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28. September 2010 In Action


An essential guide to building scalable cloud applications in the Azure Services Platform,

including Windows Azure, SQL Azure and .NET Services.


Azure in Action is a fast-paced tutorial intended for architects and developers

looking to develop cloud-based applications on the Windows Azure Platform.

Written by two of Microsoft's leading Azure evangelists, it’s designed both for

readers new to cloud concepts and for those familiar with cloud development

but new to Azure.

Starting with core concepts, the book explores designing and scaling front-end

and back-end services that run in the cloud, and more advanced scenarios in

Windows Azure. Later chapters introduce the rest of the Azure Services

Platform with a particular focus on SQL Azure Database.


P• Authors are leading Azure evangelists who share their hard-won experience

during frequent presentations of Azure and other Microsoft development


P• Covers the Windows Azure Platform, including SQL .N ET

P• Concise, developer-centric, “In Action” style

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  • Taschenbuch: 457 Seiten
  • Verlag: Manning Pubn; Auflage: 1 (28. September 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 193518248X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1935182481
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Chris Hay is a Microsoft MVP in Client App Dev, an international speaker who specializes in Silverlight, Azure and ASP.NET development. He has presented Windows Azure at various conferences and usergroups since PDC 2008. Brian Prince is an Architect Evangelist with Microsoft focused on building and educating the architect community. He has over 13 years IT management and consulting experience in numerous industries including real estate, financial services, healthcare, retail and state government.

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If you are a .NET developer you should definitely read this book. Cloud computing is becoming a major topic for the future and the Microsoft Azure Platform is the way to go for .NET developers.

Even when you are not going to write a Cloud application in the nearest future, you should have an idea of the principles and concepts that come with the Cloud.

Also some of the concepts of programming for the Cloud and their difference to traditional programming can be very enlightening and can provide you a new perspective, that is also applicable in non-cloud projects.

I can recommend this book also for developers that are not developing for the .NET platform. So far this is the best book I have seen for explaining how programming for the Cloud works and discussing the underlying concepts.
The book shows concrete examples hot to architect and build applications for the Cloud. This is valuable knowhow, even when you build your Cloud applications on another platform than Azure.

The book is written in a light way that makes it an easy and enjoyable read. The style is entertaining with little amusing jests spattered throughout the chapters. Nevertheless the light style is never distracting from the real goal to provide valuable technical content.

As I said before, I think the book is very interesting, because it not only explains the technology/API but also the concepts and principles behind it.
Two examples of this are:
- Through discussion about the different storage options in the Cloud (Table Service, BLOB storage, SQL Azure, local storage, CDN). The book provides good guidelines when to choose what and shows the implications on the architecture and the design of the system.
- The clear differentiation between web-apps (web-roles), storage and background processing (worker-roles, queues) and how to architect scalable applications with this separation.
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Genau so wie NHibernate in Action ist auch dieses Buch vom Feinsten. Es ist nicht mehr ganz aktuell, aber für die Grundlagen ein super Einstieg.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Architectural Overview of Azure - not code centric 19. November 2010
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This book is a fairly quick read. Its strength is the way it describes the function and purpose of the main features of Azure. After reading the book, I have a better understanding of *why* and *when* to use each feature of Azure, optimization techniques, and solution architecture. There are code examples, but they tend to be rather short- you don't get deep coverage of the API's, so this book won't serve as a developer reference. You get just enough code examples to write introductory tests of Azure's features. The chapter on AppFabric seemed too brief, although this topic could probably use its own book.

In summary, this book is best for architects rather than coders.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A nice, brisk, concise introduction to the Azure platform 2. November 2010
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I approached this book without having any experience with the Azure platform, and found it to be a nice, brisk, concise introduction to the platform. It spelled out the familiarities and differences between it and doing straight ASP.Net development, the differences between Web and Worker roles, the differences between the various models of access control, the authentication model support, and the different mechanisms for storing data within the Azure cloud, amongst other topics. I especially liked the parts of the book that allowed you to investigate the way the actual platform is hosted (getting details about the machine your app is running on, etc)

I felt I came away from reading it with a good understanding of how the pieces fit together, and how I could integrate portions of the platform into my work. This book was a well-timed, excellent introduction to the platform for me.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Bit outdated, need to complement with MS information. 6. April 2011
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I am changing a bit my review towards the good side. This book has its own individual value add to learning Azure, however in order to make good use of it you need to complement it with some MS information. <rant> The frustrating part is finding information on the MS site, that is updated and coherent </rant>. Anyway, the info that worked for me in 04/11 is the labs of the Windows Azure Platform Training Kit. Look for WAPTK on the web.

With that in hand, this book adds value as it provides backgrounder info / rationale which is collected together in a single place.

Bottom line: Don't get frustrated as I originally did because some of the examples / screen shots in this book are not accurate. Use the WAPTK for that and use this book as complement.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book to get started with Azure 27. September 2012
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Azure In Action by Brian Prince and Chris Hay has something for everyone. It provides a good overview of the use cases for Windows Azure and a high-level overview of the Azure architecture, which is useful for those new to the platform. It also provides many in-depth examples of Azure features, such as web roles, worker roles, and storage options.

The book also benefits from the light-hearted style of Prince and Ray, who are as entertaining in print as they are in person.

The only downside is that newer Azure features are not covered in this book and Microsoft is adding new features at a startling rate. As far as I know, no updated edition is in the works to cover these new features.

Still, the book remains relevant because of its focus on the uses of cloud computing and on the still-relevant core features.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen C# only, poor Illustrations and Source Code problems 20. April 2011
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I'm updating my rating to three stars! Why? Later chapters in this book contain some terrific insights and "Gotcha's". Since reading this book I have written and deployed a successful Windows Azure Cloud application.
The code in the book and downloaded source is all in C#. The illustrations are so small that they are absolutely worthless! Why they are included in a book of this size, small, beats me. No way can you read the text on the screen shots. Just pathetic. As stated in my title the source code has problems. When you "UnZip" the archive it errors out stating it cannot retrieve all the files because the path would be too long. Do I have to be in root on Windows 7? The files you do extract sometimes are just empty templates that Visual Studio creates for you. For example WebRole.cs, etc. This book does read well but is completely lacking as a "How To" if you plan on using which supposedly is an Azure supported language. Also the Hype is a bit much, sounds worse than a sales brochure.
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