Using Azure Storage Queues from .NET

Azure Storage Queues provide an easy to implement messaging communication mechanism for reliably passing messages to/from different components of a single application or multiple applications. Storage Queues have an HTTP/HTTPS API to allow for support […]

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Microsoft Azure Certification: Where to Start? 2015 Edition 5

Microsoft Azure Certification: Where to Start? 2015 Edition

The question of “Where do I start?” can be confusing if you’ve never studied for or taken a Microsoft Certification exam before. It can also be a bit daunting if you don’t know anyone who […]

Azure Storage Explorer 6

Azure Storage Explorer

The new Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer provides a GUI interface for managing Azure Storage from both Windows and Mac OS X. Rather than build this functionality into the Azure Management Portal, the Azure Storage Explorer […]

Azure Web App: Connection Strings 7

Azure Web App: Connection Strings

Just as all Azure Web Apps need configuration values, most applications also need to have database Connection String values configured. With Azure Web Apps the Connection Strings are stored/retrieved in a very similar fashion as […]

Azure Web App: Application Settings 8

Azure Web App: Application Settings

All web applications have some kind of configurations necessary. The method of storing and accessing these settings varies on different web application platforms. In ASP.NET they are normally stored within <appSettings> element of the web.config […]

Azure Exam Certification Braindumps 9

Azure Exam Certification Braindumps

Microsoft certifications are very difficult exams and the new Azure certification exams are no exception. For this reason there are some who would post questions directly from these exams to share with others. These collections […]

Using Azure Service Bus Queues from .NET

The Azure Service Bus Queue feature offers easy to implement infrastructure for implementing brokered messaging communication. Implementing a Message Queue requires the implementation of at least two application components: a Sender and a Receiver. The […]

Azure GPU Computing in the Cloud 10

Azure GPU Computing in the Cloud

One of the many exciting new features to the Microsoft Azure cloud platform that Microsoft announces at AzureCon 2015 is the all new Azure GPU Compute. This allows for Virtual Machines (VMs) to utilize GPU’s […]

Azure Cloud Hardware is Made of Containers

At the heart of the Microsoft Cloud are servers, networks, Internet connections, and much, much more! These data centers share a lot of qualities with traditional Enterprise data centers; such as fire suppression, humidity control, […]

Create Azure Service Bus Namespaces using PowerShell cmdlets and Azure CLI 1.0

An Microsoft Azure Service Bus Namespace can certainly be managed through the Azure Management Portal. However easy that is for a user to do manually, it definitely can be useful to create and manage Azure […]