Developing Cloud Applications with Windows Azure™ Storage

Developing Cloud Applications with Windows Azure™ Storage
Published:March 15, 2013Language:English
Author:Paul MehnerTechnology:Microsoft Azure
Length:232 PagesISBN 13:9780735667983

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$ 29.99
About The BookUse cloud-based storage to improve data reliability in your apps

Get focused, pragmatic guidance for building Windows Azure data management services into your new or existing Microsoft .NET applications. This book deftly plumbs platform infrastructure and storage capabilities, with expert insights for applying the right service—blobs, tables, or queues—for the job.

Gain hands-on insights, patterns, and code:

  • Review platform architecture, service, and features

  • Set up and manage storage accounts

  • Get walkthroughs on how and when to use blob, table, or queue storage

  • Gain business context for choosing the right service by scenario

  • Learn to write apps for resiliency and robustness in the cloud

  • Analyze storage usage to improve app performance and design


  • About You
    This book is targeted to intermediate-level Microsoft Visual Basic and Visual C# developers who understand core HTTP and database concepts.
    About Paul MehnerPaul Mehner focuses on cloud computing on the Windows Azure platform, and brings more than 30 years of experience as a software developer, architect, project manager, consultant, speaker, and mentor to this book. He is a senior consultant and trainer for Wintellect.
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