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One of the great features of using cloud based infrastructure platform is being able to increase or decrease resources (compute / storage / bandwidth) on demand. Last week I wanted to scale up our TeamCity server as our demands on it have increased in the last few months, making the change via the Azure Management […]


If you host ALM infrastructure in Windows Azure Infrastructure as a Service, configuring email notifications can be a bit of a problem as you need a SMTP relay and there isn’t one available in the Windows Azure Fabric (to combat spammers), however, if you also use Office 365, you can use their public SMTP relay. […]


Downloading Windows Azure Subscription Files

by Pascal Arnould

If you use Azure Management Studio, you can quickly setup your connections by importing your publish settings […]


When you run your cloud services in Azure, it is possible to change your configuration settings (app settings, number of instances, etc.) whilst your service is running – either via the Azure portal or the service management API. However, you may want to test how your application responds to these config changes whilst running locally […]


Azure Cloud Migration Portal

by Matthew Adams

Today, we’ve set up what is the beginnings of a one-stop shop for information about Azure Cloud Migration projects. It consists of a bunch of curated links to case studies, whitepapers and developer tools, along with a feed of the latest Azure-related blogs and twitter feeds. If you’ve got an article, case study or tool […]


RavenDB in the Cloud

by Matthew Adams

We’ve been building some content-managed websites recently (this one, for instance). We needed a storage solution, and, as with many other document-centric applications, a document-orientated database is really what we want – something that lets us read, write and query document-structured data (1). With Microsoft Windows Azure you have a bunch of different storage options available. Key/Value Pair data […]


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