AZ-204 - Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure

This course teaches developers how to create end-to-end solutions in Microsoft Azure. Students will learn how to implement Azure compute solutions, create Azure Functions, implement and manage web apps, develop solutions utilizing Azure storage, implement authentication and authorization, and secure their solutions by using KeyVault and Managed Identities. Students will also learn how to connect to and consume Azure services and third-party services, and include event- and message-based models in their solutions. The course also covers monitoring, troubleshooting, and optimizing Azure solutions.

INR 75000 + tax

Date : 10 Oct 2022

Code: az-204

Duration: 5.0 days

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Objectives

  • Describe Azure App Service key components and value.
  • Explain how Azure App Service manages authentication and authorization.
  • Identify methods to control inbound and outbound traffic to your web app.
  • Deploy an app to App Service using Azure CLI commands.
  • Create application settings that are bound to deployment slots.
  • Explain the options for installing SSL/TLS certificates for your app.
  • Enable diagnostic logging for your app to aid in monitoring and debugging.
  • Create virtual app to directory mappings.
  • Identify scenarios for which autoscaling is an appropriate solution.
  • Create autoscaling rules for a web app.
  • Monitor the effects of autoscaling.
  • Describe the benefits of using deployment slots.
  • Understand how slot swapping operates in App Service.
  • Perform manual swaps and enable auto swap.
  • Route traffic manually and automatically.
  • Explain functional differences between Azure Functions, Azure Logic Apps, and WebJobs
  • Describe Azure Functions hosting plan options
  • Describe how Azure Functions scale to meet business needs
  • Explain the key components of a function and how they are structured
  • Create triggers and bindings to control when a function runs and where the output is directed
  • Connect a function to services in Azure
  • Create a function by using Visual Studio Code and the Azure Functions Core Tools
  • Describe the app patterns typically used in durable functions
  • Describe the four durable function types
  • Explain the function Task Hubs perform in durable functions
  • Describe the use of durable orchestrations, timers, and events
  • Identify the different types of storage accounts and the resource hierarchy for blob storage.
  • Explain how data is securely stored and protected through redundancy.
  • Create a block blob storage account by using the Azure Cloud Shell.
  • Describe how each of the access tiers are optimized.
  • Create and implement a lifecycle policy.
  • Rehydrate blob data stored in an archive tier.
  • Create an application to create and manipulate data by using the Azure Storage client library for Blob storage.
  • Manage container properties and metadata by using .NET and REST.
  • Identify the key benefits provided by Azure Cosmos DB
  • Describe the elements in an Azure Cosmos DB account and how they are organized
  • Explain the different consistency levels and choose the correct one for your project
  • Explore the APIs supported in Azure Cosmos DB and choose the appropriate API for your solution
  • Describe how request units impact costs
  • Create Azure Cosmos DB resources by using the Azure portal.
  • Describe the differences between logical and physical partitions
  • Choose the appropriate partition key for your solution
  • Create a synthetic partition key
  • Identify classes and methods used to create resources
  • Create resources by using the Azure Cosmos DB .NET v3 SDK
  • Write stored procedures, triggers, and user-defined functions by using JavaScript
  • Describe the design considerations for creating a virtual machine to support your apps needs.
  • Explain the different availability options for Azure VMs.
  • Describe the VM sizing options.
  • Create an Azure VM by using the Azure CLI.
  • Describe what role Azure Resource Manager (ARM) has in Azure and the benefits of using ARM templates.
