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  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Diagnostics–From the Ground Up

    (The information in this post was created using Visual Studio 2010 and the Windows Azure SDK 1.6 in April of 2012.  All tests were done in the compute emulator.) I think of Azure diagnostics in two broad categories: the stuff that you get more-or-less for free and the stuff that you log with statements...
  • Blog Post: Go Live Partners Series: Wealth Habit, Inc.

    Angel-funded startup and Bizspark member Wealth Habit ( https://wealthhabit.com/ ) is a Cloud Services company located in Portland, Oregon. Led by CEO James Werner, and CTO Brian Gambs, Wealth Habit provides enterprise-level B2B financial services. It adds value by reducing or removing financial stress...
  • Blog Post: Installing Windows Features in a Windows Azure Role Instance

    In this posting I’ll talk about my experiences and final solution to what is usually a simple thing with a Windows Server box: installing Windows features. If your Azure solution requires a Windows Feature, you might be tempted to set up a VHD and then upload to a VM Role. While this will...
  • Blog Post: Automating Blob Uploads

    In my travels I hear about a lot of patterns of cloud computing.  One that I hear frequently is “upload a file and process it”.  This file could be financial data, pictures, video, electric meter readings, and lots more.  It’s so common, and yet when I Bing (yes, Bing ) for blob uploaders...
  • Blog Post: Accommodating Your Batch Window in Windows Azure

    Certain functions of a system need to run once per day in a typical “batch window” scenario. You might already be aware that Azure compute is paid by the CPU-hour.  If you’re occupying the CPU, whether or not actively using it, you’re still paying for it.  You occupy the CPU ‘slot’ by having...
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