In this episode Chris Risner and Nick Harris are joined by Kevin Lam, Principal Program Manager on the Windows Azure Scheduler. The Windows Azure Scheduler allows you to invoke actions - such as calling HTTP/S endpoints or posting a message to a storage queue - on any schedule. With Scheduler, you create jobs in the cloud that reliably call services both inside and outside of Windows Azure and run those jobs on demand, on a regularly recurring schedule, or designate them for a future date.
In this episode Kevin demonstrates how to use the Windows Azure portal to:
- Define a HTTP scheduled job that executes as a reoccuring job at a defined schedule
- View job health including completed, faulted, enabled, disabled, status and errors
- Scale between Free and Standard modes
- View response http response from job execution
- Discussion on Scheduler feature set surfaced in Portal verse API
- Use fiddler to demonstrate how to request job definition, create a job directly, provide an error action that is called after subsequent failed requests directly against the REST API
Links from the show:
- About the Windows Azure Scheduler
- Get started using Scheduler in Management Portal
- Windows Azure Scheduler NuGet Package
- Windows Azure Scheduler REST API
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