Join Tiago Costa for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a storage queue, part of Developing Long-Running Tasks with Microsoft Azure.
- [Instructor] So let's create an Azure Storage Queue. … First step is to click where it says Create a Resource … here on the top corner left … and then we need to search for basically, storage account. … And it should be our first, there we go. … Now let's press Create … and then it shows up, the Create Storage Account plate. … In this Storage Account, … the first step will be the Subscription. … It's fine this one. … The Resource Group in our case … I already have a resource group that I want to put this on, … which is this one here … and then I need to say, okay, … what is the Storage Account Name for this … and I will just go for this one here, lilaccountdemo. … It's fine. … Then I should just select what is the location … of our storage account. … I'm fine with Central US, that's fine for me. … I would just leave the other as defaults. … I will just click Review and Create … and then I can review all them, … all my steps that I had, yeah that's fine. … Let's just press Create … and with this, I have created an Azure Storage Account. …
- Creating and using Azure Storage queues
- Using Azure Service Bus queues
- Security for Azure Service Bus queues
- Creating and scheduling WebJobs
- Creating Azure functions
- Running Azure Batch workloads
Skill Level Intermediate
Azure DevOps First Lookwith Jose Miguel Rady Allende17m 30s Beginner
Scaling Applications with Microsoft Azurewith Tiago Costa1h 30m Intermediate
What you should know1m 10s
1. Azure Queues
2. Azure WebJobs
3. Azure Functions and the Serverless Era
4. Large-Scale Parallel Compute
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