaling

by Nikola Milanovic

Dec 14, 2018 / 1h 44m

1h 44m

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Using Microsoft Azure as a hosting and services provider enables developers to write modern cloud-first applications. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Developing for Autoscaling, you'll gain the ability to use Azure and leverage a built-in autoscaling system that takes care of all heavy lifting, leaving you, the developer, to only think about your code. First, you'll learn how the autoscaling on Azure works. Next, you'll explore various cloud patterns that enable your application to scale better. Finally, you'll discover how to write code that can be executed in parallel efficiently. By the end of this course, you'll have the knowledge to efficiently create an autoscaling strategy for your own applications.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Implementing Autoscaling Rules and Patterns11m
  3. Handling Long-running Tasks by Using Queues and Batches30m
  4. Writing Code to Handle Singleton Application Instances15m
  5. Writing Code to Handle Parallelism, Multithreading, Processing, and Asynchronous Processing22m
  6. Writing Code to Handle Distributed Transactions10m
  7. Writing Code to Handle Transient State11m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing CDNs for Storage

by Kamran Ayub

Jun 25, 2019 / 1h 28m

1h 28m

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While serving content from Azure Blob storage directly is feasible, it may not be the best fit in all scenarios. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing CDNs for Storage, you will gain the ability to integrate Azure CDN with Azure Blob Storage containers. First, you will learn how Azure CDN works and what scenarios it excels at. Next, you will discover how to configure Azure CDN on top of a blob storage container using common Azure tools and SDKs. Finally, you will explore how to maintain storage security with SAS token authentication. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Azure CDN needed to effectively enable serving content from your Azure Blob Storage account.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Azure CDN and Storage Concepts13m
  3. Implementing Azure CDN with Storage30m
  4. Storage Security with Azure CDN42m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Azure Cache

by Barry Luijbregts

Sep 4, 2018 / 1h 2m

1h 2m

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At the core of implementing cache using Azure is a thorough knowledge of Azure Redis Cache. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Implementing Azure Cache, you’ll learn how to implement Azure Redis cache in your applications. First, you’ll learn why you should cache data. Next, you’ll explore what Azure Redis Cache is. Finally, you’ll discover how to implement Azure Redis Cache in your application. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of implementing cache using Azure that will help you as you move forward to implement Azure Redis Cache in your applications and make them more performant.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Why Should We Cache Data?11m
  3. Implementing Azure Redis Cache26m
  4. Using Redis Cache for Session State10m
  5. Testing the Performance Benefits of Caching12m

Instrument Microsoft Azure Application Insights in a Web Application

by Jeff Hopper

Aug 13, 2018 / 50m

50m

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Part of building a successful web application is understanding how your application is being used and capturing exceptions before your users have a chance to report them. This requires embedding application monitoring within the logic of your application. In this course, Instrument Microsoft Azure Application Insights in a Web Application, you will receive an overview of how Application Insights can help you achieve this. First, you will learn how to integrate the SDK into your project. Next, you will explore the different metrics available for tracking. Finally, you will discover several different means to review and analyze these metrics within the Azure portal. When you are finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of the types of metrics available to help you monitor your application.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Implementing Azure Application Insights SDK in Code17m
  3. Configure Instrumentation in a Web Application31m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Monitoring Performance

by Fabien Ruffin

Dec 12, 2018 / 1h 10m

1h 10m

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Being able to understand how the different components of your applications are behaving and being notified proactively before an issue becomes a big problem is a critical part of ensuring a good uptime. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Monitoring Performance, you will learn foundational knowledge about Azure Monitor, which is at the core of Microsoft Azure. First, you will explore resource metrics in Azure Monitor. Next, you will discover how to configure alerts based on these metrics. Finally, you will learn how to monitor application-specific metrics using Application Insights. When you're finished with this course, you will know how to best take advantage of all the components of Azure Monitor to gain tremendous insights into your infrastructure and applications performance.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Foundational Concepts10m
  3. Working with Azure Monitor23m
  4. Configuring Alerts15m
  5. Exploring Application Behaviors with Azure Application Insights18m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Creating Enterprise Logic Apps

