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May 2011 - Posts

How does the Windows Azure Fabric controller do that?

Kevin Williamson has a great post on the overall flow of things from the point of publishing of your package up on the Windows Azure Developer Portal to Run().

These are good things to know as many times you need to inject steps, tasks, context at various stages of your service instance’s lifetime.

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/kwill/archive/2011/05/05/windows-azure-role-architecture.aspx

Windows Azure Role Architecture - Windows Azure - Troubleshooting & Debugging - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Posted: 05-26-2011 8:23 AM by cicorias | with no comments
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CloudNinja - Windows Azure Multi-tenant Sample - Home

So, as one of the OneTAP leads for Windows Azure focusing on the BizSpark folks, I run into many questions regarding HOWTO and in areas of Auto-Scaling, provisioning, authentication.

The folks at Full Scale 180 (http://www.fullscale180.com) have created a nice sample application that demonstrates the following:

Key Features

  • Metering
  • Automated Scaling
  • Federated Identity
  • Provisioning

Contents
  • Sample source code
  • Design document
  • Setup guide
  • Sample walkthrough

 

 

CloudNinja - Windows Azure Multi-tenant Sample - Home

Posted: 05-18-2011 5:41 AM by cicorias | with no comments
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Welcomed Addition to the WIF Family–SAML-P WIF Extension CTP

This is a very nice addition and will make development across the various WebSSO protocols that much easier.

Announcing the WIF Extension for SAML 2.0 Protocol Community Technology Preview! - Claims-Based Identity Blog - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Posted: 05-16-2011 4:11 PM by cicorias | with no comments
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State Machine is “back”…

With the NetFx 4.0 platform update, the WF state machine is back…

Microsoft .NET Framework 4 Platform Update 1 - The .NET Endpoint - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

Who needs reflector? ILSpy to the rescue..

Reflector has been invaluable over the years.  I’m torn about the idea it’s become a paid for tool, and by all means folks should be compensated for great work.  Not sure where Lutz is in the cash flow.

But, the ICSharpCode guys have released ILSpy at www.ILSpy.com  (http://wiki.sharpdevelop.net/ilspy.ashx)

Right now the limitation is it’s NetFx 4.0+.  So, keep that unfortunately self-updating version of Reflector around.  I still may pay, but it’s good to know there’s competition.

Thanks Sony–tell me something we didn’t know–about all the “free” things to protect ourselves after your screw up

Amazing.  Sony sends out this and it’s as if they’re taking credit for all the Free things we as consumers do (or can do) to protect ourselves already.

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Posted: 05-03-2011 5:21 AM by cicorias | with no comments
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