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Create Connected Business Applications with Windows Azure Websites

1 hour, 2 minutes, 42 seconds


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In this session we will explore Windows Azure Websites to create business applications that leverage corporate credentials to connect to your on-premises data. We will use the Windows Azure Service Bus for delivering reliable messages between your SSL-secured Web Site hosted in Windows Azure and your enterprise. You will also learn how to add authentication support to your Web Site powered by Windows Azure Active Directory to enable single sign-on and integration with Office 365.
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  •  The best demo I've seen at the conference so far.  Well done. 

  • john nystromjohn nystrom

    In your demo, where you are publishing the random order, you talk about serializing the order to json, but that is never used. I did see the queuing code you removed referenced the json variable...so also old code? I ask because you talk about that code as it is needed for the service bus publishing to work.

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