Azure Platform as a Service–Web & APIApplication Deployment
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Azure Platform as a Service–Web & APIApplication Deployment

Make use of Azure Services to build a custom PaaS Azure Cloud using App services, Database as a Service, and Data Proces
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Last updated 5/2018
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  • 6.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Deliver high-bandwidth content with Azure CDN and Akamai
  • Load-test your applications with Azure Portal and VSTS
  • Manage and scale multiple databases with Azure SQL Elastic
  • Develop databases with Azure Table Storage
  • Leverage Azure Redis Cache as a Service for high throughput and low latency
  • Discover and consume enterprise data assets with Azure Data Catalog
Requirements
  • A basic understanding of Microsoft Azure will be an added advantage.
Description

Microsoft Azure provides various services to enable Platform as a Service-based cloud development, allowing you to deliver both simple cloud-based applications and sophisticated and heavy-duty cloud-based enterprise services. This video tutorial will provide you with the necessary know-how to leverage Azure services to build your own PaaS cloud. You'll start by exploring Azure App Services, and learn to work with supported application types based on different parameters such as languages and functions. You'll learn to configure, publish, secure, and analyze your application APIs with Azure API management. Going further, you will learn to leverage Database as a Service in Azure, and work with different options for database management and also different types of databases such as MySQL and PostgreSQL. You'll even learn to develop NoSQL databases with the help of Azure Table Storage. Next, you will delve into Data Processing as a Service, and learn how to create custom searches for your application, enable messaging between applications and services, and work with data using Azure Data Factory and Azure Data Catalog.

About the Author

Brian Christopher Harrison has been involved with Microsoft Azure since 2012, and is currently a Cloud Solutions Architect at Microsoft. He has been involved in Microsoft training, and has actively blogged and spoken about Azure on Microsoft's site and also has his own screencasts.

Who this course is for:
  • This video tutorial is aimed at IT admins and cloud developers who would like to develop their clouds following the Platform as a Service model with Azure.
Course content
Expand all 24 lectures 06:16:48
+ App Services
11 lectures 02:44:20

This video gives an overview of the entire course.

Preview 06:37
What is a great way to deploy web and API applications into a cloud environment without having to manage virtual machines or required networking?
App Service Types and App Plans – Part One
19:00

In this video, we will continue to learn the app service types.

App Service Types and App Plans – Part Two
10:32

What are all of the possible configuration options for a deployed app service, including security and development configurations?

App Service Configuration – Part One
15:13

In this video, we will continue to learn the app service configuration.

App Service Configuration – Part Two
15:24

In this video, we will continue to learn the app service configuration.

App Service Configuration – Part Three
14:57
Is there a feature or function within Azure that can provide high bandwidth, low latency content in combination with applications that have been deployed to app services?
Content Delivery Networks
16:10
What is the best way to manage the APIs that you are deploying through subscription products, documentation, and security policies?
API Management – Part One
12:12

In this video, we will continue to learn the API management.

API Management – Part Two
17:29

Once the app service has been deployed how can you guarantee that the application within is highly available and how can your developers debug, troubleshoot and test to make sure that the application code will function appropriately?

Web Application Performance – Part One
14:44
In this video, we will continue to learn the web application performance.
Web Application Performance – Part Two
22:02
+ Database as a Service
8 lectures 02:12:11
When we deploy applications with Azure, how can we provide the databases that exist behind the applications? If the application is MS SQL server, then how can Azure SQL provide the necessary capability?
Preview 18:18

In this video, we will continue to learn the Azure SQL.

Azure SQL – Part Two
15:01
In this video, we will continue to learn the Azure SQL.
Azure SQL – Part Three
13:41

Using Azure SQL, how can we provide the same level of service for multiple SQL databases like you do for a single database?

Azure SQL Elastic
15:49

Does Azure provide services for other flavors of database other than MS SQL? If so, what capabilities do these services provide in comparison to the Azure SQL service?

Working with MySQL and PostgreSQL
14:26

What is the easiest way to create a simple NoSQL database in Azure? Using Azure Table Storage, how can you create a table and then access it from either the Azure Portal or Azure Storage Explorer?

Azure Table Storage
18:05

What are the options available outside of Azure Table Storage within Azure for NoSQL databases? What are the features that Cosmos DB can provide to deliver NoSQL databases?

NoSQL Databases
15:50

When a developer or application needs access to static data in low-latency database form, what in-memory databases are available within Azure?

Leveraging Redis Cache
21:01
+ Data Processing as a Service
5 lectures 01:20:17

Does Azure provide a full-text search engine option within Azure and if so, what are some of the features and how can data be loaded into the engine?

Full-Text Search as a Service
17:45
When developers want to build applications that leverage a publisher, subscriber model or leverage event-based programming, what services within Azure are available?
Messaging as a Service – Part One
13:15
In this video, we will continue to learn messaging as a service.
Messaging as a Service – Part Two
16:49
Many enterprise applications require that data be brought together from different sources or manipulated before being used in Analytics or Reporting engines. In such cases, what service does Azure provide to help automate these types of processes?
Data Transformation as a Service
17:56

When large organizations have many disparate data sources, how can employees find data that they need for their specific uses?

Azure Data Catalog
14:32