Content tagged with: windows azure
Azure IoT Suite and the Azure IoT services enable you to easily connect devices to the Cloud to not only make the most out of telemetry data generated by millions of devices, but also to take action in context, and integrate into business applications. This short video shows how to use the open source SDKs for devices to connect real devices to Azure and build an E2E IoT solution.
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.
Developing multi-tiered applications in the cloud world and integrating with Azure Active Directory (AAD) offers great benefits, as it allows flexible scaling as the business and usage grows. This session will discuss planning web apps with scaling and growth in mind, as well as strategies and techniques for hybrid to on-premises solutions.
This video provides a retrospective on running MongoDB on Windows Azure for the past 2 years.
MongoDB is an open source NoSQL database. This article from Lynn Langit introduces both MongoDB and Windows Azure, and then explore the technical details and benefits of deploying MongoDB to the Microsoft cloud.
MetricsHub is a monitoring and scalability service for public clouds, allowing companies to continuously gather data from their systems and auto-scale their deployments to optimize service costs. Taking advantage of Cassandra rapid ingestion rates, reliable replication model, and easiness of deployment, Metrics Hub can handle billions of datapoints per day. During this session, you will learn about the architecture supporting this service, which combines the power of the PaaS + IaaS on the Windows Azure platform.
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.
Learn the advanced capabilities of the Windows Azure Service Bus Queues and Topics, including subscription filtering, session management, correlation. Ynd you will also learn about a range of architectural patterns that can be implemented using the messaging capabilities and help with scaling out your applications. You will also learn about ASP.NET’s SignalR framework and how to scale out SignalR using Service Bus on Windows Azure.
We always hear tips about the patterns and practices of building web applications with Windows Azure, it’s time we see how it is done! In this session we will construct a secured, durable, scalable, low-latency web application with Windows Azure – Compute, Storage, CDN, ACS, Cache, SQL Azure, Full IIS, and more.
Learn from a developers perspective how to use Windows Azure Virtual Machines to run your workload in the cloud. You will see how to automate virtual machines with the service management API and with tools from the Windows Azure SDK, PowerShell and the cross platform command line tools.