Azure Table storage, a NoSQL data service in the cloud. Schemaless and with JSON compatibility, it’s simple and it does its job well. But everything great has its pitfalls.
Join me in this session where we will take a look at and investigate the wonders and the mysteries, the shocks and the no-nos of using Azure Table storage. We will look at sample code setting up and using the storage in action. We will also, most notably, look at performance metrics comparing Azure Table storage to other data services. Is this the thing for you? Let’s find out!
Sirar Salih is a technical lead and solution architect working at Making Waves. He is the creator and maintainer of the node-server-ar-drone library at NPM, co-founder of the AngularJS Oslo user group, board member of the Norwegian .NET User Group Oslo, former VP of the Norwegian .NET User Group and board member of the Oslo F# user group. He is also organizer of the annual Arctic IoT Challenge event in Oslo, Norway. Sirar loves holding presentations and has experience from speaking at international conferences such as; Norwegian Developers Conference Oslo, JavaZone, DDD Wales, Trondheim Developer Conference and HTML5 Developer Conference in San Francisco. He also frequently shares his knowledge in the tech community by blogging at; sirarsalih.com/.