@dennismulder:Thanks Dennis. The answers make sense. I will reach out by email b/c I have one or two questions about a project that we are working on. Thank you.
Jul 13, 2013 at 10:38 PM
Jun 29, 2013 at 5:13 PM
Can someone share more technical details about the Heineken project? Specifically I have following questions.
- Why were there so many storage accounts? Any particular reason?
- How did you come up with 10,000 data partition (why not 20,000 or 5,000)
- What was the partition key and row key
- A message from the UI was pushed across 4 data centers, I think. How was the worker implemented as to avoid processing the same message more than once? My understanding is that you had 4 different queues!
- It appears that SQL Database was not utilized, rather a SQL Server based database infrastructure was established. How was that infrastructure configured for high availability? Was it traditional SQL Server Active-Passive configuration or does Azure offers something else for implementing fault tolerance / high availability for SQL Server?
Jun 29, 2013 at 11:08 AM
the link to the presentation is broken; receiving the following message. Can someone from Channel 9 help please?
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Jun 08, 2013 at 11:35 AM
will the recordings be made available any time soon?
Great demo! Thanks.
This is great and explains a lot. Couple of questions though.
1) We use Office 365. Does that means I could develop web applications (either cloud based running on Windows Azure or traditional ASP.NET apps running on a hosting provider such as GoDaddy) that could authenticate users using their Office 365 credentials?
2) You mentioned something about one having access to Azure AD services if one is using Office 365. Does that mean I don't have to pay for that and it is all included in the Office 365 subscription? I don't think I have seen any option for managing Azure AD on the Office 365 admin screens; perhaps I am missing something?
Great videos guys.
Quick question, what tools did you use for 1) recording the videos 2) zooming in and out 3) drawing boxes and arrows during the presentation?