Jeremy Likness joins Donovan Brown to show how Blazor enables C# and .NET SPA (single page application) apps to run in all modern browsers, even mobile browsers without plugins. Learn how you can host it using inexpensive Azure Storage, static websites, and an optional CDN.Introduction to BlazorFrom Angular to Blazor: The Health AppHosting a Blazor App in Azure Storage Static WebsitesStatic website hosting in Azure Storage (docs)Create a free account (Azure)
Join us for this integral session with the Corporate Vice President for Azure Networking. Azure continues to address modern enterprise networking needs as the pace of cloud adoption accelerates. This session will make major announcements for new and updated services and features as well as highlight new networking capabilities including Virtual WAN, Azure Firewall, and Azure CDN with a focus on how Azure Networking services can be composed to enable important customer scenarios. We will also take a sneak-peak at the future for Azure Networking.
Whether you’re using Azure Storage, another CDN, or any global source, Azure CDN will help you deliver more content, more automated, to more users. In this session, we demonstrate how you can use Azure CDN’s global, multi-CDN platform to live migrate your traffic from Azure Storage to CDN and instantly scale out your content and improve performance.
Stream any media—anywhere, at any scale. Learn how Azure Content Delivery Network integrates seamlessly with media workflows, enabling real-time performance for any streaming content—live or on-demand.
Streamline and speed up data delivery with Azure Content Delivery Network. You can leverage multiple partner CDNs from Azure Content Delivery Network to maximize coverage and capability if you have massive data to deliver.
Instantly distribute content. See how Azure Content Development Network accelerates load times, cuts latency, and helps to improve user experience for dynamic web applications and websites.
Richard Li joins Scott Hanselman to discuss the new Dynamic Site Acceleration (DSA) optimization for Azure CDN, and how it can be used in combination with standard CDN caching features to measurably improve the performance of web pages with dynamic content. For more information, see: Dynamic Site Acceleration via Azure CDN (docs)
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