Developers, do you wonder how to design apps for the cloud? Are you interested in best practices for architectures which include services that run in the cloud? Watch Marc Mercuri, Larry Brader, and other experts as they host a day of design and architecture lessons for Windows Azure developers. See how services impact your design choices, review examples of great Windows Azure application design, and explore the most current architecture guidance. The experts also highlight scale, peaks in use, downtime, and cost for usage-based fee structures.Instructor | Marc Mercuri - Microsoft Senior Director; Larry Brader- Microsoft Senior Software Development Test Engineer; Masashi Narumoto - Microsoft Senior Program Manager; Jason Wescott - Microsoft Principal Program Manager
Learn about the concept of FailSafe applications. Find out what to consider when designing applications for the cloud, including how to shift your thinking around reliability of services and how to really design applications for resiliency, application lifecycle changes, and capacity changes.
Hear about the various threats to reliability. Learn about tactics and mitigation strategies to prepare for these threats, and explore how to design your applications with them in mind so that your code has the resiliency your customers expect.
Find out more about how to do capacity and availability modeling for your application.
Patterns for building cloud applications can help you with solutions for common problems encountered when developing cloud-hosted applications. Learn about patterns to specifically help you build resiliency and availability into your applications.
Discover patterns to specifically help you build applications that can scale up to meet high demand.
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