Getting SSL certificates to work

There are a number of useful informational articles out on the web on how to deal with SSL Certificates with Windows Azure.  The first few places to start are: http://blogs.msdn.com/davethompson/archive/2009/11/24/add-ssl-security-to-your-azure-webrole.aspx http://blogs.msdn.com/jnak/archive/2009/12/01/how-to-add-an-https-endpoint-to-a-windows-azure-cloud-service.aspx http://blogs.msdn.com/davethompson/archive/2009/11/24/add-ssl-security-to-your-azure-webrole.aspx There may be times, depending on the certificate you are trying to use that these steps won’t be enough.  You may see an…


There is not enough space on the disk

This issue was originally posted here, but I wanted to bring it to the this blog as well so it is being cross-posted here. Problem There may be some times where you will see this message when developing an application for Windows Azure.  The message will look like: There is not enough space on the…


Contacting Azure Dev Support

We are unable to give everyone’s individual problems attention as we only have so much time a day to dedicate to this blog.  So if you have a problem that needs to be investigated, please go through the official Microsoft channels to get help.  You can get help at http://support.microsoft.com and one of us will…


Comment Guidelines for this Blog

As the community participates in the Azure Dev Support blog, I want to offer some guidelines on how I handle comments in general.  My primary goal is for this to be a place for open discussion about Azure, so I don’t want to have lots of overhead and process. I love comments and look forward…


Welcome to the Azure Dev Support Blog!

This blog is dedicated to all things Azure.  We are the support team here at Microsoft that are working with Azure.  Things you can expect to see are are posts on: Windows Azure SQL Azure AppFabric We look forward to interacting with everyone and helping make Azure a success.