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Azure Networking Cookbook: Practical recipes to manage network traffic in Azure, optimize performance, and secure Azure resources Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Mustafa Toroman is a program architect and senior system engineer with Authority Partners. With years of experience of designing and monitoring infrastructure solutions, lately, he focuses on designing new solutions in the cloud and migrating existing solutions to the cloud. He is very interested in DevOps processes, and he's also an Infrastructure-as-Code enthusiast. Mustafa has over 30 Microsoft certifications and has been an MCT for the last 6 years. He often speaks at international conferences about cloud technologies, and he has been awarded the MVP award for Microsoft Azure for the last three years in a row.
Mustafa also authored Hands-On Cloud Administration in Azure and co-authored Learn Node.js with Azure, both published by Packt.
- ASIN : B07NP947P8
- Publisher : Packt Publishing; 1st edition (March 30, 2019)
- Publication date : March 30, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 11650 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
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- Print length : 236 pages
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- Best Sellers Rank: #1,623,677 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Not a bad book, but extremely verbose for the very simple scenarios it presents. One single example: it takes 18 pages to present how you can create/assign/unassign/remove public/private IPs, with really trivial operations. Through an Azure portal GUI that already changed (as expected) within one single year. Or with PowerShell commands that you must be really specialized on to learn by heart.
I would have loved by far some common sense simple visual diagrams, with the relationships between these network objects in Azure.
The reason I deduct one star is although you create a lot of services, you do not validate or test any of those. The book basically shows you how you create those services individually but it doesn't show you how to tie those services together as demo project(s). Another minor thing is the book uses old AzureRM module instead of new Az module.
Overall, this is the first book to read for those who are new to Azure IaaS and make yourself familiar with those services.