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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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