Microsoft Windows Azure Free Trial

If you’ve been curious about cloud-computing and Windows Azure, you might be interested in this new offer from Microsoft. They just started a trial program where you can get a month of compute hours, 3 months of SQL Azure, and 500 Mb of storage for free. Check out the offer at this page, http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/free-trial/default.aspx. You […]
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Windows Azure Training Series: Writing to Blob Storage

My last couple posts covered the basics of Azure storage. See, Windows Azure Training Series:  Understanding Azure Storage and Windows Azure Training Series:  Creating an Azure Storage Account. Now let’s write some code. Accessing Blob Storage Blob storage is accessed using the CloudBlobClient class. When creating it, specify the configuration information, as shown in the last post. […]
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Windows Azure Training Series: Creating an Azure Storage Account

In this blog post, I assume you already have an Azure subscription and a user account set up. If you do not, check out Windows Azure Training Series:  Understanding Subscriptions and Users. You might also like to read Windows Azure Training Series: Understanding Azure Storage for an overview of Azure storage. Creating a new Azure storage account […]
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Windows Azure Training Series: Understanding Azure Storage

Windows Azure Storage Choices There are a couple common ways of storing data when using Microsoft Windows Azure. One is SQL Azure, which is a cloud-based version of Microsoft SQL Server. The other is Azure storage. SQL Azure will be familiar to those who already understand relational databases. It may also make moving an application […]
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Windows Azure Training Series: Deploying a Windows Azure Application

This is the fifth in a series I’ve been writing on learning Microsoft Windows Azure. In this post, you’ll deploy the application created earlier; see Windows Azure Training Series – Creating Your First Azure Project. Configuring an Azure Role With your Square a Number Azure project open in Visual Web Developer (or Visual Studio), go to […]
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