Consuming Service Management API from Web/Worker Role – Method 2

You can find this blog, and lot of other interesting articles about Azure on My Team Blog In my previous post about the same topic I mentioned there are multiple ways to enable your Web/Worker Role to consume service management API. Here is one more way where we will be leveraging the power of Azure…

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July Updates for Windows Azure

  There were some great updates to Windows Azure were released earlier today!  Some of them are SQL Databases: Support for Automated SQL Export and a New Premium Tier SQL Database option Traffic Manager: New support for managing Windows Azure Traffic Manager in the HTML Portal AutoScale: Support for Windows Azure Mobile Services, AutoScale rules…

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Consuming Service Management API from Web/Worker Role

Recently on our Team Blog, I posted about using Service Management API from code running in Windows. Reposting it here as well for easier access. My team blog It is not un-common to have the need of enabling your Web Role / Worker Role to consume the Azure Service Management API. Here is a step-by-step…

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Linking a resource to your Cloud Service? What does that mean

Some of the Azure developers/administrator often misunderstand “Linking a resource” to a cloud service. Many times I see people asking, I have linked a SQL Azure DB/Storage to my cloud service, still my data is not getting transferred. Most of you already know what really linking resources mean, but still I felt like giving this…

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More free Microsoft eBooks–Happy Learning!

  Thanks to Microsoft, here are yet another set of free Microsoft eBooks! Visit this post by Eric Ligman http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mssmallbiz/archive/2013/06/18/huge-collection-of-free-microsoft-ebooks-for-you-including-office-office-365-sharepoint-sql-server-system-center-visual-studio-web-development-windows-windows-azure-and-windows-server.aspx   Here you can find previous batch of free eBooks http://blogs.msdn.com/b/asgoyal/archive/2012/08/25/learning-resources-free-microsoft-press-e-books.aspx   Spread the word! Cheers!

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