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IIS and Web Services

Target Audience
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number
Expertise Level

When developing a distributed app that must be run locally, IIS is available and can be configured to scale and run web services. In this course, you will learn about IIS and how to create a web service, as you prepare for exam 70-487.

Target Audience
System administrators who will be managing IIS running web services and software developers who will be creating web services


Expected Duration (hours)

Lesson Objectives

IIS and Web Services

  • start the course
  • recognize the benefits and core capabilities of IIS
  • install and configure IIS for hosting web apps
  • create and host an ASP.NET web app
  • use OWIN to create and host a simple web app
  • configure and use logs to troubleshoot problems with IIS
  • use performance counters to troubleshoot IIS at the worker and application levels
  • distinguish between synchronous and asynchronous operations
  • perform synchronous operations using ADO.NET basic objects and readers
  • perform an asynchronous operation with ADO.NET
  • use asynchronous operations with Entity Framework
  • design and describe a Web API service and how routing works
  • create routing rules and use the Routing Tables
  • create a controller using Action methods
  • bind parameters to Request Messages in a Controller
  • use SignalR to implement WebSockets to create a real-time web app
  • manage IIS, troubleshoot IIS, and create a web service
  • Course Number:

    Expertise Level