Azure WebJobs allows you to run background tasks in the same computer as the web application. In this video, learn what WebJobs are, explore their main features, and discover how you can easily create background tasks under WebJobs.
- [Instructor] Many types of applications, … they require background tasks … to run independently from the UI. … Examples of this include a batch job, … an intensive processing task, … or just long-running processes. … Background jobs can be executed … also without requiring user interaction. … So, the application can just start job … and then continues to process … interactively requests from users. … This can help to minimize the load … of the application UI. … And then with this we will improve the availability … and reduce interactive response times. … The app service comes with a feature … that is called Azure WebJobs. … And Azure WebJobs is the app service feature … to run background jobs. … They run in the same context of the web app. … So you get all the same variables, … access to everything that you have from a web app, … you also get it from the WebJob. … This is not supported in app services for Linux. … We can schedule via a cron expression. … We can run them on demand, …
This course is an ideal deep dive for Azure admins and DevOps professionals wishing to understand more about how to use Azure App Service—as well as anyone wishing to advance their App Service skills in preparation for the AZ-103 Azure Admin exam.
- Azure App Service plans
- Overview of Azure Logic Apps and Functions
- Creating a web app in Azure
- Scaling web apps
- Running containers
- Managing App Service traffic and more
- Deploying Azure web apps
- Protecting your apps
- Authenticating users
- Backing up and monitoring App Service
Skill Level Intermediate
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What you should know1m 36s
1. Introduction to Azure App Service
2. Azure Web Apps
3. Managing App Service
5. Security and Advanced Features
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