Developing Cloud Native Applications in Azure using .NET Core:A Practitioner’s Guide to Design, Develop and Deploy Apps (English Edition)
Author:Rekha Kodali ,Dr Gopala Krishna Behara ,Sankara Narayanan Govindarajulu (Author)
Publisher Finelybook 出版社：BPB Publications (January 31, 2020)
pages 页数：322 pages
Guide to designing and developing cloud native applications in Azure
Basics of Cloud Native Applications
Different cloud native options for developing Cloud Native Applications in Azure
BOTs, Web Apps, Mobile Apps, Logic Apps, Service Bus, Azure Functions
Azure IOT Applications
Azure Machine Learning Basics
Enterprise Digital Journeys
The mainstreaming of the cloud-native architecture as an enterprise discipline is well underway. According to the Forbes report, in January 2018, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud Author:2020, 41% of enterprise workloads will run on public cloud platforms while another 22% will be running on hybrid cloud platforms.
Customers are embarking on enterprise digital transformation journeys. Adopting cloud, cloud-native architectures, and microservices is an important aspect of the journey.
This book starts with a brief introduction to the basics of cloud-native applications and cloud-native application patterns. It covers cloud-native options available in Azure.
The objective of the book is to provide practical guidelines to an architect/designer/consultant/developer who is part of the Cloud application definition team. The book articulates a methodology that the implementation team needs to follow in a systematic manner and adapt them to fulfill the requirements for enabling the cloud-native application. It emphasizes on the interpersonal skills and techniques for organizing and directing the cloud-native definition, leadership buy-in, and leading the transition from planning to implementation. It also highlights steps to be followed and the patterns for developing cloud-native applications, cloud-native options available in Azure, developing BOT, and microservices based on Azure. It also covers how to develop simple IoT applications, Machine learning-based applications, and the serverless architecture using Azure with a practical and pragmatic approach.
This book embraces a structured approach around the following key themes that represent the typical phases an enterprise traverses during its cloud-native application journey.
What will you learn
This book aims to:
Demonstrate the importance of cloud-native applications in elevating the effectiveness of organizational transformation programs and digital enterprise journeys using MS Azure.
Disseminate current advancements and thought leadership in the area of cloud-native architecture in the context of digital enterprises.
Provide initiatives with evidence-based, credible, field-tested and practical guidance in designing their respective architectures