Presented by Ido Flatow
Running time: 196 minutes
In this class you will learn how to create a secure, durable, scalable, low-latency line-of-business (LOB) web application with Microsoft Azure’s hosting, storage, database, cache, and Active Directory.
During this training you will learn how to:
- Create, deploy, and diagnose web applications in Microsoft Azure
- Use data in Microsoft Azure using Azure storage, Azure SQL Database, and Azure Cache services
- Secure web applications using Azure Active Directory (AAD) and how to use AAD from code with the Graph API
Session 1: Developing Web Applications in Microsoft Azure
In this session we will learn how to develop and deploy web applications to Microsoft Azure using Web Sites and Cloud Services. We will also learn how to diagnose and debug our applications in the cloud.
Session 2: Integrating Microsoft Azure Data Solutions in Web Applications
In this session we will learn how to use Azure storage to store files and NoSQL data. We will learn how to store relational data in Azure SQL Database, and how to replace our in-memory cache and session state with the Azure Cache service.
Session 3: Securing Web Applications in Microsoft Azure
In this session we will learn how to manage users with Azure Active Directory, and how to integrate AAD to our web applications. We will also learn how we can query and manipulate AAD from our web applications with the Graph API.
Ido Fatow is a senior architect and trainer at SELA Group, a Microsoft ASP.NET/IIS MVP, and an expert on Microsoft Azure and web technologies, such as WCF, ASP.NET, and IIS. Ido is the co–author of Microsoft's official courses for WCF 4 and Building Web Services for Microsoft Azure, the co-author of the books Pro .NET Performance and Pro Single Page Application Development, and the manager of the Israeli Web Developers User Group.
If you have any questions regarding this event, the registration process or would like to register more than one attendee, please contact us directly.
Phone: 800-262-1954 or 913-967-1719