Invalidating CDN Cache With a Custom Rule

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This lesson provides an overview of Redis Cache and how to create a Redis Cache instance in Azure. With Redis Cache deployed in Azure, we’ll then connect an application to the cache.
Next, we’ll walk through the process of storing and retrieving data in Redis Cache. After covering Redis Cache, we’ll walk through an overview of what CDN is and what it’s used for. We’ll then develop some code for leveraging CDN. As we wrap up the lesson, we’ll cover the process for invalidating data in both Redis Cache and in a CDN.

Intended Audience

This lesson is intended for IT professionals who are interested in earning Azure certification and those who need to incorporate Redis Cache or CDN into their solutions. To get the most from this lesson, you should have at least a moderate understanding of what caching is and why it’s used.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this lesson, you should have a good understanding of what Redis Cache and CDN are and what purposes they serve. You’ll also know how to connect to each from applications and how to purge or invalidate data in both.



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