Join Tiago Costa for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Developing Long-Running Tasks with Microsoft Azure.
- [Instructor] To make the most of this course you should be familiar with Microsoft Azure. Also have some experience with C# and Visual Studio. Demonstrations on the course are basic implementations so that you can focus on the course content and not the implementation of very complex business cases. Microsoft constantly updates Microsoft Azure. We have to treat Microsoft Azure as a moving target. So, if you see a different portal UI than the one that you see on the course, that will be normal. So a good reference point for you to learn more will be also the Microsoft Azure documentation. I provided code examples both begin and end stage for your reference along the course. For you to keep along on the code, you should have my Microsoft Azure subscription, a Microsoft Visual Studio 2017 and Azure tools installed, Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer, and also the Azure Batch Explorer. Don't forget that some of the code examples are only available on the paid tier of Azure. So don't forget delete your resources when you finish your examples.
- 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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