Microsoft Azure: Enterprise Application Development
This fast-paced guide enables developers to design and build Enterprise applications for the cloud. You will find it easy to follow this book, as the authors use an actual online portal application for the case study. Throughout the development of the sample application there is discussion of important considerations for moving an application into the cloud. If you provide technological leadership to their enterprise-senior developers, architects, CIO/CTO and you want or need to guide your enterprise's application design to Azure, this is the perfect book for you! Since the examples are in .NET, the book will skew to MS-oriented developers. But a lot of what is discussed will be applicable to anyone wanting to work with Azure. No matter what language you use, you provision the application fabric the same way, and all the underlying concepts will be the same. You will need experience with Visual Studio, and some basic SQL Server knowledge.
- Electronic book text | 248 pages
- 09 Dec 2010
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Richard J. Dudley
Richard Dudley is a Senior Application Developer for Armada Supply Chain Solutions, a logistics company based in Pittsburgh, PA. Richard has been developing with Microsoft technologies since 1998, and today works with a variety of technologies, including SQL Server, ASP.NET, SharePoint and BizTalk. With his wife Kathy, Richard is also co-owner of The Bloomery Florist in Butler, PA Nathan Duchene is an Application Developer for Armada Supply Chain Solutions, a logistics company based in Pittsburgh, PA. He has worked with a list of Microsoft technologies, including ASP.NET, Silverlight, SharePoint, BizTalk, and SQL Server. Nathan also enjoys playing numerous sports, volunteering in the community, and spending time with his family and closest friends in his spare time.