  • Explain what happens when ARM templates are deployed and how to structure them to support your solution.
  • Create a template with conditional resource deployments.
  • Choose the correct deployment mode for your solution.
  • Create and deploy an ARM template by using Visual Studio Code.
  • Explain the features and benefits Azure Container Registry offers.
  • Describe how to use ACR Tasks to automate builds and deployments.
  • Explain the elements in a Dockerfile.
  • Build and run an image in the ACR by using Azure CLI.
  • Describe the benefits of Azure Container Instances and how resources are grouped.
  • Deploy a container instance in Azure by using the Azure CLI.
  • Start and stop containers using policies.
  • Set environment variables in your container instances.
  • Mount file shares in your container instances.
  • Identify the components of the Microsoft identity platform.
  • Describe the three types of service principals and how they relate to application objects.
  • Explain how permissions and user consent operate, and how conditional access impacts your application.
  • Explain the benefits of using Microsoft Authentication Library and the application types and scenarios it supports.
  • Instantiate both public and confidential client apps from code.
  • Register an app with the Microsoft identity platform.
  • Create an app that retrieves a token by using the MSAL.NET library.
  • Identify the three types of shared access signatures.
  • Explain when to implement shared access signatures.
  • Create a stored access policy.
  • Explain the benefits of using Microsoft Graph.
  • Perform operations on Microsoft Graph by using REST and SDKs.
  • Apply best practices to help your applications get the most out of Microsoft Graph.
  • Describe the benefits of using Azure Key Vault
  • Explain how to authenticate to Azure Key Vault
  • Set and retrieve a secret from Azure Key Vault by using the Azure CLI
  • Explain the differences between the two types of managed identities
  • Describe the flows for user- and system-assigned managed identities
  • Configure managed identities
  • Acquire access tokens by using REST and code
  • Explain the benefits of using Azure App Configuration
  • Describe how Azure App Configuration stores information
  • Implement feature management
  • Securely access your app configuration information
  • Describe the components (and their functions) of the API Management service.
  • Explain how API gateways can help manage calls to your APIs.
  • Secure access to APIs by using subscriptions and certificates.
  • Create a backend API.
  • Describe how Event Grid operates and how it connects to services and event handlers.
  • Explain how Event Grid delivers events and how it handles errors.
  • Implement authentication and authorization.
  • Route custom events to web endpoint by using Azure CLI.
  • Describe the benefits of using Event Hubs and how it captures streaming data.
  • Explain how to process events.
  • Perform common operations with the Event Hubs client library.
  • Choose the appropriate queue mechanism for your solution.
  • Explain how the messaging entities that form the core capabilities of Service Bus operate.
  • Send and receive message from a Service Bus queue by using .NET.
  • Identify the key components of Azure Queue Storage
  • Create queues and manage messages in Azure Queue Storage by using .NET.
  • Explain how Azure Monitor operates as the center of monitoring in Azure.
  • Describe how Application Insights works and how it collects events and metrics.
  • Instrument an app for monitoring, perform availability tests, and use Application Map to help you monitor performance and troubleshoot issues.
  • Explain the key scenarios Azure Cache for Redis covers and its service tiers.
  • Identify the key parameters for creating an Azure Cache for Redis instance and interact with the cache.
  • Connect an app to Azure Cache for Redis by using .NET Core.
  • Explain how the Azure Content Delivery Network works and how it can improve the user experience.
  • Control caching behavior and purge content.
  • Perform actions on Azure CDN by using the Azure CDN Library for .NET.

