Plan and build an IT infrastructure using Microsoft's new Azure cloud platform. Co-written by a Microsoft cloud computing expert, "Microsoft Azure Services Platform: Planning and Building IT in the Cloud" covers the revolutionary features of Azure and how it can optimally be used. You'll get details on Azure development in conjunction with NET and SQL. This book explains how to leverage local Windows systems with the online features of Azure, providing additional functions and features that are realized through cloud computing. "Microsoft Azure Services Platform" features: full coverage of the Azure architecture and the competitive landscape; real-world examples of Azure applications, code samples, and third-party tools; a roadmap for making the move to the cloud, including migration and co-existence; and, details on Azure benefits, how to integrate it into existing enterprise environments, and how to leverage local Windows systems with online Windows features. This title features in-depth coverage for enterprise IT managers, architects, developers, and decision-makers: the Trend Toward Cloud Computing; Cloud Platforms in Today's Market; Overview of the Azure Services Platform; Azure Services Examined - A Comparison of Cloud Platforms; Developing for the Azure Platform; Tips, Tricks, and Patterns for Azure Development; Interoperability with Azure Services; Securing Cloud Applications; Developing a Data Storage Solution in Azure; Developing a Workflow Application .NET Services; Azure Case Study; Building on Live Services; and, Leveraging the Azure in the Enterprise.Biografía del autor:
Toby J. Velte, Ph.D., MCSE+I, CCNA, CCDA is CEO of FireSummit, Inc., an innovative network services firm based in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is co-author of the best-selling Cisco: A Beginner's Guide.
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