Azure App Services & App Service Security with ASP.NET Core
Azure App Services help you to quickly and easily deploy web applications to Azure. When you host your web app using Azure App Services, you get scalability and reliability without having to worry about pesky day-to-day details like hardware, software, operating system patches, electricity, networking, etc. In this course, you'll learn how to create an Azure App Service in order to host your ASP.NET Core applications. We'll also spend lots of time covering Azure App Service Authentication and Authorization -- aka. "easy auth" -- from the perspective of an ASP.NET Core developer. We'll start with the simple security scenarios and then quickly move into how to integrate with and extend Azure App Service security using ASP.NET Core.
|Course Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Predicting the Future, Estimating, and Running Your Projects with Flow Metrics
Enter the concept of ‘flow’ and ‘flow metrics’. Little’s Law, Work in Progress (WIP), Cycle Time, and Throughput. These things make delivering projects – whether it's with Scrum, Agile or something else – much easier. Described briefly, you have things to work on. Work starts on those things. Work finishes. Measure how long that takes and how many things you got done. Make sure that things are getting done. No estimating required. And when someone wants to know when something will be ready you can give them forecasts based on actual data and probabilities. The goal of this course is to show you how to predict the future – how long will things take and how much can you get done – using statistical forecasting, throughput, and Monte Carlo simulations.
|Course Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes