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Module 1: Overview of service and cloud technologies
This module provides an overview of service and cloud technologies using the Microsoft .NET Framework and
the Windows Azure cloud.

Lessons
Key Components of Distributed Applications
Data and Data Access Technologies
Service Technologies
Cloud Computing
Exploring the Blue Yonder Airlines’ Travel Companion Application

Lab : Exploring the work environment

Creating a Windows Azure SQL Database
Creating an Entity Data model
Managing the Entity Framework Model with an ASP.NET Web API Project
Deploying a web application to Windows Azure
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe the key components of distributed applications.
Describe data and data access technologies.
Explain service technologies.
Describe the features and functionalities of cloud computing.
Describe the architecture and working of the Blue Yonder Airlines Travel Companion application

Module 2: Querying and Manipulating Data Using Entity Framework

This module Describes the Entity Framework data model, and how to create, read, update, and delete data.

Lessons
ADO.NET Overview
Creating an Entity Data Model
Querying Data
Manipulating Data
Lab : Creating a Data Access Layer by Using Entity Framework
Creating a Data Model
Querying and Manipulating Data
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Explain basic objects in ADO.NET and asynchronous operations.
Create an Entity Framework data model.
Query data by using Entity Framework.
Insert, delete, and update entities by using Entity Framework

Module 3: Creating and Consuming ASP.NET Web API Services
This module describes HTTP-based services
that are developed, hosted, and consumed by using ASP.NET Web API

Lessons
HTTP Services
Creating an ASP.NET Web API Service
Handling HTTP Requests and Responses
Hosting and Consuming ASP.NET Web API Services
Lab : Creating the Travel Reservation ASP.NET Web API Service

Creating an ASP.NET Web API Service
Consuming an ASP.NET Web API Service

After completing this module, students will be able to:

Design services by using the HTTP protocol.
Create services by using ASP.NET Web API.
Use the HttpRequestMessage/HttpResponseMessage classes to control HTTP messages.
Host and consume ASP.NET Web API services.

Module 4: Extending and Securing ASP.NET Web API Services
This module describes in detail the ASP.NET Web API architecture and how you can extend and secure ASP.NET Web API services

Lessons
The ASP.NET Web API Pipeline
Creating OData Services
Implementing Security in ASP.NET Web API Services
Injecting Dependencies into Controllers
Lab : Extending Travel Companion’s ASP.NET Web API Services

Creating a Dependency Resolver for Repositories
Adding a New Media Type for RSS Requests
Adding OData Capabilities to the Flight Schedule Service
Applying Validation Rules in the Booking Service
Secure the communication between client and server
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Extend the ASP.NET Web API request and response pipeline.
Create OData services using ASP.NET Web API.
Secure ASP.NET Web API.
Inject dependencies into ASP.NET Web API controllers.

Module 5: Creating WCF Services
This module introduces Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and describes how to create, host, and
consume a WCF service.

Lessons
Advantages of Creating Services with WCF
Creating and Implementing a Contract
Configuring and Hosting WCF Services
Consuming WCF Services
Lab : Creating and Consuming the WCF Booking Service

Creating the WCF Booking Service
Configuring and Hosting the WCF Service
Consuming the WCF Service from the ASP.NET Web API Booking Service
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe why and when to use WCF to create services.
Define a service contract and implement it.
Host and configure a WCF service.
Consume a WCF service from a client application.

Module 6: Hosting Services
This module describes how to host web services both on-premises and in Windows Azure. It explains various components of Windows Azure Cloud Services: Web Role, Worker Role, and Windows Azure Web Sites.

Lessons
Hosting Services On-Premises
Hosting Services in Windows Azure
Lab : Hosting Services

Hosting the WCF Services in IIS
Host the ASP.NET Web API Services in a Windows Azure Web Role
Host the Flights Management Web Application in a Windows Azure Web Site
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Host services on-premises by using Windows services and IIS
Host services in the Windows Azure cloud environment by using Windows Azure Cloud Services and
Web Sites

Module 7: Windows Azure Service Bus
This module describes web-scale messaging patterns, and the infrastructures provided by Windows Azure Service Bus.

Lessons

What Are Windows Azure Service Bus Relays?
Windows Azure Service Bus Queues
Windows Azure Service Bus Topics
Lab : Windows Azure Service Bus

Use a Service Bus Relay for the WCF Booking Service
Publish Flight Updates to Clients by Using Windows Azure Service Bus Queues
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe the purpose and functionality of relayed and buffered messaging.
Provision, configure, and use the service bus queues.
Enhance the effectiveness of queue-based communications using topics, subscriptions and filters.

Module 8: Deploying Services
This module describes different techniques for deploying web applications.

