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  • Blog Post: Pie in the Sky (September 6, 2013)

    Back from vacation this week and trying to catch up on things I missed while out last week. Here's part of my reading list for your weekend enjoyment. Cloud Configuring dynamic IP address restrictions in Windows Azure Web Sites : New feature of IIS8/Windows Azure Web Sites that allows you...
  • Blog Post: Using Memcache to access a Windows Azure Dedicated Cache–Take 2

    Back in October, I wrote a post that showed you how to set up a role as a dedicated cache and then access it using the memcache protocol . The steps involved were many and tedious, and in the post I said that you could expect tooling that made the work much easier. Well, that tooling is here! Now, all...
  • Blog Post: Using Memcache to access a Windows Azure Dedicated Cache

    A few weeks ago, Larry and I wrote a couple of post about how to set up co-located caching using Windows Azure Caching (Preview) and access it from Ruby and PHP: Windows Azure Caching (Preview) and Ruby Cloud Services and PHP, Memcache, and Windows Azure Caching . What we didn’t cover in those...
  • Blog Post: PHP, Memcache, and Windows Azure Caching

    Yesterday, my colleague Larry Franks posted about Windows Azure Caching (Preview) and Ruby Cloud Services . As he points out, most of his post is relevant to any application using Windows Azure Caching , not just Ruby applications. He also pointed out that Windows Azure Caching supports the Memcache...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Caching (Preview) and Ruby Cloud Services

    One of the new features introduced in the spring update to Windows Azure is the ability to use memory in your compute instances for caching. This cache is distributed across all instances of your application, so it scales with your application and data stored in it is available to all your instances...
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