Retire Your Data Center: Figure 4: Manage Local Developer Fabric and Storage Instances

This multiple exposure screen capture shows log data for three instances of this article's SampleWebCloudService project running in the Development Fabric and emulated Azure Storage Services for blobs, queues, and Azure's schemaless Entry-Attribute-Value tables. A local SQL Server 2005+ Express instance holds a DevelopmentStorageDb database to store blobs, queues, and account information as well as a ProjectName database containing Azure Table Services data. Starting up the Development Fabric and Development Services slows VS's compile and run operations significantly.

Retire Your Data Center: Figure 4: Manage Local Developer Fabric and Storage Instances
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