Lessons

Web Deployment with Visual Studio 2012
Creating and Deploying Web Application Packages
Command-Line Tools for Web Deploy
Deploying Web and Service Applications to Windows Azure
Continuous Delivery with TFS and Git
Best Practices for Production Deployment
Lab : Deploying Services

Deploying an Updated Service to Windows Azure
Exporting and importing an IIS deployment package
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Deploy web applications with Visual Studio.
Create and deploy web applications by using IIS Manager.
Deploy web applications by using the command line.
Deploy web applications to Windows Azure environments.
Use continuous delivery with TFS and Git.
Apply best practices for deploying web applications on-premises and to Windows Azure.

Module 9: Windows Azure Storage
This module Describes Windows Azure Storage, the services it provides, and the best way to use these services.

Lessons

Introduction to Windows Azure Storage
Windows Azure Blob Storage
Windows Azure Table Storage
Windows Azure Queue Storage
Restricting Access to Windows Azure Storage
Lab : Windows Azure Storage

Storing Content in Windows Azure Storage
Storing Content in Windows Azure Table Storage
Creating Shared Access Signatures for Blobs
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe the architecture of Windows Azure Storage.
Implement Blob Storage in your applications.
Use Table Storage in your applications
Describe how to use Windows Azure Queues as a communication mechanism between different parts of your application
Control access to your storage items.

Module 10: Monitoring and Diagnostics
This module describes how to perform monitoring and diagnostics in Windows Azure services.

Lessons

Performing Diagnostics by Using Tracing
Configuring Service Diagnostics
Monitoring Services Using Windows Azure Diagnostics
Collecting Windows Azure Metrics
Lab : Monitoring and Diagnostics

Configuring WCF Tracing and Message Logging
Configuring Windows Azure Diagnostics
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Perform tracing in the .NET Framework with the System.Diagnostics namespace.
Configure and explore web service and IIS tracing.
Monitor services by using Windows Azure Diagnostics.
View and collect Windows Azure metrics in the management portal.

Module 11: Identity Management and Access Control
This module describes the basic principles of modern identity handling and demonstrates how to use infrastructures such as Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS) to implement authentication and authorization with claims-based identity in Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).

Lessons

Claims-based Identity Concepts
Using the Windows Azure Access Control Service
Configuring Services to Use Federated Identities
Handling Federated Identities on the Client Side
Lab : Identity Management and Access Control

Configuring Windows Azure ACS
Integrating ACS with the ASP.NET Web API Project
Deploying the Web Application to Windows Azure and Configure the Client App
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe the basic principles of claims-based identity.
Create a Security Token Service (STS) by using Windows Azure ACS.
Configure WCF to use federated identity.
Consume a WCF service that uses federated ide\ntities.

Module 12: Scaling Services
This module describes the ways in which you can ensure services can handle increasing workloads and user demand.

Lessons

Introduction to Scalability
Load Balancing
Scaling On-Premises Services with Distributed Cache
Windows Azure Caching
Caveats of Scaling Services
Scaling Globally
Lab : Scalability

Use Windows Azure Caching
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Explain the need for scalability.
Describe how to use load balancing for scaling services.
Describe how to use distributed caching for on-premises as well as Windows Azure services.
Describe how to use Windows Azure caching.
Describe how to deal with common challenges and issues that appear when services need to scale.
Describe how to scale services globally.

Module 13: Appendix A: Designing and Extending WCF Services
This module covers designing Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service contracts, creating services that support distributed transactions, and extending the WCF pipeline with custom runtime components and
custom behaviors.

Lessons

Applying Design Principles to Service Contracts
Handling Distributed Transactions
Extending the WCF Pipeline
Lab : Designing and Extending WCF Services

Create a Custom Error Handler Runtime Component
Add Support for Distributed Transactions to the WCF Booking Service
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Design and create services and clients to use different kinds of message patterns.
Configure a service to support distributed transactions.
Extend the WCF pipeline with runtime components, custom behaviors, and extensible objects.

Module 14: Appendix B: Implementing Security in WCF Services
This module deals with the various considerations you have to take into account when designing a secure web service, such as encryption, input validation, authentication, and authorization, and the techniques to use
while applying these considerations to services developed with WCF.

Lessons

Introduction to Web Services Security
Transport Security
Message Security
Configuring Service Authentication and Authorization

Lab : Securing a WCF Service

Securing the WCF Service
Using authorization rules to validate the client’s requests
Configure the ASP.NET web API booking service for secured communication
After completing this module, students will be able to:

Describe web application security.
Configure a service for transport security.
Configure a service for message security.
Implement and configure authentication and authorization logic.
Course Id:
CC001 
Course Fees:
301 USD