BAUG 3# – Using the Windows Azure Autoscaling Application Block (WASABi)

UPDATE – Paul has uploaded the slides for this event here.  Thanks Paul!


Hi guys,

The Microsoft Innovation Centre (MIC) launch on the 18th April has been postponed, which means we’re now free to run the 3rd Brisbane Azure User Group session!

It’s a bit short-notice, but Paul Bouwer has agreed to step-up and take the Windows Azure Autoscaling Application Block (WASABi) through it’s paces.

From MSDN:

The Autoscaling Application Block can automatically scale your Windows Azure application based on rules that you define specifically for your application. You can use these rules to help your Windows Azure application maintain its throughput in response to changes in its workload, while at the same time control the costs associated with hosting your application in Windows Azure. Scaling operations typically alter the number of role instances in your application, but the block also enables you to use other scaling actions such as throttling certain functionality within your application.

Please register on the Meetup event page so we organise the right amount of food & drinks.

Hope to see you there!

Dean

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