Join Tiago Costa for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Azure Administration: Implement and Manage Application Services.
- [Instructor] To make the most of this course, you should be familiar with Microsoft Azure, and also have some experience with one of the supported programming languages of the Azure App Service. It's also recommended that you're familiar with Visual Studio and all the tooling around it. All the demonstrations that I created for this course, they are basic implementations, so that we can focus on the core topics of the course instead of understanding the complex business cases that we can build with App Services. Microsoft constantly updates Microsoft Azure. We have to treat Azure as a moving target. If you see a different Azure portal user interface than the one that you find in the videos, that will be considered to be normal. So, a good reference point for you to learn more will be the official Microsoft Azure documentation under docs.microsoft.com. In order for you to following the demos, you will need a Microsoft Azure subscription. It's also recommended that you have an instance of Visual Studio 2019, you can even use the Community edition which is free for learning. Also, Visual Studio Code, which is free. And Azure Storage Explorer, that it's also free. And also some of calls that we have done to APIs I have used Postman to test and to show that. You can also grab Postman for free.
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