Scale to millions of API calls
Throttle, rate limit and quota your APIs
Bring modern formats like JSON and REST to existing APIs
Mobile enable enterprise APIs
Maximize developer success with interactive console
Get deep insights with rich analytics
Media File: http://azpodcast.blob.core.windows.net/episodes/Episode38.mp3
TIP: Using AzCopy to copy a VHDs from one sub to another
Visual Studio Update 3 is available [download]
- Websites: Publish WebJobs from Console or Web projects.
- Mobile Services: Create a Dev/Test environment in the cloud when creating Mobile Services projects. Use the Push Notification Wizard with .NET Mobile Services.
- Notification Hubs: View and manage device registrations.
Azure SDK 2.4 for .NET is available [VS 2013 download | VS 2012 download]
- Virtual Machines:
o Remote debug 32-bit Virtual Machines.
o Configure Virtual Machines, including installation & configuration of dynamic extensions (e.g. anti-malware, Puppet, Chef and custom script).
o Create Virtual Machine snapshots of the disk state.
o View Storage activity logs for diagnostics.
o Provision Read-Access Geo-redundant Storage from Visual Studio.
- Cloud Services:
Emulator Express is the default option for new projects (Full Emulator is deprecated). Configure new networking capabilities in the service model.
Blog post by Scott Guthrie on new features released for Azure Mobile Services .NET
A blog post by SR EE Craig Landis describing how to use Azure monitoring features to check for Storage Account Throttling:
Why to monitor:
- There is a 20,000 IOPS limit per storage account
- For Azure VMs, storage limits is 500 IOPS per disk
With close to 40 highly used VHDs, it’s easy to bump against the account storage IOPS limit.