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Azure Fabric Controller is a native component of Azure Service Platform that manages the hardware resources provisioned for hosted software applications. It manages and monitors the allocation of computing resources to all virtual machines and the underlying hardware resources that altogether make up the Azure platform.
Azure Service Platform is the collection of integrated cloud hosted computing, database, mobile, networking, web and analytics solution provided by Microsoft Azure. It is the entire suite of cloud services Microsoft Azure is providing.
SQL Azure is the cloud hosted delivery mode of the Microsoft SQL Database in Microsoft Azure. It provides SQL Database services on a scalable and cloud hosted Azure environment via a database as a service (DBaaS) model.
There are times when it is important for Azure Cloud Service application to know which deployment slot it is operating in. Worker Roles in particular need to know if certain functionality should be disabled when running in the Staging slot.
Netreo users can now gain additional insight by seeing performance and uptime data of their environments visualized with a new Historical Reporting feature. With initial release, we’re deploying two reports:
Both reports can go back in time for up to 12 months ago and visualize collected data for their users.
Azure developers often stumble and find it difficult and cumbersome to test their applications. They consider Azure staging environment the equivalent of a test environment, which it is not.
Azure is a scalable cloud computing architecture that is designed to deliver enterprise class IT resources for simple to complex applications. It is home to some of the top applications in the world and handles thousands of instructions per day.
Microsoft Azure is a flexible and powerful cloud computing platform that delivers an on demand computing, storage and network resources to host, scale and manage Web applications and services.
Azure Virtual Networks allow cloud applications hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform to connect to internal enterprise networks through secure tunnels. This enables hybrid-cloud scenarios, allows for utilization of premise resources alongside cloud resources and generally bridges the gap between internal data centers and cloud-based data centers.