by Stephen W. Thomas

Sep 12, 2018 / 2h 15m

2h 15m

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With more companies using multiple Platform as a Server (PaaS) solutions in the enterprise, the need for communication between those systems or between those systems and on-premises is increasing. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Creating Enterprise Logic Apps, you will gain foundational knowledge of Azure Logic Apps in order to build and deploy enterprise solutions. First, you will learn the core components that make up the Azure Logic Apps platform. Next, you will discover the ways to customize the development experience. Finally, you will explore how to deploy Azure Logic Apps. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Azure Logic Apps needed to build and deploy enterprise solutions.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introduction to Microsoft Azure Logic Apps15m
  3. Design and Development of Logic Apps32m
  4. Building a Production Ready Logic App27m
  5. Customizing Development of Azure Logic Apps27m
  6. Enterprise Deployment of Logic Apps30m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Enabling Search of Textual Content

by Sahil Malik

Nov 27, 2018 / 1h 29m

1h 29m

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Search is so simple for the user, so ubiquitous, and yet so challenging to build. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Enabling Search of Textual Content, you'll explore Azure Search, a cloud-hosted solution which removes all the complexity of building search-based solutions, without removing any power. First, you will learn the basics of Azure search. Next, you'll discover how to build an end-to-end solution, utilizing simple search query syntax, Lucene Query Syntax, and OData query syntax. You'll also explore indexing, and how to push data into the index. Finally, you'll wrap up by examining an amazing new capability that lets you enhance your search via AI-based skill sets. By the end of this course, you will be well equipped to build amazing search-based solutions on any platform using Azure search.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introducing Azure Search17m
  3. Creating an Azure Search Index21m
  4. Importing Searchable Data13m
  5. Querying Azure Search Index15m
  6. Building a Cognitive Search Solution16m
  7. Conclusion and Further Resources3m

Implement Web and Mobile Services on Microsoft Azure

by Mike Pfeiffer

Feb 26, 2018 / 6h 30m

6h 30m

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This course, Implement Web and Mobile Services on Microsoft Azure, prepares developers for the "design and implement Azure compute, web, and mobile services" portion of the Microsoft 70-532 Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions exam. First, you will learn how to build Azure web, mobile, and API apps, and setup API management. Next you will cover how to implement Azure Functions and Logic Apps. Finally you will work with Service Fabric, and integrate DevOps practices. By the end of this course, you'll be prepared to pick up the 70-532 certification and skills for the real world.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Course Introduction 3m
  3. Deploying and Managing Web Apps 43m
  4. Implementing Azure Functions and WebJobs 1h 8m
  5. Working with API Management 53m
  6. Managing Azure App Service API Apps20m
  7. Developing Azure App Service Logic Apps39m
  8. Creating Azure App Service Mobile Apps 32m
  9. Implementing Azure Service Fabric Apps 40m
  10. Implementing Third Party PaaS Solutions 38m
  11. Designing and Implementing DevOps 46m

Microsoft Azure Developer: Enterprise Messaging and Eventing

by Stephen W. Thomas

Dec 11, 2018 / 2h 27m

2h 27m

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Nearly every Enterprise today has the need for some type of messaging and eventing. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Enterprise Messaging and Eventing, you will create Enterprise-grade Messaging and Eventing solutions inside Azure. First, you will learn about the available queuing options inside Azure. Next, you will discover how to make secure, cross data center connections using Hybrid available. Finally, you will explore how to create and handle events for near real-time notification and analytics. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge required to build Enterprise Messaging and Eventing solutions inside Azure needed to decrease the time to market for new solutions and help drive costs down.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview1m
  2. Introducing Messaging and Eventing in Microsoft Azure11m
  3. Enterprise Queuing Options Inside Microsoft Azure35m
  4. Hybrid Communication Using the Azure Relay Service14m
  5. Creating and Capturing Event Inside Azure with Event Grid29m
  6. Massive Event Stream Processing with Azure Event Hub43m
  7. Working with Azure Notification Hubs11m