In this course, you will learn about Microsoft Azure Resource Manager which is the deployment and management service for resources in Azure. It is the consistent layer for creating, updating, and deleting resources in an Azure Subscription. This course will explain the architecture of resource manager and take a deep dive into topics such as resource providers and resources.
AWS Certified DevOps Engineer
The AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional exam tests the candidate's technical expertise in provisioning, operating, and managing distributed application systems on the AWS platform. For this exam, you should know how to:Implement and manage continuous delivery systems and methodologies on AWS. Understand, implement, and automate security controls, governance processes, and compliance validation. Define and deploy monitoring, metrics, and logging systems on AWS. Implement systems that are highly available, scalable, and self-healing on the AWS platform. Design, manage, and maintain tools to automate operational processes.This course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills required to pass the AWS Certified DevOps Engineer - Professional exam and to successfully apply these skills in the workplace.
In this lab, you will use the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) REST API, via the Azure Resource Explorer, to provision and Azure Function App hosted on an App Service Plan using Consumption plan pricing. Then you will provision a new Azure Storage Account, and update it's configuration to use Read-Access Geo-Redundant Storage to replicate the data stored to a read-only, secondary Azure Region / Location.
In this lab, you will perform several maintenance operations on an existing IaaS application. All operations will be carried out by making direct calls to the Azure Resource Manager REST API, using the Resource Explorer tool. This lab will automatically provision several virtual machines and will take 15-25 minutes to fully start.
In this lab, you will use Java to write a back-end console application and register it with Azure Active Directory. You will then create a Key for the Registered app, and write code to generate an Access Token for the application to use when calling the Azure AD Graph API. Code will also be written to call the Azure AD Graph REST API from within Java using the Access Token for authentication.
In this lab, you will learn how to make direct calls to the Azure Resource Manager REST API. There are various different tools available to make these API calls Each exercise focuses on a different tool, and on different features of the REST API.