Join Sharon Bennett for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of Microsoft Azure: Design and Implement App Service Apps.
- [Instructor] Please feel free to download, modify, and use the exercise files that are included with this course. All of the scripts that I will create during the course will be saved to the Exercise Files folder, which I happen to keep on my desktop. You may opt to keep your files in another location. The files are arranged by movie and chapter, for example, CH02_03 corresponds to the second chapter and the third movie. You will notice during my demonstrations I will enter the commands that are required into a file called untitled.ps1.
Once we have run through the script and the demonstration is over, I will go ahead and save that file with a descriptive name such as AzureRMWebAppCmdlets. The scripts and templates I use during the course contain private information about my Azure subscription and other information that is required for the demonstrations. That information has been removed from these files which means you'll have to modify the scripts as necessary. Let me show you what I mean. I'm going to go ahead and open up AzureRMWebAppCmdlets.
This will open with PowerShell ISE and these will be the cmdlets that I will use during the demonstration, but I will have to change some of them such as SubscriptionName. I will have to enter in my Azure subscription name just as you will have to enter in yours. Also, I have named my variables. You may not like these names, but more likely, you'll have names that are descriptive and representative of your environment. Please use these files to help further your learning.
- Deploying Web Apps
- Creating App Service plans
- Deploying and moving apps
- Configuring app settings
- Managing Web Apps using PowerShell and CLI
- Configuring alerts
- Enabling diagnostic logs
- Retrieving and streaming logs
- Configuring Web Apps for scale and resilience