Fase mata-mata do Municipal-15 começará dia 31/10 e 01/11.

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Confira os confrontos das Quartas de Final:

Jogos de ida;

31/10 sábado.

Santa Rosa/Araras x Kapa 80 Série B 13h45 (Eldorado). Santa Rosa/Araras jogará por vantagem.

Eldorado x Kapa 80 Série A 15h45 (Eldorado). Kapa 80 jogará por vantagem.

União da Vitória x Sete Série B 13h45 (Terceira Sede). Sete jogará por vantagem.

União da Vitória x Sete Série A 15h45 (Terceira Sede). Sete jogará por vantagem.

01/11 domingo.

Linha É x Cachoeira Série B 13h45 (Linha É). Linha É jogará por vantagem.

Linha É x Cachoeira Série A 15h45 (Linha É). Cachoeira jogará por vantagem.

Pacarana x Apurinã Série B 13h45 (14 de Abril). Apurinã jogará por vantagem.

14 de Abril x Apurinã Série A 15h45 (14 de Abril). Apurinã jogará por vantagem.

Jogos de volta;

07/11/15 sábado;

Cachoeira x Linha É Série B 13h45 (Cachoeira).

Cachoeira x Linha É Série A 15h45 (Cachoeira).

Kapa 80 x Santa Rosa/Araras Série B 13h45 (Kapa 80).

Kapa 80 x Eldorado Série A 15h45 (Kapa 80).

08/11/15 domingo;

Sete x União da Vitória Série B 13h45 (Sete).

Sete x União da Vitória Série A 13h45 (Sete).

Apurinã x Pacarana Série B 15h (Estádio).

Apurinã x 14 de Abril Série A 17h (Estádio).

A partir dessa fase começará a valer o Prêmio Bola de Ouro do Municipal-15.

Quando cito “jogará por vantagem”, é devido os referidos times terem se classificado em posições melhores na fase de grupos do que seus respectivos oponentes.

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    Name a few we have ec2. We have Lambda which are popular Services now easy to
    is something like a raw server where you can actually
    go ahead and post our websites and applications. It is very popular.
    And if you want to use it, it obvious gives you 750 hours per month for free.
    Then you have some service called as Amazon quick
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    but you have a space of 1 GB available to you that is nothing but spice capacity
    basically again, I won’t get into the details because I want to Stick
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    But ec2 is more of a place where you can host a websites. Where as Lambda does
    not let you host a website. But yes, you can definitely
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    When you talk about AWS Lambda apart from that database also provides with various videos that talk
    about how do you want to go ahead and get started with using this?
    Sosa’s how to create an account how to create instances and all those things.
    So this was about the free tier let us kinda move further
    and see how the console looks like. You can actually
    go ahead and create your own instances. You can do a lot of things.
    So this is what the different services that a device has to
    offer to you. You have your compute Services developer tools machine learning and I’ll takes storage database Services.
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    groups that are there the keep is that you have let
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    I would just walk you through how the process works.
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    you want to create so you can actually go ahead and
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    you’re using and stuff like that since I’m using a
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    I can go ahead and given these details as in the number of
    instances my purchasing options Network subnet auto-assign public IP and all
    those things. So let’s click on next and we can also
    also put in these details, but I’m going to stick to the default decisions or the selections.
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    Do not worry and finally it would say do you want to remove and launch it?

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    you can see. I have two instances running and the security checks are done and I can actually go ahead and do a lot of things with it.
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    Again have my security group security policies. And when you
    have an instance, you can do so many things
    for hosting a website and the other things that are there now, I just mentioned
    keep are values and I mentioned security groups. Now when you talk about the key pair
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    can like stay assured that your so-called services are more than secure here.
    So yeah, this was about Amazon web services and how
    its interface looks like then you have something called as your gcp now gcp to has a
    free. The only difference is gcp gives you an a balanced amount as in say some
    amount of US Dollars and you can the services are paid services, but you
    can use this balance to go ahead and use those services. So it pans out to similar approach which aw stakes in but if
    you talk about their pricing, aw charges you on hourly basis,
    whereas your Google Cloud platform charges you and second basis.
    So it is more affordable. Say for example, you stop using a particular instance at two minutes.

