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I have blogged about Cross platform Windows Azure command line tooling. This is free open source tooling available for developers wishing to use commands to either automate or simplify their build processes. You can see my post here http://blogs.msdn.com/b/afr... This is an introductory post aimed at getting started. Hopefully a more meaty post will follow. Technorati Tags: Windows Azure,node.js,CLI,open ...
If you are into Windows Azure then it would be rather demeaning to ask if you are aware of Windows Azure App Fabric. Just in case you are not - Windows Azure App Fabric provides a secure connectivity service by means of which developers can build distributed applications as well as services that work across network and organizational boundaries in the cloud. But some of you may have heard of another similar term floating around forums and blog posts - Windows Server App Fabric. The momentary déjà ...
The process to add an HTTPS endpoint is a 3 step process. Configure the endpoint Upload the certificate to the Cloud Configure the SSL certificate (and then point the endpoint to that certificate) Reference – http://blogs.msdn.com/jnak/... - Ritesh Technorati Tags: Ritesh,Windows Azure,Endpoints,https ...
Technorati Tags: windows azure,roles,stuck,initializ... If you have worked on Windows Azure you are bound to have faced this gnawing and dreaded issue – Your Web/Worker role goes from ‘initializing’ to ‘busy’ to ‘stopping’ but refuses to get ‘ready’. For those of us who have resorted to merciless desktop vandalism over this, there is still hope. In his post MSFT’s Toddy Mladenov summarizes few plausible reasons for this - 1. Missing runtime dependencies (DLLs) 2. Incorrect platform ...
Folks, Azure goes out of CTP this 1st of Feb. Remember to make good use of the Azure Introductory Special offers. For the MSDN subscribing crowd its even sweeter. The benefits are listed below. MSDN Subscriber Benefits: Technorati Tags: Windows Azure,Azure account,SQL Azure,Appfabric Windows Azure Platform offer Introductory MSDN Premium offer Ongoing MSDN Subscription Benefits Windows Azure Compute hours per month 750 hours 250 100 50 Storage 10 GB 7.5 GB 5 GB 3 GB Transactions per month 1,000,000 ...
Though some of you that were on the fence or have not year head about the MSDN Dev Con, are now more interested in coming out. It’s a tiny price compared to PDC and is coming to a city near you! A good group of local celebrities will be presenting along side proven Microsoft experts at the Orlando event. I will be in the attendance and around any community areas. And any social after event :) Bayer White (Jacksonville), Joe Homnick (Boca Raton), Christopher Bennage (Tallahassee), Rob Eisenberg (Tallahassee) ...
Another email to share with you, “A Platform for the Next Technology Revolution” : During the past decade, a dramatic transformation in the world of information technology has been taking shape. It's a transformation that will change the way we experience the world and share our experiences with others. It's a transformation in which the barriers between technologies will fall away so we can connect to people and information no matter where we are. It's a transformation where new innovations will ...
Eugene has all the lowdown for getting and using the brand new VSTS2010 VPC. Check out the info here Also my good friend Martin at TeamPrise just announced a brand new product called the Remote Accelerator. I’ve beta tested it and it’s really cool. All the info here Wish I was at PDC… Lots of good stuff on Windows Azure also. You can find a lot here Cheers, ET Technorati Tags: VSTS2010,TeamPrise Remote Accelerator,Windows Azure ...