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Learn to deploy and run Microsoft Windows® applications on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Through lectures and hands-on labs, learn how to configure and run Microsoft Windows and Microsoft SQL Server in Google Compute Engine. You will also learn how to develop and deploy ASP.NET applications and deploy them to Google Compute Engine, Google App Engine, and Google Container Engine.
This course teaches participants the following skills:
• Configuring Microsoft Windows and Microsoft SQL Server in Google Compute Engine
• Deploying ASP.NET MVC applications to Google Compute Engine
• Deploying .NET Core applications to Google Compute Engine, Google Compute Engine, and Google Container Engine
• System-administration or application-development experience with Microsoft Windows
• A general familiarity with cloud computing
Module 1: Introduction to Google Cloud Platform
Get to know the basics of Google Cloud Platform and how to create Windows virtual machines. You'll learn about the scope and structure of GCP, options for Windows deployment on GCP, and GCP interfaces.
Module 2: Windows Workloads on Google Compute Engine
You'll learn about Google Compute Engine virtual machine options, integrating Active Directory with Google Compute Engine virtual machines, and running SQL Server in Google Compute Engine for high availability.
Module 3: Developing ASP.NET MVC applications
You'll learn about the model-view-controller structure, using Microsoft Visual Studio’s Web Project template to develop in ASP.NET, and deploying applications to Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) in GCE.
Module 4: Configuring Resilient Workloads
You'll learn about deploying instances across GCP zones, using instance groups to create pools of virtual machines, and load balancing Windows applications.
Module 5: Delivering Next-Generation ASP.NET Core on GCP
Finally, you'll learn about .NET Core and EF Core, options for deploying ASP.NET Core applications on Google Cloud Platform, and how to deploy ASP.NET Core applications on Google Compute Engine, Google Container Engine, and Google App Engine.