Microsoft Certified: Azure Developer Associate: AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure (2023)

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  • 15 Courses | 15h 41m 14s
  • Includes Test Prep
  • 23 Courses | 13h 11m
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Explore how to design, build, test, and maintain cloud solutions as you prepare for the Exam AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.

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Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Implementing IaaS Solutions

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  • 5m 43s

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Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Virtual Machines

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COURSES INCLUDED

Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Implementing IaaS Solutions
Infrastructure as a Service can manage unpredictable demand for resources. In this course, you'll learn how to create, deploy, and manage IaaS on the Azure platform. You'll examine the various compute resources available on Microsoft Azure and see how to deploy and manage VMs using the Azure portal and PowerShell. Next, you'll explore Azure Resource Manager templates. You'll be introduced to Docker images and containers and how to build new container images using Docker. You'll move on to learn how to manage container deployments using Azure Container Registry and Instances. Lastly, you'll learn to deploy containers to Azure Container Instances. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 11m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: App Service Web Apps
Azure App Service is a PaaS solution for hosting your applications which enables you to scale on demand. In this course, you'll learn how to use Azure App Service for hosting your web and mobile applications, including how to deploy and configure the service and set up a staging site. Next, you'll examine how to configure common settings in your Azure App Service deployment, including how to configure apps to scale automatically and how to use backup and restore to protect against data loss. Lastly, you'll learn how to monitor application performance and implement Azure Firewall with App Service Environments, a dedicated App Service plan for large scale deployments. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 2m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Implementing Azure Functions
Azure Functions let you run serverless event-based apps that can scale with your workloads. In this course, you'll learn how to use Azure Functions for building serverless apps. You'll learn when to use Azure Functions and how a function is comprised of triggers and bindings. You'll explore how to use Visual Studio Code to create a function and push it to Azure and how to monitor a Functions app using Azure Application Insights. Next, you'll see how to debug a Functions app using back-end diagnostic tools and build a pipeline for Azure Functions using Azure DevOps. Lastly, you'll learn about Durable Functions and how to write one. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 9m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Managing IaaS
IaaS on Azure lets you provision and scale rapidly on demand while avoiding costs and time associated with managing infrastructure. In this course, you'll learn to manage IaaS deployments on Azure. You'll start by examining how to deploy an instance of Azure Kubernetes Service, how to incorporate Azure Dev Spaces for developing containerized apps, and how to use pipelines to deploy images to Azure Container Registry. You'll explore OpenShift and Azure Service Fabric, including how to use CI/CD methods to deploy an app to Azure Service Fabric. Next, you'll learn the various database services available in Azure and how to select the best one that suits your application's requirements. Lastly, you'll learn how to deploy and connect to an Azure SQL database and how to use Advanced Data Security to protect resources you deploy to Azure. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 2m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Development with Cosmos DB
Azure Cosmos DB lets you run a distributed NoSQL database with high throughput and low latency. In this course, you'll be introduced to Azure Cosmos DB and the available APIs for developing solutions to meet the database requirements of your applications. You'll learn uses of Azure Cosmos DB, how to use the MongoDB API to interact with Cosmos DB, and how to query Cosmos DB using the SQL API. Next, you'll examine how to set up Cosmos DB global distribution and use the SQL API to query JSON documents. Lastly, you'll see the consistency levels available in Cosmos DB and how to create containers in Cosmos DB. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 5m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Blob Storage
Azure Blob storage provides tiered, highly-available storage for structured and unstructured data. In this course, you'll learn how to work with Azure Blob storage. You'll examine the available Blob storage options on Azure and how to select the proper tools for moving data between storage accounts and containers. Next, you'll look at how to move data between storage containers using the Azure CLI, AzCopy, and the .NET storage client. You'll learn how to manage storage container properties and metadata using .NET and how to interact with data using the .NET SDK. Lastly, you'll learn how to archive data with immutable storage, differentiate between the Azure Blob storage access tiers of hot, cool, and archive, and retrieve offline archived data. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 6m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Implementing User Authentication & Authorization
