Azure: Outbound throttling of VMs

Azure: Outbound throttling of VMs

When we create certain sized VMs, the NICs associated with them are throttled for
Outbound traffic. Here’s some numbers that were originally published from a little
while ago (may have changed since, but these give you a guide):

Specifications

Extra Small

Small

Medium

Large

Extra Large

CPU

1.0 GHz

1.6 GHz

2 X 1.6 GHz

4 X 1.6 GHz

8 X 1.6 GHz

Memory

768 MB

1.75 GB

3.5 GB

7 GB

14 GB

VM Local Storage

20 GB

225 GB

490 GB

1,000 GB

2,040 GB

Network I/O Performance

Low

Moderate

High

High

High

Allocated Bandwidth

5 Mbps

100 Mbps

200 Mbps

400 Mbps

800 Mbps


Blog Post by: Mick Badran

Join Me at Microsoft TechEd to Talk DevOps, Cloud Application Architecture

Join Me at Microsoft TechEd to Talk DevOps, Cloud Application Architecture

In a couple weeks, I’ll be invading Houston, TX to deliver a pair of sessions at Microsoft TechEd. This conference – one of the largest annual Microsoft events – focuses on technology available today for developers and IT professionals. I made a pair of proposals to this conference back in January (hoping to increase my […]
Blog Post by: Richard Seroter

How did we use our BizTalk360 7.2 release for team building activity?

The BizTalk360 team had grown considerably in the past few months. When you grow so quickly, it’s inevitable you’ll face some challenges around the processes in the company, the company culture, bringing everyone up to speed etc., – known more as the classic scalability issues. We thought it will be a good opportunity to capitalize […]

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Blog Post by: Gokul Dhamodaran

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Blog Post by: Gokul Dhamodaran

BizTalk360 improved User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) in 7.2

One of the things we are very passionate in BizTalk360 is the user experience. That’s one of the reason we invested heavily last year moving from Silverlight based UI to modern HTML5 based single page interface. Out of the box BizTalk server comes with BizTalk admin console, a standard MMC based snap-in, which is15 years […]

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Blog Post by: Sriram Hariharan

ESB Toolkit Tip #1: Create a Custom Extender for an Itinerary Service

ESB Toolkit Tip #1: Create a Custom Extender for an Itinerary Service

In an Itinerary Service you can use a Resolver for dynamically resolving endpoint information and BizTalk Maps. Most of the times when you create a custom Itinerary Service you want to transform or send your message but there are also cases that you want to do something else like logging or validating your message. In that case Resolvers are not useful because the properties and data that they return contain endpoint information and maps.
The Itinerary Designer in Visual Studio fortunately allows you to create custom extenders for Itinerary Service model elements that can be used to add properties to the property bag for use by Orchestration-based Itinerary Services. Through this you no longer need to use a Resolver to feed your Orchestration with dynamic data because you can set the properties directly on the Itinerary Service.

 

ValidateAndRoute Itinerary
Figure 1. Itinerary with an Itinerary Service that uses a custom Extender.
 
Itinerary Service Properties
Figure 2. Itinerary Service Properties.
 

 

See Also

For more information see: Creating a Custom Extender for an Orchestration-Based Itinerary Service