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  • Blog Post: Custom logging with Windows Azure web sites

    One of the features of Windows Azure Web Sites is the ability to stream logging information to the console on your development box. Both the Command-Line Tools and PowerShell bits for Windows Azure support this using the following commands: Command-Line Tools azure site log tail PowerShell ...
  • Blog Post: Azure Vault Storage in HDInsight: A Robust and Low Cost Storage Solution

    UPDATE: Windows Azure HDInsight has shipped. Azure Storage Vault (ASV) is now just blob storage. Note the following changes in the syntax used to access data in blob storage: The asv:// syntax is being deprecated for wasb:// (WASB = Windows Azure Storage – BLOB service) Both the asv:/...
  • Blog Post: Pie in the Sky (January 25, 2013)

    After a very mild fall and early winter, it's finally turned off very cold here. Hopefully you're keeping warm this weekend! Here's a few links for your weekend reading: TypeScript 0.8.2 : A new preview is out. Read more about the new version in the link. Node v0.8.18 : Another week, another...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Command-line Tools for Mac and Linux, Version 0.6.7 is Available

    A new version of the Windows Azure Command-line Tools for Mac and Linux has been released. This version adds some useful commands for working with Windows Azure Web Sites, specifically setting app settings and working with GitHub and the server side repository. App Settings App settings is a feature...
  • Blog Post: How to use MongoDB from PHP in Windows Azure Web Sites

    Earlier today, MongoLab announced the availability of MongoDB as a service on Windows Azure: MongoLab on Windows Azure . From my point of view this is great as it now makes it easy to use 3 of my favorite technologies in concert: Windows Azure Web Sites, PHP, and MongoDB. So, I’m wasting no time...
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