The Microsoft identity platform is a set of unified, related services for developing applications to authenticate a variety of user accounts. In this course, you'll learn how to use Azure services for implementing user authentication and authorization. You'll then learn how to use OAuth 2.0 to protect exposed APIs, the uses of shared access signatures for providing access to resources, and best practices when using SAS. Next, you'll learn how to create a secure SAS to provide access to an Azure resource and how to include authentication into an application using Azure Active Directory. Lastly, you'll learn how to enable Azure Multi-Factor Authentication to secure accounts, and use Microsoft identity to both register an application and provide users and groups access to applications. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 5m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Secure Cloud Solutions
Azure provides various tools for securely storing secrets, connecting services, and configuring application deployments. In this course, you'll learn how to develop a secure cloud application and the role of Azure Key Vault in secrets management. You'll examine how to use Visual Studio Connected Services to connect Key Vault to a web app, retrieve a secret using Azure Web Apps with Key Vault, and integrate Key Vault into CI/CD pipelines. Next, you'll explore how to use the Azure App Configuration service. Lastly, you'll learn about the role of Azure Active Directory managed identities, including how to create both a user-assigned and a system-assigned managed identity. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 4m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Securing Azure Resources
In this course, you'll learn how to implement security measures to protect your Azure resources from external access. You'll explore the security mechanisms and the use of Azure Monitor for collecting and analyzing logs. You'll then learn about the encryption and decryption of client application data with the Azure Storage Client Library and the use of the Azure AD Application proxy. Next, you'll examine how to manage secure keys with Azure Storage Service Encryption and use secrets stored in Azure Vault for storage blob encryption and decryption. Finally, you'll learn about DDoS Protection, Azure Application Gateway and Web Application Firewall, and Azure Sentinel. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 52m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Integrating Caching & Content Delivery
In this course, you'll learn to use Azure delivery services for distributing application content, as well as how to integrate caching to improve app responsiveness. You'll explore the uses and best practices of the Azure Content Delivery Network. You'll then examine how to deploy an Azure CDN endpoint and restrict access using geo-filtering with Azure CDN. Next, you'll learn to configure caching rules and behaviors in Azure CDN and how Azure Cache for Redis can help improve app responsiveness. Lastly, you'll learn how to implement the ASP.NET session state provider with Azure Cache for Redis and how to implement the Redis Output Cache Provider. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Instrumenting Monitoring & Logging Solutions
In this course, you'll learn how to log, monitor, and diagnose application performance issues with Azure, as well as how to collect and query data using Azure Application Insights. You'll examine how to use the JavaScript SDK to leverage Application Insights and how to enable data collection from an ASP.NET Core web site. You'll then explore how to use the alerting function Azure Monitor to identify issues in a web app and how to monitor site availability using Application Insights. Lastly, you'll learn the causes of transient faults and how to add code to your app to handle transient faults. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 8m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Developing an App Service Logic App
Logic Apps are a lightweight, scalable service for easily designing and executing business workflows through a browser. In this course, you'll learn how to use Azure Logic Apps to automate integration tasks using the Azure portal and how to create an Azure Logic App in Visual Studio. Next, you'll examine how to use connectors to connect an app to external service APIs and create and use a custom connector for a Logic App. You'll then explore how to use the prebuilt templates for deploying Logic Apps and use ARM to create and deploy Logic Apps. Lastly, you'll learn how to use the built-in tools to monitor a Logic App and how to code data operations in a Logic App. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 1h 8m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Implementing API Management
Managing API exposure, usage, and security can be consolidated into one tool on the Azure platform. In this course, you'll learn how to use Azure API Management to expose and manage APIs and how to use APIM with Azure Kubernetes Services. You'll then examine how to deploy an APIM instance and how to import an API. Next, you'll explore how to publish a list of APIs and assign usage quotas, and how to protect your API. You'll learn how to secure access to APIs and how to use Azure AD to authenticate client access. Lastly, you'll learn how to use APIM policies to configure your APIs and how to use authentication policies to control API access. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 55m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Developing Event-driven Solutions
Event-driven architectures are used for highly scalable, asynchronous, decoupled applications. In this course, you'll explore event and message handling services on Azure. You'll learn how to use Azure Event Grid to architect a cloud-based app. route a custom event to a web endpoint, and monitor changes to a VM. Next, you'll use Azure Notification Hubs to create pushed alerts and a notification hub on Azure. You'll then learn how to integrate Notification Hubs with Visual Studio App Center. Lastly, you'll identify the components used in Azure Event Hubs, how to create an event hub, and how to stream data into a collector and analyzer using Event Hubs. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 57m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Developing Message-based Solutions
