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Uploading large files to Windows Azure Blob Storage using Python
In my last post, I shown some simple examples of uploading files to Blob Storage directly from the Linux command-line using the Windows Azure Python SDK. There is a limitation with this simple method: you cannot upload file larger than 64 MB without using a block-based upload approach, that will let...
20 Apr 2013
How to interact with Windows Azure Blob Storage from Linux using Python
We have many Windows Azure SDKs that you can use on Linux to access Windows Azure Blob Storage and upload or download files, all hosted on GitHub . For example, you could write scripts in Python or Node.JS to upload files to Blob storage. If you just want to interact with Windows Azure Storage from the...
17 Apr 2013
Analyzing page view logs using Pig on Windows Azure HDInsight
In this article, I would like to take you through the steps to run your first Pig script on a significant dataset, using the new public preview of Windows Azure HDInsight , our distribution of Apache Hadoop made available as a service in the Cloud. The Dataset First, let's discuss the dataset: I think...
16 Apr 2013
How to use the Windows Azure Service Management API from cURL to create Virtual Machines
Recently a partner asked me for some simples examples of using the Windows Azure Management API from that most universal Swiss army knife of HTTP debug tools, namely the infamous cURL. Specifically, he was looking for an example of how to create a Linux machine from the command line using just cURL....
29 Nov 2012
Deploying Ruby on Rails and MongoDB in Windows Azure using the Linux Command-Line Tools (Part 2)
In this second part, we are going to install MongoDB on a separate server, and get our Ruby on Rails talking to it! I am going to use the second VM we created in the previous post , as a reminder we used a command like this: $ azure vm create testruby "CANONICAL__Canonical-Ubuntu-12-04-amd64-server...
12 Nov 2012
Deploying Ruby on Rails in Windows Azure using the Linux Command-Line Tools (Part 1)
In this blog post in two parts, I will show you how to deploy a set of Linux Virtual Machines running in Windows Azure, running the Ruby on Rails stack with a MongoDB back-end. The challenge is to do it without ever touching a Windows client machine, and using only the Linux command-line tools. Let's...
16 Oct 2012
Running Redis on a CentOS Linux VM in Windows Azure
With the new version of the Windows Azure platform we announced on June 7th , it is now possible to create and run persistent virtual machines, with an extended choice of operating systems, including now several Linux distributions (Ubuntu, CentOS and SUSE). These virtual machines (Linux or Windows)...
8 Jun 2012
Deploying the Java sample app to Windows Azure using the Starter Kit & Eclipse Plugin
In a previous post , I have presented a little sample Java web application I have written to demonstrate how you can use Windows Azure Platform resources from a Java web application. It’s a simple starting point that includes the basic building blocks like the Windows Azure Java SDK , the SQL Azure JDBC...
20 Jun 2011
Running the Windows Azure Cmdlets with SDK 1.4
The Windows Azure Management Cmdlets are very useful to manage your hosted services from a PowerShell command-line, and they have recently been upgraded for SDK 1.3... Unfortunately not yet for SDK 1.4. They work fine though, all you have to do is to fix the dependency checker scripts. Once you have...
6 Apr 2011
Ruby Worker Role code sample
I have posted the Visual Studio solution for the basic Ruby Worker Role that I described in my previous post . It is up on code.msdn.com: Basic Windows Azure Worker Role on code.msdn.com The solution containg everything, including the binaries for the Ruby interpreter, curl, etc., so it is ready...
31 Mar 2011
Deploying Ruby in Windows Azure
You probably know already that the Windows Azure Platform supports many types of technologies; we often mention Java or PHP in that regard, but today I would like to show you how to deploy a basic Ruby application in Windows Azure . This will also give us the opportunity to see a few utilities and tips...
24 Mar 2011
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