    You’ll be charged. Only for those two minutes, but if
    you stop using an instance for two minutes in AWS would be charged for a complete are so
    that is the difference between the two as far as
    logging in is concerned again, you’ll be going ahead and giving in your credit card details here
    as well. The difference is here. You have to make sure that you do not enable
    your billing because once you do that, trust me, you’re going to
    end up paying a lot of money because I accidentally left few instances open. The last time I logged in and
    I was charged Hefty live without me being noticed. When you see a
    button missing that enable billing make sure that you use it carefully
    because you do not want to be charged for something that you are not using.
    So when you talk about gcp this is how the interface looks like.

    You have all the services here as well there you had
    your computer services you have you have your compute engine basically and you can to come here and create your instances.
    You can click here and you can go ahead and go through the process of creating your instances, but I
    won’t be creating an instance as far as you are gcp is concerned because I’ve given you a reason already.

    I’m happy working with AWS for now. This is your dashboard where you get in all the information as in whatever is happening as far as your
    account is concerned. So this is one of the accounts managed by a person I
    know who works with me and the certain projects which he has gone ahead and created.
    So it’s the information for those details are the details for that project basically
    and then you have something called as your Microsoft Azure now, I won’t log in and get into the details.
    But yeah it to provides you with similar services. So is this what about the different cloud?

    Riders that are then the market and I just wanted you all to
    have some understanding as in how do these things work?
    And what do these Services have to offer to you?
    I hope this is clear to all of you. Why a Microsoft is your why are you guys so interested in Microsoft with yard.
    Now one thing is that Microsoft is your is actually becoming pretty big.
    I mean the cloud leader on papers. It is AWS right now, but if you see the growth with
    that has been happening in the past few years
    Microsoft is your is actually coming out pretty big.

    Right? So and that is the reason if you look at this
    graph, there are the job opportunities for Azure has been on a rice and
    that is like this is the primary reason that you
    guys want to learn about Microsoft with your because obviously you
    want to make a career shift into the cloud industry, right and for that
    availability of jobs should also be a factor. And if you see the graph this graph is has actually been taken from indeed.com, right
    and as you can see the graph is rising. So if you see
    as 2014 it was around .01% in the mid in the late 2016.

    It’s reached around .09 it came down to a fault. But then again it is at a
    right. So this is apartment that you see but if you take my advice because I have seen the industry as far as I know these jobs.
    Are going to increase multiples in the future as well.
    Right? It’s not only restricted to is or if you talk about AWS if talk about any Cloud technology,
    it has become imperative for you to learn about Cloud because it is
    the thing everything in the next 10 or 15 years is going
    to be on the cloud right any company which is still on its own for my servers
    will move to the cloud one day or another because that is inevitable that Is
    something that has to happen and that is the reason it becomes very
    important for you guys to skill up to the cloud level right now talking about
    is your like I said, so jobs are increasing every day jobs are there for
    you? So what needs to be done from you guys is prepare
    for the exam. That is therefore Azure give that exam get the certification get hands-on experience and get the
    job. This is the course. This is the path that you should have for taking a
    cloud computing roll. Right having said that so that is this is the reason why we learning about Microsoft Azure today moving
    on. Let’s understand what Microsoft is your is exactly so Microsoft is your is a growing locations through Microsoft’s Global Network
    of data centers, right? So by using the Microsoft infrastructure,
    you build deploy and manage applications on the has your environment and Like as you’re like I said, it’s a cloud provider.

    It provides you the cloud services you’re using those cloud services, but those cloud services are actually on the Microsoft infrastructure.
    And that is what you are paying them for right? So, this is what Microsoft Azure
    is all about guys. Now, let’s see a use case now that is My Philosophy is that rather than doing all the theory first and then going on to the Practical I would like to follow the reverse approach,
    right? I would I’d like to begin from practicals because that is what your exam will be based on your
    exam will be based on real-life example that you
    based on real-life scenarios Lou based on what kind of Hands- On knowledge you have in your as
    your domain. All right, and that is the reason every session of ours will have a use case through which we will try to analyze how we can implement it
    in the cloud. Right? So this is your first use case.
    This is kind of simple guys. So please pay attention. So we are trying to make a website which is something like this.
    Right? So what happens here is you have a set of images and these images are actually being played in the background.
    And in this website, you have a functionality to upload
    more files to the cloud and once you do that those files will automatically be added in the slideshow and
    we’ll start running. Alright, so this is our use case and
    we have to implement it on the cloud. So there are two stages in the way.