Message-based architectures decouple services and applications, allowing them to run on different platforms at different speeds with resilient, highly-available patterns. In this course, you'll explore how to use Azure when building message-based applications. You'll examine how to broker messages and identify when to use either a Service Bus queue or a topic and subscription model. You'll outline how to code messages to include payload, routing, and serialization information, and to validate message transferal and settlement. Next, you'll describe message sequencing, scheduling, and expiration in Azure Service Bus and learn how to deploy a new Azure Service Bus. Lastly, you'll learn how to use Azure Queue Storage to store message queues, build queue storage functions into a .NET app, and manage queues. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
12 videos | 50m has Assessment available Badge
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COURSES INCLUDED

Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Virtual Machines
Azure Virtual Machines (VMs) are a key component of the Azure platform, allowing you to create and run virtualized versions of your own computing environments in the cloud. In this course, you will learn how to create and manage Azure VMs using a variety of tools and techniques, including the Azure CLI, Azure Portal, and Azure PowerShell. You will gain hands-on experience working with Azure VMs through a series of exercises and lab assignments. You will start by learning about the basics of Azure VMs and how to create and configure both Linux and Windows VMs in Azure. You will then learn how to connect to your VMs using Secure Shell (SSH) on Linux VMs and Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) on Windows VMs. You will also learn how to use SSH public-private key pairs. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
15 videos | 1h 31m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Resource Manager Templates
Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates are an important tool for managing Azure resources in a consistent and automated manner. In this course, you will learn how to create and deploy ARM Templates using a variety of tools and techniques, including Visual Studio and the Azure Portal. Throughout the course, you will gain hands-on experience working with ARM Templates through a series of exercises and lab assignments. You will start by discovering the basics of ARM templates and how to create and work with JSON templates using Visual Studio and the Azure Portal. You will then learn about the template specification and how to use deployment scripts to automate the process of deploying your templates. You will also learn about the various functions and capabilities of ARM templates, including the ability to create and deploy templates locally, export templates for reuse, and test templates for quality assurance. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
13 videos | 1h 25m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Azure Container Registry
Azure Container Registry is a fully managed container registry service for storing and managing your Docker container images in Azure. In this course, you will learn about the basics of Azure Container Registry and how to create and manage private container registries using the Azure Portal, Azure CLI, and Azure PowerShell. You will then learn about the various features of Azure Container Registry, including the ability to create geo-replicated registries, store Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) artifacts, and use Azure Container Registry Tasks to automate the build, test, and deployment of your container images. Finally, you will learn how to use Azure Container Registry with Docker CLI and client libraries to manage your container images, and how to deploy containerized applications using Azure Container Instances and other Azure services. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
14 videos | 1h 24m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Container Instances
Azure Container Instances is a fully managed service for running containerized applications in Azure. You will start by learning the basics of Azure Container Instances and how to create and manage container instances using the Azure CLI, Azure Portal, and Azure PowerShell. You will then learn about advanced techniques for creating and managing container instances, including using Bicep, ARM templates, and Docker CLI. Throughout the course, you will gain hands-on experience working with Azure Container Instances through a series of exercises and lab assignments. You will learn how to create multi-container groups using YAML, Resource Manager, and Docker Compose, and how to package and deploy container images to Azure Container Instances. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
14 videos | 1h 32m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: App Service
Azure App Service is a fully managed platform for building, deploying, and scaling web and mobile apps in the cloud. In this course, you will learn how to use Azure App Service to build, deploy, and scale a variety of web and mobile apps in Azure. You will start by learning about the basics of Azure App Service and how to create and manage App Service environments. You will then learn how to create and deploy a variety of web and mobile apps to Azure App Service, including ASP.NET web apps, Node.js web apps, PHP web apps, Java apps, Python web apps, and Ruby on Rails apps. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure certification exam.
