Tag Archives: Azure

Azure – Compute

Windows Azure compute service is built on top of different roles. A service may run over one or more instances of a role. Also, it can consist of different types of roles. Azure support three types of roles Web Role: … Continue reading

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Azure – Development Fabric

The major difference between a cloud and on-premises application is that the Azure application won’t run locally. To help mitigate this, MS introduced the concept of development fabric, a version of Windows Azure environment that runs on the developer’s system. … Continue reading

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Azure – Fabric Controller

Fabric controller owns all resources in a data center. Fabric controller makes the Azure platform highly available. To avoid a downtime, fabric controller groups the systems in the data center into a number of fault domains. Each fault domain consists … Continue reading

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Introduction to Windows Azure

There is a buzz around cloud adoption which promises capacity-on-demand and elasticity. Windows Azure is the answer to cloud from Microsoft. Let us discuss about Azure in a series of articles. As a first step, I will be discussing about … Continue reading

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