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Azure Integration Guide for Business

By : Joshua Garverick, Jack Lee, Mélony Qin, Trevoir Williams
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Azure Integration Guide for Business

By: Joshua Garverick, Jack Lee, Mélony Qin, Trevoir Williams

Overview of this book

Azure Integration Guide for Business is essential for decision makers planning to transform their business with Microsoft Azure. The Microsoft Azure cloud platform can improve the availability, scalability, and cost-efficiency of any business. The guidance in this book will help decision makers gain valuable insights into proactively managing their applications and infrastructure. You'll learn to apply best practices in Azure Virtual Network and Azure Storage design, ensuring an efficient and secure cloud infrastructure. You'll also discover how to automate Azure through Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and leverage various Azure services to support OLTP applications. Next, you’ll explore how to implement Azure offerings for event-driven architectural solutions and serverless applications. Additionally, you’ll gain in-depth knowledge on how to develop an automated, secure, and scalable solutions. Core elements of the Azure ecosystem will be discussed in the final chapters of the book, such as big data solutions, cost governance, and best practices to help you optimize your business. By the end of this book, you’ll understand what a well-architected Azure solution looks like and how to lead your organization toward a tailored Azure solution that meets your business needs.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)

Best practices for automating architectures on Azure

Azure DevOps and GitHub are both popular platforms for managing software development projects and collaborating on code.

Azure DevOps is a comprehensive set of tools and services for building, testing, and deploying applications and infrastructure on Azure. It provides a powerful platform for DevOps teams to manage their entire application lifecycle, from planning and coding to testing, deployment, and monitoring. Azure DevOps includes several components, such as Azure Repos, Azure Pipelines, Azure Boards, Azure Test Plans, and Azure Artifacts, which can be used independently or together to automate various aspects of the DevOps process.

GitHub is a web-based hosting service for version control using Git. Similar to Azure DevOps, GitHub provides a platform for collaborative development and allows developers to host and review code, manage projects, and build software.

Here are some common benefits offered by both Azure DevOps...