13 videos | 1h 14m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Web Apps
Azure App Service allows you to easily deploy and configure web apps in the cloud. In this course, you will start by learning how to deploy web apps to Azure App Service using ZIP packages and Azure Pipelines. You will then learn how to sync content from GitHub and deploy microservices to Azure App Service. You will also learn about managed identities, app authentication, and custom domain names in Azure App Service, and how to use digital security certificates to secure your web apps. Finally, you will learn how to scale your web apps using autoscale in Azure and how to configure your web apps for optimal performance. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
14 videos | 1h 29m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Azure Functions
Azure Functions is a serverless compute service that enables you to build and run code on demand in response to events and triggers. In this course, you will learn how to create and manage Azure Functions using a variety of tools and techniques. You will start by exploring the basics of Azure Functions and how to optimize the performance of your functions. Next, you will learn about Durable Functions, a programming model that enables you to build stateful functions in Azure, and how to use durable functions in C# to build long-running, stateful workflows. Then, you will learn how to manage connections, work with events and messaging, secure your functions, and monitor and troubleshoot your functions. Finally, you will explore continuous deployment and deployment slots in Azure Functions, and how to build custom handlers for your functions. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
15 videos | 1h 34m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Azure Functions Triggers
Triggers and bindings are key components of Azure Functions runtime, enabling you to build event-driven and data-driven apps in the cloud. In this course, you will learn how to use triggers and bindings in Azure Functions to build and run code on demand in response to events and data. Begin by exploring the basics of triggers and bindings and discover how to use HTTP triggers and bindings to build web application programming interfaces (APIs) and serverless applications. Next, focus on advanced topics such as binding extensions, binding expressions, binding return values, and error handling and retries. Then integrate Azure functions with Blob storage, work with Azure Cosmos DB bindings, and manage dependencies in your Azure Functions apps. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
12 videos | 1h 20m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Cosmos DB Storage
Azure Cosmos DB is a globally distributed, multi-model database service that enables you to build and deploy scalable, globally distributed apps in the cloud. In this course, you will learn how to use Azure Cosmos DB to store and manage data in the cloud. Begin by exploring the benefits of Azure Cosmos DB and learn how to use the various application programming interfaces (APIs) and data models supported by Cosmos DB, including NoSQL databases and distributed relational databases. Then use Cosmos DB to build and deploy an ASP.NET web application and use the NoSQL client library for .NET and the API for NoSQL to interact with Cosmos DB from your .NET applications. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
9 videos | 55m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Cosmos DB Containers
Azure Cosmos DB containers are a key feature in Cosmos DB, enabling you to store and manage data in the cloud. In this course, you will learn how to use Azure Cosmos DB Containers to store and manage data in the cloud. Begin by exploring the various features of Cosmos DB containers, including indexing, SQL queries, and the resource model. Next, discover partitioning and horizontal scaling, stored procedures, triggers, and the change feed. Then examine provisioned throughput, global distribution, and consistency levels in Cosmos DB. Throughout the course, you will gain hands-on experience working with Azure Cosmos DB containers through a series of exercises and lab assignments. By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of how to use Azure Cosmos DB Containers to store and manage data in the cloud. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
12 videos | 1h 13m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Blob Storage
Azure Blob Storage is one of Azure's most widely used storage services. It is a fully managed object storage service that enables you to store and retrieve large amounts of unstructured data in the cloud and is particularly useful for storing video, audio, and images. In this course, you will explore Azure Blob Storage and learn how to create upload, download, and list blobs with Azure Portal, PowerShell, and CLI. Then you will use Azure Storage Explorer to create a blob, use AzCopy to copy blobs, and use .NET to manage properties and metadata for blobs. Next, you will create a project to work with Azure Blob Storage client library and use immutable storage. Finally, you will identify available access tiers and find out how to set, change, and rehydrate blobs. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft
