Live Mesh is back baby!
The service that has been in beta for around two years, known as Windows Live Mesh was packaged in Live Essentials 2011 as Live Sync.
Microsoft came back to the original name: Windows Live Mesh.
I’ve been using Live Mesh since day...
Microsoft has setup a customer feedback site for Windows Azure a few months ago. It has a voting feature where you can vote for new features you would like to see in Windows Azure.
Here are the top 9 ideas I liked:
This is part of a series of blogs. See the preceding blog entries:
- Departmental Application Migration to Azure – Part 1
- Departmental Application Migration to Azure – Part 2 – ADFS Installation
- Departmental Application Migration to Azure – Part 3 – ADFS with on-premise web app
As mentioned before on this...
I’ve bumped into a funny Windows Azure Storage API feature lately.
I was trying to read / write the meta data of a blob-container using a Shared Access Signature (SAS) and got a 404 Resource Not Found.
Well, after flipping my algorithm upside down quite a few times I considered that was by designed.
It is confirmed, it is by...
I’ve been spinning by head around to understand how to use this Azure Storage concept for quite a while, so I’ve decided to share my findings.
The most useful web resource I found was this blog entry. Here I’m gona give a less API-driven approach, which is faster as long as you know which containers / blobs you want...