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Microsoft Azure will be offering state of the art GPU visualization infrastructure and GPU compute infrastructure for various different scenarios like gaming, streaming, transcoding, machine learning, visualized CAD applications and many more other workloads that utilize GPUs. Relevant Links:https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Build/2016/T615http://connect.teradici.com/blog/teradici-joins-azure-big-compute-team-onstage-at-build-2016http://connect.teradici...
Seth Juarez talks to Chuck Weininger and Vance Morrison about the power of Azure Service Profiler. It can help you debug performance problems for many different Azure workloads, but they specifically demonstrate how to get it working for Azure Web Apps.
Scott digs in with Neil Gat and learns how to scale VM scales set to new heights! With all VMs configured the same, VM scale sets are designed to support true autoscale – no pre-provisioning of VMs is required – and as such makes it easier to build large-scale services targeting big compute, big data, and containerized workloads.
Scott learns from Neil Gat about Azure VM Scale Sets. VM Scale Sets are an Azure Compute resource you can use to deploy and manage a collection of virtual machines as a set. Scale sets are well suited for building large-scale services targeting big compute, big data, and containerized workloads – all of which are increasing in significance as cloud computing continues to evolve.
Scott talks to Gaurav Malhotra about how Azure Data Factory's tools have improved and now make the monitoring and management of Big Data Pipelines easier than ever. He also demos how Data Factory is used with How-old.net!
Scott talks to Ross Gardler about using Azure Container Service with Docker and the Docker command line. Ross builds, deploys, and scales dozens of machines with in Azure all using Docker and the Azure Container Service.
Scott talks to Azure Developer Aarthi Saravanakumar about the new Azure Web Apps Local Cache feature! How does local cache work and how does it change the behavior of your Web Apps and how they load, run, and write to disk?