Developing Microsoft Azure Solutions

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In this computer science course, you will learn how to deploy an ASP.NET MVC application, which is a web application framework developed by Microsoft, which implements the model–view–controller (MVC) pattern, to the Microsoft Azure platform. We will expand on the application by learning about Microsoft Azure’s capabilities and then adding functionality to make your application a more robust and highly available cloud-based solution.

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Tyler Siron

10/10 starsCompleted
2 years, 8 months ago
The course content is a very good look at some of the high level services offered by azure. It gives you a clear picture of what it can do, without getting bogged down in the little implementation details that you could spend days on. In my mind, it's designed to expose you to a huge variety of options, and give you the tools to decide when it's best to use one over the other. As someone who has played around with Azure but never gone very in depth, it is a perfect introduction to how it all works. My only recommendation would be to revisit some of the lab materials for module 5 and update them for the current azure portal. Pictures for the labs would be immensely helpful, as when you're new to the azure portal, it's easy to become lost in the series of menus (nothing I couldn't figure out after a minute of looking).
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