Migrating Internet Applications to Azure

In this course, we look at a typical application: management of claims for Customer Support. We move much of the application to Windows Azure by making use of Windows Azure SQL Database, Service Bus, the Access Control Service, and Windows Azure Web Sites.
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Intermediate
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November 1, 2012
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Course info
Rating
(62)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
November 1, 2012
Duration
2h 0m
Description

Much of the work being done on Windows Azure involves moving existing applications and workloads. In this course, we look at a typical application: management of claims for Customer Support. The application itself is a demo application, bare enough to demonstrate principles without getting students lost in the details of a real world customer support application. The application starts out using SQL Server, Web Services, MSMQ, Windows Authentication, and IIS. We move much of the application to Windows Azure by making use of Windows Azure SQL Database, Service Bus, the Access Control Service, and Windows Azure Web Sites. This course shows the planning and technologies that will get your applications from on premises into the cloud.

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About the author

Scott Seely is the president of The Jeanius Factory, Inc., a Microsoft Regional Director and a Microsoft MVP.

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