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Two Great AppFabric Resources
If you want to get up to speed on Azure AppFabric brokered messaging there are a couple of resources you should check out. SB CTP Messaging User Guide This is a 30 page word document put together by the AppFabric dev team. It’s a great read to get an introduction to Queues, Topics and Subscriptions. If you are working in the AppFabric Labs environment using the May or June CTP the code will work fine. There have been significant changes in the API in the September 2011 release, so don’t expect any ......

Posted On Friday, September 23, 2011 1:54 PM

Windows Azure Storage Session at Sweden Windows Azure Group (SWAG) in Stockholm Next Week
Windows Azure Storage med Björn Eriksen. Thursday, September 29, 2011 from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM Windows Azure Storage är en tjänst i Windows Azure som rör olika typer av lagring. Blobs, Queues, Tables och är begrepp som många garanterat känner till, och säkert har en uppfattning om hur de ska bete sig, men finns det mer än det som syns på ytan? Utvecklare är vana att jobba med filsystem, databaser och köhanterare så varför skapa en ny modell? Skalbarhet och pålitlighet är det korta svaret! Register ......

Posted On Thursday, September 22, 2011 4:05 PM

Another AppFabric Walkthrough - Introducing Topics and Subscriptions
I’ve added a third walkthrough to the AppFabric Walkthrough series. “The following walkthrough will show how topics and subscriptions can be used to implement a simple publish-subscribe messaging channel. The next walkthrough will build on this sample and explore the use of filters on subscriptions.” Introducing Topics and Subscriptions The other two walkthroughs are here. Simple Brokered Messaging Creating a Simple Queue Management Tool At present there are no charges for using the new brokered ......

Posted On Thursday, September 22, 2011 12:12 AM

AppFabric Walkthrough: Creating a Simple Queue Management Tool
I’ve added a second AppFabric Walkthrough based on the Azure AppFabric Service Bus September 2011 release. The second one looks at using the NamespaceManager class to create, list, get and delete queues in an AppFabric service bus namespace using a simple C# console application. Feel free to expand on this scenario to create more sophisticated management consoles. As with the first walkthrough there have been a lot of changes in the classes used to interact with the service bus, so don’t expect this ......

Posted On Monday, September 19, 2011 9:54 AM

AppFabric Walkthrough: Simple Brokered Messaging
I’ve published a basic walkthrough of using the new brokered messaging capabilities in the Azure AppFabric service bus September 2011 release. If you have not used queues in AppFabric before this will get you started with a basic application that you can build upon. If you have used queues in the May or June CTP releases then this walkthrough will be useful to highlight the changes in the management portal and service bus API. (Quite a lot has changed, for the better, but I have a lot of rework to ......

Posted On Friday, September 16, 2011 11:40 PM

Windows Azure AppFabric SDK V1.5 September 2011 – Brokered Messaging is Live!
The Azure AppFabric Service Bus Brokered Messaging functionality has shipped to production, and is available in Azure data centers across the world. This means that we now have point-to-point queuing and publish-subscribe messaging available in the cloud in the form of Queues, Topics and Subscriptions. Be aware that there are substantial changes in the classes in the Microsoft.ServiceBus.Messaging namespace, which means I will have to re-record webcasts and repost blog posts. I’ve spent quite a bit ......

Posted On Thursday, September 15, 2011 2:25 AM

AppFabric Access Control Service Webcast - Using Social Identity Providers
I’ve started to take a look at the Azure AppFabric Access Control Service (ACS), and have started an ACS sectionon Cloud Casts. The first webcast looks at using social identity providers to provide authentication for websites. I’m going to focus on ACS for a bit and wait for the AppFabric messaging capabilities to be released before returning to them and looking in more detail. I have a few webcasts on AppFabric messaging here ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 13, 2011 7:24 AM

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