00:00 - Intro
00:36 - Guest Bio’s (Christina, Byron, Yi, Oded)
3:22 - Overview of Azure App Service and its advantages
5:00 - Is there vendor lock-in?
6:00 - What about high availability? (Review App Service SLA)
7:00 - Some of the main advantages of Azure App Service:
12:35 - Pricing and included services
13:15 - Available languages and technology stacks
14:50 - Linux VMs vs containers best practices
15:24 - Supported Linux OS
15:54 - Architecting at scale
17:40 - Multi-tenant vs ASE environments
21:00 - Reasons to have ASE - compliance requirements, network isolation, private IPs and firewalls
23:44 - Use cases
26:52 - Integration with CDN
27:07 - Linux use cases
29:26 - Running multiple apps and background processes in an App Service plan
30:10 - Scaling up
31:40 - What can you install on the VM/container in App Service?
34:55 - Common misconceptions
39:56 - How does App Service work under the covers?
40:00 - Geo-redundancy
42:00 - Auto-scaling rules
43:41 - How do we decide on the roadmap?
44:46 - How can customers ask for features? Link to App Service User Voice
45:29 - Exciting news?
46:00 - App Service Team Blog
And the team’s super fun answers to our signature questions!
46:50 - Everyone’s Go Do’s
50:00 - Do you think AI will take over the world?
Oded Dvoskin is a Sr. Program Manager for Azure App Service at Microsoft. He is a creative and innovative leader in product realization. Excels in getting people talking, clarifying visions and delivering solutions. Through many roles, has been leading digital innovation with a user centered attitude, always asking himself and others how to improve customer solutions and raise the bar for success. Pushes for a mentality in managing programs through hearing all the players out, getting them to collaborate and making sure clarity exists across all levels of the business, starting first and foremost with the user’s needs.
Byron Tardif is a program manager with Microsoft, working as part of the Azure App Service team in Redmond, Washington. Byron studied Computer System Engineering at the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico City, México with additional studies in Griffith College in Dublin, Ireland, as well as the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Byron has worked in Windows Server App Fabric, Windows Server, Azure Service Bus, Azure App Service and Azure Functions. He lives in Redmond, WA and enjoys Traveling, Reading Science Fiction and Photography.
With 25 years of experience in the software and aerospace industries doing technical management, product requirements definition, software testing, system analysis and operations. Christina’s career has included working with online services, enterprise software, user interface development, internet domain registration, web publishing and spacecraft flight software. She is currently happily working in a Program Manager role at Microsoft on Azure App Service. Since working at Microsoft she has lead efforts to enable hybrid cloud solutions and to enable the use of Java.
Yi Liao is a Program Manager at Microsoft Azure App Service. He is a Software Professional with hands-on experiences from all-aspect of the software development lifecycle, from design, development, testing to operations. Yi specializes in Technical Program Management, had experiences leading large scale projects in the area of Cloud, Distributed Systems and SaaS.