- Course info
This intermediate Microsoft Azure CDN and Azure Caching training prepares cloud administrators to implement Azure's content delivery network and optimize caching so that your data is delivered to worldwide users without delay.
Ultimately, all content delivery networks (CDNs) do the same job: duplicate data that users might request and store it in caches throughout the world so that when a user who's far away from your server does request data, that request doesn't have to travel all the way around the world, but instead can hop over to a local cache. Microsoft Azure is one of the many CDN providers around the world, and it has all the ingenuity, power and resources of Microsoft to differentiate it from competitors.
If you're trying to cache resources with Azure to enhance speed and reliability, this Azure CDN and Azure Caching training can help make sure you understand how Azure does that and what sets it apart from the pack.
For anyone who manages their Microsoft training, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new cloud administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
Azure CDN and Azure Caching: What You Need to Know
This Azure CDN and Azure Caching training has videos that cover topics including:
- Differentiating where caching can occur: web server, CDN, ISP or browser
- Defining the cache settings that determine a resource's freshness
- Determining whether cached data is still relevant through validation
- Providing cache-directive headings to control how caching is performed
Who Should Take Azure CDN and Azure Caching Training?
This Azure CDN and Azure Caching training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for cloud administrators. This Azure skills course is designed for cloud administrators with three to five years of experience with Azure content delivery network tools.
New or aspiring cloud administrators. For brand new cloud administrators, this Azure CDN and Azure Caching training is a necessary first step to understanding not only how to provide excellent caching services in the cloud, but specifically how to manage and maintain a Microsoft Azure CDN. Learn to configure cache settings, clear and update caches throughout the network, and provide fast data all over the world.
Experienced cloud administrators. For cloud administrators who've already been working in the field for several years, this training is a great way to come up to speed on how Microsoft's Azure does CDN and caching if your work has been on another CDN provider, or in a different aspect of cloud administration. This specialized and specific training will build on your experience and make sure you've got hands-on practice keeping Azure caches up-to-date and Azure CDN users happy with lag-free data.