Developing Windows Azure and Web Services (course 20487)
Cours disponible en français ou en anglais - Training available in French or in English
Duration: 5 Days
In this course, students will learn how to design and develop services that access local and remote data from various data sources. Students will also learn how to develop and deploy services to hybrid environments, including on-premises servers and Windows Azure.
Course details :
After completing this module, students will be able to:
- Describe the overall architecture of distributed applications.
- Describe the data platform technologies supported by Microsoft.
- Describe the different approaches and technologies used for developing services.
- Describe cloud computing concepts and the Windows Azure ecosystem.
- Describe how to use ADO.NET to query and manipulate data.
- Create entity data models using the different design approaches of Entity Framework.
- Query a database using various Entity Framework techniques.
- Manipulate data by using Entity Framework.
- Describe the HTTP protocol and how it is used with REST.
- Create a basic ASP.NET Web API service by using routing, controllers, and actions.
- Convert HTTP request content to .NET objects and convert return values to responses.
- Host and consume ASP.NET Web API services in various server and client scenarios
- Describe how messages flow through the ASP.NET Web API request processing pipeline.
- Describe how messages flow through the ASP.NET Web API response processing pipeline.
- Create ASP.NET Web API OData services.
- Implement security in ASP.NET Web API services.
- Create a dependency resolver that injects dependencies into ASP.NET Web API controllers.
- Describe why and when to use WCF to create services.
- Implement a service using contracts.
- Host a WCF service with endpoint configuration in code and configuration file.
- Consume a WCF services from .NET clients.
- Create service contracts that support service design principles.
- Create services that support distributed transactions.
- Describe the architecture of the WCF pipeline and how to control it with behaviors.
- Extend WCF with runtime components and extensible objects.
- Configure a service for transport security.
- Configure a service for message security.
- Authenticate and authorize users.
- Connect hybrid environments with Windows Azure Service Bus Relays.
- Use brokered messaging with Windows Azure Service Bus queues.
- Use subscription-based messaging with Windows Azure Service Bus topics.
- Describe the common on-premises hosting environments.
- Host a service in Windows Azure hosting environments.
- Deploy services from Visual Studio.
- Deploy services by using web deployment packages.
- Deploy services using command-line tools.
- Deploy services to Windows Azure environments.
- Ensure that Windows Azure deployments are up-to-date with continuous delivery.
- Describe the reasons for using Windows Azure storage.
- Use blobs for storing resources.
- Use tables for storing structured, non-relational data.
- Use queues for sending and receiving messages asynchronously.
- Configure access level and shared access signatures for Windows Azure Storage services.
- Write diagnostics trace messages.
- Configure and monitor service diagnostic information.
- Monitor IIS-hosted services.
- Monitor Windows Azure applications using Windows Azure diagnostics.
- Debug services with IntelliTrace.
- Collect Windows Azure metrics.
- Describe claim-based identity concepts.
- Describe the Access Control Service and its purpose.
- Configure a service to require federated identities.
- Configure a service client with federated identity
- Describe the reasons and techniques for scaling services.
- Describe how load balancing can be used with on-premises and Windows Azure environments.
- Integrate a distributed cache mechanism into a service by using Windows Server AppFabric Cache.
- Describe the distributed cache solutions offered by Windows Azure.
- Understand the caveats of scaling out services and how to resolve them.
- Scale Windows Azure solutions outside of the data center.
Prerequisites :Before attending this course, students must have at least three months professional development experience.
- Experience with C# programming, and concepts such as Lambda expressions, LINQ, and anonymous types.
- Understanding the concepts of n-tier applications.
- Experience with querying and manipulating data with ADO.NET.
- Knowledge of XML data structures.
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