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  • Blog Post: Resources and Guidelines for Deploying SharePoint on Windows Azure Virtual Machines

    Recently, I’m getting lots of requests regarding to SharePoint deployments on Windows Azure Virtual Machines and I decided to share to the point resources and guidelines for deploying Windows Server Active Directory SharePoint Server 2013 / 2010 SQL Server 2012 including High-Availability. Windows Server...
  • Blog Post: Hand-Made Windows Azure Resources - http://aka.ms/WAResources

    I’m traveling and delivering lots of events nowadays and presenting the resources and contents that I’ve created to help people during their journey to the cloud. Everybody likes different style during the learning process and I’ve created different types of resources that you can reach and use quickly...
  • Blog Post: It’s time for MEA Cloud Camp, experience Windows Azure on 10th October

          Windows Azure is an open and flexible cloud platform running on Microsoft-managed datacenters. You can build applications and services using any language, tool or framework with features and services provided by platform. Now, It’s your time to experience Windows Azure, powerful...
  • Blog Post: SQL Saturday Istanbul Strikes Back for the 3rd Time on 5th October 2013

      I’m really excited to announce SQL Pass Turkey Chapter (I’m proud to be in the leader team) is organizing 3rd SQL Saturday Community Event in Istanbul. SQL Saturday #258 will be held on 5th October at Microsoft Office. This time we also have a fully dedicated Windows Azure track as well.  ...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Learning Poster

    I want to announce that Windows Azure Learning Poster is ready and available.   Windows Azure Learning Poster is an ultimate guide for your onboarding references on different Windows Azure topics. Document contains structured Windows Azure topics detailed with references and extra material. I’m...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure: From Zero to Hero Online Series

    We’re starting a new online training series following Windows Azure Learning Poster ( http://aka.ms/WALearningPoster ). Every week we’ll continue one step forward and enlighten the road to Windows Azure mastery. You can name the series as “Windows Azure: From Zero to Hero” targeting to help ISVs/CSVs...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Training Kit April 2013 Released!

    Windows Azure Training Kit is a great resource for Windows Azure for everyone and I’m happy to announce the release of Windows Azure Training Kit April 2013.   WATK includes a very broad range of Windows Azure resources to help you how to use Windows Azure and it’s obviously one of the first resources...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server in Windows Azure Virtual Machines, Best Practices for GA

    Windows Azure Infrastructure Services status become General Availability on 16th April. You can read more on my previous blog entry .   In this entry, I’ll share you some resources for deploying SQL Server in Windows Azure Virtual Machines. With GA announcement now you have the option to use pre...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure goes to next level: General Availability of Infrastructure Services

    16th of April was a major milestone for Windows Azure, customers and partners. I’m excited to announce the General Availability of Windows Azure Infrastructure Services including Virtual Machines and Virtual Network.   Now, Windows Azure natively supports all kind of cloud service models including...
  • Blog Post: WAMSA : Windows Azure Mobile Services Academy starts @ 24th April

    I want to announce you that WAMSA (Windows Azure Mobile Services Academy) is starting by next week.   WAMSA consists of three sequential LiveMeeting sessions in English (there is also another parallel WAMSA track in Turkish - http://aka.ms/kb50je ) covering all detailed information about Windows...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Mobile Services Resources – v1 March 2013

      This blog post contains all kind of resources for Windows Azure Mobile Services. Windows Azure Mobile Services is state of the art cloud backend for all kind of applications. If you want to read about Windows Azure Mobile Services please check my previous blog post: Windows Azure Mobile Services...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Mobile Services - State of the Art Cloud Backend for All of Your Applications

      Windows Azure Mobile Services is state of the art cloud backend for all kind of applications.   Today, I’m really excited to announce that Windows Azure Mobile Services now supports any applications. Windows Azure Mobile Services is running on Node.js and Windows Azure SQL Database. You can...
  • Blog Post: Tip: Error deleting VHD: There is currently a lease on the blob and no lease ID was specified in the request

