I had the privilege of talking with Lena at .NET Fringe about F# and MBrace. She is definitely a genius level software engineer (and I've met a lot). She takes us through using MBrace to distribute work across multiple machines using F#. If you'd like to learn more:
This is a first in a series of interviews I did at the brand new .NET Fringe Conference (more on this later with Glenn Block). It was essentially a conference about some of the great work happening in the OSS space for .NET. F# (and MBrace) form part of that great open source work being done by both Microsoft and the community at large. Let me know what you think!
In this episode you'll get to see how we took the AllReady project to the last mile, how we worked to do some basic site Load Testing using Visual Studio Online, how we started implementing Unit Testing into our web project using xUnit, and how we tackled web site accessibility with the help of two special guests from ASP.NET team, Scott Hanselman and Scott Hunter, with Glenn Condron leading the charge.
We'll end the episode with an overview of how we did over the 3-days and why this project can really help people in the long run. We hope you join in and help too, visit Humanitarian Toolbox for more info: http://www.htbox.org
В докладе рассматриваются различия в семействах виртуальных машин Azure, обсуждается понятие единицы масштабирования (scale unit) и влияние этого понятия на возможность масштабирования ВМ в облаке. Кроме того, вы познакомитесь с характеристиками и лимитами премиального хранилища (premium storage), которые помогут подобрать оптимальное сочетание парметров ВМ и учетных записей хранения для получения требуемой производительности приложений