If you have an existing web application that was written without the cloud in mind, how do you run the application in the cloud? In this course, Migrating Applications and Services to Azure with Visual Studio 2019, you'll learn how to migrate an ASP.NET Core application into Azure. First, you'll see how to work with Azure App Services to host a web application in the cloud. Then, you'll explore how to migrate a SQL Server database into an Azure SQL instance. Finally, you'll delve into the application to take advantage of Azure Storage, and use Azure monitoring tools to analyze and automatically scale the application. By the end of the course, you'll have all the knowledge you need to move your own applications into Azure using Visual Studio 2019.
Scott has over 15 years of experience in commercial software
development and is a frequent speaker at national conferences,
and local user groups. Scott is a Microsoft MVP and has authored
books on several Microsoft technologies, including ASP.NET, C#,
and Windows Workflow.
Course Overview Hi! This is Scott Allen, and this course is a journey into Azure with Visual Studio 2019. What I want to show you is how to take an existing web application that was written without the cloud in mind and run that application in the cloud using Azure platform services. In this journey, we will learn how to use Azure app services and Azure SQL database. We will also see how to use tools in Visual Studio 2019 that will help us move code and data into the cloud, tools like the Visual Studio Cloud Explorer and SQL Server Object Explorer. By the end of this course, we will also see how to use Azure storage and how to monitor and scale our application to meet customer demand. I do assume you know the C# language, and it would help to know a bit about web development with .NET Core. At the end of this course, I'll point you to other courses that I've made for Pluralsight.com that go deeper into security and architecture topics so you can continue to grow your expertise with Azure.