Principal Engineer Corom Thompson shares the story behind viral Internet site http://www.how-old.net! How was it made, how does it work, and more importantly, how did it scale when the whole internet showed up at its door?
This short video explains how Microsoft Azure Traffic Manager works to direct user computer traffic to an Internet location based on a configured load balancing method and the list of available endpoints.
In this episode Chris Risner and Haishi Bai are joined by Stephen Malone, Program Manager on Traffic Manager. Stephen, Chris and Haishi explore how Traffic Manager allows you to load balance incoming traffic across multiple hosted Windows Azure services whether they're running in the same datacenter or across different datacenters around the world. By effectively managing traffic, you can ensure high performance, availability and resiliency of your applications. Traffic Manager provides you a choice of three load balancing methods: performance, failover, or round robin.
In this episode, Steve and Wade discuss the Windows Azure Traffic Manager. Traffic Manager provides several ways to load balance traffic to multiple hosted services. You can choose from three load balancing methods: Performance, Failover, or Round Robin. Watch as Wade demonstrates how to configure Traffic Manager policies and test with your own applications.