    We are going to take this use cage the first stages.
    We’re going to apply pure logic, right? We are going to understand how we can actually deploy it on any cloud service right?
    Not only does your butt any Cloud platform if it is out there,
    how can we implement this use case? So let’s see that first and after that once you have understood that will
    try implementing it in as your so first. Let’s see how We will implement this in a general scenario by pure logic.
    So your user base will be accessing the internet right now
    when your user will try to access the website, he will enter the website name, right?
    So all of that traffic will come at this point, which is
    called a load balancer. Now, what is the load balancer a load balancer is basically a service which distributes your traffic equally among the server’s running at that time.
    So say there are like five servers running your
    website then and if traffic is coming on to your servers that traffic will be distributed among those five servers by the load balancer.
    So the job of the load balancer is to distribute the traffic
    equally among the service, right? So this is what the load
    balancer is all about. So your user base from the Internet is trying to access your website.
    So the traffic comes to the load balancer and the load balancer separates or Segregated traffic into equal proportions and give
    it to the server’s right. So once the traffic comes onto the server’s the server’s process the request and if you talk about
    our website, so our photos are actually stored on a file system, right?
    So whatever files you are uploading or whatever files are there, which are already been uploaded there on a file system, right?
    So it will access that file system for fetching those files,
    but our servers they don’t know. What files do we want?
    Right? What is the like say, for example, I upload
    a file and before uploading the file. There were
    three pictures running in the background. So my server should know what are
    those three files that I have excess right? There should be
    a list of those files that the server has to play in the background.

    Now that list of files is actually stored in a database, right?
    So what my service will do is it will first get that list from the database
    right? And once it gets at least it will fetch
    that. List of files from the file system say there are around five files in the database.
    So my server will interpret the addresses of those files from
    the database and then it will call the file system and get those addresses or get those files from there
    and Fry to show that in this slideshow in the website.
    Now when we upload the file, what happens is first your database
    is updated, right? So whatever file is being uploaded to your servers, that file is Renamed according to whatever parameter you have set because it has
    to be unique. Right each file has to be identified with a unique name, right?
    So it renames that file to that unique name and then store it on the database once entry has been made on the database then it gets uploaded onto the file system.
    Right? So guys, this is the architecture of your application just as the logic that will
    be following today. So let’s try to implement this architecture has your nose Understood how we can actually
    architect this use case in a general way. Right?
    Let’s see how we can implement it in the has your environment.
    So in the Azure environment the servers that you’re trying to implement is actually provided to you by a service called the app service.
    What is AB service will be discussing in the further slides.
    Then let’s talk about the load balancer and auto-scaling.
    So the load balancer is actually implemented by the has your load balancer and auto-scaling,
    right? And having said that then we talked about the database.
    So database is the mySQL database that will be using in Azure
    and then you have the file system which is called blob storage in your what are these Services
    you might be confused. Okay. What is your load balancer?
    What is the app so is what is mySQL database? What is blob storage?
    Don’t worry. I will explain everything to you in the coming few slides.
    So let’s go ahead then. So these are the services that you’ll be using in a jar.
    Let’s go ahead and understand these Services one
    by one. So let’s talk about the app service first. So the
    app service is basically a part of the compute domain. All right, and in the
    compute domain you have a lot of sources, but why
    are we using the app service? Let’s understand that.

    So there are basically three kinds of services in the compute domain if you talked about in a very broad sense.
    The first service is called the virtual machine.

    Now. What is the virtual machine a virtual machine is just like
    a traditional computer. Now that you have in your in-house data house.

