Azure: ARRAffinity makes affinity cookies!

Sources: Disabling ARR’s Instance Affinity in Windows Azure Web Sites How to get rid of the ARRAffinity cookie with websites? (Has config file, seriously read it and weep.) Affinity Cookies sound delicious, maybe turkey bacon with chocolate or something.  But no, Affinity Cookies are used to aid people who need to stay with a certain…

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Azure: Dreamspark Azure, decent offering by Microsoft

Hey I have been checking out this Dreamspark Azure offer, and not sure how it compares to the other companies, but it’s cool.  There is no credit card, no your webapp doesn’t work some weird reason.  It isn’t much, but since you can keep for as long as you want, consider using it to demonstrate your…

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Azure: How to Auto-Scale your Web Apps (Web Sites)

Source MVA: http://bit.ly/laparoundazurewebsites Articles: · Scale a Web App (Web Site) in Azure App Service · Azure AutoScale · Previous Blog Overview: You have been implementing your work assignment (see: Problem Statement). After talking to your boss, you find out what the expected usage will be.. Currently you have just one website deployed which uses the Free…

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Azure and Visual Studio: Changes to the Server Explorer appearance

    Overview As long term users of Visual Studio one learns that the documentation doesn’t always match the appearance of the Visual Studio IDE, and the components in the Visual Studio IDE.  But sometimes it can be confusing. To see how the server explorer has changed see the link: http://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/articles/app-service-changes-existing-services/, that article explains the changes. …

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Windows 10, Redis and NoSQL

If you want to get started with Redis, a form of NoSQL as you begin to adapt to WIndows check out the MVA presented by Steven Edouard and Rami Sayar @ramisayar. Go to this link immediately: http://bit.ly/redisquickstart Why? It is useful to get to know the cloud and the related technologies as you also plan…

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Azure: Critical comments about MVAs when learning about VMs Part 1

Critical Comments about the MVAs The Microsoft Virtual Academy courses are a great way to get up to speed in new technologies.  And Azure is certainly one of these new fangled technologies.  And if you want to get started using Azure, you will waste no time when learning with the MVAs, although MVAs do take…

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Error ID: 40650, Cannot move or create server. Subscription <id> will exceed server quota.

Yep, you look at this and ask yourself, why?  You search the web for a solution.  Nothing seems to come up.  You are desperate enough to maybe reach out to someone for help.  And they don’t know either. Here is the solution, it’s simple otherwise I wouldn’t be able to figure it out. 1. It’s…

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Salesforce and Microsoft! What the HECK is going on

What’s next, lions and lambs laying together?  Is this the end of the world?  Nope, seriously it’s time to check out Salesforce.com and sign up for a developer account.  Now this isn’t to say that the two clouds are not in completion, Azure versus Heroku, but ignoring that, my attitude is that apps is what…

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Azure: QuickStarts, Get started with designing cloud based apps

If you want to prove to yourself that an MSDN subscription is worth the money, then there is no better way than to use the Free Azure Subscription process at Azure.Microsoft.com and get signed up.  At the end of the 30 days, I think you will be pretty certain that the money spend on an…

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Getting started with Azure, Don’t Panic

The Microsoft Cloud is AWESOME!  But how do you get started in figuring out how to get started.  This has been a big question for me, like Douglas Adam, the Author of “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” says about space: “Space…is big”, this also applies to Azure.  And since we aren’t worried about a galactic…

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