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Learn the basics about Microsoft Azure services such as Web Applications, App Services, Cloud Services, Virtual Machines and Databases using the classic and new Azure Portals.
Migrate your web apps, services, virtual machines and databases to Azure and the cloud! This increases availability, scalability and can even be cheaper than your current solution!
Enroll now, if by the time you finish this course you are not entirely happy with its content, or the way I answered to your questions, you can have your money back! You have a 30 day money back guarantee, no questions asked.
With this course you will not only fully understand what cloud computing is and how it's classified, you will also learn to host your solutions and applications in Azure.
By the end of this course you will have the knowledge to host your web sites, web apps, web services, virtual machines and databases in the cloud with Microsoft Azure services.
Learn how you can do all that and more with this course!
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Desktop, iOS and Android.
Certificate of completion.
|Section 1: Getting started with cloud computing and Microsoft Azure|
Intro to the course.Preview
Now the default Portal is the Azure Portal located at portal.azure.com, changing the legacy portal that can still be accessed from manage.windowazure.com.
Install the necessary tools to get started with this course.
[DEPRECATED] Getting the tools.Preview
What is cloud computing?Preview
Software as a ServicePreview
Platform as a ServicePreview
Infrastructure as a ServicePreview
What is Microsoft Azure?Preview
Accessing the Classic and the New Portal
|Section 2: [Classic Portal] Azure websites|
Intro to Azure websitesPreview
Creating a web app on Microsoft Azure
Scaling the website from the Azure Management Portal
Adding content to the website through FTP
Adding content to the website through Visual Studio
Adding content to the website through Dropbox!
|Section 3: [New Portal] Azure App Services|
Let's talk briefly about Azure App Service and Azure App Service plans.
Talking about what an App Service Plan is and how it is useful.
Creating an App Service Plan
Creating a Web App Service
Scaling the Web App (through the App Service Plan)
Manually Scaling an App Service Plan
Scaling an App Service Plan by CPU usage
Scaling an App Service Plan by Schedule and Performance Rules
|Section 4: Cloud services|
Intro to Cloud Services inside AzurePreview
Creating a Cloud Service
Publishing a Cloud Service
Scaling your Cloud Service
Monitoring the Cloud Service
|Section 5: Virtual Machines|
Creating a VMPreview
Connecting to the VM with a remote desktop
Adding Virtual Hard Drives to the VM
Managing and scaling the VM
Capture an Image from the VM so you can create clones of that VM.
|Section 6: [New Portal] Virtual Machines|
Using the New Azure Portal to create a Virtual Machine.
Connecting to a VM using the Remote Desktop Connection.
[New Portal] Attaching virtual disks
Before being able to use this attached virtual hardrives from within the virtual machine, we need to format them so the system recognizes them. It is not just about attaching them from the Azure portal, we need to do some quick configurations. On Windows, this is done almost automatically.
|Section 7: Databases|
Intro to chapterPreview
Azure SQL Database
Create Azure SQL Database
Connecting to the Azure SQL Database from SQL Server Management Studio
Business continuity: Copying, exporting and importing the Database
Connecting to applications
|Section 8: Management Tools|
Intro to chapterPreview
Managing Azure Services from Visual Studio
Managing Azure Services from Power Shell
Managing Azure Services from Cross-Platform Command Line Interface
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