This course teaches software developers on how they can leverage the cloud Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions for building enterprise-scale applications. This course will cover all the course objectives of Azure Certification exam AZ-200 Microsoft Azure Developer Core Solutions like elect the appropriate cloud technology solution, develop for cloud storage, Create Platform as a Service Solutions and Secure cloud solutions.
This, Microsoft Azure training is targeted for ANYONE who wants to move their current skillset to Microsoft Azure cloud, taking the benefit of unlimited computing, storing and networking power, for the unlimited personal career growth.
WHAT WILL YOU GET?
Exhaustive training by Microsoft Certified Trainer, Mr. Sandeep Soni having 22 years of experience.
You will get in-detailed and Complete Courseware prepared by Mr. Sandeep Soni himself and same can be used as for practice and reference
FREE Microsoft Official Courseware (MOC) for anyone course, AZ-100 or AZ-101 or AZ-200 or AZ-201. Which will also help you to prepare for the Azure Certification.
Guidance and support towards Microsoft Certification Exams will be provided by Mr. Sandeep Soni himself.
You can buy Certification Voucher at a discounted price.
Placement assistance will be provided to deserving candidates
OUR TRAINING METHODOLOGY?
Our star trainer Mr. Sandeep Soni having 22 years of experience in IT industry has compiled these courses and he will be himself delivering it.
Teaching methodology of Mr. Sandeep Soni is very simple but comprehensive, every topic begins with concepts, to position the candidate in a comfortable state about what is being talked about, followed by that practical demos as in real-time on every topic is taken explaining how the feature can be incorporated in real-time situations.
Our course will enable you to design, build, maintain and monitor robust and scalable cloud solutions and most important you will start thinking BIG. This course
Microsoft Azure CLOUD COMPUTING – Bestdotnettraining
Introduction: This article explains all about Cloud Computing.
What is Cloud Computing?
Why businesses are moving to Cloud?
Cloud Computing Service Models – IaaS, PaaS, SaaS.
Deployment Models in Cloud Computing.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Computing.
Cloud Computing Job Roles.
Cloud Computing Platforms and Certifications.
What is Cloud Computing?
Cloud: a metaphor for the Internet.
Cloud Computing: A type of Internet-based computing where different services — Storing and accessing data and programs over — are delivered to an organization’s computers and devices through the Internet.
A cloud computing service consists of highly optimized data centers (third-party data centers from the end user point of view), that provide various hardware, software and information resources (when needed).
Why is Cloud Platform preferred?
The cloud platform is preferred because it hides the complexity of the underlying infrastructure from users and applications by providing a very simple graphical interface or API (Applications Programming Interface).
The Cloud platform provides on-demand services that are always on, anywhere, anytime and anyplace.
Why are businesses moving to cloud?
In traditional hosting, a software company has to deal with-
Protection of data
Frequent upgrades to latest technologies/versions
Maintenance and up -gradation of hardware and most important, find the right skill sets at the right time.
Businesses today, are moving to Cloud because of its amazing characteristics as below.
Characteristics of Cloud computing-
Remotely hosted: Data or services are hosted on remote infrastructure.
Ubiquitous Data or services are available from any place through the internet.
Resiliency: To minimize downtime in the event of a disaster, Cloud providers generally mirrors solutions to multiple data centers.
Self – service, and On-demand: A consumer can himself provide computing capabilities, such as server time and network storage, automatically as required without requiring human interaction with each service’s provider. It is sold on demand mostly by the minutes or hours. (Pay as you go model)
Elasticity – A user can utilize the cloud service as much/ less as required.
Broad network access– Capabilities are available over the network and can be accessed through standard mechanisms that promote use by heterogeneous thin or thick client platforms (e.g., mobile phones, laptops, and PDAs).
Fully managed by the provider – The user is unaware of the details of how the service is managed in the cloud. For example, the user need not worry about aspects such as hardware that is used, software updates and patches, plug-ins, web security. There is optimum utilization of resources and as well as sharing of these resources. All is taken care of by the provider.
Cloud Computing Service Models
Cloud Computing = Software as a Service (SaaS)+ Platform as a Service (PaaS)+ Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
1) IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service):
Delivers computer infrastructure (a platform virtualization environment) as a service.
Rather than purchasing servers, software, network equipment, data center space or clients, buy those resources as a fully outsourced service.
Example: Amazon Web Services(AWS), Rackspace Hosting, VMWare, Citrix, Azure, Google Cloud
PaaS (Platform as a Service):
Provides necessary tools to the developers to create, test, host and maintain created applications.
Cloud providers offer an Internet-based platform to developers who just create services but don’t prefer to build their own cloud.
