Jim posted a “how to” / Walkthrough on adding an HTTPS endpoint and setting up the certificate on Windows Azure. The way to do this changed with the November 2009 release.
Today we released several new features for Windows Azure through the Windows Azure Tools and SDK. (Use the direct link while the release propagates) We look forward to discussing these new Windows Azure features, in detail, at PDC ’09. This release add support for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 and VWD Express 2010 Beta 2. What’s…
If you’re going to PDC next week, one of the sessions you don’t want to miss is Jim’s session on tips and tricks for Windows Azure development. It’s a tools focussed session that should have plenty of interesting content no matter what level of experience you have with Windows Azure.
Jim’s put together some new walkthroughs for some of the new features in the July CTP of the Windows Azure Tools + SDK: Working with Multiple Web and Worker Roles Associating an ASP.NET Web Application (including MVC) as a Web Role Have a look, some cool new stuff.
We’ve just released a July CTP of the Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio! (try the direct link to the download while it propogates) What’s New for the July 2009 CTP? Support for developing and deploying services containing multiple web and worker roles. A service may contain zero or more web roles and…
Jim demystifies the CG Web Role project template that is shipped with the Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio.
Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio (includes SDK). If the release is still propagating, try the Direct Link. New for the May 2009 CTP: Support for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 Update for Visual Studio 2008 Improved integration with the Development Fabric and Storage services to improve the reliability of debug and run of Cloud…
Here’s a helpful walkthrough on how to add an https endpoint to a Windows Azure Cloud Service. [Fixed link]
Jim walks you through using the Web Platform Installer to get your pre-reqs (like installing IIS7) for the Windows Azure Tools and SDK using the Web Platform Installer.
Jim’s just posted about Service Packages including how to crack open the single file version of them (diagnostic and debugging purposes only).