See what our customers are already doing with the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP

[This article was contributed by the AppFabric team.] The Windows Azure June CTP has only been released a few days ago, and we already have great samples built by our customers that show how to use the CTP capabilities. Alan Smith has created two webcasts on CloudCasts that show how easy it is to develop…

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Windows Azure AppFabric will be available on the Official Windows Azure Platform Team Blog

[This article was contributed by the AppFabric team.] We are combining all Windows Azure platform related content into one place: the Windows Azure Platform Team Blog at www.WindowsAzureBlog.com. This will be the new destination for all product releases, resources, tools and news around the Windows Azure platform. You can bookmark this new blog location and…

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SQL Azure Blog is moving to the Official Windows Azure Platform Team Blog

[This article was contributed by the SQL Azure team.] In an effort to make it easier for you to stay on top of the latest product releases, resources, tools and news around the Windows Azure platform, today, we’re excited to announce that the SQL Azure blog is moving into what will now be called the ‘Windows…

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Windows Azure AppFabric – Service Bus Access Control Federation and Rule Migration

[This article was contributed by the AppFabric team.] In the Windows Azure AppFabric May 2011 CTP, we released enhancements to Service Bus including the new message-oriented middleware features around Queues and Topics. More details regarding these features can be found here: Introducing the Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus May 2011 CTP. These enhancements will go…

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MSDN Wiki Article: Q&A on Open Data Protocol (Odata)

[This article was contributed by the SQL Azure team.] MSDN has created a Q&A article on Odata (Open Data Protocol). OData applies web technologies such as HTTP, Atom Publishing Protocol (AtomPub) and JSON to provide access to information from a variety of applications, services, and stores. As web development continues to move forward, learning about new…

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Announcing the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP!

[This article was contributed by the AppFabric team.] Today we are excited to announce the release of the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP which includes capabilities that make it easy for developers to build, deploy, manage and monitor multi-tier applications across web, business logic and database tiers as a single logical entity on the Windows…

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Introducing Windows Azure AppFabric Applications

[This article was contributed by the AppFabric team.] Posted by Karandeep Anand   Last October, at the PDC 2010 keynote, we shared our vision of building, running, and managing applications reliably and at scale in Windows Azure. Since then, the team has been heads-down to make the vision a reality, and last month at TechEd…

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Considerations When Building Database Schema with Federations in SQL Azure

[This article was contributed by the SQL Azure team.] Cihan Biyikoglu has written an interesting article on database schema when working with Federations. “With federations, you take parts of your schema and scale it out. With each federation in the root database, a subset of objects are scaled-out. You may create multiple federations because distribution…

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Updates to Windows Azure AppFabric SDK available for download

[This article was contributed by the AppFabric team.] An update to the Windows Azure AppFabric SDK is available for download. The updated SDK introduces fixes to a few bugs related to the Caching service. You can find more details on the bugs it addresses here. If you are not experiencing any of the issues the…

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How To Load WF4 Workflow Services from a Database with IIS/AppFabric

[This article was contributed by the AppFabric team.] Cross Post from Ron Jacobs blog This morning I saw a message post on the .NET 4 Windows Workflow Foundation Forum titled Load XAMLX from database.  I’ve been asked this question many times. How can I store my Workflow Service definitions (xamlx files) in a database with…

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