Example: Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, AWS
SaaS (Software as a Service):
SaaS is a software delivery methodology which provides licensed multi-tenant access to software and its functions remotely as a Web-based service.
From end user’s point of view, applications are located in the cloud and it is almost always accessible through a web browser.
Any application which is hosted on a remote server and can be accessed over the Internet is considered as SaaS.
Example: Microsoft Azure, Gmail, Google Apps (Office-like features), Sales Force CRM
Deployment Models in Cloud Computing
A private cloud hosting solution is also known as an internal or enterprise cloud, resides on the company’s intranet or hosted data center where all of your data is protected behind a firewall.
This can be a good option for companies who already have expensive data centers because they can use their current infrastructure.
You opt for a private cloud when you have strict security and data privacy
Cons: The main drawback people see with a private cloud is that complete work of management, maintenance, and updating of data centers is the responsibility of the company.
Public Clouds are the ones which are open for use by the general public and they exist beyond
the firewall of an organization fully hosted and managed by vendors.
Your data will be stored in the provider’s data center and the provider is responsible for the
management and maintenance of the data center.
Because you share computing resources among a network of users, the public cloud offers
greater flexibility and cost savings.
This is a good option if your demand for resources fluctuates. You will just purchase the capacity
on the basis of usage and can scale up or scale down server capabilities based on traffic and
other dynamic requirements.
The public cloud environment is appealing to many companies as it reduces lead times in testing
and deploying new products.
Cons: They are more vulnerable than private clouds and there is no control of who uses/ shares
Note: Even though you don’t control the security of a public cloud, all of your data remains
separate from others and security breaches of public clouds are extremely rare.
Hybrid Clouds are a mix of public and private clouds, consisting of external and internal providers.
Secure apps are managed by the organization and the not-so-secure apps by the third party
vendor. For example, you can use a public cloud to interact with the clients but keep their data
secured within a private cloud. Most companies are now switching to Hybrid clouds.
Hybrid Clouds are Ideal in situations where you have planned are to migrate to a complete cloud a
solution as existing hardware expires or you have some applications or hardware that are not ready
for the cloud.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Computing
Advantages of Cloud Computing:
1. Lower Computer Cost
2. Improved Performance.
3. Reduced Software Cost and Instant Software Updates.
4. Unlimited Storage Capacity.
5. Universal Document Access.
6. Increased data reliability.7. Device Independence.
Disadvantage of Cloud Computing:
Requires a constant Internet connection.
Does not work well with low-speed connections.
Features might be limited based on the provider you choose.
70-533: Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions – Bestdotnettraining
Tired of doing the same routine and mundane job…
Break the barrier open yourself to the world of completely new opportunities. Expand your Horizon and Vision about Cloud Computing. Be an actor and not a spectator in how cloud computing is encompassing the IT industry.
Whether it is a Startup, Midscale or Large Organization, all are now moving away from On-Premise infrastructure to Cloud Infrastructure. Virtual Network and Virtual Machines are taking over providing the advantage of Pay-As-Go model and ability to scale infrastructure if need be. Whether it is a Simple Website or E-commerce Portal or CRM or Office Automation tools or DevOps tools or anything which needs Server Infrastructure – all are now finding their space in Cloud.
Today knowledge of cloud computing is as essential as knowledge of OS for effectively using the system.
In Microsoft Build conference, Microsoft shared with the world how large its cloud platform is and who is using these services. They boosted that they have more data centres than Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google’s Cloud Service combined and that 85% of Fortune 500 companies are currently using Azure in some or the other capacity. TIME TO LEAVE YOUR COMFORT ZONE AND keep in tune with the developments for your personal career growth– ACCEPT the fact that CLOUD IS THE FUTURE
What is Azure 70-533?Knowledge about the components of the Azure architecture, including the tools, infrastructure and portals are the key focus areas in the training course of AZURE 70-533 which is primarily Infrastructure solutions. The primary highlights, of this course, are, creating Azure virtual machines, configuring and deploying storage solutions and data services
Who needs the AZURE training?This, Microsoft Azure training is targeted for ANYONE who wants to move their current skillset to Microsoft Azure cloud, taking the benefit of unlimited computing, storing and networking power, for personal career growth.
How the training is delivered?The Microsoft Azure course will enable you to design, build, maintain and monitor robust and scalable cloud solutions and most important you will start thinking BIG. This course also focuses on the architectural considerations and decisions necessary when building a highly available solution in the cloud.
Teaching methodology of Mr Sandeep Soni an industry expert is pretty simple, every topic begins with concepts, to position the candidate in a comfortable state to understand what is being talked about, followed by practical demos of, how the feature can be incorporated in real-time situations.
You can experience this by looking at some of his demo videos of Microsoft Azure as listed below and you can also visit.