14 videos | 1h has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Microsoft Identity Platform
The Microsoft identity platform is a collection of tools and services provided by Microsoft for implementing authentication and authorization in applications. In this course, you will learn how to secure your applications using the Microsoft identity platform, focusing on concepts such as authentication, authorization, OAuth, OpenID, application categories, and security tokens. Then you will examine various authentication protocols and libraries, including the Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL), Microsoft Graph application programming interface (API), and scenarios of permissions and consent. Next, you will discover best practices for implementing identity management in your organization. Finally, you will investigate workload identity federation, automatic user provisioning, and continuous access evaluation (CAE) APIs. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
14 videos | 1h 38m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Azure Active Directory
Azure Active Directory (AD) is a cloud-based identity and access management service provided by Microsoft. It allows organizations to manage user identities and access to resources, both on-premises and in the cloud. In this course, you will learn the basics of Active Directory, including how to create and manage a directory, add custom domain names using the Azure Active Directory portal, and how to add users, groups, and licenses. Additionally, you will discover more advanced features such as Azure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, and Azure Active Directory Identity Protection. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
12 videos | 1h 3m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Microsoft Graph
Microsoft Graph is a powerful tool that allows developers to access and work with data across Microsoft 365 services. It provides a unified API endpoint for accessing data and intelligence across these services, making it easier to build and integrate apps that leverage their rich data and functionality. In this course, explore the different services and features of Microsoft Graph. Next, discover how to use the Microsoft Graph API to access and manage Microsoft 365 resources such as users and groups, OneDrive and SharePoint, Teams, subscriptions, reporting and analytics, and more. Finally, explore how to update application information, Intune policies, and custom connectors with Microsoft Graph. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
14 videos | 1h 19m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Application Configuration
The Azure App Configuration service allows you to centralize the management of application configuration settings. It provides a single place to store and manage configuration data, making it easy to update and distribute changes across environments and applications. Learn how to set up and manage a configuration store, organize key-value pairs, and implement role-based access control. Next, discover how to use the Azure App Configuration SDK and API to access a configuration store, manage feature flags and Configuration as Code, and set up automatic refresh policies. Finally, explore how to store and manage secrets, monitor usage and performance, and set up a high availability multi-region store. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
14 videos | 1h 28m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Caching in Azure
Azure Caching allows for faster access to frequently used data by storing it closer to the user, reducing the need to retrieve it from the original source. This can greatly improve the performance and scalability of your application. In this course you will learn about the various caching options available in Azure. You will explore Azure Front Door for caching, Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN) for caching behavior, Azure CDN endpoint and Azure Cache for Redis. You will also learn how to use Redis Cache with Azure to improve the performance of your applications. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
10 videos | 59m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Application Troubleshooting
Azure Application Troubleshooting allows you to identify and resolve issues quickly and effectively in your Azure applications by providing a comprehensive set of tools for monitoring, diagnostics, and analysis. With Azure Application Troubleshooting, you can proactively identify and fix issues, improve performance, and ensure the reliability and availability of your Azure applications. In this course, you will learn about Azure Monitor and how to use it for monitoring and logging. You will explore Azure tools and services, including Log Analytics, Azure Diagnostics, Azure Event Hubs, and Azure Application Insights. Next, you will discover the types of logs available in Azure. Then, learn how to set up and configure Azure metrics, alerts, and dashboards. Finally, discover how to automate troubleshooting and use Azure Network Watcher and Microsoft Defender for Cloud. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
14 videos | 1h 27m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Azure API Management
