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  • Blog Post: Creating Azure VM's with the REST API

    There are many ways to create virtual machines in Azure. Of course the Azure Portal is the easiest but it is completely manual. When you have a lot of virtual machines that are part of your solution then you definitely want to script that process. When you script your Azure deployment you can do it with...
  • Blog Post: Presenting at the BizTalk Summit 2012

    As many of you know, the BizTalk Team is putting on a BizTalk Summit. The BizTalk Summit 2012 is a 2 day pre-release event to prepare for the launch of the next version of BizTalk Server. Activities at the summit will include a Keynote by Scott Guthrie, product roadmap, and technical sessions by the...
  • Blog Post: Blob Storage and Shared Access Signatures

    I am working on a project where we are uploading client files to Azure Blob Storage.  Blob storage is perfect for this type of application and uploading them with public access is the default behavior.  Therefore any anonymous client can read blob data out of your container.  This doesn...
  • Blog Post: Integration Patterns utilizing the Windows Azure Service Bus–Part II

    In the previous post I covered the Messaging Channel group of patterns. In this post, I will cover the Message Routing Group patterns. This group contains: Content Based Router, Message Filter, Recipient List, Splitter, Aggregator, Resequencer, Composed Message Processor, Scatter-Gather, Process Manager...
  • Blog Post: Integration Patterns utilizing the Windows Azure Service Bus

    For years we have all utilized Gregor Hohpe’s Enterprise Integration Patterns book (and the web site ).  Many of these patterns, if not most, are well known and there are many resources out there that talk about how these patterns can be implemented.  There are also a number of resources that...
  • Blog Post: Services Hosted in Windows Azure Service Bus

    In my last post , I talked about the BizTalk AppFabric Connect for Services functionality for BizTalk.  As you start to make your services accessible through the cloud you may find that you hit an error when you try to access the endpoint.  You might also find that your endpoint doesn’t show...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk AppFabric Connect For Services

    Last week I spoke at the Twin Cities Connected Systems User Group Meeting.  The title of my presentation was Integration with Windows Azure – Connecting to the Cloud.  During my presentation I talked about ways to expand on-premise applications to the cloud as well as how to connect cloud applications...
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