Learn how to scale queries using Streaming Units and partitions in this tutorial by Krishnaswamy Venkataraman, a big data and cloud architect.
In a traditional static data scenario, a query can be executed against a fixed data set and results will be available after a known interval. On the other hand, with a streaming data scenario involving constant changes to a dataset, the queries will run for a longer duration or might not even complete.
Additionally, a constant stream of data will increase the volume of the data, and the query might drain the working memory. One way to draw a data boundary is through the context of time. For example, with a streaming dataset, you can specify a data boundary that resides within the start and end time. This will restrict the query execution between known boundaries. There are two types of timing constraints you can use to set time boundaries for the streaming data, application and arrival time.
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What are Azure Blobs?
Microsoft Azure storage is one of the most extensible and reliable cloud storage available for enterprises. Microsoft Azure has become a popular choice among entrepreneurs and start up business owners, thanks to many Azure training centers available around the country. There are various types of storage options to use – Blobs, Tables, Queues and Azure files. All of them work on the same concept and technology but used with different scenarios.
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Cloud computing is one of the most popular high-end technologies that allows businesses to manage their data, business activities, and tasks more effectively and efficiently. The software keeps on introducing advanced features that helps both the large as well as small-scale businesses. Continue reading “Cloud computing: A Disaster Recovery platform for small businesses”
Microsoft Azure provides WebApps services to host any website without configuring a virtual machine. It is a Platform as a Service offering from Microsoft.
Supported Web Applications are:
- Custom web application from Visual Studio
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An App Service plan is the container for web app.
The App Service plan settings will determine the location, features, cost and compute resources associated with app.
Click NEW in the toolbar on the left and then click Web+Mobile and click on Web App.
In the App Service Name text box, type a unique name
Select valid Subscription
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