Today, coinciding with the general availability of the new Windows Azure Management Portal, we have released version 1.3 of the Windows Azure Tools and SDK. The Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio extends Visual Studio 2010 to enable the creation, configuration, building, debugging, running, packaging and deployment of scalable web applications and services on…
Jim talks about the new Windows Azure Storage browser in the Server Explorer that was released with the June 2010 release of the Windows Azure Tools. He talks about what it does as well as some of our thinking when we were building it.
A cool new feature in the June 2010 release of the Windows Azure Tools + SDK is the ability to use IntelliTrace in the Cloud. Check out this post for more information.
We’re pleased to announce the release of the June 2010 Windows Azure Tools + SDK. The Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio extend Visual Studio 2010 and Visual Studio 2008 to enable the creation, configuration, building, debugging, running, packaging and deployment of scalable web applications and services on Windows Azure. New for this release: Visual…
Jim just posted about updates to our wcfazure code gallery page and walks through one of the more common issues with using WCF on Windows Azure – generating proxies.
Learn more about the RoleEntryPoint methods and call order in Windows Azure.
Using NerdDinner as an example, Jim walks through migrating an ASP.NET Web App to Windows Azure taking it from a single instance IIS hosted app to a scalable cloud application that runs on Windows Azure and uses SQL Azure for the data and ASP.NET providers. http://blogs.msdn.com/jnak/archive/2010/02/08/migrating-an-existing-asp-net-app-to-run-on-windows-azure.aspx
Today, coinciding with the general availability of Windows Azure, we have released version 1.1 of the Windows Azure Tools and SDK. This release supports VS 2008 and the upcoming VS 2010 RC. For VS 2010 Beta 2 please use the November 2009 release. New for version 1.1: Windows Azure Drive: Enable a Windows Azure application…
Jim talks about how to correlate the Windows Azure Role instances you see in the Development Fabric to process IDs which in turn is useful for correlating that instances to an instance being debugged.
Interested in uploading certificates in the OS of the VMs that run in the Windows Azure cloud? Jim has written a walkthrough that will explain and guide you through the process.