Modern applications are pushing the boundaries of architecture. IT Professionals need to keep up with the platform innovations for developers, because it creates new opportunity for architecture and design, testing, benchmarking, implementation, management, security, operations and updates. Having a strong life cycle background will serve you well in the new world of the cloud.
In this week’s “What’s New in 2012 R2: Enabling Modern Apps with the Windows Azure Pack”, Microsoft VP Brad Anderson takes a deep dive into the Windows Azure Pack, message queuing, and a number of innovations to support multi-tier application scenarios.
We’ve listened closely to our customers and focused on improving the following 3 core scenarios with the Service Bus 1.1 for Windows Server and the Windows Azure Pack v1:
Spend some time really reading this article. Some of the concepts and technologies may be totally foreign to you, but you’ll need to start understanding the platform more fully to support the modern applications that are coming. At the end of the article we’ve provided some links to additional supporting resources.
And for those of you interested in downloading some of the products and trying them, here are some resources to help you
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