    It is a computer that is accessible to you and you can do anything with
    that computer where you have all the rights to
    that computer. All you have to do is basically
    what you will do with a virtual machine is you will say
    that I need this much RAM. I need this much storage and I need this much configuration. Please give me a
    computer. So as your will create that virtual machine for you,
    right and it will give you the IP address and the password for that machine.
    What you can do is by remote desktop connection. And you can enter that IP
    address and the password and you will be able to connect to that computer.
    Now, once you connect to that computer, it is your computer annoyed you have the access
    to the user interface. You can do anything on this
    computer. You can make it a website server. You can make it a worker to
    your environment. You can use it to for image processing right?
    You can do multiple things on a so I like you I might be doing on your
    server as well. Right? So this is what virtual machines is all about.
    You can configure it to Become anything. Our next service is called the app servers.

    So it is a basically an automated version of a virtual machine, but
    with limited possibilities when I say limited possibilities it
    is this service is actually very more focused.
    Right so app service. Basically, it doesn’t give you the access to the user interface.
    All right, but that gives you more simple interface to deal with because if you want to host a website in virtual machine you would have To configure the virtual machine you would have to configure the firewalls.
    You would have to install the necessary software like
    say for example, you have a PHP website, right?
    So you would have to install PHP software on a virtual
    machine and then you would have to copy those your
    website files or the files that you have coded into a specific folder and then you would have testified the configuration for your firewall and everything.
    Right? So there were a lot of things that you had to do in your
    virtual machine with app service. You don’t have to
    do anything. Then you just have to specify what language you want.

    Say, for example, I want a PHP website. So I’ll select PHP.
    I’ll do next then last me what kind of configuration of servers I want.
    I’ll specify the configuration. I click next and
    that is it. My website will be deployed automatically.
    It will ask me to upload the files. I’ll upload the files.

    It will automatically send it to whatever folder
    it is required and this done right? So this is the part
    of app service right? It is more automated because the Pitching machine
    everything had to be done manually, but with app service
    everything happens automatically. I just have to upload my files, right?
    So this is what app service is all about. So, like I said, so app service is basically used to deploy an application.
    All right, you cannot do anything else with it.
    You cannot use it to process a customized workload or something like
    that. You can just use it to deploy an application and that is why
    it is called an app service Right Moving On Let’s Talk.
    Talk about functions of functions is basically a very new technology.
    It’s called the server less architecture it basically what it
    does is you don’t have to specify the configuration. You don’t have to specify
    anything. You just have to upload your code and it executes it for you,
    but it will not deploy any application for you. For example, you want to
    host a website. It’s not do that. It just does processing in the sense.
    It will only do background tasks for you. For example, if you Have let me take an example which uses both
    these Services. If you have say an application like Instagram, right?

    So user uploads His image on your application. And then your application has
    to store that image now before storing that image. Maybe you want to compress the image or you want to apply a filter to it or whatever, right?
    So from your application the file is uploaded. And now these many tasks have to be done if these tasks are actually
    configured in your code, which is Actually uploading the file as well.

    It will actually increase the overhead on the server which is
    hosting an application. But what we can do is the way things happen today is everything is distributed.

    Right? So from your application only the file will be uploaded.
    Once the file is uploaded. Right? The tasks will be the tasks like renaming the
    file or compressing the file applying the filters.
    Everything will be done using the functions. So the function will get
    invoked whenever the file. Is it uploaded using the app servers and
    the function will execute all the tasks that have to be done on that particular image this reduces the overhead on the server which
    is hosting your application. Right? And you have your
    background tasks will be implemented by a functions and then will be
    stored in the respective file system. Whatever you have coded your function to do right?
    So this is basically the difference. So recapping again virtual
    machine is basically a computer you can configure it to
    anything you can actually we use app servers in a virtual machine Mallory.
    For example, you want to deploy an application you can use it by configuring a virtual machine, right?
    You can also use it as a function your virtual machine
    that I mean to say as in you can configure it to only execute background tasks.
    But the thing is you have to configure everything manually.
    If you want an automated version you can go with app
    Service app Services used to deploy an application. Right?
    But if you are use case is not about deploying application you want to do some raw?

