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Node.js on Windows Azure       NEIL MACKENZIE
Who Am I? Neil Mackenzie Windows Azure Architect @ Satory Global Windows Azure MVP Blog: http://convective.wordpress.c...
Content Components   Node.js, Windows Azure, Web Matrix 2 Demos   CLI/git, Web Matrix 2, PowerShell
Node.js Server-side JavaScript:   Runs on top of Google V8 engine   Single threaded with callbacks   Highly scalable  ...
Windows Azure Compute   PaaS: Cloud Services, Windows Azure Web Sites   IaaS Storage   Windows Azure Storage Service:...
Web Matrix 2 Microsoft IDE for Web Development   Free download   Extensible with templates   Publish   32-bit Node.j...
Developer Portals Windows Azure   Downloads   SDK   Documentation   Tools   http://www.windowsazure.com/develop/node...
Cloud 9 Online IDE   http://c9.io Supports:   Node.js   Deploy to Windows Azure   Mac, Linux, Windows
Additional Information Online   Node: - http://NodeJS.org   Windows Azure: www.windowsazure.com   Github: https://gith...
Summary Node.js on Windows Azure:   Fully supported by Microsoft   Deployable to Web Sites and Cloud Services   Open s...
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  1. 1. Node.js on Windows Azure NEIL MACKENZIE
  2. 2. Who Am I? Neil Mackenzie Windows Azure Architect @ Satory Global Windows Azure MVP Blog: http://convective.wordpress.com/ Twitter: @mknz Book: Microsoft Windows Azure Development Cookbook
  3. 3. Content Components  Node.js, Windows Azure, Web Matrix 2 Demos  CLI/git, Web Matrix 2, PowerShell
  4. 4. Node.js Server-side JavaScript:  Runs on top of Google V8 engine  Single threaded with callbacks  Highly scalable  Real-time servers Example:  var http = require(http);  var server = http.createServer( function (req, res) {  res.writeHead( 200);  res.end(Hello Silicon Valley Code Camp);  });  server.listen( 3000 );
  5. 5. Windows Azure Compute  PaaS: Cloud Services, Windows Azure Web Sites  IaaS Storage  Windows Azure Storage Service: blobs, tables, queues  Windows Azure SQL Database  IaaS: SQL Server, MongoDB, Cassandra, etc. Connectivity  HTTP, TCP, UDP, Site-to-Site VPN Administration  Portal, Service Management API
  6. 6. Web Matrix 2 Microsoft IDE for Web Development  Free download  Extensible with templates  Publish  32-bit Node.js support:  Publish to Windows Azure Web Sites  IntelliSense  Templates  Node Inspector  Node Package Manager (NPM)
  7. 7. Developer Portals Windows Azure  Downloads  SDK  Documentation  Tools  http://www.windowsazure.com/develop/node Github  Downloads  SDK  Bug tracking  http://github.com/windowsazure
  8. 8. Cloud 9 Online IDE  http://c9.io Supports:  Node.js  Deploy to Windows Azure  Mac, Linux, Windows
  9. 9. Additional Information Online  Node: - http://NodeJS.org  Windows Azure: www.windowsazure.com  Github: https://github.com/windowsazure  Web Matrix 2: http://www.microsoft.com/web/webmatrix Book:  Smashing Node.js: Guillermo Rauch
  10. 10. Summary Node.js on Windows Azure:  Fully supported by Microsoft  Deployable to Web Sites and Cloud Services  Open source Web Matrix 2  Lightweight IDE for web sites  Provides IntelliSense for Node.js applications.
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