App services are a fundamental piece of Platform as a Service (PaaS). Learn about how to decide if you want to deploy solutions using App Service.
- [Instructor] When looking at migrating … their existing workloads into the cloud, … many people look at virtual machines … as being the most logical first step … because it's the easiest. … Just take your existing software and applications … and replicate them identically in the cloud. … A virtual machine is very similar … to the servers you are used to working with. … App Services, however, … is a new type of deployment metaphor … for running applications, and some people … might not be used to it. … I used the analogy in a previous lesson … that a virtual machine is like having an apartment … in an apartment building … that is completely yours … and you can do what you wish inside. … Well, continuing that analogy, … App Services might be like a hotel room. … You can lock the door. … You can go to sleep. … But you really can't do whatever you wish … inside a hotel room. … You can't changed the furniture. … You can't paint the walls. … It's not yours. … So App Services is a platform as a service offering …
- Azure compute options
- Regions and availability zones
- Advantages of cloud computing
- Azure virtual machines
- Virtual machine scale sets
- Functions and logic apps
- Reserved instances and hybrid option
- Dev/Test licensing
- High-performance compute
Skill Level Advanced
Azure Administration: Manage Identitieswith Sharon Bennett1h 15m Intermediate
What you should know1m 46s
1. Azure Compute Basics
2. Computing Options
3. Managing Costs
4. High Performance Compute
5. Management Tools
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