Archive of ‘Windows Azure’ category

Windows Azure–Security essentials

  This post discusses about Security essentials which technical decision maker should know in-order to protect customers applications and data in Windows Azure platform. Instead you building the server racks and datacenters, Cloud takes your traditional data centers from you and run on their premises which greatly reduces the cost and maintenance. Cloud runs as […]

Deploying Windows Azure Application Part2

  In my previous post I have discussed about creating the service accounts which required to create to deploy the windows azure application. This post discusses the second step which is deploying the application management portal. Windows Azure tools for visual studio allows you to create and deploy the service package to Windows Azure using […]

WCF Services in Windows Azure

  What is Windows Azure? Windows Azure provides developers computation power storage and can scale web applications on internet through Microsoft Datacenters. Developers can use Azure platform to build WCF service application using their existing Visual Studio 2010 expertise. Windows Azure supports the protocols and formats including SOAP, REST and XML. This post discuss about […]

Configuring Session Support Using the Azure

  In-memory session support is un-suitable in Azure Fabric environment. There is a possibility in windows azure where you can host a web role on multiple machines inside the fabric. AspProviders project which I explained in earlier post uses BLOB storage to store session itself. This post explains about configuring the ASP.NET application to use […]

Using the Azure ASP.NET Providers with ASP.NET Applications

  My previous post explained that changes that are necessary to run an existing ASP.NET application in the Windows Azure environment. This post explains about using Azure ASP.NET membership and role providers in ASP.NET web application. 1. Download the code providers for Azure from the MSDN Code Gallery. Add the downloaded project to your […]