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AZ-301 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure App Design

AZ-301 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure App Design


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Overview/Description

In this 17-video course, discover how to plan the deployment and management of Azure web applications and load balancing to address business needs. Explore App Service configuration, slot-based deployment, Azure load balancer, and Azure application gateway in preparation for AZ-301: Microsoft Azure Architect Design certification exam. Begin by considering configuration settings for web apps that meet business requirements, then learn how to use both the portal and Visual Studio to deploy a web application. Explore how to configure a web app custom domain name; configure web app service transport layer security/secure sockets layer (TLS/SSL) settings; and configure web app service scaling, and app service backup. Create web app deployment slots, and enable debugging for a web app. Recognize when to use load balancer traffic manager, and deploy a load balancer with the portal and a template. Learn about inbound access to back-end virtual machines through network address translation (NAT) rules; recognize when to use application gateways, and how developers can configure test environments. The exercise involves planning web apps and load balancing.



Expected Duration (hours)
1.2

Lesson Objectives

AZ-301 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design: Azure App Design

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
  • consider configuration settings for web apps that meet business requirements
  • use the portal to deploy a web application
  • use Visual Studio to deploy a web application
  • configure a web app custom domain name
  • configure web app service TLS/SSL settings
  • configure web app service scaling
  • configure app service backup
  • create web app deployment slots
  • enable debugging for a web app
  • recognize when to use load balancer
  • deploy a load balancer using the portal
  • deploy a load balancer using a template
  • allow inbound access to back-end VMs through NAT rules
  • recognize when to use application gateways
  • recognize how developers can configure test environments
  • create an Azure web application using the portal and an Azure web application using Visual Studio, deploy an Azure Load Balancer configuration using the portal, and deploy an Azure Load Balancer from a template
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    Expertise Level
    Expert