Monthly Archives: July 2012

Azure Service Bus – Topics (Using the CloudFx Framework)

Today, I am going to introduce working with Azure Service Bus Topics using the CloudFx Framework published by Microsoft which makes building enterprise class, truly scalable applications much simpler over the existing Azure infrastructure. If you are serious on Azure, … Continue reading

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Shared Access – Azure Table storage

The Windows Azure storage SDK 1.7 release has come out with a host of new features and one of the key features is the ability to issue Shared Access Signatures on the Table storage (as well as Queue storage). If … Continue reading

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Caching in Azure – What’s New – (Depth – 200)

Caching – We all know the importance of caching in Web applications today. De-stress your backend database servers is not only the need of hour, but an important design decision. Caching is often not that simple, as the choice what … Continue reading

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