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Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
Creating and deploying apps in azure
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  • Resp for executing ur apps in the cloudComp serv provides u wit a way to run ur apps on Win Server running in VM hosted in MS DCCompute service is built from one or more roles
  • A service may run one or more instances of a role Web role – customized for web apps developed in ASP.NET. Run in full IIS7.0, can communicate with worker roles directly or thru queues Worker – useful for generalised dev, typical example is background processing, similar to a batch job or windows service VM – runs a user customized image of the Win server 2008 R2, typically an image of the on-premises win server is made and then transferred to cloud Can build a service with any combination of web and worker rolesCommunicates via HTTP/HTTPS/TCP/IP on ports 80 and 843Tools - ASP.NET, WCF, other .NET tools, Java, Python, Ruby, etc.
  • Storage Service – persistent, durable storage, needs a storage acc, can obtain it thru management portalBlobs are for unstructuredstorage,like text or binary dataTable- semi structured or tabular data storage, not relational, basic table storage is a set of entities which contains a set of properties for relational u can use SQL AzureQueues Buffered data storage useful when communicating btw worker and web roleDrives are sharable across instances
  • Wizards - creating subscriptions, servers, and databases
  • No learning curve neededBased on .NET and VS
  • All one , contains SDK and tools needed for VS 2010, VS Web DeveloperRequired IIS feature and hot fixesAlso includes emulators for app fabric and storage
  • https://windows.azure.com/default.aspxSilverlight basedProvides access to service deployment and mangement tasksRibbons – displays actions based on the displayed itemNavigation – access to different features in the portal, main nav buttons are to the bottom of the paneItem list – displays hierarchical grouping based on the selected navigation buttonProperties –displays properties associated with the selected item
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    • 1. Creating and Deploying Apps in Windows Azure
      AmalDev
      http://blog.techrepository.in
      www.techrepository.in
    • 2. Components
    • 3. Azure Compute Service
    • 4. A Quick Comparison
      Local Data Stores
      Cloud Storage
      5
      Library/Services
      Web/Worker Role
      4
      Azure
      Desktop
      Manifest
      Service Definition
      3
      Application Configuration
      Service Configuration
      2
      Executable
      Service Package
      1
    • 5. What is a Role ?
      Defines a component that may run in the execution environment
      Three Types
      Web Role
      Interacts with end user or web services
      Worker Role
      Initiates their own request for data or tasks from the queue
      VM Role
      Have full control over the operations
    • 6. Storage Service
      Blobs
      Provides simple interface for storing named files along with metadata
      Tables
      Provides structured storage
      Queues
      Provides reliable storage and delivery of messages
      Drives
      NTFS file system volume
    • 7. Management Portal
      https://windows.azure.com
      One stop location for all Azure resources
      100% Silverlight UI
      Getting Started Wizards
      Old management portals at
      http://sql.azure.com.
    • 8. Developer Experience
      .NET, SQL Server, WCF
      Tools – Visual Studio, SSMS
      Supports PHP, Python
      Cloud apps can be developed locally / offline
      SDK Cloud Simulator – Dev Fabric, Dev Storage
    • 9. Tools
      Windows Azure SDK
      Tools to manage and configure roles
      Local Development Fabric
      Local Development Storage services
      Local Cloud Service debugging support
      Cloud Service package and deployment builder
      Windows Azure Tools for Visual Studio
      C# and VB project templates
      http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/sdk/
    • 10. Project Templates
    • 11. Compute Emulator
    • 12. Storage Emulator
    • 13. Azure Management Portal
      Ribbon
      Items List
      Properties
      Navigation
    • 14. ????????
    • 15. Thank You
      AmalDev
      www.techrepository.in
      http://blog.techrepository.in
      www.facebook.com/amaldevv
      @amaldevv

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