Hybrid Connectivity Options with the Microsoft Cloud – Live Discussion

We will use this blog for live discussion, Q&A during and after the session. In the previous webcast everything was done in the chat window and we lost the conversation.

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  • Dinesh Gadewal

    There was a concern that was raised on chat that I am too curious to know… with this integration the number of hops increase, how much should we be concerned for latency ?
    And is there a way to evaluate the latency with all hops before selecting any integration approach ?

  • Lucian Davitoiu

    In terms of performance (latency and throughput), for real time interfaces (users waiting for a respnse), what options would you prefer and which ones would you avoid?

  • Salam Elias

    I have on premise WCF appfabric that talks to windows cache, do those solutions on azure can perform well as the WCF and cache

  • Salam Elias

    DO SB options offer the same level of performance

  • Daniel Toomey

    Michael, you mentioned that cost is a potential constraint for using Hybrid Connections. In the current preview offering, it is available in a free edition of MABS; do you anticipate that this will change drastically when (and if) it goes GA? I don’t imagine it will remain free at that point, but it would be a shame if it wound up requiring a full-blown subscription to MABS and lose that significant cost benefit.

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