Bytes by MSDN: Brian Prince and Dave Nielsen discuss Hybrid Archetecture for the Cloud
- Posted: May 16, 2011 at 10:01 AM
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Join Dave Nielsen and Brian Prince as they discuss how companies are getting started with the Cloud. The easiest approach? Hybrid architecture. Companies are building hybrid applications, where just a portion of their application is living in the Cloud. Brian offers a few easy examples of how corporations are getting started in the Cloud, including Development testing and mass storage of old or excess data. Tune in to the end, of this short video, to receive instructions on how to access your free 30-day pass to a Windows Azure account.
Expect Brian to get (in his own words) “super excited” whenever he talks about technology, especially cloud computing, patterns, and practices. That’s a good thing, given that his job is to help customers strategically leverage Microsoft technologies and take their architecture to new heights. Before joining Microsoft in March 2008, Brian was senior director of technology strategy for a major Midwest partner and has over 13 years of expertise in information technology management. His consulting experience includes e-commerce, extranets and business technology for numerous industries, including real estate, financial services, health care, retail, and state government institutions. Brian also has exceptional proficiency in the Microsoft .NET framework, Service Oriented Architecture, building ESBs, and both smart client and web based applications. Brian’s the co-founder of the non-profit organization CodeMash (www.codemash.org) and speaks at various regional and national technology events, such as TechEd. Armed with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science and Physics from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, Brian is a zealous gamer with a special weakness for Fallout 3.
Dave Nielsen, Co-founder of CloudCamp & Principal at Platform D, is a world-renowned Cloud Computing strategy consultant and speaker. He is also the founder of CloudCamp, a series of more than 200 unconferences, all over the world, where he enjoys engaging in discussions with developers & executives about the benefits, challenges & opportunities of Cloud Computing. Prior to CloudCamp, Dave worked at PayPal where he ran the PayPal Developer Network & Strikeiron where he managed Partner Programs.