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  • Blog Post: Announcing The End of The Free Promotional Period for Windows Azure AppFabric Caching

    For the past few months, we have offered the Windows Azure AppFabric Caching service free of charge for the promotional period that ends July 31, 2011. For all billing periods beginning on August 1, 2011 onward, we will begin charging at the following standard monthly rates: $45.00 for a 128MB cache...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Windows Azure AppFabric July release

    Today we are excited to announce several updates and enhancements made to the Windows Azure AppFabric Management Portal and the Access Control service. Management Portal Localization As announced on the Windows Azure blog: Windows Azure Platform Management Portal Updates Now Available , the...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure AppFabric will be available on the Official Windows Azure Platform Team Blog

    We are combining all Windows Azure platform related content into one place: the Windows Azure Platform Team Blog at www.WindowsAzureBlog.com . This will be the new destination for all product releases, resources, tools and news around the Windows Azure platform. You can bookmark this new blog location...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure AppFabric – Service Bus Access Control Federation and Rule Migration

    In the Windows Azure AppFabric May 2011 CTP, we released enhancements to Service Bus including the new message-oriented middleware features around Queues and Topics. More details regarding these features can be found here: Introducing the Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus May 2011 CTP . These enhancements...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP!

    Today we are excited to announce the release of the Windows Azure AppFabric June CTP which includes capabilities that make it easy for developers to build, deploy, manage and monitor multi-tier applications across web, business logic and database tiers as a single logical entity on the Windows Azure...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Windows Azure AppFabric Applications

    Posted by Karandeep Anand Last October, at the PDC 2010 keynote, we shared our vision of building, running, and managing applications reliably and at scale in Windows Azure. Since then, the team has been heads-down to make the vision a reality, and last month at TechEd 2011, we announced that we’ll...
  • Blog Post: Updates to Windows Azure AppFabric SDK available for download

    An update to the Windows Azure AppFabric SDK is available for download. The updated SDK introduces fixes to a few bugs related to the Caching service. You can find more details on the bugs it addresses here . If you are not experiencing any of the issues the updated SDK solves there is no need to...
  • Blog Post: Announcing WCF Express Interop Bindings

    Today, we are pleased to further simplify the WS-* interop challenge by providing the WCF Express Interop Bindings Extension for Visual Studio 2010, launched at wcf.codeplex.com. This new extension enables WCF developers to avoid much of the formerly needed guesswork to configure a WCF service to connect...
  • Blog Post: Updated IP addresses for AppFabric Data Centers

    Today (6/10/2010) the Windows Azure AppFabric has updated the IP ranges on which the AppFabric nodes are hosted. If your firewall restricts outbound traffic, you will need to perform the additional step of opening your outbound TCP ports and IP addresses for these nodes. Please see the 1/28/2010 “...
  • Blog Post: AppFabric Service Bus on NuGet and CodePlex

    Today, the Service Bus team is happy to announce a couple of initiatives to make it even easier to get started learning and using the Service Bus: the AppFabric Service Bus NuGet Package and the Service Bus Samples CodePlex Site . Both our Samples and SDK are still available as a download from MSDN ...
  • Blog Post: Recap of TechEd North America

    Last week at the TechEd North America conference we made some exciting announcements regarding the Windows Azure AppFabric May CTP and the upcoming June CTP . Following are several resource that can help you learn more about these announcements and the related technologies. Press coverage: ...
  • Blog Post: Fraud Prevention Measure for New Windows Azure Platform Accounts

    As a fraud prevention measure, we have recently implemented a verification process for newly purchased Windows Azure platform accounts. When a new customer first logs on to the Windows Azure platform developer portal, the customer must provide us with a cell phone number where we then send a 4-digit...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Windows Azure AppFabric CTP May and June Releases

    Today at the TechEd conference we announced that we have released enhancements to Service Bus as part of the Windows Azure AppFabric CTP May release, and the upcoming release of the AppFabric Developer Tools and Application Manager as part of the Windows Azure AppFabric CTP June release. Service Bus...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the Windows Azure AppFabric Service Bus May 2011 CTP

    A lot of partners and customers we talk to are telling us that they think of Service Bus as one of the key differentiators of the Windows Azure platform because it enables customers to build and interconnect applications that reflect the reality of where things stand with regard to moving workloads to...
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