News on Azure Services has been abuzz at PDC. One of the most impressive elements on the PDC Show floor has been a Windows Azure showcase container. Designed by
and built by Dell, this impressive piece of hardware is a key for our datacenter strategy…
David Gristwood interviews Moe Khosravy about codename "Dallas, a key part of the Azure platform, and finds out more about just what it is, why developers should be interested, and sees some interesting Dallas demos.
Damon Squires, principal architect at
RDA, discusses with
Zhiming Xue where in a typical enterprise solution
AppFabric -- consisting of the Service Bus and the Access Control Service -- may be used, how on-premise data are communicated with these…
Larry Gregory talks with Mike Hoskins of
Pervasive Software Inc.Pervasive Business Exchange is a hosted service for trading busines documents with trading partners. While initially seen as a horizontal solution Larry and Mike
talk about how this could target vertical markets such as…
Warren Wilbee talks with William Barrow, CTO of Axonom Inc. about their use of Microsoft Dynamics CRM to support the needs of
high tech manufacturing vertical solutions.Axonom Inc. supports Microsoft Dynamics both in an on premise and in the cloud deploymentIn addition to…
In this screencast, we'll take a look at monitoring Azure applications by capturing event logs and performance counters. We'll also look at using powershell to deploy and configure applications using the management API.
Finally, we'll take a sneak peek at Azure Diagnostics Manager, a…
In this screencast, I'll show some strategies when working with Azure webroles and handling settings -- particularly connection strings -- in both the ServiceConfiguration and web.config files. Traditionally, we've always used the web.config for all of
our website settings. While we…
In the first screencast, we took a look at getting a simple Azure web application up and running. Now, we'll take a quick look at deploying your Azure web application and how the staging/production environments work.
This is the first screencast in an open-ended and short form series on Windows Azure. In this screencast, we'll take a look at starting a new Azure web project by migrating an existing ASP.NET website.
In January, I spoke at the best of tech-ed and Convergence 2010 conference in Reykjavik, Iceland. The event was a huge success, bringing in one out of every 300 people in Iceland (just under 1200 people total)
While there, I met with Sig (Sigurjon Lydsson - Microsoft) and Jon (Gudmundur Jon…