Content tagged with: cloud architecture
This session will run through the different storage types available in Azure, Block Blobs, Page Blobs, Files, Tables and Queues. It will explain the internals of how azure storage is delivered so that you can understand how best architect your storage to get the best performance from applications. Finally, it will dive in to the new Premium Storage option available for IaaS and demo some of the capabilities available here vs standard storage.
Modern IT is embracing hybrid cloud architecture as part of their overall IT strategy. AWS Direct Connect provides a critical tool for ingesting web scale data or leveraging custom appliances and legacy applications. This talk discusses the unique benefits of using Direct Connect to reduce cost, increase bandwidth, and provide a more consistent network experience between on-premises resources and the cloud. It details the components, requirements and configuration options for a cloud architecture.
As Cloud Computing is becoming a mainstream infrastructure for enterprise software, more and more companies are migrating to cloud platforms. This article discusses the differences between public and private clouds. It also explains the different options that are available to run private clouds.
Ever wondered how Netflix manage its Cloud infrastructure Join Carl Quinn, former manager of their Engineering Cloud Tools Team, for an overview of the cloud architecture that helps the behemoth site run.
If you have deployed applications on Cloud Foundry, you know how easy it is to push an app, bind services to it, and scale it. There are more magical things behind the scenes. Did you know, for example, that cloudfoundry.com is updated approximately twice a week?
Look at the requirements for highly available applications in the cloud and explore architectures and common patterns you can apply to your Windows Azure solutions. You will explore the available practical techniques for high availably, geo-redundancy and disaster recovery and review specific customer examples from the field.
The recent surge in cloud computing has really changed the way architectures are evolving. Platforms as a Service (PAAS) and Software as a Service (SAAS) is becoming where organizations can get necessary resources as needed without having to worry about many hardware and software configuration issues.
To truly appreciate the simplicity of monitoring in the cloud, it helps to first separate the hype from the reality. What is the cloud? The cloud is just a collection of applications and services layered on top of the same virtualization and storage services that we’re already familiar with in the local data center. The difference is that those services are now available to all users via self-help, and implemented in very short time frames. Thus, monitoring the cloud is really no different than monitoring the systems, services, and applications …
Learn about the advantages of a message oriented architecture to be able to mash up together a polyglot system of apps and services with with Node.js and RabbitMQ.
How does one build a “modern” application? What are the key design patterns ranging from adaptive and insight-driven applications to ‘Social’-enabled & aware application design, to Big Data: why HPC is coming to you… Architecture patterns and practices ranging from Enterprise Architecture to design and delivery.