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Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
Iasi code camp 20 april 2013 cloud9
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  1. + 20th of April 2013.Elena Naum.+ Levi9 - working for project Greenclouds.Today’s presenter.
  2. + Why use it?Today’s topics:+ What’s Cloud Computing?+ How does one get in the Cloud?An Introduction to Cloud Computing.
  3. Some definitions:“A self-service environment for the creation of highly-scalableapplications, with the immediate availability of compute power andgranular levels of billing.” - A taxonomy of the Amazon CloudWhat is Cloud Computing?“The use of computing resources (hardware and software) that aredelivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). Thename comes from the use of a cloud-shaped symbol as anabstraction for the complex infrastructure it contains in systemdiagrams.” - Wikipedia“The practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on theInternet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a localserver or a personal computer.” - Oxford American Dictionary
  4. Some definitions:“A self-service environment for the creation of highly-scalableapplications, with the immediate availability of compute power andgranular levels of billing.” - A taxonomy of the Amazon CloudWhat is Cloud Computing?“The use of computing resources (hardware and software) that aredelivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). Thename comes from the use of a cloud-shaped symbol as anabstraction for the complex infrastructure it contains in systemdiagrams.” - Wikipedia“The practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on theInternet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a localserver or a personal computer.” - Oxford American Dictionary
  5. Cloud Computing.
  6. Infrastructure-as-a-ServicePlatform-as-a-Service Software-as-a-ServiceCloud Computing. Examples.
  7. Key Benefits of Cloud Computing.+ Improved productivity.+ Cost savings.+ Highly scalable.+ Speed of response.+ Easily access data.+ Increase mobility.+ Green.
  8. Case studies
  9. Join the Cloud:+ http://blog.jointhecloud.org+ http://www.cloudtweaks.comReferences.Platforms:+ http://www.greencloudsonline.com+ http://www.windowsazure.com
  10. About AlinRock star .NET developer @ Levi9facebook.com/alin.rusciorro.linkedin.com/in/alinruscior`
  11. Service Bus is messaging infrastructure thatsits between applications allowing them toexchange messages in a loosely coupled wayfor improved scale and resiliency. Service Busis managed and operated by Microsoft with a99.9% monthly SLA
  12. Core Features
  13. Way up in the cloudsNamespace =Scoping container foraddressing ServiceBus resources withinyour applicationQueue = Sequential messagestore that offers First In, FirstOut (FIFO) message deliveryto one or more competingconsumersTopic = Sequential messagestore like a queue, but itsupports up to 2000concurrent and durablesubscriptions, which relaymessage copies to a poll ofworker processes. A topicextends the messagingfeatures provided by queueswith the addition of publish-subscribe capabilitiesRelay = Cloud service whichprovides bi-directionalcommunication. Unlikequeues and topics, a relaydoesn’t store in-flightmessages—it’s not a broker.Instead, it just passes themon to the destinationapplicationSubscription =Resembles a virtualqueue that receivescopies of the messagesthat were sent to thetopic
  14. Topics are your friends
  15. Scenarios• Temporal decoupling- Senders and receivers don’t need to be active simultaneously• Load leveling- Receiver processes messages at its own pace• Load balancing- Scale up number of receivers to handle load• Pub/Sub – Multicasting- Multiple subscriptions
  16. So what are you waiting for?http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/downloads/
  17. Conclusions• Windows Azure Service Bus• Messaging using Topics/Queues/Relays• Key scenarios: Decoupling/Load leveling/Loadbalancing/Multicasting• aaaaaand
  18. Play Halo 4

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