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Tag Archives: Azure
This is the first entry in what will be an ongoing series of posts related to various components and service offerings within Microsoft Azure. The landscape of cloud computing is immense and can be overwhelming to those unfamiliar with the … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again. Mark Saturday, April 27, 2019 on your calendars and register to attend a Global Azure Bootcamp event near you. As of this post, there are 119 confirmed locations hosting events worldwide. If you have an afternoon … Continue reading
I will be speaking at the Richmond Code Camp on Saturday, October 6, 2012. The event is taking place on the campus of University of Richmond and you can find all of the details for the event here. My presentation … Continue reading
Microsoft unveiled a major release of Windows Azure on Thursday, June 7 at the “Meet Windows Azure” event. Windows Azure has been out for quite some time, but some in the industry are describing this as Windows Azure 2.0. The amount of new functionality is really impressive and is the culmination of more than a year of work. If you were unable to attend, the full event was recorded which can be seen at http://www.meetwindowsazure.com/Conversations.
If you do not already have an account to access Windows Azure, you can sign up for a free 90-day preview at http://www.windowsazure.com/.
Once you obtain an account or if you already have a Windows Azure account, open up the Management Portal and select “Preview Portal” from the menu on the bottom of the page. This will allow you to toggle between the new portal and the current portal while the new features are fully enabled.
I’m still digging through the new features and digesting all the possibilities, but I really like what I see so far.
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Picking up where we left off in the Service Bus Introduction, this post will walk through a Relayed Messaging sample in order to highlight how the AppFabric Service Bus could be utilized to build Hybrid applications. In addition to the basic sample, I will also demonstrate how to provision a BizTalk Server 2010 Receive Location on the Service Bus.
Before I publish the next post on Relayed Messaging, I thought I would take this opportunity to share some lessons learned yesterday about the AppFabric Service Bus billing.
I recently had the honor of delivering a presentation entitled “Build Hybrid Applications Using the Azure AppFabric Service Bus” at the Richmond and Philly.NET Code Camps. Virtually no one in either of the sessions had any previous experience with Windows Azure or the components of the AppFabric. In this series of blog posts, I will expand upon the presentation in an effort to introduce the AppFabric and take a deeper dive into the code and practical application of the Service Bus messaging patterns.