Your infrastructure in Azure can be isolated and purpose built for public consumption. How do you design your virtual networks and access controls to ensure everything is as desired? Now that you understand the fundamentals of Virtual Networks in Azure, let's dive deeper into hybrid connectivity options using Site to Site VPNs, allowing your datacenter to extend to your Azure environment. Concerned about speed and latency for your applications? Don't want your internal data being routed over the public internet? Explore what ExpressRoute can offer as the ultimate connectivity option.
This technical session discusses Windows Server Hyper-V and Failover Clustering design, infrastructure planning and deployment considerations for your highly-available datacenter or Private Cloud. Cluster expert Symon Perriman discusses the pros and cons of how different solutions can provide continuous availability to virtualized environments with a focus on Failover Clustering. Learn how Windows Server 2012 R2 moves the datacenter closer to a hybrid cloud implementation, while offering persistent availability from both planned and unplanned downtime.
In this episode you'll get to explore the cross-platform mobile strategy we took with the project, and how we built our app using Apache Cordova framework, just once, with it working on any device a volunteer would want to use. We also dive deeper into how Visual Studio 2015 enabled us to build this app quickly and easily, along with how we took advantage of our own (free) Android emulator and other cool debugging experiences.
We'll end the episode with a tour of the mobile app we made over the 3-day event, with all source code available now on GitHub: https://github.com/htbox/