    Searching you might as well hop for functions, which is
    a service which is not used to deploy an application but is used to execute background tasks.
    All right, so guys a doubt and whatever we have discussed like we discussed virtual machine.
    We have discussed app service and we’ve discussed
    functions. All right. Like I said, we are using the app service why because we are deploying a website, right?

    So for deploying a website, I need apps away. So it cannot be done using
    functions can be done were doing virtual machines
    as well, but it will need a lot of manual work and our job is
    to make everything faster right cloud computing is all about speeding up things.

    The speed of implementing is increased right so I rather use
    an app service and upload my code on the Service and it will deploy the website from right it’s
    that simple guys. Let’s move on to the next topic of today’s
    discussion, which is the blob storage. So the blob storage is basically the file system that you need to upload
    your files, right? You definitely need a file system. There is
    no alternative to this. Right. So your blob storage is the place where you will be storing your image files, but why did we choose the blob storage by not some other service
    from the storage to Maine? Let’s discuss that. So in the storage domain basically, you have three kind of services you have
    more services well, but these are the three main services in the blob in the storage domain.
    You have the block storage. You have the Q storage and then you have the backup, right?
    So the block storage is like I said is a file system on which you can upload any kind of file, right?

    And that’s about it. There is nothing more to blob storage.
    This is the thing next is Kyu storage Secure Storage is basically
    a queuing service whenever you have to synchronize tasks.

    For example process one has to be done before process to and process to help it to be done before process 3.
    So what you can do is you can bundle these tasks
    in a sequential Manner and you can add it to the queue storage.
    Right? What the queue storage will do is it will actually hold these
    tasks according to the sequence that you entered, right?
    And whenever the queue storage is accessed it will give them only the first
    task now the second task is the third task first.
    So the way It functions is like this say for example, like I said the image processing
    application. I want to rename file first there won’t I want to add filters and then I want to store it on the file system.
    So these three tasks I will write it down and I will add it into
    the queue storage now. See these tasks will be done by my functions.
    All right. So what functions will do is it will try
    to interact with Q storage and last for a task, right?
    So Q storage will give the task to Functions in a very sequential
    manner in the sense that it will first give it the task to rename the file.
    So it will rename the file. Once that task is done.

    It will again try to xsq storage and then cute store has been given a task to filter the image
    or apply filter to the image, right then we’ll apply a filter to the
    image will be done with that and then it will try to again the to storage and then it will see that okay now it has to store
    that file in a file system which is specified the code right and it will pick that
    task do it. It and be done in the first file and then it again XS
    Q storage in the process goes on. Right? So basically Q storage is used
    to give a sequential manner to the processes that are trying to execute having
    said that this is a work queue storage then comes back up.

    So backup is a service where in you can store your in frequently accessed data,
    right? What is your in frequently accessed data could be for example in my company.

    We take a record of everything right we take our
    Out of every class that we do we take a record of
    every query that you guys raised now save the classes that were taken say like 2 years ago, right and as obviously I cannot delete those classes because they have to be kept for record.
    But what is the point of keeping them on my life hard
    drive because my life hard drive is where I do. My current tasks, right?
    So rather than keeping it on my life hard drive I say, okay.
    Let me keep it in a CD or a pen drive and keep it somewhere where I can take it out when I actually need them.
    Right? So this is the concept of taking a backup now similarly.
    If you want to take a backup in as your say
    you have your virtual machine and you have stored a lot of files on your virtual machine,
    but you think okay. I don’t need these files anymore.

    Or maybe I don’t need you file it as of now,
    I might them need them later. So why do spend
    that much on the stories that you’re taking on the virtual machine
    right rather than storing the in frequently accessed data. Why
    not put more frequently exist. So what you can do is the in frequently accessed data that
    you have in your machine on the cloud. You can actually take a backup of that and store it in the backup service.
    Now, why will you store it in the back of services? Because storage is more cheaper when you talk about the backup servers because obviously first of all, they’ll use magnetic tapes or they’ll use ssds or
    something like that to store your data now, why is it cheap is because obviously it has a downside that the
    response time of the time to retrieve the files from a backup service is obviously more.
    For example, if you are stored everything in your virtual machine, you can like go to that particular folder access that file and that
    is it right. But if you have stored in the backup service, the retrieval actually takes time,
    but it is worth it because you don’t use that file every day, right?
    You won’t be using it and also you’re paying less so it doesn’t pinch you that much because you’re paying
    less and you are not using that file very Yes, well, so why
    not put it in the backup service? So this is what the
    backup service is all about. Now today in our implementation.
    We are using the blob storage for obvious reasons that we I want to store
    my image files, right? So I not store it on the back up obviously and not show it in the queue storage As Told in the blobstore it because that is what that service is meant to do.

