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Define the Windows Azure storage and the benefits this service provides Understand a Windows Azure storage account Apply security principles Utilize Visual Studio 2012 Access programmatically Windows Azure Data services

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Via Valtellina, 63, 20124, Milano, Italia
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Via Valtellina, 63, 20124, Milano, Italia
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Cosa impari in questo corso?

Web master
Visual Studio 2010
Visual studio 2008
Visual Studio
Windows

Programma

Update the service definition


Define the configuration settings required to access Windows Azure Data service


Service access is performed via class modeling of schemas and mandatory properties and attributes


Create storage tables in Application_Start in Global.asax.cs methods


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Handle Massive Storage for structured data (basic procedures)


Develop PaaS WebRoles for Massive Storage handling (Basic Procedures)


Code Storage Emulator coding via WCF Data Services including creation and reading of metadata


Code Message Storage and structured data retrieval from non-sql mass data storage to Web Tier


This module explains how to use a web page as presentation layer referenced to as “image gallery” to visualize Windows Azure storage retrieval.


REST API for the Blob service exposed


Hierarchical namespace transitions into a file system


Blob services definitions


Blob types


Immediate and delayed Blob operations


Ad-hoc and Policy based access to Blobs


Presentation layer modifications to visualize and retrieve Windows Azure storage


Methods in CloudBlobContainer object to retrieve Blob objects


Data and metadata persistence in Windows Azure storage


Event handler contingent retrieval of blob metadata


Engage the blobMetadata repeater control for secured blob deletes


Programmatically copy images from the gallery container


Add code to implement command handler


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Code Content Type for metadata contingent blob storage access


Retrieve Blob Data from Storage


Programmatically enrich metadata Blobs (basics)


Establish Metadata contingent Blob handling


Programmatically delete Blob delete


Programmatically copy Blobs


Programmatically safeguard Blobs from deleting


This module explains how to create and configure the initial solution to work with queues in Windows Azure.


Queue Name scope


Usage scenario for blob vs. queue


Queue integration patterns


Windows Azure Cloud Service project templates


Engage Web Role and Worker Role


Create and feed Azure message queues


Obtain instances and retrieve references to messages queues


This module explains how to build a bridge connectivity between a PaaS Web Application and an IaaS Host services application located on an IaaS VM, via public and private endpoint mechanisms.


Differences and commonalities for the three established industry terms for cloud services


Set of features of Virtual Machines


Virtual Machine Portability to other cloud provider


Mounting of durable drives


Expose FileInfo objects as Cloud Service


Generic REST access to Azure Data Services


Reference Azure Data Services as local configuration parameters


Presentation layer access to Azure Data Services


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Programmatically convert a non-Azure Application to use cloud and on premise storage


Programmatically expose regular file system APIs as an Azure service (no-code integration for non-Azure apps)


Move complex applications to the cloud without changes to its code via dynamic store relocator


Programmatically implement and deploy a corporate private Cloud App Drive


This module explains how to build a bridge connectivity between a PaaS Web Application and an IaaS Host services application located on an IaaS VM, via public and private endpoint mechanisms.


Differences and commonalities for the three established industry terms for cloud services


Set of features of Virtual Machines


Virtual Machine Portability to other cloud provider


Mounting of durable drives


Build an IaaS application via WAMP


Attach additional IaaS components


Configure Protocols, Firewalls and Endpoints in IaaS application


Release Databases to Public Access


Utilize Visual Studio 2012 to connect IaaS & PaaS


Publish Windows Azure Application


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Create and configure a VM


Modify a given PaaS application


Establish bridge communication to an IaaS application


Understand deployment scenarios for PaaS/IaaS application referenced as Cloud App in Windows Azure


Connect a sample PaaS Web application with classic SQL Server utilizing endpoints


Deploy a sample Web application as a Cloud App in Windows Azure



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