My talk at AzureConf 2014: Meet Azure Files, your new Swiss Army Knife
On October 21st, 2014, Microsoft will be hosting AzureConf, another free event for the Azure community. This event will feature a keynote presentation by Scott Guthrie, along with numerous sessions executed by Azure community members. Streamed live for an online audience on Channel 9, the event will allow you to see how developers just like you are using Azure to develop robust, scalable applications on Azure. Community members from all over the world will join known speakers such as Michael Collier, Mike Martin, Rick Garibay, and Chris Auld in the Channel 9 studios to present their own inventions and experiences. Whether you're just learning Microsoft Azure or you've already achieved success on the platform, you won't want to miss this special event.
Last week was all about AzureConf 2014 with a keynote by Scott Guthrie himself and 17 other sessions covering a variety Azure topics. In my session, "Meet Azure Files, your new Swiss Army Knife", I talked about Azure Files or the Azure File Service.
As a follow-up to my session, here are a few links covering the things I talked about together with the presentation itself:
- AzureConf 2014 – Meet Azure Files, your new Swiss Army Knife
- Mounting your Azure File Shares on-premises through WebDAV
- Deploying a load-balanced, high-available FTP Server with Azure Files
- Source for the EnterpisePics sample application: AzureConf2014-AzureFiles