Cloud Design Patterns for Azure: Design and Implementation
Cloud Design Patterns provide best practice solutions to common software design problems. You are probably using a lot of them already. Now it's time to learn everything about them.
When building and designing applications for the cloud you need to overcome a lot of challenges, like working with configuration, authentication, and authorization. In this course, Cloud Design Patterns for Azure: Design and Implementation, you'll learn the design patterns that enable you to design your cloud-based applications to handle configuration, authentication, and authorization of resources. First, you'll discover how to delegate authentication and user management to an external system with the Federated Identity pattern. Next, you'll explore how to offload work securely with the Valet Key pattern. Finally, you'll learn how to provide an extra layer of security with the Gatekeeper pattern. When you've finished this course, you'll have a foundational knowledge of the design patterns that will help you to design and build modern cloud-based applications.
Course SyllabusCourse Overview- 1m 30s
—Course Overview 1m 30sAbout the Design and Implementation Patterns- 8m 0s
—Introduction 0m 57s
—Why Design Patterns Matter 2m 17s
—About the Cloud Design Patterns for Azure 3m 51s
—Summary 0m 52sExternal Configuration System Pattern- 16m 13sFederated Identity Pattern- 19m 20sGatekeeper Pattern- 13m 32sRuntime Reconfiguration Pattern- 18m 20sValet Key Pattern- 17m 32s