Technical Assessment: Technical Assessment for Using Azure for Application Development
Are you preparing for Exam 70-534: Architecting Microsoft Azure Solutions? Want to create public and hybrid cloud solutions? Take your web development skills to the next level, in this practical and informative event. Experts Michael Withrow, Ranger Due, Brett Hacker, Walter Myers, Cale Teeter, and Ryan Volum explore infrastructure and platform solutions to meet the functional, operational, and deployment requirements through the solution lifecycle. Get conceptual overviews and useful tips, and see demos that showcase skills and technical tasks verified by the exam, in preparation for the Microsoft Azure Developer Specialist certification. Skill up on Azure, get exam ready, and learn to set up enterprise-grade projects.
Are you preparing for Exam 70-532: Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions? Want to build robust and resilient cloud applications? Take your web development skills and go beyond the essentials, in this practical and informative training. Experts Bret Stateham and Sidney Andrews explore the most used Azure services, including Websites, Virtual Machines, Cloud Services, Storage, and Service Bus. Get conceptual overviews and useful tips, and see demos that showcase skills and technical tasks verified by the exam, in preparation for the Microsoft Azure Developer Specialist certification. Go from implementation to understanding, as you skill up on Azure, get exam ready, and learn to set up enterprise-grade projects.
This session starts with an introduction to Azure Infrastructure Services. Topics include creating virtual machines, managing virtual machine storage and automated provisioning with PowerShell.
This topic covers networking with Azure Infrastructure Services. Learn how to enable, secure and load balance network endpoints. Learn about hybrid connectivity options with Azure Virtual Networks as well as distributing traffic globally with Azure Traffic Manager.
This topic will start with an introduction to Azure Active Directory and then progress into key features of the service, such as configuring access to SaaS applications, supporting multi-factor authentication and then compare and contrast premium features of the service. The module will also cover running Windows Server AD workloads in Azure Virtual Machines.
This session will focus on integration strategies for applications deployed using Azure Websites and Azure Cloud Services. Learn how to securely consume services in a virtual machine from your applications.
In this session students will learn how to use the Azure PowerShell cmdlets for management and monitoring in addition to using the capabilities of the Azure Management Portal for configuring alerts and auto scale. See also how capabilities of System Center can be used for workloads running in Azure.
Integrate your app with Visual Studio Online using these REST APIs. These APIs follow this pattern.
The service hook publishers define a set of events. You create subscriptions based on an event and select the service hook consumer and action to take in response to that event from the publisher.
If you haven't already seen it, look at the information on getting started with these APIs.
Every project needs a backlog, the place where you keep a prioritized list of work or requirements. As you move from ideas to shipping software, your backlog acts as a repository of all the information you need to stay on track. Because the most important work appears at the top of the list, your team knows what to work on next.
While your product backlog maintains the full set of requirements to build your product, sprint backlogs show a filtered subset of these requirements. Scrum teams use sprint backlogs to target what they’ll build during the sprint.
Whether your software project is large, small, or brand new, in most cases you'll be better off if you use version control as early as possible. Here, we'll show you how to get started with Git, a distributed system. If you want to work in a centralized system, you can instead use TFVC with Visual Studio Online.
Visual Studio Online Frequently Asked Questions
After you create a Visual Studio Online account, create your first team project to store your code.
You can assign licenses at the same time that you're adding users to your Visual Studio Online account. That way, you can make sure that each user gets the correct access to the features they need.
Changing roles and responsibilities in your group might require that you change the overall account ownership to a different person. There are certain actions that only the account owner can perform, so you should make sure to keep account ownership up-to-date. Many people can contribute to projects, but there is only one owner for an account.
Store your code, tests, and test results in the cloud with Visual Studio Online. You can then access your code from anywhere with your development tools, build your app, run tests, and deploy. No setup needed. Whether by yourself or on a team, plan your work and collaborate better with others because you can see what everyone's working on. And, Visual Studio Online is free for up to five team members.
The Cloud Platform competency enables you to capitalize on the growing demand for infrastructure and software as a service (SaaS) solutions built on Microsoft Azure, providing you with additional support and incentives as you grow your business.
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