Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches (Iain Foulds)

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Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches (Iain Foulds)

You can design and run your apps with all the performance, redundancy, security, and scale that the cloud has to offer thanks to more than 100 Microsoft Azure services. But it can be confusing to know where to start with all these options.

You will learn the fundamental methods for creating, deploying, and running cloud-based applications in Azure through this book. You'll learn the fundamentals in it, such as how to build web servers, set up cloud-based virtual machines, and use hosted data stores.

You will examine broad issues like security, scaling, and automation as you progress through the book's 21 meticulously crafted lessons.

Even Azure's prebuilt services for machine containers and serverless computing will be explored by you!

  • Getting started, from your first login
  • Writing and deploying web servers
  • Securing your applications and data
  • Automating your environment
  • Azure services for machine learning, serverless computing, and more

Ebook Details

About the Authors
Iain Foulds is a senior content developer for Azure at Microsoft. He worked as an engineer for more than ten years, creating and managing virtualized setups and teaching Azure.
Published Date / Year
2nd Edition (2020); eBook (2nd Edition, 2020, Microsoft)
375 pages
eBook Format

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