Windows Azure AppFabric provides Access Control and an Internet-scale service bus. Access Control can authenticate users and claims, authorizing access to web sites and web services. The Service Bus allows applications running inside different firewalls to connect with each other and with services running in the cloud.
In this session we’ll learn how Azure AppFabric fits into the Microsoft cloud strategy and see simple demonstrations of both Azure AppFabric Access Control and Azure AppFabric Service Bus.
In this session we’ll discuss the promise and dynamics of cloud computing, including the regulatory requirements, financial aspects, and last but not least, the technical capabilities.
This session focuses on the security challenges and recommended approaches to design and develop more secure apps for Azure It’s intended for technical software audiences: software designers, architects, developers and testers who design, build and deploy more secure Azure solutions.
This session will guide you through on what Microsoft have in stock for your future.
In this session you’ll learn storage capabilities of Azure, Blobs, Tables and Queues. Discover how to create storage accounts; upload and retrieve blobs and blob metadata; create, update and query tables; and create a simple service that uses a message queue for communication.
This session will answer some of the common questions such as how do we deploy app to Azure, can we install program on Azure, and how do we monitor our app on Azure.