Date: 27th Sep 2011, Microsoft Singapore Level 22 @ 6:45pm to 9:30pm
(Light Refreshments will be served before the session)
Title: A Deep Look Inside Windows Azure Virtual Machines by Wely
This session will deep-dive in the under-the-hood of how Windows Azure Virtual Machines actually work. Hence, it requires audience to have basic knowledge or understanding of cloud computing concept and Windows Azure. We’ll start the discussion with the “kernel” Fabric Controller, Hypervisor, and explore more detail on each aspect of the VM including available OS Version, VM specification, Virtual Hard Drive inside the VM, Runtime installed, and so on.
Title: Windows Azure Traffic Manager by K.Mohamed Faizal.
This month Faizal discussing and demonstrates Windows Azure Traffic Manager which on CTP. Traffic Manager provides several ways to load balance traffic to multiple hosted services. You can choose from three load balancing methods: Performance, Failover, or Round Robin.
Wely works in NCS as a “Cloud” Solutions Architect, specifically on Windows Azure Platform. Delivering cloud training, architecting cloud solution, designing and developing cloud project are his daily activity. In spare time, he writes blog, delivers presentation, and participates in online community. His passion in driving Microsoft technologies especially Windows Azure makes him to be awarded the first Windows Azure MVP in Southeast Asia.
Faizal is an Lead Consultant with Chief Architect Office, NCS (P) Ltd. Faizal spends his days serving as a consultant or architect helping clients succeed with the Microsoft development platform. He has over a decade of experience in Information Technology with a focus on enabling portals, Internet & Intranet application development. His area of specialization includes but is not limited to evaluate & develop migration strategies for Cloud Computing (Windows Azure) as well as for SharePoint Server technologies. Faizal spends most of his spare time reading technology blogs and exploring new development technologies.
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