      If you encounter with this error while trying to delete a storage account most probably you’ve created a Windows Azure Virtual Machines and removed it.   When you create a Virtual Machine in Windows Azure, a bootable Virtual OS DISK has been created and attached to your Virtual Machine automatically...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Free Offers

      I think best way to learn something is to try it. Cloud computing and Windows Azure doesn’t need to learn lots of things. It’s pretty easy and I think you’ll see this if you start trying it. When it comes to try it, I think most of the people doesn’t have any clue about Windows Azure Free Offers...
  • Blog Post: Secure Your Windows Azure SQL Database

      Securing your data is important and you have lots of options in Windows Azure SQL Database according to your needs.   If you read my previous article Windows Azure SQL Database - How to create Windows Azure SQL Database you know basics of creating your Windows Azure SQL Database. In this...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SQL Database Security Scenarios and Tips

      I’ve summarized Windows Azure SQL Database security topic in my previous post Secure Your Windows Azure SQL Database .   In this article, I’ll show you interesting scenarios that you can use with your applications or services. I’ll share you how you can apply the following scenarios. 1. Read...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SQL Database : How to manage your firewall rules using Windows Azure SQL Database Management API (REST)

      In addition to Windows Azure Management Portal , SQL Commands or PowerShell you can also manage your Windows Azure SQL Database using SQL Database Management  REST API. In this article I’ll show you how to connect, authorize and execute REST API commands from your applications. First of all...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SQL Database : How to manage your firewall rules using Windows Azure Management Portal

      It’s pretty easy to manage Windows Azure SQL Database firewall rules. In this article I’ll summarize the required steps to add firewall exceptions for your Windows Azure SQL Database. You can add new firewall rules in 7 easy steps.   For a general overview of securing your Windows Azure SQL...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SQL Database : How to manage your firewall rules using PowerShell

      Generally, developers like to use their own applications to create automated or scheduled tasks and system admins like scripts. PowerShell offers a very good scripting and development experience and is really cool for everyone. It is really easy to use PowerShell to manage your Windows Azure Subscription...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SQL Database : How to manage your firewall rules using SQL Commands

      You can manage your Windows Azure SQL Database firewall rules using SQL Commands. For a general overview of securing your Windows Azure SQL Database please check my previous article : Secure Your Windows Azure SQL Database . There are two types of Windows Azure SQL Database firewall rules 1. Server...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SQL Database : How to create Windows Azure SQL Database

      Windows Azure SQL Database is a full featured relational database-as-a-service offering formerly known as SQL Azure. You can attach more than one subscription with your Microsoft Account and every subscriptions can have more then one Windows Azure SQL Servers and every Windows Azure SQL Server...
  • Blog Post: Manage your Windows Azure with PowerShell

      Recently, I’m getting a lot of questions about automated scripting capabilities of Windows Azure. Although you can manage your cloud services with Windows Azure Management Portal a lot of scenarios may benefit from advanced scripting features to save time. Actually it’s really easy to start managing...
  • Blog Post: MEA Windows Azure Champ Call #6 Windows Azure SQL Database

      Hi Champs,   Today, in our weekly champ call we’ve talked about Windows Azure SQL Database. As you know Windows Azure SQL Database is a full featured relational database-as-a-service offering formerly known as SQL Azure. In our call, we’ve talked about Features of SQL Database How to create...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Conf is Next Week

          A very good  opportunity to increase your Windows Azure knowledge, on November 14 attend  to the free Windows Azure Conf Event.   What is Windows Azure Conf : It's a Windows Azure Community Event On November 14, 2012, Microsoft will be hosting Windows AzureConf , a...
  • Blog Post: PosterPedia Windows 8 App

      I really love the idea of visualization of the technology. If you love tech posters, there is a  Windows 8 Application that you'll probably love.   Windows 8 Posterpedia application by Martin Mclean includes posters for SharePoint, Exchange and off course Windows Azure (this is why I...
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