About Show #518
Of course you can scale in the cloud - but exactly how? Richard chats with Corey Sanders who goes on a whirlwind tour of the many options in Azure to help your applications be reliable and scalable. First up is a discussion on Virtual Machines and Scale Sets - rather than making separate VMs for every instance of your application, you can build them in blocks up to a thousand! After discussing the kind of problems that need a thousand of anything, Corey dives into Service Fabric and Containers, getting more fine-grained and lighter weight so that you can scale faster. And it works with existing applications as well, opening the door to moving what you have today to the cloud!
Corey Sanders is a Microsoft Corporate Vice President responsible for the product and strategy of the Azure Compute team. He has been in the Azure team since 2010 and Microsoft since 2005. Corey was the creator of Azure Virtual Machines (Infrastructure-as-a-service) and his responsibilities now include Azure Virtual Machines (both Windows and Linux), Containers, Kubernetes, Service Fabric, Event Grid, Service Bus, Management, Migration, Serverless Computing (Functions and Logic Apps), App Service, and Batch Computing. Corey is also responsible for the compute technology supporting large Microsoft internal services like Bing. Prior to Azure, Corey spent five years as a developer in the Windows Serviceability team. In Windows Serviceability, Corey owned networking, kernel, and install technologies of all released versions of Windows. Corey joined Microsoft directly out of college after completing an internship for Microsoft.