    Now. The next service from Azure is the MySQL service from
    Azure. It is basically a MySQL implementation on the LG.
    Our infrastructure was right, so you Can use any database you want
    another you have an SQL service, which is purely SQL.

    So if you’re comfortable with that, you can use it.

    I am using MySQL for my use case today because
    that is the way I have quoted my application to be right.

    So it is just personal choice. The next service that we are going to talk about is auto-scaling and
    load balancing. So like I said load balancing is when you want
    to equally distribute your Among the number of servers that are running that time and auto-scaling is actually scaling
    up the number of servers that you’re using according to the
    traffic that is coming onto your website. So you can actually set a
    metric that so many obviously when more traffic is coming onto your website your CPU utilization will increase because you
    have to process more requests now. Yeah, so your server
    will be processing more requests and that is the reason your
    CPU usage will He’s so you can actually set a metric. Let’s say
    my CPU usage when it increases 60 or 70% increase one
    more instance or increase three or four more
    inches high. So it is based on your personal use.
    So this is what order scaling is all about. And obviously when you using Auto scaling, the number of servers is changing constantly, you need a load balancer
    along with it, right the load balancer so that say you have six or seven servers which are running right now
    and say the traffic decreases and it sees okay now the sea
    Utilization is going down. So it will reduce the number of servers.
    Right? So when it will reduce the number of sources do load
    balancers should identify. Okay, though. They were seven servers before now there are like three so you’ll be Distributing the traffic according
    to those three servers, right? So the load balancer actually pays a very important role in the order
    scaling process having said that so this is how all this killing actually works.
    So say you have one server, right and the usage increases it goes
    on to become two servers and then again the usage increases it becomes 3 service right now when the users decreases these three servers can be
    reduced to one server or can be reduced to so so this is
    a diagram representation of what or scaling is.
    We talk about load balancer. Like I said, so load balancer is a
    very crucial part of Aura scaling process because
    load balancer is the part which actually distributes
    the traffic according to the number of servers that are running at that
    time. All right. So this is how the process Smokes
    the traffic comes on to the load balancer and the load balancer sees how many servers are running and distributes traffic
    according to that. All right. Okay. So we’re done with the services.
    These are the services that we’ll be using today. So now we will see
    how we can launch these services in the has ER user environment.
    So guys will talk about the Apsos first.

    We’ll see how we can launch an app service in the as your
    UI. Okay, let me show you the user interface for a year now.
    So guys this is how the user interface for as your looks like.
    You have all the services listed here on the left side.
    Right? And this is the dashboard. This is called the dashboard whatever Services you launch.

    You can pin it here for basically getting accessed quickly.
    It is just like a desktop on your computer which has all
    the shortcuts in everything and this is what the dashboard is actually used for.
    All right. Having said that let’s see how we can launch the app.

    So In Azure, so first you will click on app Services as you can see from
    here. You can click on app services and moving ahead.

    Once you have clicked on app Services. You will reach this
    plate click on create app services and then you’ll click on web app and that is it.
    Let me show you how you do that. So you’ll click on app Services click on create app
    Services you go down click on web app. And over here as you can see after this, you will reach the screen when you will
    see that you have four options. You can either code your website in.net PHP node.js or
    python. So if it is either of these four languages,
    you don’t have to do anything. You just have to upload your code
    in this web app that you’ll be creating and your app will be deployed automatically without installing any software without
    doing any configuration Justice, right? Okay. So once you have reached this page You will click on create.
    So let’s click on Create and then you will reach
    the screen. So now you have to give your application some name.
    So let us give us this name as in Eureka – 0 1 so see that
    everything is fine. So this subscription is pay-as-you-go Resource Group is something which you can create or you
    can use existing. So Resource Group is something it’s a group of all the resources, right?
    So if you put if you are it will be creating a storage.

