Jenkins on Windows Azure, the missing manual

When Geeks are talking about Jenkins, they may not mean Katherine Jenkins    More likely, they are talking about Jenkins CI, a continuous integration technology which enables software projects to be complied and tested in a non-stopping fashion. Continuous integration avoids long and erroneous merging for large software projects. Jenkins can be installed on Windows, however,…

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How to get started to use Azure CLI (node.js) to manage Windows Azure Services?

Windows Azure CLI (Command Line Interface) provides two sets of interfaces. The first set is written in Powershell, which is targeted for developers of Windows operating system. The second set is written in node.js which is primarily for developers using Mac/Linux. However, node version is not banned to be used on Windows, so here the…

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Hosting non-.NET language application on Azure using ProgramEntryPoint

Windows Azure Worker Role is designed to supports non-.NET programming language, such as Java, PHP, Ruby or Node. In addition to the functions of the operating system, Windows Azure Worker Role also exposes the environment of machine to the application via named pipes. However, the non-.NET application needs to be specified in ProgramEntryPoint of the…

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Hosting Java projects on Windows Azure using AzureRunMe

AzureRunMe is an awesome tool written by Rob Blackwell from two10degree. Thousands of machines are powered by AzureRunMe. Today, I had the privilege to play with it. Here are the steps to start using AzureRunMe.  1. Create your Java project.  For experimenting purpose, I have created a HelloWorld Java program. To leave a record of whether the program has been…

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