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 optimizes the way your apps are packaged and distributed. No longer do we make users download all localized strings, high-scale assets, or DirectX textures just to run their app; now they get only what they need. Do you use a very common library inside your app? No problem. Windows 8.1 also ensure that there’s only one copy of that library (or any duplicate files) on your system.
Visual Studio 2013 and the Windows Azure 2.2 SDK provide a rich set of features for diagnosing and troubleshooting Windows Azure Applications. In this video you'll see how to use this new debugging capability through the entire development lifecycle of a cloud application, from the local developer environment all the way through a deployed site on Windows Azure