PowerShell isn’t the only scripting technology in town when it comes to working with Azure services. In this video excerpt from Paul O’Fallon’s new course Node on Windows and Azure you’ll see how to use a Node.js script to create containers on Azure as well as how to handle some of the limitations inherent when working with Azure REST services using a closure. In the full course he also covers topics such as working with Azure storage, using the Azure Service Bus, and deploying to Azure using the command line.
As an Enterprise Architect by day, Paul is responsible for providing strategic direction and implementation guidance in the application architecture space. As an open-source contributor by night, he has published several node.js modules, and submitted numerous pull requests for others’ projects. Paul has more than 19 years in the Information Technology industry spanning academic, start-up and enterprise environments.
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