Azure Reference Architecture Explored with Project Riviera

Windows Azure logo bl If you’ve been wanting to see how a multi-tenant architecture works with Windows Azure Platform, you’ll want to see Project Riviera. The project has been released on MSDN and includes source code.

The application shows an architecture completely hosted on Azure with multi-tenancy, extensible business logic and experience, supports various service level agreements (SLAs) for storage, and leverages federated identity and on premise identity.


The application cold sample a customer loyalty program for retail establishment. Many building blocks are applicable to range of line-of-business applications..

The application was built by third party Microsoft partner, Cumulux.

For more information, see Riviera on MSDN.


Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation

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