    Count will be creating database account. We are creating an app.
    So it’s right. So all of this will come under one group.

    It can be clubbed in one group and will be called as resource for any changes that you want
    put across the group you can do to the resource Group.
    All right, we’ll be discussing in detail. What a resource
    Group is in the further modules, but for now all you should understand is
    that a group of resources is called a resource book. So if you
    have an application and just utilizing say three or four
    resources, it’s better to put those resources.

    Under one group. All right. So this is about that. Then you have the app service plan. So
    app service plan is something as in what kind of computers you use and
    everything. So let’s create a new plan for you so that you understand it better under the
    pricing tier. This is the main part that you
    have to select guys. You can select the app service plan it can give
    it some name. Let’s give it as a service – 1. All right,
    and this is my app service plan. You can select what kind
    of plan you need. Let me see. Like the basic plan as of now
    and click on select right and then click on OK. So this was about Apsos plan. You can click on application insights which basically gives you the monitoring tools for now.

    Let’s not discuss it. Let’s not go into it. We’d be discussing it later.
    And now let’s click on create. So I am taking the PIN to dashboard which will
    basically create a shortcut on a dashboard to this application comes in handy.
    And that’s it guys. You will click on create. Alright, so now my
    application is being created. Okay, so all right why my web app is deploying.
    Let me go back to my slide and let’s jump onto our next service which is
    blob storage. So like I said blob storage just like a file
    system. You need a file system to show your files, right?
    So that is what the blobster is all about. Let’s see how we can create a blob storage instance in Azure.
    So you will reach this is the dashboard you reach the screen. You will click on storage
    accounts. Once you have clicked on Story the council click on ADD.
    And that is it guys. Nothing much acquired. Let’s go ahead and do
    this I go here. I’ll click on storage accounts. I will reach the screen and click on ADD and I will start entering the values.
    So let’s give it the name called Eureka – 0 1 so this is
    taken. Let’s give it a name as well as your I do. Write this name is available.
    All right, the performance should be standard because this is a
    demo replication is not required. So I’ll say locally redundant Storage storage
    service encryption should not require secure transfer is not required and subscription is pay-as-you-go.
    Okay Resource Group. Let’s select a director – 0 1 because this is the resource Group that I selected earlier,
    right and let’s pin it to dashboard. click on create Alright,
    so my web app has been deployed already and my storage account
    is also being deployed. All right, so this was about it.

    Let’s go on. Let’s see for our MySQL. So for MySQL, let’s see
    what all we have to do. So we will click on you. We will
    click on databases and then we’ll click on as your database for MySQL.
    All right, and that is about it. Let’s go back and do that.
    So we’ll click on new. The search for as your database. for MySQL All
    right here this so I click on this and I’ll click on create.
    So here it is. I have to enter the server
    name. Let’s enter the server name as Eureka – 0 1 it is available.

    It’s good. The resource Group should be the same.
    So let’s select a riruka – 0 1 so admin login name. Let’s give it as any Rekha password.
    Let’s give it any Rekha one, two, three, four confirm the password and Eureka one,
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    The resource Group is a Eureka – 0 1 right.
    So now you have an option to Scale based on a metric which is based on some statistics.
    Like the CPUs is or the memory usage or anything. Right?
    And the other one is scaled to a specific instance count.
    So for example, whenever the traffic increases say you were one instance now like increased five instances.
    All right. So these are the two options will go with Scale based on a metric and
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    All right. So let’s add a rule. Let’s add the rule as in what we want.
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    So as you can see the time aggregation is not something we should be worried about.
    Okay guys, so these are all the metrics that you can actually monitor and scale according to you can scale according to the memory percentage.
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    the operator. All right, so what should be the condition so should
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    So whenever the threshold is greater than a whenever the CPU Z will go greater than or equal to 70 for
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    Get let’s keep it at five increase count by. So let’s
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    You can increase by count to as in if you were
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    Alright, so when you are auto-scaling guys, you have to set
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    So we have the default is for Five, let’s keep it at five
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