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Add a custom device to the Azure IoT Suite Remote Monitoring solution

Today, Azure IoT Suite provides two end-to-end IoT solutions; Predictive Maintenance and Remote Monitoring. These solutions can be deployed into your Azure subscription and running in just a few mi...

Deploy an Azure Resource Manager Template

In my previous post I showed how to use Visual Studio 2015 to author a simple Azure Resource Manager (ARM) template from scratch. In this post, I will discuss a few options for deploying that templ...

Author an Azure Resource Manager Template using Visual Studio

Updated 3/19/2016 Last month I wrote an introduction to Azure Resource Manager (ARM) that talked about how ARM is different from the traditional Azure service management API’s (ASM) for deploying ...

An Introduction to the Azure Resource Manager (ARM)

The Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the service used to provision resources in your Azure subscription. It was first announced at Build 2014 when the new Azure portal (portal.azure.com) was announc...

Extending Azure AD using the Graph API

The Azure Active Directory Graph API enables some interesting scenarios that you can implement in your applications by enabling you to query and manipulate directory objects in Azure AD. In the las...

Introducing the Azure AD Graph API

At the end of the last post I closed by mentioning how the Azure AD Graph API and the IsMemberOf function could be used to determine a user’s membership in Azure AD Groups. However, as you saw in t...

Azure Redis Cache

The Azure Redis Cache is a fully managed dedicated Redis cache that can be used to increase the performance of your cloud applications. It is offered in three tiers: Basic, Standard, and Premium wi...

Using Group Claims in Azure Active Directory

In the post titled Developing Native Client Apps for Azure AD I showed how you can use the Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL) to build a native client application that calls the CloudAl...

Developing Native Client Apps for Azure Active Directory

In my post titled Building Web Apps for Azure AD, I discussed developing two types of applications protected by Azure Active Directory: web applications and web API’s. In that post I approached the...

Building Web Apps for Azure AD

In my last post I introduced some basic concepts about Azure Active Directory and ended with a review of the protocols and application endpoints that are used to build applications protected by Azu...

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