12 Ways to Secure the Cloud – Resistance is Futile

I keep reading that people are resisting the cloud because of security. Here are twelve things you can do to makes sure your clooud applications are secure.
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Worker Role Communication in Windows Azure, Part 1

In an earlier post we talked about the “Asynchronous Web/Worker Role Pattern” in Windows Azure. In this pattern the web roles are “client facing” and expose an http endpoint. In Azure a web role is essentially a virtual machine running IIS while a worker role is a background process that is usually not visible to […]
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Azure Platform AppFabric Service Bus

Okay, back to Windows Azure and the Azure Platform … My personal opinion is that Azure is a very compelling cloud offering. While certainly not perfect, and not without the need for some developer effort, I continue to believe that Azure is a very attractive option for a variety of reasons. This is particularly true […]
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Microsoft Azure Platform as a Service (PaaS) Stands Out From the Crowd

In a recent interview with Information Week editors Microsoft’s CEO Steve Balmer sent the message that Microsoft is ‘all in’ when it comes to cloud computing. The message Steve Balmer sent regarding Azure in comparison to other cloud providers was interesting, stating that ‘ There is nobody with an offer like ours (Azure) in the […]
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SQL Azure

The final storage option we will discuss is SQL Azure. As the name suggests, SQL Azure is a fully functional relational database in the cloud. It is part of the Windows Azure Platform. By design, SQL Azure will seem very familiar to anyone who has used SQL Server. There are, however, some important differences between […]
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