Azure PaaS Compute Solutions Online Training
Azure has a number of services that make developing Azure apps easy. Rather than going through them all, this PaaS Compute Solutions training covers the most important ones — and Knox shows you how to use them. Azure PaaS services are all about making life easy through apps and APIs. Knox is all about making it easy to use those apps.
After finishing this Azure PaaS Compute Solutions training, you'll know how to deploy a mobile application backend to Azure. You’ll gain an understanding of Easy Tables, offline sync, and front-end client code, and how to configure authentication and push notifications for Azure mobile apps.
For anyone who manages developers or cloud administrators, this Microsoft training can be used for AZ-900 exam prep, on-boarding developers on Azure, upskilling cloud administrators, or as part of a team training plan.
Azure PaaS Compute Solutions: What You Need to Know
This PaaS compute solutions training covers topics such as:
- Creating Azure app service web apps, mobile apps, and API apps
- Developing mobile apps through Azure
- Deploying, subscribing to, protecting and monitoring APIs
- Deploying an app service after properly coding it
- Understanding function triggers, data operations, timers and webhooks
- Publishing and testing APIs
Who Should Take Azure PaaS Compute Solutions Training?
This Azure PaaS Compute Solutions training is considered administrator-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for cloud administrators. This compute solutions skill course is designed for cloud administrators with three to five years of experience with Azure infrastructure.
New or aspiring Azure developers. This Azure PaaS Compute Solutions training will make a new cloud administrator highly attractive to any company that needs expertise in Azure’s web and mobile app tools.
Experienced Azure developers. Cloud developers with mastery over Azure’s Platform as a Service (PaaS) compute solution can be their company’s expert in optimizing mobile apps through Azure.