Document databases have helped us move towards a code-first world, where schemas are flexible and driven by the application and not by the database. This has freed us from spending valuable time battling with OR mappers and iterating upon rigid schemas, so that we can do spend more time doing things that matter: building solutions […]
Azure Premium Storage now supports the most powerful Azure virtual machine size, the GS-series. In this session, you will learn about the capabilities of the GS-Series virtual machine with Azure Premium Storage. We will demonstrate the GS-Series virtual machine performance by running a benchmarking tool, and will also demonstrate the performance of SQL Server running […]
Azure Service Fabric, announced at Build this year, is a state-of-the-art distributed system that allows developers to easily build and manage Internet scale services. It is used to build services such as Azure DB, Azure Document DB, Bing Cortana, Windows Intune, and core Azure services. Join this session and get an introduction to the types […]
The scale, speed, and enterprise-readiness of Azure SQL Data Warehouse address concerns about migrating large workloads to Azure. This session gives you the strategies you need to migrate enterprise, mission-critical workloads to Azure SQL Data Warehouse.
Join this session for an overview of Azure security, including the strategy and the approach to meet the needs of highly-scalable, enterprise-class and hybrid workloads. It covers all of the key areas of security including identity security, network security, system security, data and key security, monitoring, response, compliance, and privacy.
This week Scott welcomes back to the Data Exposed show his good friend Ryan CrawCour. Last time Ryan was on the show was for the announcement that DocumentDB had GA’d, and we celebrated with the GA Happy Dance. No dancing today, but it is great to have Ryan back, this time to discuss what’s new […]
Join this session for an introduction to Azure infrastructure as a service (IaaS). In this demo-packed session see how to use Azure Virtual Machines and Azure Virtual Networks to run virtually any workload in the cloud. You’ll learn about capabilities for hybrid connectivity and see how Azure can lower the total cost of ownership of […]
Azure provides a wide range of virtual machine sizes for any workload that you might want to run. Trying to decide which size is right for your workload can seem challenging. Join this session to find out about some of the considerations for selecting virtual machine sizes and learn the differences between different virtual machine […]
This week on Channel 9, Nikola and Vlad discuss the week’s top developer news, including; [00:46] Chinese President Xi Jinping tours Microsoft, sees potential of innovative new technology [02:31] The new Office is here [Kirk Koenigsbauer] [03:32] Are you ready for a huge opportunity.. Develop and Host Office Add-ins [Lee Stott] [04:51] Announcing Windows 10 […]
In this episode Haishi Bai and Elliott Miller are joined by Chris Anderson from the Mobile Apps team. Chris shares with us about the newly released Node SDK for Azure Mobile Apps. The SDK allows you to build and run Node.js-based mobile backends. This gives you the full power of Node.js without sacrificing the turnkey experience the […]
Scott speaks with Matthew Snider about Azure Service Fabric. The Service Fabric is the system that is underlying Windows Azure itself, and it’s now being made available as a programming model for developers to create "Born in the Cloud" applications. How do apps live, work, and scale beyond just "VMs in the cloud" and "Web […]
Scott speaks with Matthew Snider about Azure Service Fabric. The Service Fabric is the system that is underlying Windows Azure itself, and it’s now being made available as a programming model for developers to create "Born in the Cloud" applications. Where do Transactions fit in? How can Services scale AND be reliable?