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Migrate Windows service to Azure
Learn how to successfully migrate Windows service to Azure
Created by Marián Košťál, offered on Udemy
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Course explains how to migrate Windows service to Azure. It's for .NET developers and software achitects who solves the task how to migrate Windows service to Azure and are looking for cost effective solution. Course explains cloud service models and benefits of migration to cloud. Course explains alternatives for migration together with pros and cons, then required code changes in Windows service, preparing of Azure infrastructure, deployment, configuration and monitoring using Azure Application Insights. Course explains also other options for migration such as Azure Functions, Azure Automation, Azure SQL Database Jobs and Hangfire.
What you will learn
- Select Azure resources for migration
- Design simple, reliable and cost effective solution
- Create Azure resources using Azure Portal, Azure PowerShell, Azure CLI and ARM templates
- Deploy, configure and monitor Azure WebJobs
- Intermediate knowledge of C# programming language
- Intermediate knowledge of .NET platform
- Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Azure
- Visual Studio 2019
- Visual Studio Code
- Azure PowerShell
- Azure CLI