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Azure Kubernetes Services with Microservices
Azure Kubernetes Services with Microservices

Design and implement scalable microservices using Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS) and other Azure Services. This book will help you understand why and when to choose microservices as a solution for modernization and how to use Azure DevOps to implement CI/CD for deploying microservices. The book starts with an introduction to the evolution to microservices and AKS along with its components. You will learn design patterns to implement microservices on AKS and understand Kubernetes as a container orchestration platform. You will go through the common errors faced in AKS-based applications and ways to handle them. You will learn error handling tips and tricks and how to design for business continuity and disaster recovery. The book discusses things you should know related to security and monitoring when working with AKS-based applications. The book presents a practical approach to set up processes for CI/CD, such as building Build and release pipelines for AKS depl ...
Azure Cloud Security for Absolute Beginners
Azure Cloud Security for Absolute Beginners

Implement cloud security with Azure security tools, configurations and policies that address the needs of businesses and governments alike. This book introduces you to the most important security solutions available in Azure and provides you with step-by-step guidance to effectively set up security and deploy an application on top of Azure platform services, as well as on top of Azure infrastructure. Author Pushpa Herath begins by teaching you the fundamentals of Azure security. An easy to follow exploration of management groups, subscriptions, management locks and Azure policies further elaborate the concepts underlying Azure cloud security. Next, you will learn about Azure Active Directory (AAD) and the utilization of AAD in application and infrastructure security. Essential aspects of maintaining secure application keys and certificates are further explained in the context of Azure Key Vault. New application security ...
Learning DevOps, 2nd Edition
Learning DevOps, 2nd Edition

In the implementation of DevOps processes, the choice of tools is crucial to the sustainability of projects and collaboration between developers and ops. This book presents the different patterns and tools for provisioning and configuring an infrastructure in the cloud, covering mostly open source tools with a large community contribution, such as Terraform, Ansible, and Packer, which are assets for automation. This DevOps book will show you how to containerize your applications with Docker and Kubernetes and walk you through the construction of DevOps pipelines in Jenkins as well as Azure pipelines before covering the tools and importance of testing. You'll find a complete chapter on DevOps practices and tooling for open source projects before getting to grips with security integration in DevOps using Inspec, Hashicorp Vault, and Azure Secure DevOps kit. You'll also learn about the reduction of downtime with blue-green deployment and feature flags techniques before fi ...
Pro Serverless Data Handling with Microsoft Azure
Pro Serverless Data Handling with Microsoft Azure

Design and build architectures on the Microsoft Azure platform specifically for data-driven and ETL applications. Modern cloud architectures rely on serverless components more than ever, and this book helps you identify those components of data-driven or ETL applications that can be tackled using the technologies available on the Azure platform. The book shows you which Azure components are best suited to form a strong foundation for data-driven applications in the Microsoft Azure Cloud. If you are a solution architect or a decision maker, the conceptual aspects of this book will help you gain a deeper understanding of the underlying technology and its capabilities. You will understand how to develop using Azure Functions, Azure Data Factory, Logic Apps, and to employ serverless databases in your application to achieve the best scalability and design. If you are a developer, you will benefit from the hands-on approach used throughout this bo ...
Mastering Azure API Management
Mastering Azure API Management

Unsure of how or where to get started with Azure API Management, Microsoft's managed service for securing, maintaining, and monitoring APIs? Then this guide is for you. Azure API Management integrates services like Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS), Function Apps, Logic Apps, and many others with the cloud and provides users with a single, unified, and well-structured façade in the cloud. Mastering Azure API Management is designed to help API developers and cloud engineers learn all aspects of Azure API Management, including security and compliance. It provides a pathway for getting started and learning valuable management and administration skills. You will learn what tools you need to publish a unified API façade towards backend services, independent of where and what they run on. You will begin with an overview of web APIs. You will learn about today's challenges and how a unified API management approach can help you address them. From there ...
Mastering the Microsoft Kinect
Mastering the Microsoft Kinect

