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Planning and Designing Windows Azure Applications
Updated: October 1, 2013
This section contains articles that provide guidance about planning and designing either Windows Azure applications themselves or their provisioning and management.
In This Section
- Is Your Application a Good Fit for Windows Azure?
- Describes the benefits of the Windows Azure platform and the types of applications that can benefit from being in the cloud, as well as providing an understanding of types of applications that might not be suited to run in the cloud, or that could benefit from a hybrid solution (in which some parts of the application use Windows Azure and others are hosted on premises).
- Designing Multitenant Applications on Windows Azure
- Describes the approaches necessary to design multitenant applications (typically ISV applications that provide services for other organizations) for Windows Azure that are more efficient – that is, either less expensive to run or build, and/or more performant, robust, or scalable.
- Data Migration to Windows Azure SQL Database: Tools and Techniques
- Describes the best approaches to migrating your data to SQL Database.
- Capacity Planning for Service Bus Queues and Topics
- Describes the difference in queue size limits between Windows Azure queues and Windows Azure Service Bus queues and topics, and how to plan for and implement Service Bus queue and topic features.
- Windows Azure Queues and Windows Azure Service Bus Queues - Compared and Contrasted
- Compares the features offered by Windows Azure Queues and Windows Azure Service Bus queues.
- Windows Azure Table Storage and Windows Azure SQL Database - Compared and Contrasted
- Compares the features offered by Windows Azure Table Storage and Windows Azure SQL Database.
- Estimating Cost Of Running The Web Application On Windows Azure
- Provides guidance for estimating the cost of running your application on Window Azure.
- Windows Azure Business Continuity Technical Guidance
- Provides guidance on the capabilities of the platform and the responsibilities of developers for achieving high availability and disaster recovery.
- Windows Azure Cost Assessment
- A method and strategy for developing a new application and its final costs.
- Windows Azure and the Private Cloud
- A summary of how private clouds can intersect with Windows Azure applications.
- Best Practices for the Design of Large-Scale Services on Windows Azure Cloud Services
- Advice based on real-world customer implementations of highly scaled services on Windows Azure.
- Scaling Applications Using Windows Azure Cloud Services Poster Links
- A companion article to Scaling Applications Using Windows Azure Cloud Services Poster.
- Failsafe: Guidance for Resilient Cloud Architectures
- General guidance for building resilient cloud architectures.
- Disaster Recovery and High Availability for Windows Azure Applications
- Provides an overview of the architecture, design, and planning that are involved in creating highly available Windows Azure applications. This includes planning for disaster recovery due to unexpected failures.
- Premium Preview for SQL Database Guidance
- Provides an overview of the Premium service for SQL Database and makes recommendations on how to determine the best reservation size for a Premium database. In addition, guidance is provided on how to tune your SQL Database application to get the most from the Premium service.