Azure App service has been around for a while now and still developers and cloud engineers are shrouded by its mystery around performance. Let's take you on a journey to go in depth in the nooks and crannies of Azure app service! Let's dive into scaling, performance and also pricing. By incorporating performance engineering to show you how to find the optimal sizing and auto scale settings so you can improve your environment. Let's find the limits within Azure app service together by showing our best practices!
Hi, my name is Michiel Hamers, 44 years old, and from The Netherlands. I am a (Azure) cloud specialist and I like to work on complex applications in the cloud. Some statistics: I'm since 2002 a Microsoft Certified Professional and since 2021 a Microsoft Certified Trainer. As a often asked speaker you can have already see one of my sessions at: SharePoint Saturday, MCT Summit, Code&Comedy SDN Days, FutureTech, MS TechDays, etc. Besides that I support CoderDojo as a teacher who teaches kids (8-18) the basics of code. And sometimes I go out for a 5K run.
Hi! My name is Twan Koot and I'm 29 years old from The Netherlands. I'm a performance engineer who's passion lies in creating and improving software to achieve high performing applications. I believe in a no nonsense testing approach in which quality should be number one. Apart from working on complex IT environments I like to drive my motorcycle and play videogames. I have been a speaker or will be speaking at the following events: Performance Advisory Council, Azconf'22 CAST'22, Code&Comedy, QX-day and Serverless days Amsterdam!
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