Ok, that’s it, I’m started for feature requests on Windows Azure with my last Blog Entry, let’s keep going!
I’ve spoke about how Azure Storage, and more specifically Azure Tables, lack querying capabilities. Another Azure Storage component, Azure Queues, also lack a big feature: notification!
To some extent Azure queues are even less optional than...
I’ve been reading the Wikipedia article about CouchDB lately. It always impresses me how much engineering effort and men-hours are put into so many competing platforms. I guess the least we could do is to look at the architecture of those initiatives and get the best out of them.
I’ve learned something new this morning while doing a proof-of-concept around WCF REST services.
I did a little WPF demo app both hosting and consuming web services. I was trying to handle faults properly, using fault contracts. I had experience with SOAP-based WCF web services, so I went the motions, starting by creating a fault contract:
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
For me, authentication is the major challenge for this proof of concept. The migration of our tiny database, the web application that...
I finally read an official note from the BPOS team about a bunch of features I was looking for in BPOS, especially for SharePoint. Mainly:
- Federated Identity!
- SharePoint 2010 Online
- Extranet access for SharePoint online
There are no date mentioned, but BPOS usually deploys new version quarterly.
As I mentioned in...