2011년 7월 8일 금요일 오후 9:03
I'm trying to figure out the cost. If I have, on Azure storage, a silverlight (xap) file and other image files that xap accesses per user request. Will I still get charged if XAP accesses image file even though they both are in Azure storage?
2011년 7월 8일 금요일 오후 9:15
Yes. Bandwidth is charged when data enters or leaves the data center. In the case of a Silverlight app (which runs in a user's browser), if it pulls down an image, that means there's traffic leaving the data center (requested by the browser). So bandwidth charges apply.
The situation where bandwidth is not charged is when the traffic is between code running in Windows Azure and storage.
2011년 7월 8일 금요일 오후 9:19
Network traffic inside Azure will NOT be charged, but for network traffic inbound and outbound you will be charged - here this is written:
Data transfers measured in GB (transmissions to and from the Windows Azure datacenter): Data transfers are charged based on the total amount of data going in and out of the Azure services via the internet in a given billing period. Data transfers within a sub region are free
For getting a feeling of pricing, please check the pricing calculator which I think does a good job, have a look here.
2011년 7월 11일 월요일 오전 1:18Oh, and note that ingress (bandwidth coming in to the data center) is now free, as of July 1st.
2012년 4월 15일 일요일 오후 3:03
Hello, every one, for your question my aspect that it is not necessary to count the silverlight (xap) file as image file, these two are different between them and they have no relation. If you want to count image file through the image control is in Library of .NET 4.0.
For your information : " http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.web.ui.webcontrols.image.aspx#introduction "
Leonidas Fengos Object Oriented Programmer in .NET Framework
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