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Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches

by Iain Foulds

Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches

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Book Description

More than 100 Azure services offer everything you need to build and run your applications with all the performance, redundancy, security, and scale that the cloud has to offer. But knowing where to begin with all these services can seem overwhelming.

Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches, 2nd Edition, is a tutorial on writing, deploying, and running applications in Azure. In it, you'll work through 21 short lessons that give you real-world experience. Each lesson includes a hands-on lab so you can try out and lock in your new skills.

You can be incredibly productive with Azure without mastering every feature, function, and service. Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches, 2nd Edition gets you up and running quickly, teaching you the most important concepts and tasks in 21 practical bite-sized lessons. As you explore the examples, exercises, and labs, you'll pick up valuable skills immediately and take your first steps to Azure mastery! This fully revised new edition covers core changes to the Azure UI, new Azure features, Azure containers, and the upgraded Azure Kubernetes Service.

This open book is licensed under a Open Publication License (OPL). You can download Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches ebook for free in PDF format (18.8 MB).

Table of Contents

Part 1
Azure Core Services
Chapter 1
Before you begin
Chapter 2
Creating a virtual machine
Chapter 3
Azure Web Apps
Chapter 4
Introduction to Azure Storage
Chapter 5
Azure Networking basics
Part 2
High Availability and Scale
Chapter 6
Azure Resource Manager
Chapter 7
High availability and redundancy
Chapter 8
Load-balancing applications
Chapter 9
Applications that scale
Chapter 10
Global databases with Cosmos DB
Chapter 11
Managing network traffic and routing
Chapter 12
Monitoring and troubleshooting
Part 3
Secure by Default
Chapter 13
Backup, recovery, and replication
Chapter 14
Data encryption
Chapter 15
Securing information with Azure Key Vault
Chapter 16
Azure Security Center and updates
Part 4
The Cool Stuff
Chapter 17
Machine learning and artificial intelligence
Chapter 18
Azure Automation
Chapter 19
Azure containers
Chapter 20
Azure and the Internet of Things
Chapter 21
Serverless computing

Book Details

Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches
Computer Science
ISBN13 Digital
ISBN10 Digital
PDF Size
18.8 MB
Open Publication License

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