Microsoft DevRadio: (Part 16) Practical Azure with Jim O’Neil – Traffic Manager

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In Part 16 of his Windows Azure series, Jim O’Neil breaks down Windows Azure Traffic Manager. Tune in as he describes how Traffic Manager allows you to control the distribution of user traffic to Windows Azure hosted services as well as demos a scenario in which you can easily manage and coordinate various cloud services across datacenters and geographies.

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      mrpaulb

      Hi Jim,

      Using your example in the video, if you know one site is already down, can you speed up the changeover to the remaining good sites by manually off-lining the offending service in traffic manager. I'm thinking this manual control would also be handy for any maintenance activity that was region wide (if such an activity was needed).

      Kind regards

      Paul

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