Monthly Archives: October 2011

Load balancing available for Azure Service Bus Relay

I saw on twitter a post written by Richard Seroter about the Load Balancing and the Azure Service Bus. And it’s fantastic !!! Indeed, I’ve implemented some relay web services and I’ve to deals with the high availability, because you can’t … Continue reading

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Connect Visual Studio to TFS Preview (TFS Azure)

  I’ve got a key to test the new Team Foundation Server on Azure (TFS Preview). An IHM is available on a browser to manage user and so on. I try to connect to the server with my visual studio … Continue reading

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SCOM 2007 R2 : Problem when trying to edit a management Pack after CU4 or CU5

Today, we’ve tried (with Michel Hubert) to use System Center Operation Manager 2007 R2 to monitoring my Azure Environment. We succeed to add a new azure application in SCOM but when We’ve tried to customize my management pack, a pop-up … Continue reading

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WCF custom Behavior to authenticate against Azure Access Control

In a recent post, we have realized a simple scenario that use ACS with a Token Request with a UserName/Password (Symmetric Key) on client side and a Token Validation on server side when it receive the request. Because I’m a … Continue reading

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Azure : SQL Data Sync Available in new Portal

This evening, I saw a new button in the Azure Management Portal :

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Azure Access Control Service – WCF service with symmetric key authentication

Last week, I search to implement a simple scenario that use the Access Service Control (ACS) of Azure to authenticate with a WCF Service. I’ve retrieved a lab in an old Windows Azure Training Kit (WAPTK) of february 2011. In … Continue reading

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