Content

1. Explore Azure App Service

Learn about the key components of Azure App Service and how App Service can help you create, maintain, and deploy web apps more efficiently.

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2. Configure web app settings

Learn how to create and manage application settings, install SSL/TLS certificates to secure web traffic, enable diagnostic logging, create virtual app to directory mappings, and manage app features.

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3. Scale apps in Azure App Service

Learn how autoscale operates in App Service and how to identify autoscale factors, enable autoscale, and how to create sound autoscale conditions.

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4. Explore Azure App Service deployment slots

In this module you will learn how slot swapping operates and how to perform a swap. You will also learn how to route traffic to different slots manually and automatically.

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5. Explore Azure Functions

Learn how Azure Functions can be a great solution for data processing, systems integration, and building simple APIs and microservices.

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6. Develop Azure Functions

Learn how to create and deploy Azure Functions.

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7. Implement Durable Functions

Learn how Durable Functions can simplify complex, stateful coordination requirements in serverless applications.

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8. Explore Azure Blob storage

Learn the core features and functionality of Azure Blob storage.

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9. Manage the Azure Blob storage lifecycle

Learn how to manage data availability throughout the Azure Blob storage lifecycle.

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10. Work with Azure Blob storage

Learn how to use the Azure Blob storage client library to create and update Blob storage resources.

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11. Explore Azure Cosmos DB

Learn the core features and functionality of Azure Cosmos DB.

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12. Implement partitioning in Azure Cosmos DB

Learn how partitions are organized in Azure Cosmos DB and how to choose an appropriate partition key for your solution.

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13. Work with Azure Cosmos DB

Learn how to develop client and server-side programming solutions on Azure Cosmos DB.

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14. Provision virtual machines in Azure

Learn the availability and sizing options of Azure Virtual Machines, and how to create a virtual machine by using the Azure CLI.

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15. Create and deploy Azure Resource Manager templates

Learn how Azure Resource Manager (ARM) can help streamline deployments, choose the correct deployment mode for your solution, and create and deploy an ARM template.

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16. Manage container images in Azure Container Registry

Learn how to use Azure Container Registry to store your container images, and automate builds and deployments.

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17. Run container images in Azure Container Instances

Learn how Azure Container Instances can help you quickly deploy containers, how to set environment variables, and specify container restart policies.

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18. Explore the Microsoft identity platform

Learn the core features and functionality of the Microsoft identity platform which includes authentication service, open-source libraries, and application management tools to enable and control access to resources.

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19. Implement authentication by using the Microsoft Authentication Library

Learn how to implement authentication by using the Microsoft Authentication Library.

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20. Implement shared access signatures

Learn how to use shared access signatures to authorize access to storage resources.

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21. Explore Microsoft Graph

Learn how Microsoft Graph facilitates the access and flow of data and how to form queries through REST and code.

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22. Implement Azure Key Vault

Learn how Azure Key Vault can help you keep your apps more secure, and how to set and retrieve secrets by using the Azure CLI.

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23. Implement managed identities

Learn how managed identities can help you deploy secure solutions on Azure without the need to manage credentials.

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24. Implement Azure App Configuration

Learn how to use Azure App Configuration service to centrally manage and secure your configuration settings, and to manage app features.

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25. Explore API Management

Learn how the API Management service functions, how to transform and secure APIs, and how to create a backend API.

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26. Explore Azure Event Grid

Learn how to integrate Azure Event Grid in to your solution, implement access control to events, and how to route custom events to web endpoint by using Azure CLI.

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27. Explore Azure Event Hubs

Learn how Azure Event Hubs captures events and how to scale your processing application.

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28. Discover Azure message queues

Learn how to integrate Azure Service Bus and Azure Queue storage in to your solution, and how to send and receive message by using .NET.

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29. Monitor app performance

Learn how to use the tools offered in Application Insights to enhance the performance and stability of your applications.

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30. Develop for Azure Cache for Redis

Learn how to configure Azure Cache for Redis, interact with the cache, and connect an application to Azure Cache for Redis by using .NET.

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31. Develop for storage on CDNs

Learn how the Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) functions, how to control cache behavior, and how to perform actions by using .NET.

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Audience

Students in this course are interested in Azure development or in passing the Microsoft Azure Developer Associate certification exam.

Prerequisites

To be successful in this course, learners should have the following:

  • Hands-on experience with Azure IaaS and PaaS solutions, and the Azure Portal.
  • Experience writing in an Azure supported language at the intermediate level. (C#, JavaScript, Python, or Java)
  • Ability to write code to connect and perform operations on, a SQL or NoSQL database product. (SQL Server, Oracle, MongoDB, Cassandra or similar)
  • Experience writing code to handle authentication, authorization, and other security principles at the intermediate level.
  • A general understanding of HTML, the HTTP protocol and REST API interfaces.

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