Ever wonder how some applications are built? Ever wonder how to combine components of the Windows Azure platform? Stop wondering and learn how we've built MyGet.org, a multi-tenant software-as-a-service. In this session we'll discuss architecture, commands, events, access control, multi tenancy and how to mix and match those things together. Learn about the growing pains and misconceptions we had on the Windows Azure platform. The result just may be a reliable, cost-effective solution that scales.
To create useful server environments, you need networks and storage. In this session, we'll cover the procedures required to create and manage both networks and storage in Windows Azure.
Speakers: Dan Stolts, Sr. Technical Evangelist, Microsoft Brian Lewis, Sr. Technical Evangelist, Microsoft
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All participants registering for the event should have an active Windows Azure subscription. If you have not already done so, sign up for a FREE trial of the Windows Azure platform and services, including access to the Virtual Machines preview here.
Windows 8.1 supports the use of fingerprint authentication for its own core scenarios such as buying apps from the Windows Store and purchasing music, to name a few. This talk will describe how your Windows Store apps can also use fingerprints to easily identify users for scenarios such as biometrics-based consent and quick sign-in.