Azure API Management allows organizations to publish, manage, and secure their APIs easily. This enables them to share their data and services with developers in a controlled and scalable way while providing valuable insights and analytics on usage and performance. It helps to improve developer engagement and foster innovation by providing a self-service portal, a developer portal, monetization, and developer community features. In this course, you will learn how to manage APIs using Azure API Management service. Begin by setting up and configuring API gateways and implementing API security measures. Then, use policies to transform requests and responses, implement API versioning, and customize a developer portal. Next, configure caching to improve API performance, explore quotas and throttling, and implement monitoring and analytics. Finally, you will integrate Azure API Management with Azure functions and Azure Active Directory (AD) and identify options for deploying and scaling Azure API Management. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
14 videos | 1h 13m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Azure Event Grid
Azure Event Grid allows for easy and efficient event routing and handling, enabling real-time communication between applications and services. Its serverless and scalable architecture can handle millions of events per second, making it an ideal solution for event-driven architectures and IoT scenarios. In this course, you will explore the various concepts and features of Azure Event Grid, including event types and schemas, subscriptions, and custom topics and event types. Then you will learn how to filter and route events, and how to configure dead lettering for event subscriptions. Next, you will find out how to authenticate and authorize access to events and event handlers, and how to replay events. Finally, you will investigate how to integrate Event Grid with other Azure services such as Azure Functions, Logic Apps, and Event Hubs. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
14 videos | 1h 19m has Assessment available Badge
Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure: Message-based Solutions
Azure message-based solutions allow you to build scalable and reliable applications by implementing message-based communication patterns such as event-driven architecture, which can help you to handle high loads, decouple systems, and enable asynchronous processing. This can help you to build high-performance and resilient applications that can handle large amounts of data and traffic. In this course, you will learn how to build highly scalable and reliable messaging-based solutions using Azure Service Bus and Queue Storage. You will do this using a variety of integration options such as Azure Functions, Logic Apps, Power Automate, and Azure Stream Analytics. You will also learn about messaging patterns, security, and monitoring for Service Bus and Queue Storage to optimize performance and scalability. This course is one of a collection that prepares learners for the AZ-204 Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure exam.
14 videos | 1h 23m has Assessment available Badge
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AZ-204: Developing Azure Compute Solutions Competency (Intermediate Level)
The AZ-204: Developing Azure Compute Solutions Competency benchmark measures your ability to provision virtual machines (VMs); configure, validate, and deploy ARM templates; configure container images for solutions; and work with Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and the Azure Container Registry. You will be evaluated on your skills to create and deploy Azure Functions apps, and implement function triggers and custom handlers. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to create Azure App Service web apps and implement Azure Functions.
21m    |   21 questions
AZ-204: Monitoring, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Azure Solutions Competency (Intermediate Level)
The AZ-204: Monitoring, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Azure Solutions Competency benchmark measures your ability to configure cache and expiration policies for Azure Cache for Redis and implement secure and optimized application cache patterns including data sizing, connections, encryption, and expiration. You will be evaluated on your skills to configure an app or service to use Application Insights, review and analyze metrics and log data, and implement Application Insights web tests and alerts. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to implement caching solutions and troubleshoot solutions by using metrics and log data.
26m    |   26 questions
AZ-204: Implementing Azure Security Competency (Intermediate Level)
The AZ-204: Implementing Azure Security Competency benchmark measures your ability to authenticate and authorize users by using the Microsoft Identity platform and Azure Active Directory. You will be evaluated on your skills to develop code that uses keys, secrets, and certificates stored in the Azure Key Vault and secure app configuration data by using the App Configuration Azure Key Vault. You will also be assessed on your skills to implement managed identities for Azure resources and create and implement shared access signatures. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to implement user authentication and authorization, and secure cloud solutions.
