November 2011 Entries

Using Windows Azure table storage
The Azure Table service, provides a semi-structured storage in the form of tables that contain a collection of entities, these entities have primary keys and set of properties. A property is a name, typed-value pair. Every entity in table storage has two key properties, Partition Key and the Row key which together uniquely identify each entity in the table. The Table Service API is compliant with REST API provided by WCF Data Services. In order to use the WCF Data Services Client Library to access ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 1, 2011 2:40 PM | Comments (14)

Creating a Windows Azure VM Role
I wanted to have a VM that I could access remotely and thought why not take advantage of the VM role. So I just documented my steps, for those of you might be interested, but more importantly for myself, if I have to do this again. the server image that is used for the VM role in windows Azure consists of a base VHD and may or may not have differencing VHD. to create the base VHD you can use Hyper-V Manager. Creating the Base VM image In Hyper-V manager connect to your server , right-click the server ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 1, 2011 8:59 AM | Comments (16)