Apps should be tested before submission. Every app is unique, so a unique test plan should be created to test the components of each app. When creating the test plan, a few factors should be taken into account: app modules; how those modules interact within the app and in which order they are initialized; and which modules are required for the app to run. Based on this info, the modules should be tested. In this session, Mickey talks about how, through testing, you can ensure the highest quality for your app.
Even though you're watching this on-demand, Mickey wants to help. Post your questions, comments, etc below or tweet it, mentioning @cdndevs.
Wi-Fi presents unique challenges to Unified Communications. In this session we will explore how Software Defined Networking (SDN) can be used with Lync specifically to address the common Wi-Fi deployment issues. Together with Aruba Networks we will showcase how SDN technologies can be leveraged to provide great quality for the mobile devices and people in your enterprise.
When designing cloud applications, you should take into account the fact that a failure or malfunction of any component of the system is possible. This template is called Designing for Failure. This design approach helps minimize the negative consequences of failure of any component of the internal or external system. Sometimes, it is not so simple to use the Designing for Failure template, but the Azure platform greatly facilitates this task due to the fact that some of the functions are implemented by cloud services—Azure Web Sites, Traffic Manager, CDN, RA—Geo Redundant Storage. During this session, we shall talk about how to use the functionality provided by Azure to ensure the accessibility of a website, even in the event of failure of one of the regions of the platform.
With Multi-Factor Authentication adding a second factor of authentication to on-premises and cloud applications is easier than ever. Join this session for an deep technical breakdown of Multi-Factor Authentication and how it works with Active Directory, Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS), and Microsoft Azure Active Directory to enable rapid deployment of multi-factor authentication for a wide range of applications. Multi-Factor Authentication secures access to remote access VPNs, virtual desktops, web applications (OWA and SharePoint), cloud services (Office 365), and custom applications. We show you how.