The decisions you make during the design phase of an Azure solution tend to stick with you as you gain momentum delivering features. If you have a green field application, you have the luxury of weighing those decisions up front. If you are brown field - understanding the choices may help you lead to a migration path that creates efficiencies for you later on. In this session, Michele will explore decisions related to the various PaaS and IaaS features of the platform. Why would you choose a Web App over Virtual Machines? Do you need API management? When is SQL Server or Azure SQL Database appropriate? Should you use Web Jobs or Worker Roles for async and scheduled tasks? How do you choose between Service Bus queues, topics or event hubs? Is Azure AD the right fit for your identity requirements? All this in just one session - you may need a coffee first!
In this talk we'll cover the services in Azure we used to build and distribute the dotnetConf virtual conference. We'll show you how we used Azure Websites and Traffic Manager to distribute our conference to attendees across the world with ease. If you're interested on simple and scalable solutions with Azure, this is the session for you!
ASP.NET 5 applications using Visual Studio 2015 gives you a rich IDE experience, however, now with ASP.NET now being cross-platform, that development IDE is not afforded to us on a Mac. In this session, I will walk through project creation, adding additional ASP.NET items using Yeoman generators and editing the applications in Sublime and Brackets.