ASP.NET Core: Working with Azure Tables

ASP.NET Core: Working with Azure Tables
ASP.NET Core: Working with Azure Tables
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 03m | 233 MB

After an app is developed and made available to users, making drastic database changes is an almost impossible task unless your data storage is nonrelational. Using nonrelational storage such as Azure Table storage makes it easy to change the database structure if you need to— without breaking the app. In this course, instructor Ervis Trupja helps you get up to speed with Azure Table storage, explaining how to work with it in an ASP.NET Core application using the Cosmos DB Table API. Ervis goes over the differences between SQL and NoSQL databases, as well as what Azure Table storage has to offer. He steps through how to set up Azure Table storage in an ASP.NET Core application. He also explores how to add, update, read, and delete data from tables in Azure Table storage. To wrap up, Ervis covers how to replicate Azure Table storage data globally, allowing users around the world to access your data without experiencing latency.

Table of Contents

1 Using Azure Table storage with ASP.NET Core
2 What you should know
3 What is Azure Table storage
4 Why use Azure Table storage
5 Azure Table storage concepts
6 Setting up the Azure environment
7 Setting up the ASP.NET Core console application
8 Parsing and validating an Azure Table storage connection string
9 Creating a table in Azure Table storage
10 Adding an entity into Azure Table storage
11 Updating an entity in Azure Table storage
12 Retrieving all entities from Azure Table storage
13 Challenge Retrieve a single entity from Azure Table storage
14 Solution Retrieve a single entity from Azure Table storage
15 Deleting an entity from Azure Table storage
16 Replicating Azure Table storage data globally
17 Next steps