Join Tiago Costa for an in-depth discussion in this video Subscription and Azure Batch limits, part of Developing Long-Running Tasks with Microsoft Azure.
- [Instructor] So when running Azure Batch solutions, … we are running sometimes very large environments. … Of course, the limitations that we have … in terms of capacity on our Azure subscriptions, … it's important to understand. … So we start with subscription limits, … so your Azure subscription limits. … And when you're doing such kind of work, … we really need to plan our applications … based on the limits that we are going … to have in our subscriptions. … So you need to make sure that all subscriptions … have the available number of cores … and the available number of virtual machines … when we need to scale our Azure Batch jobs. … If the limits were not high enough, well, … we can just try to create to run Azure Batch … in several Azure regions. … Or, we can also make use of the help and support … and ask for an increase on the number of cores … that we can run in our subscription in a specific region … for a specific size of virtual machines. … Some of the Azure Batch limits, …
- Creating and using Azure Storage queues
- Using Azure Service Bus queues
- Security for Azure Service Bus queues
- Creating and scheduling WebJobs
- Creating Azure functions
- Running Azure Batch workloads
Skill Level Intermediate
Scaling Applications with Microsoft Azurewith Tiago Costa1h 30m Intermediate
What you should know1m 10s
1. Azure Queues
2. Azure WebJobs
3. Azure Functions and the Serverless Era
4. Large-Scale Parallel Compute
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