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Enabling WinRM / Remote Powershell on Azure Resource Manager Windows OS VMs

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Note: these instructions only apply to Windows VMs created using Azure Resource Manager. For VMs created in Azure Classic mode (old portal at http://manage.windowsazure.com), WinRM / Remote Powershell is enabled by default for certified Windows images. If you need WinRM (required to run remote Powershell commands) enabled on new Windows Virtual Machines created using Azure Resource […]

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Microsoft Azure Readiness Kit for DevCamps February 2016 update

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Content for the Microsoft Azure Readiness Kit DevCamps has been recently updated to reflect the latest announcements, including PaaS, App Services, IaaS, Machine Learning, Data platform and storage, Media, Integration and Identity. Great resource for beginners that want to understand the Azure platform or for experts who need a quick refresh on the multiple Azure […]

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The Windows Azure Training Kit April 2013 update is now available

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The April 2013 version of the Windows Azure Training Kit is now available for download. You can find it here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=8396 Content Updates: • New Presentation: Windows Azure Mobile Services and Android • New Lab: Windows Azure Mobile Services and Android • New Lab: Windows Azure Mobile Services and Windows Phone • New Presentation: Introduction […]

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Top Benefits of Running Node.js on Windows Azure

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Great Blog entry from my friend and colleague Hanu Kommalapati on the benefits of running Node.js applications on the Windows Azure platform… Click here to open link…

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Supporting mobile device applications using RESTful services running on Windows Azure

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I recently wrote an article with my friend and colleague Bruno Terkaly for MSDN magazine on using Windows Azure to support mobile device applications (including iOS, Android, and Windows Phone) that require back-end services. The solution that we propose is based on a REST style architecture, a very popular approach that provides flexibility and speed. […]

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Windows Azure Queues and Windows Azure Service Bus Queues – Compared and Contrasted

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Great article explaining the differences between Windows Azure Queues and the new messaging capabilities in the Windows Azure Service Bus. It contains typical scenarios, as well as general guidelines on when to use one vs. the other. Click here to open link…

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