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  • Title Learn Azure in a Month of Lunches
  • Author(s) Iain Foulds
  • Publisher: Manning, 2nd Edition (2020); eBook (2nd Edition, 2020, Microsoft)
  • Paperback 375 pages
  • eBook PDF
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1617295175
  • ISBN-13: 978-1617297625
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Book Description

More than 100 Microsoft Azure services offer everything you need to build and run your applications with all the performance, redundancy, security, and scale that the cloud has to offer. But knowing where to begin with all these services can seem overwhelming.

This book teaches you the foundational techniques for writing, deploying, and running cloud-based applications in Azure. In it, you'll master the basics, including setting up cloud-based virtual machines, deploying web servers, and using hosted data stores.

As you work through the book's 21 carefully planned lessons, you'll explore big-picture concerns like security, scaling, and automation.You'll even dabble in Azure's prebuilt services for machine containers, and serverless computing!

  • 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
About the Author
  • Iain Foulds is a senior content developer with Microsoft, writing for Azure. He spent over a decade as an engineer building and running virtualization environments and delivering training in Azure.
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