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Monitor, Troubleshoot, and Optimize Azure Online Training


Knox Hutchinson


Monitor, Troubleshoot, and Optimize Azure Online Training

In this intermediate Microsoft skills training, Knox Hutchinson covers the troubleshooting and optimizing Azure portion of the Azure Developer exam, which is the one required exam to earn the Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate certification.

Optimizing and troubleshooting is among the most difficult things to learn in any technical career field. That’s because you need to know how the application, device, or network component works with every other component in the system. Luckily, Microsoft developed some tools to help you monitor, troubleshoot, and optimize your Azure applications.

After watching this Azure Monitor, Troubleshoot, and Optimize course, you'll know how to implement Application Insights into your ASP.NET web app with Visual Studio, how to integrate a single page application (SPA) to Application Insights, and how to implement Application Insights web tests and alerts.

For anyone who manages their Azure training, this Microsoft training can be used for AZ-203 exam prep, on-boarding new cloud engineers or developers, as a Microsoft reference resource, or curated into individual training plans.

Monitor, Troubleshoot, and Optimize Azure: What You Need to Know

This Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate training maps to the AZ-203 troubleshooting and optimizing Azure exam objectives and covers topics including:

  • Using Azure Monitor
  • Enabling Application Insights in web apps
  • Performing web tests and monitoring alerts
  • Deploying and securing content delivery networks
  • Leveraging Azure Redis Cache and other caching solutions
  • Understanding why and how to scale in Azure
  • Developing Azure functions for asynchronous tasks

Who Should Take Monitor Troubleshoot and Optimize Azure Training?

This Monitor Troubleshoot and Optimize Azure training is considered engineer-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for Azure developers. This troubleshooting and optimizing Azure skills course is designed for developers or cloud engineers with three to five years of experience with Azure infrastructure.

New or aspiring cloud engineers. New cloud engineers will find this Monitor, Troubleshoot, and Optimize Azure training particularly beneficial for their careers because it provides formal training on every aspect of ensuring the perfect operation of Azure resources. A cloud engineer’s future career will undoubtedly involve using Azure — knowing every intricacy of troubleshooting and optimizing Azure will make you invaluable.

Experienced cloud engineers. As cloud engineers with several years of experience are undoubtedly already aware, troubleshooting complex networks is rarely as simple as pressing the “Troubleshooting Wizard” button. If optimizing an Azure network were easy, anyone could do it -- but it isn’t, and they can’t. And that’s because there’s a lot to ensuring a company’s Azure resources run perfectly all the time. That’s where this training comes in: cloud engineers who are already familiar with Azure will move rapidly through this Monitor, Troubleshoot and Optimize Azure training and be ready to eventually earn their Microsoft Certified Azure Developer Associate certificate.

Skills You'll Learn in this Course

  • Develop for Azure Scalability

    Advanced 33 mins6 videos
  • Azure Caching and Content Delivery

    Intermediate 31 mins5 videos
  • Monitor Azure Services with App Insights

    Intermediate 27 mins5 videos
  • Monitor, Troubleshoot, and Optimize Azure Learning Resources

    This Azure infrastructure training includes videos and in-video quizzes.

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