Category Archives: Windows Azure

Integrating NLog with Azure Cloud Service Diagnostics

NLog is a popular open-source logging Framework for .Net applications. In my opinion, it is very flexible and is more feature rich than, say, the builtin .Net tracing Framework. For instance, NLog supports asynchronous logging. It also supports flexible trace formatting … Continue reading

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Performing Parallel Processing in Azure Web Jobs

Azure Web Jobs are a new feature available on Azure Web Sites. They allow you to perform long-running, continuous background tasks alongside your web sites. For instance, you might have a blog and would like to resize the images that … Continue reading

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Déployer une Machine Virtuelle SQL Server 2012 sur Windows Azure

This article has been written in an effort by the Windows Azure France team to coordinate the writing of tutorials and how-to guides for various Windows Azure features and technologies. This guide is a direct translation in french of the … Continue reading

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Prise en Main du Cache sous Windows Azure

This article has been written in an effort by the Windows Azure France team to coordinate the writing of tutorials and how-to guides for various Windows Azure features and technologies. This guide is a direct translation in french of the … Continue reading

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IISConfigurator stopped working

In the past few months, I’ve worked on a large project involving the design and implementation of a SaaS offering powered by Windows Azure. The learning curve was quite steep but I think I have become more confortable over time … Continue reading

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Communicating with Windows Azure Queues with the WCF BizTalk Adapter for Windows Azure Storage Services

As part of its Cloud Computing offerring, Microsoft provides highly elastic and reliable capabilities for storing structured and unstructed data from anywhere over an internet connection. One thing I’m being very interested in, is the capabilities that Windows Azure Storage … Continue reading

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