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  • Blog Post: Using Azure Queues to schedule work items

    Attached sample shows how to use Azure Storage Queues to schedule processing of an item for a later point in time. It solves a common problem of scaling out a process based on iterating over a collection and processing some items based on time specific properties. Such an iteration, while easy enough...
  • Blog Post: OAuth2 with ADFS and WAAD using C#

    Overview The following summarizes the process of creating an end-to-end OAuth2 sample using ADFS 2.1 (or Windows Azure Active Directory). Web site setup Use the VS.NET 2012 ASP.NET MVC 4 WebAPI project template to setup your server project. Token handling To process the incoming JWT token...
  • Blog Post: Sticky Azure WCF service roles

    In general, sticky connectivity should be avoided when creating Azure-based services. However, there are situations, e.g. migration of a legacy application which relies on stickiness where it would be good to be able to support it. Here is a solution to providing stickiness to WCF services hosted in...
  • Blog Post: Azure: post-deployment updates

    Here are some techniques to dynamically modify a running Azure application. They all rely on using blob storage as source of modification and presume that the application was originally written to use these changes: 1. New/changed Silverlight applications You can store your Silverlight xaps...
  • Blog Post: Dynamic branding for Azure web-roles

    Here is an approach to providing ASP.NET server-side customization data post-deployment in Azure. It is particularly applicable to multi-tenant solutions, where individual users may need to be served pages using different master pages, user controls, html pages, themes, etc. It is also applicable to...
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