Welcome to the new blog post (Part 5/12) from the Az-305 series to help you get ready for the AZ-305 exam.
Please, check the previous post(s) listed below, if you landed on this page for the first time 🙂
Table of content (blog series)
- *** Design Identity, Governance, and Monitoring Solutions ***
- Part 1: Design a governance solution
- Part 2: Design Authentication and Authorization Solutions
- Part 3: Design a solution to log and monitor Azure resources
- *** Design Infrastructure Solutions ***
- Part 4: Design a compute solution
- Part 5: Design an application architecture solution
- Part 6: Design a network infrastructure solution
- Part 7: Design a migration solution
- *** Design Data Storage Solutions ****
- Part 8: Design a non-relational data storage solution
- Part 9: Design a data storage solution for relational data
- Part 10: Design a data integration solution
- *** Design Business Continuity Solutions ***
- Part 11: Design a solution for Business Continuity, backup and disaster recovery
- Part 12: Design for high availability
What is an Application Architecture ?
An application architecture is a structural map of how an organization’s software applications are assembled and how those applications interact with each other to meet business or user requirements. An application architecture helps ensure that applications are scalable and reliable, and assists enterprises identify gaps in functionality.The Techtarget
Generally speaking, application architecture defines how applications interact with components such as middleware, databases and other applications. There are many different application architectures like; N-Tier, Web-Queue-Worker, Service-Oriented (SOA), Event-Driven, and others.
WHAT are the characteristics of APPlication Architecture in azure?
The Azure Application architecture requires a structured approach while designing applications that are capable to operate with the following characteristics; scalable, resilient and highly available.
The cloud is changing how applications are designed and secured. Instead of monoliths, applications are decomposed into smaller, decentralized services. These services communicate through APIs or by using asynchronous messaging or eventing. Applications scale horizontally, adding new instances as demand requires.Microsoft Docs
Microsoft has provided a very valuable resource on Azure architecture that you could check on “Azure Architecture Center“. Check this resource for best practices and patterns for your current or upcoming application that you plan to design and run on Azure.
Part 5: Design an application architecture solution
The references below are taken from official Microsoft docs and focused on designing Application solutions in Azure. You could also find it helpful to check the Microsoft docs and learning paths with [Tutorials] below 😉.
This collection of links are gathered with a focus toward the exam objectives of AZ-305 certification exam.
Choose between Azure messaging services – Event Grid, Event Hubs, and Service Bus
What is Azure Queue Storage?
Service Bus queues, topics, and subscriptions
Storage queues and Service Bus queues – compared and contrasted
Azure Event Hubs — A big data streaming platform and event ingestion service
Features and terminology in Azure Event Hubs
Use Azure Event Hubs from Apache Kafka applications
Capture events through Azure Event Hubs in Azure Blob Storage or Azure Data Lake Storage
[CASE STUDY] Migrate to a microservices architecture / Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB
What is Azure Event Grid?
IoT Concepts and Azure IoT Hub
Connecting IoT Devices to Azure: IoT Hub and Event Hubs
About Azure Cache for Redis
[Tutorial] Introduction to Azure IoT Hub
[Tutorial] Introduction to Azure Cache for Redis
About API Management
Feature-based comparison of the Azure API Management tiers
What are ARM templates?
What is Bicep?
[GitHub] AWESOME Azure Bicep 💪
Comparing JSON and Bicep for templates
Frequently asked questions for Bicep
Use infrastructure automation tools with virtual machines in Azure
What is Azure App Configuration?
[Tutorial] Fundamentals of Bicep
Thank you for visiting the AZ-305 Study Guide and checking the Part 5 – Design an application architecture solution.
The next blog post will cover the Part 6: Design a network infrastructure solution.
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