|Need to store 128 *bit* Primary Key: Should I use SQL Azure or Azure Table? Or Just use a linked list in Azure Blob|
| by nonkelhans in Development Tools & Services|
I need to store a large (128-bit) PK. Each int will have some
corresponding columns... no schema is defined now... and I want the schema
flexible in the future. (I only need conservative flexibility eg adding new
columns from time to time)
At this point I'm not too concerned
with the ability to do joins and such. I mostly want to pick a random PK
and search up or down to the next
|Azure, MVC web app architecture - how to split data between SQL Azure and Azure Table Storage?|
| by walshtp in Web Design|
I am in the planning phase of the typical social network type of a web
application. It will have profiles, messages, instant chat, albums, groups,
virtual presents, etc...
What are the deciding factors that
determine what data should be stored in the SQL Azure and what data should
be stored in the Table Storage?
Before the Azure all relational
data would be stored in the
|Azure Cloud Domain Controller servicing mobile desktops with Azure Connect?|
| by Sankarsan Bose in Development Tools & Services|
Given the recent updates to Windows Azure I am wondering if it is
possible to create a domain controller and file server on Azure, then
connect 10 to 20 remote workers using Azure Connect to this "virtual
My primary interest is whether or not a domain
controller can exist in the cloud and service desktops with Active
Directory as they roam. This would eliminate the need for
|Azure Caching issue(some setting on Azure account and web.config file for Sessions)|
| by Jeffrey Shackelford in Programming Languages|
I have a problem about web.config file which is exist on MVC3 Cloud
As you know for using Sessions on Cloud you need to
create name space on Azure account Caching side. And get some custom
settings for web.config data from azure and copy them in your
Till here everything works fine. But if add some
additional line in my web.config file like this.
|How to migrate existing ASP.NET MVC 3 Project with .MDF file (Sql 2008) to Windows Azure Emulator (using SQL Azure)|
| by Elcs in ASP & ASP.net|
I have existing project in Visual Studio 2010, ASP.NET MVC 3 with
existing database using .mdf (SQL 2008 Express). After doing some googling,
I got confused because there are so much resources. Could you help me
pointed me out the straightforward tutorial link?
|In Visual Studio, can I deploy C# to my own Azure Virtual Machines rather than Azure Worker Roles?|
| by unfool in C & C++ & C#|
In many of the Visual Studio demos, you can deploy a background worker
role program (like a Console app or something) to Azure. Do you know if
it's possible to direct those worker role deployments to an Azure Virtual
Machine I'm running instead?
|Azure SDK + Django + Visual Studio 2012 - Publish to Azure succeeds, but I get 500 error|
| by Enar in Web Design|
I followed the instructions here:
However, whenever I try to open the url to my web app in the cloud I
get a 500 error.
The tutorial doesn't mention setting up the
TEMPLATE_DIRS setting in the django application or doing any work on the
cloud service machine to install python/djang
|Dynamic Database / Schema in Entity framework on Windows Azure / SQL Azure|
| by tedrodai in Programming Languages|
We are currently in process of developing SAAS application codename
FinAcuity which will be hosted on Windows Azure platform and primary
database will be SQL Azure.
Here are some Technical
Specifications for our product:
Development Environment - Asp.Net
4.0 with MVC 3 (Razor), Entity Framework
Database - SQL Azure
Here is our Business Case:
|Can I mount an Azure Storage account to my Azure Website as a drive letter?|
| by Ian McKellar in Web Design|
I have a PHP application that I cannot modify, and part of this
application accepts uploads from the end-user. I don't want to store those
uploads (which could be large) to my Azure Website storage allocation, so I
would rather direct them to an Azure Storage account. Is there some way to
mount an Azure Storage account to my Website as a simple drive letter so I
can save files to it that way?
|How integrate active directory and sql azure for authenticating users to access the application running on azure|
| by Traveling around the world in Databases|
I want to integrate on-premise active directory and sql azure for
authenticating users to access the application running on azure.
some users are in active directory and some in sql azure database.
What i require is , when user access the application it must ask for
credentials like user name and password.
Now this authentication is
done using on premise active directory a