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  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Azure@home Part 7: Asynchronous Table Storage Pagination

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    This post is part of a series diving into the implementation of the @home With Windows Azure project, which formed the basis of a webcast series by Developer Evangelists Brian Hitney and Jim O’Neil. Be sure to read the introductory post for the...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Creating a Great Mashup using Windows Azure

    This post details features used by Earthquake Explorer , a Windows 8 app that displays earthquake information on Bing maps. Earthquake Explorer was based off of the Earthquakes mashup starter kit on github . Creating a mashup is pretty easy in Windows...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Getting Ready to Rock (Paper and Scissors)

    We’re gearing up for something that I think will be truly exciting – but I’m getting ahead of myself.  This is likely going to be a long series of posts, so let me start from the beginning. About a year or so ago, at the Raleigh Code Camp, I stumbled...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Rock, Paper, Azure Re-launch!

    I’m a little late getting this out (pesky vacations and all) but we re-launched Rock, Paper, Azure (RPA) a few weeks back with weekly competitions! What is Rock, Paper, Azure?  In short, it’s a game, primarily for developers.  It’s also a fun...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Storing Data in Azure: SQL, Tables, or Blobs?

    While building the back end to host our “Rock, Paper, Scissors in the cloud” game, we faced a situation of where/how to store the log files for the games that are played.   In my last post , I explained a bit about the idea; in the game, log...
  • JrzyShr Dev Guy

    Get Started with Node.js + Windows Azure: Resources

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    I previously posted the recordings of a Node.js + Windows Azure presentation I gave at the NY Alt.NET user group in January 2012. As a follow-up, here is a bookmark-able post of Node + Azure resources. Want to get started with Node.js on Azure yourself...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    RPA Game History Available

    You spoke, we listened.   Rock, Paper, Azure is going well, but one thing we’ve heard from many people is that they would like a history of their games.   The main reason for this is the “attack and retreat” approach  some people...
  • MSDN Roadshows

    Top Failed Bots

    During a presentation the other day to the Charlotte ALT.NET group ,  I made a joke that Rock, Paper, Azure is doing something completely ridiculous: we invite people to write code and we’ll run it arbitrarily.  (Well, not really arbitrarily...
  • Jim O'Neil - Technology Evangelist

    Couchbase on Azure: Creating a Virtual Network

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    This is the second post of a walkthrough to set up a mixed-mode platform- and infrastructure-as-a-service application on Windows Azure using Couchbase and ASP.NET. For more context on the application, please review this introductory post . Why Do I Need...
  • US ISV Evangelism

    Windows Azure Security Best Practices – Part 6: How Azure Services Extends Your App Security

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    image[5][3][3]Several Windows Azure services help you extend your application security into the cloud.

    Three services can help you in providing identity mapping between various providers, connections between an on premises data center, and abilities for applications (where ever they reside) to send messages to each other:

    • With Windows Azure Active Directory you create single sign on application with the authentication brokered in an application residing in the cloud. Using Access Control Service feature, you can map identities from various providers to the claims that your application understands.
    • Windows Azure Connect uses industry-standard end-to-end IPSEC protocol to establish secure connections between on-premise machines and roles in the cloud. This allows you to connect to your cloud app as if it were inside the firewall.
    • With Service Bus you can use secure messaging and relay capabilities to enable your distributed and loosely-coupled applications.
    ...
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