Wednesday, August 21, 2013
10:15 AM - 11:00 AM
|Technical - Advanced
When most people think of NoSQL they immediately forget about ACID. Windows Azure Tables is designed to offer the best of both worlds providing both scale and ACID guarantees. This session will focus on the architecture and performance characteristics of Windows Azure Tables as well as cover specific patterns and best practices for users wishing to get the most out of tables. We will also discuss some real world examples of clients that have built web scale solutions leveraging Windows Azure Tables.
Joe Giardino is a Senior Development Lead on the Windows Azure Storage team and focuses on the client experience for Windows Azure Storage developers. His primary goal is to help clients create fast cloud applications that scale in a simple and consistent way. Most Recently, Joe has been focused on driving performance improvements and wider platform availability in the client experience for Windows Azure Storage. He joined Microsoft in 2008 and graduated from the University of Illinois.