Tom Talpey, Software Architect, presented SMB3 protocol performance results at the 2013 Redmond Interoperability Protocols Plugfest event. He provided a discussion of some test observations and results including RDMA configurations for developers implementing MS-SMB2, MS-SMBD and the SMB3 family of protocols.
He also presented an overview mapping of the SMB3.01 protocol features at the 2013 Redmond Interoperability Protocols Plugfest event. SMB3 is a protocol covered in the MS-SMB2 specification and other related Windows Protocol Documents. He described a number of helpful resources for developers implementing the protocols and answered questions regarding technical details.
In this session Michael will talk about what types of cloud services are available and what their functions are. The differences between worker roles and instances of these services will be looked at. How these instances can be effectively scaled up or down depending on business need will also be covered. Role life cycle, service configuration and diagnostics will be discussed as well as different approaches to upgrading and deployment of the services.
Speaker: Michael West Sr Lead Consultant Catapult Systems
Because applications seldom stand on their own, developers are more often facing challenges that cover skills of both Developers and IT Pros. In order to overcome these challenges, both expertises need to evolve towards each other. DevOps are born! This session will show developers how they can extend an existing on-premises infrastructure to the Cloud to facilitate their Cloud applications. The whole process will take no longer than 1 hour and can all be done from the comfort of Visual Studio.