CodeLens helps you track programming activity in .NET apps by surfacing information about changes to specific code elements, including when they happened and who made them. It helps to keep your dev team more productive, by avoiding costly context switches and keeping them in the IDE. In this video, Stuart Kent demos CodeLens Team Indicators, highlighting new features introduced in Visual Studio 2013 and 2015.
This session focuses on management of Mac OS X clients and Linux/UNIX servers using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager. Join this session if your customers manage or plan to manage Mac or Linux clients in their environments.
As you move workloads into Windows Azure Virtual Machines (VM), there is another skillset you must master...VM optimization. In this deep dive session you will learn how to configure and tune your virtual machines in Windows Azure for optimal performance and availability. Anders and Pete will take you through optimizing disk configuration, optimizing I/O performance, as well as how to choose the right VM size in Windows Azure. Discussion will then move into high availability in Windows Azure for a variety of popular application workloads, including Internet Information Server (IIS), MS SQL Server and SharePoint. If you are interested in maximizing your Windows Azure IaaS investments, this session is not to be missed!
You might have heard about containerization technologies like Docker that allow you to achieve greater density and better performance than traditional full-fledged IaaS Virtual Machines. We recently announced support for Docker on Azure and all the goodness that it brings to your solutions. How should an IT Implementer / SysAdmin deploy and leverage this new technology? This session will tell you everything you need to know.