Hands-on with Microsoft Azure Application Gateway

  • November 5, 2015
Cloud Architects tasked to lift and shift workloads frequently face some common challenges. Quite frequently they are handed over application dense servers containing applications which were never meant to scale (metal love) and limited budget and time. Not to forget the fact that the communication channel used by the applications was never secured because the applications were previously accessible only over local network (and maybe in house hacking was not a possibility or maybe internet was not invented till then 😄) and the marketing team sold the idea of a mobile workforce to the customer.

Handling Scheduled and Continuous Workloads Through Azure WebJobs

  • August 26, 2015
What are WebJobs? If you have ever built an application of anything more than small scale, you know that you need to have services running in the background that can handle workloads that either are required to execute in the background or are required to run on scheduled intervals. There are several solutions available for this problem in on-premise and cloud worlds. You can use a windows service or have an HTTP endpoint triggered by a cron service such as Windows Task Scheduler to schedule a task.

Building a Reporting Application with Microsoft Azure RemoteApp

  • August 10, 2015
Before I say anything else, let’s lay down a ground rule that I wish all blogs would follow: A sample that takes more than 30 minutes to get cranking up is a project. Get ready to learn about Azure RemoteApp applications by building a SAMPLE that would be powered by Microsoft Azure. September 23, 2016: Remote App is being discontinued. Read the announcement here. What is Azure RemoteApp?
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Hi! I'm Rahul Rai, an author, a programmer, and a technophile. I'm a Senior Consultant at Readify, Sydney, Australia.

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