Lightning Talk: Experiences with Feature Focused Apps: At a recent Scrum.org gathering, trainer Ryan Cromwell presented a “lightning talk” about his work on feature focused apps. (cromwellhaus)
Part 1: Plan Overview
In this first video, we take a high-level look at Amazon Web Services (AWS) terms, server implementation, and a simple backup plan.
CNAME records don’t support naked domains. Your site has to be at www.example.com, it can’t be at simply example.com, the root, or apex, record of your domain. On the other hand, A records can only support IP addresses.
There are a number of solutions to this problem, so I’ll list some here:
If you are a strong, motivated technical professional and are looking for the following:
- The ability to work on the latest and greatest technologies and projects
- The chance to work with the Best of the Best within the industry
- The opportunity to join an innovative, dynamic, collaborative work environment
Then why not take a look at AIS?
Then I thought: What did I just promise?
“Changing our existing apps to run on PaaS is going to require a lot of refactoring. We want to run our applications in the Cloud as-is.”
“We cannot migrate to Azure SQL Database because our database relies on SQL CLR-based stored procedures. We want to use a full version of SQL Server.”
“We want the Cloud to be a seamless extension of our data center, not a walled garden. We want to use our existing IT setup and tools (AD, SCOM etc.) to manage the on-premises and Cloud-based applications.”
…then our upcoming Introduction to Windows Azure IaaS session is for you.
Ultimately the level of availability you choose needs to be a business decision that balances cost with your personal tolerance for the nines.
To guide us though this discussion, I’ll use a typical Windows Azure application as an example. The architecture of our sample application consists of three primary components: Windows Azure Compute Instances, Blob Storage Data, and SQL Azure Data. Read More…
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