Know how to program the Microsoft Kinect and use the device for applications that interact directly with humans through gestures and motion. This book covers the mathematics and theoretical background needed for depth sensing, motion tracking, and object recognition while maintaining a practical focus on getting things done. You will learn to track the human body in three-dimensional space, analyze the human motion, and remove the background to isolate the person being tracked. You will see how to recognize objects and voice, and transform between the three-dimensional physical space and a computer's two-dimensional screen. The book is written with real-world applications in mind. It provides step-by-step tutorials and source code for common use cases. The author has worked with startups and Fortune 500 companies, and all of the examples are taken directly from the industry. The book's practical focus simplifies the core principles, removes the clutter, and allows developers to star ...
Software Architecture with C# 10 and .NET 6, 3rd Edition
Software Architecture with C# 10 and .NET 6, 3rd Edition

Software architecture is the practice of implementing structures and systems that streamline the software development process and improve the quality of an app. This fully revised and expanded third edition, featuring the latest features of .NET 6 and C# 10, enables you to acquire the key skills, knowledge, and best practices required to become an effective software architect. Software Architecture with C# 10 and .NET 6, Third Edition features new chapters that describe the importance of the software architect, microservices with ASP.NET Core, and analyzing the architectural aspects of the front-end in the applications, including the new approach of .NET MAUI. It also includes a new chapter focused on providing a short introduction to artificial intelligence and machine learning using ML.NET, and updated chapters on Azure Kubernetes Service, EF Core, and Blazor. You will begin by understanding how to transform user requirements into architectural needs and exploring the di ...
Cloud Native Infrastructure with Azure
Cloud Native Infrastructure with Azure

The cloud is becoming the de facto home for companies ranging from enterprises to startups. Moving to the cloud means moving your applications from monolith to microservices. But once you do, running and maintaining these services brings its own level of complexity. The answer? Modularity, deployability, observability, and self-healing capacity through cloud native development. With this practical book, Nishant Singh and Michael Kehoe show you how to build a true cloud native infrastructure using Microsoft Azure or another cloud computing solution by following guidelines from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). DevOps and site reliability engineers will learn how adapting applications to cloud native early in the design phase helps you fully utilize the elasticity and distributed nature of the cloud. This book helps you explore: Why go cloud native? How to use infrastructure as code; What it takes to containerize an application; Why and how Kubernetes is the "gra ...
Azure Durable Functions Succinctly
Azure Durable Functions Succinctly

Durable Functions is an Azure Functions extension that implements triggers and bindings that abstract and manage state persistence. Using Durable Functions, you can easily create stateful objects entirely managed by the extension. Azure Durable Functions Succinctly author Massimo Bonanni will take readers from a recap of Azure Functions through Durable entities so that you can determine if this technology is right for your needs. ...
Building Applications with Azure Resource Manager (ARM)
Building Applications with Azure Resource Manager (ARM)

Learn how to leverage infrastructure as code with Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and the best practices to build, test, debug, and deploy your applications in Microsoft Azure using ARM templates and the new domain-specific language Bicep. As organizations consider moving partially or fully to the cloud, infrastructure as code (IaC) has become a key component to improving time to market for their applications. However, it is critical that enterprise infrastructure professionals use the right resources and strategies to build the infrastructure required to run applications in the cloud. Azure cloud-native components and capabilities automate the build and deployment process, offering a myriad of compelling reasons to leverage IaC to build your applications in Azure. Starting with the evolution of the software-defined approach and building on the basic concepts of infrastructure as code, this book provides you with comprehensive guidance to learn Azure Resour ...
Professional Scrum Development with Azure DevOps
Professional Scrum Development with Azure DevOps

This guide can help any development team plan, track, and manage work far more effectively, by combining today's leading agile framework (Scrum) and Microsoft's ALM/DevOps toolset (Azure DevOps). Renowned Scrum expert Richard Hundhausen thoroughly covers team formation, backlogs, Sprints, test plans, collaboration, flow, continuous improvement, Azure Boards, Azure Test Plans, and the real-world tradeoffs associated with DevOps. Throughout, you'll find practical, in-the-trenches tips from experienced Professional Scrum Developers. To make this guide even more valuable, Hundhausen has organized it to complement Scrum.org's popular Professional Scrum Developer (PSD) program, which he created with Scrum.org's Ken Schwaber, author of this book's Foreword. Professional Scrum Trainer Richard Hundhausen shows how to: Deepen your understanding of the Scrum framework and Professional Scrum as based on the 2020 Scrum Guide; Provide proven work item planning and tracking, a ...
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