Serving up content on the Internet is something our web sites do daily. But are we doing this in the fastest way possible? How are users in faraway countries experiencing our apps? Why do we have three webservers serving the same content over and over again? In this session, we'll explore the Windows Azure Content Delivery Network or CDN, a service which makes it easy to serve up blobs, videos and other content from servers close to our users. We'll explore simple file serving as well as some more advanced, dynamic edge caching scenarios.
This session will cover the top 10 issues that most administrators are facing in ConfigMgr 2012 R2. Join Kent and Johan as they take you thru SQL performance related issues, teach you how to identify client health issues, as well as troubleshooting software update issues and application deployment issues.
Most mobile apps require the ability to store data locally on a device to deal with the realities of a disconnected world where a ubiquitous wireless data network is non-existent. While many consumer apps can save light amounts of data as small files, the data requirements of mobile line-of-business apps is much greater. With Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1, and using MSOpenTech’s new portable wrapper for the embedded database, SQLite, C# and Visual Basic developers can build structured data storage into their apps. Join Rob as he walks you through creating local databases and tables and shows you how to work with offline data. We also take a quick look at the new local data sync capability in Microsoft Azure Mobile Services which uses SQLite for local data storage.
Join this session for a journey through the lifecycle of a Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V) 5.0 package. From the birth of a sequenced package through deployment, streaming, configuration, updates, connection groups, user customization and eventual termination. This session is based solely on stand-alone mode, demo-driven, behind-the-scenes views of how each part of the application lifecycle is handled by the App-V Client. No ties to Configuration Manager or Full Infrastructure, just an under the hood insight into how App-V applications are handled regardless of delivery mechanisms.