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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Data Access and Services with Microsoft Azure $74.95
Preparing and Packaging Applications For Deployment $74.95
Web Application and Services Deployment $74.95

Bundle Price: $139.00
Total Savings: $85.85


Data Access and Services with Microsoft Azure

This course covers the various data storage and messaging technologies available in Microsoft's Azure cloud services, and is one of a series that prepares students for Microsoft exam 70-487.

Learning Objectives
  • Start the course
  • Identify the different storage options available in Azure and how to choose between them
  • Examine the Azure web portal, where to find the various components, and what's available
  • Explain how Azure caching compares with traditional in-memory, in-process caching
  • Explain the Azure blob storage service
  • Create a new blob store in Azure
  • Add new files to a blob store in Azure and work with a virtual file system
  • Make Azure blobs public or private
  • Use the Azure Blob REST API
  • Use the Azure content delivery network (CDN) to distribute blobs
  • Explain the Azure table storage service
  • Retrieve, create, or delete tables stored in Azure
  • Retrieve existing entities from tables stored in Azure
  • Add, modify, and delete existing entities in tables stored in Azure
  • Use the Azure Tables REST API
  • Explain the Azure storage queue service
  • Check for, create, or delete queues in Azure
  • Add a new message to an existing queue in Azure
  • Retrieve the next available message from a queue in Azure
  • Access the next message in a queue in Azure without physically removing the message
  • Explain Service Bus queues and how they compare with storage queues in Azure
  • Create a namespace for Service Bus queues in Azure
  • Obtain the credentials required to work with Service Bus queues in Azure
  • Create a new Service Bus queue and send messages to it
  • Receive messages from a Service Bus queue in Azure
  • Work with Service Bus Topics and Subscriptions
  • Use the Azure Service Bus REST API
  • Host WCF services within Azure worker roles and configure different bindings for them
  • Explain the use of the Azure Service Bus relay service by WCF services
  • Implement resilient, asynchronous WCF services on Azure storage and Service Bus queues
  • Use Azure's storage options

Preparing and Packaging Applications For Deployment

This course covers the key aspects of and approaches to packaging .NET applications for deployment and is one of a series that prepares students for Microsoft exam 70-487.

Learning Objectives
  • Start the course
  • Use Xcopy to deploy a .NET application without packaging it
  • Describe application packaging and deployment options in .NET
  • Switch between the Debug and Release modes
  • Configure IIS server settings using an in-built mechanism
  • Set application permissions and passwords
  • Configure the new App Suspend model
  • Use XSLT transformations to prepare web.config files for packaging
  • Include or exclude files in a final application package
  • Describe how certificates are used and how to include them in application packages
  • Create and configure an IIS Application Pool
  • Configure the settings for an Azure deployment or just a single role
  • Use interning to share assemblies across servers and projects
  • Implement assembly signing and strong naming
  • Add an assembly to the Global Assembly Cache (GAC) as part of an application deployment
  • Implement assembly and file versioning
  • Create an assembly manifest
  • Configure assembly binding redirects
  • Manually create an application package for deployment
  • Create an IIS install package for distributing a web application
  • Automatically create an application package as part of the build process
  • Automate a build from a TFS build server
  • Configure Azure settings for an application as part of the packaging process
  • Prepare an application for packaging

Web Application and Services Deployment

This course covers the deployment of on-premises, hosted, and Azure-based .NET applications and is one of a series that prepares students for Microsoft exam 70-487.

Learning Objectives
  • Start the course
  • Manually deploy an IIS install package to a web farm
  • Automatically deploy an application from a Team Foundation Server (TFS) build server
  • Deploy Azure applications directly from Visual Studio
  • Deploy Azure applications directly from a TFS build server
  • Perform an in-place upgrade of an existing Azure application
  • Perform a VIP swap upgrade of an existing Azure application
  • Explain and configure upgrade domains for Azure applications
  • Map internal and external endpoints for an Azure application
  • Configure the underlying operating system instance for an Azure application
  • Deploy Azure web site applications
  • Install and update existing NuGet packages
  • Create and configure a NuGet package
  • Create a NuGet package repository and connect to it to upload and download packages
  • Connect to a local repository cache of NuGet packages
  • Deploy Azure and web applications for production
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Microsoft Azure and Web Services e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252883
  • Duration:
    7 hours
  • Price:
    $139