18m    |   18 questions
AZ-204: Developing Azure Storage Solutions Competency (Intermediate Level)
The AZ-204: Developing Azure Storage Solutions Competency benchmark measures your ability to implement partitioning schemes and partition keys, perform operations on data and Cosmos DB containers, and manage change feed notifications. You will be evaluated on your skills to move items in Blob Storage between storage accounts or containers, perform operations on data by using the appropriate SDK, implement storage policies, and use data archiving and retention. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to develop solutions that use Cosmos DB storage and blob storage.
17m    |   17 questions
AZ-204: Consuming Azure and Third-party Services Competency (Intermediate Level)
The AZ-204: Consuming Azure and Third-party Services Competency benchmark assesses your ability to configure authentication and define policies for APIs. You will be measured on your skills to implement solutions that use Azure Event Grid, Azure Event Hub, Azure Service Bus, and Azure Queue Storage queues. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to implement API management, and develop event-based and message-based solutions.
22m    |   22 questions
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AZ-204: Developing Azure Compute Solutions Competency 2023 (Intermediate Level)
The AZ-204: Developing Azure Compute Solutions Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your ability to work with Azure App Service and a variety of tools and techniques to deploy web apps. You will be evaluated on your skills in creating and deploying Azure Functions apps, deploying a web app using Azure Pipelines, connecting to Azure App Service using managed identity, implementing triggers, using binding extensions, and working with Azure Cosmos DB bindings. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to create Azure App Service web apps and implement Azure Functions and triggers.
30m    |   30 questions
AZ-204: Developing Azure Storage Solutions Competency 2023 (Intermediate Level)
The Developing Azure Storage Solutions Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your ability to work with Azure Cosmos DB and Cosmos DB containers using a variety of tools and techniques, including SQL queries, the resource model, partitioning and horizontal scaling, and stored procedures. You will be evaluated on your skills in creating and managing storage accounts with Azure Blob Storage and Storage Explorer, uploading and managing blobs with .NET and the Azure Blob Storage client library for .NET, and using advanced features such as immutable storage and access tiers. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to develop solutions that use Cosmos DB storage and Azure Blob Storage.
29m    |   29 questions
AZ-204: Implementing Azure Security Competency 2023 (Intermediate Level)
The Implementing Azure Security Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your ability to secure applications using the Microsoft identity platform and a variety of tools and techniques, including OAuth 2.0 and OpenID, Microsoft Authentication Library (MSAL), Microsoft Graph API, identity federation, automatic user provisioning, and Continuous Access Evaluation (CAE) APIs. You will be evaluated on your skills in working with Azure Active Directory using Azure AD Domain Services, single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, and Azure AD Identity Protection and using the Azure App Configuration service. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to implement user authentication and authorization and secure cloud solutions.
30m    |   30 questions
AZ-204: Monitoring, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Azure Solutions Competency 2023 (Intermediate Level)
The Monitoring, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Azure Solutions Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark measures your recognition of caching in Azure using a variety of tools and techniques, including Azure Front Door, Azure Content Delivery Network (CDN), Azure CDN endpoint, and Azure Cache for Redis. You will be evaluated on your skills in executing Azure application troubleshooting by utilizing a variety of tools and techniques. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to implement caching solutions and troubleshoot solutions by using metrics and log data.
20m    |   20 questions
AZ-204: Consuming Azure and Third-party Services Competency 2023 (Intermediate Level)
The Consuming Azure and Third-party Services Competency (Intermediate Level) benchmark assesses your recognition of how to manage and secure APIs using the Azure API Management service, API gateways, Azure Functions integration, and Azure Active Directory. You will be evaluated on your skills in working with Azure Event Grid and building highly scalable and reliable messaging-based solutions using a variety of tools and techniques, including Azure Service Bus and Queue Storage, Azure Functions, Logic Apps, Power Automate, and Azure Stream Analytics. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to implement the Azure API Management service and develop event-based and message-based solutions.
30m    |   30 questions
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