5by5 | The Web Ahead #1: Peter Lubbers on HTML5

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  4. storage

    We talk about some of the Storage options available in Windows Azure, specifically Blobs and Tables. We will cover Queues at a later episode when talking about the Service Bus.

    Blob Containers


    Page/Block blobs

    Upload tools

    Local and Geo Replication



    Tables - basic structure

    How to create your own table structures

    LINQ syntax for querying tables.

    REST API for storage access

    Current challenges using storage and some workarounds.

    Media file: http://azpodcast.blob.core.windows.net/episodes/Episode4.mp3





    Storage: Import/Export Hard Disk Drives to your Storage Accounts - securely ship hard disk drives to move data.

    VMs: New VM Gallery UI, ACL support for VIPs via portal;

    Web Sites: WebSocket and Remote Debugging Support

    Notification Hubs: Segmented customer push notification support with tag expressions

    TFS & GIT: Continuous Delivery Support for Web Sites + Cloud Services

    Developer Analytics and Monitoring: New Relic support for Web Sites + Mobile Services in partnership with New Relic with Windows Azure Management Portal making it really easy to configure.

    Service Bus: Support for partitioned queues and topics.

    Billing: New Billing Alert Service that sends emails notifications when your bill hits a threshold you define

    New Windows Azure Cache Service http://www.windowsazure.com/en-us/services/cache/




    Windows Azure PowerShell CmdLets




    Announcing the preview of a new Windows Azure service: Windows Azure Scheduler








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