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Azure in the Enterprise : Cloud Architecture, Patterns, and Microservices With Azure Paas and Iaas
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Use this hands-on guide to build enterprise-class applications and manage on-premise infrastructure with Azure. You will use Azure's limitless opportunities to design cloud-based architectures that are uniquely tailored to your environment.
Unsure where to begin with Azure? You are not alone. No other cloud platform comes close to delivering a uniform and interoperable footprint, while encompassing such a wide range of concerns across multiple operating systems, interaction patterns, architectural models, and infrastructure capabilities.
Azure in the Enterprise is written for developers and architects who are interested in getting up to speed on the most important aspects of Azure architecture. Enlisting his no fluff, top-down approach, enterprise architect Moemeka shares his deep knowledge of Azure to guide you through making the rights choices regarding components and capabilities offered by the platform, so that you can begin building cloud-based architectures that are scalable, reliable, and secure.
Strong emphasis is given to identifying enterprise needs and delving into the various capabilities in Azure that can resolve those needs.
What You’ll Learn
- Understand through example-driven tutorials how to design microservices using Azure PaaS technologies such as App Services, Service Bus, and Azure functions
- Connect Azure back into the enterprise using point-to-site, site-to-site, and ExpressRoute and utilize Service Fabric and Container-based technology to build isolated, reliable, and highly scalable, self-healing, enterprise-wide capabilities
- Create application, solution, and enterprise architectures using Azure components such as App Services, Web Jobs, Azure Storage, SQL Azure, Redis, Storage Queues, VNETs, App Service Environments, Service Bus, Azure AD, Azure Traffic Manager, API Management, and Application Gateway
Who This Book Is For
Architects and developers who want to bring Azure into their enterprise. They understand the value of Azure, but want practical guidance on how to deliver their enterprise applications to a cloud environment.