Azure Fundamentals (AZ900) certification preparation – short notes-III
In continuation to our previous 2 posts, here is the third post in the Azure fundamentals certification preparation series. As mentioned in our first post, we recommend you to read the complete documentation from the Microsoft Docs page.
So, here’s are the part-3 contents.
Azure API Apps : API Gateway- for building and consuming the APIs in cloud.Route APIs to Azure services
Azure Service Bus : Service Bus – A reliable MaaS (Messaging-as-a-S) and simple hybrid integration
Azure Stream analytics : Serverless Real-time analytics, from cloud to edge
Azure Logic Apps : Schedule,Automate and Orchestrate tasks, business processes and workflows. Ent Saas and Ent apps integration
Azure API Management : Hybrid, Multi-cloud. Put in front of existing APIs to add additional functionality.
Azure Queue storage : Messaging queue – data store for queuing an delivering messages between apps.
Azure App Service : Easy to use service for deploying web apps using .net,node.js, Java, Python, pHP. No need to worry about underlying infra. like HEROKU
Visual Studio : IDE designed for creating apps for Azure. Not visual studio code on laptops.
Xamarin : Mobile-App Framework – Create mobile apps with .Net and Azure.
Azure pipelines : CI/CD (contin Integration/Cont Delivery) pipelines (build,test and deploy) with GitHub or any other Git provider
Azure Repos : Unlimited Cloud hosted Private Git Repos for developement
Azure Test plans : Extraordinary testing tools for Test and ship
Azure Artifacts :
Azure DevTest Labs : Easy way to create devtest environments for your devtest requirements
Azure Quickstart Templates : A library of pre-made ARM templates. Community driven.
vNet can be 10.0.0.0/16 and 2 subnets can be 10.0.1.0/24 and 10.0.10.0/24 for example
Azure Front door : Secure entry point for fast delivery of your global apps
Azure Express route : A superfast connection between on-prem and Azure (50Mbps to 10Gbps)
Virtual WAN : Single operation interface which brings many networking, security and routing functionalities together
Azure Connection : A VPN connecting 2 azure local networks
Virtual Network Gateway : Site to Site VPN between Azure and Local network
Weighted, Performance, Priority, Geographic,Mutlivalue, Subnet etc… To which server instance the application request should go.