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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...

Azure Active Directory: An Introduction

What Azure Active Directory is (and is not) Azure Active Directory (aka Azure AD) is a fully managed multi-tenant service from Microsoft that offers identity and access capabilities for applicatio...

Deep Dive: Azure Websites and Organizational Authentication using Azure AD

In my previous post I showed how to create an Azure Website that uses Organizational Accounts for authenticating users in Azure Active Directory. In this post, I’m going to go deeper and explore ho...

Authenticating with Organizational Accounts and Azure Active Directory

If you’re an enterprise developer targeting Microsoft Azure for a new Line-of-Business (LOB) application, then you will most likely be building your application to authenticate users using Azure Ac...

Web Site Affinity with Windows Azure Traffic Manager

In my previous post I talked about using Windows Azure Web Sites and Traffic Manager together to achieve load balancing across web site deployments in different regions. Having Traffic Manager sup...

Windows Azure Web Sites and Traffic Manager

Last week Microsoft announced Traffic Manager support for Windows Azure Web Sites. This is a fantastic feature that enables you to deploy your web site to multiple data center regions, resulting i...

Continuous Deployment (GitHub) with Azure Web Sites and Staged Publishing

With Windows Azure Web Sites you can setup continuous deployment (CD) to publish your site directly from source control as changes are checked in. This is a fantastic automation feature that can b...

Auto Scaling Cloud Services on CPU Percentage with the Windows Azure Monitoring Services Management Library

The auto scaling feature in Windows Azure is a fantastic feature that enables you to scale your services dynamically based on a set of rules. For example, in the case of Cloud Cervices, if CPU exc...

It works fine in the Windows Azure Emulator but fails when I publish to Windows Azure

Today I ran into one of those situations where my cloud service worked just fine running locally in the Windows Azure Emulator but failed when I published to Windows Azure, resulting in this infamo...

Calling Azure Service Management REST API's from C#

Introduction The Management Portal for Windows Azure provides a nice user experience for many service management operations such as creating cloud services, storage accounts, virtual machines, virt...

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