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By Chris Hay, Brian Prince

Azure in motion is a fast moving educational meant for architects and builders trying to increase cloud-based functions at the home windows Azure Platform. Written through of Microsoft's top Azure evangelists, it really is designed either for readers new to cloud techniques and for these conversant in cloud improvement yet new to Azure. beginning with center strategies, the booklet explores designing and scaling front-end and back-end companies that run within the cloud, and extra complicated situations in home windows Azure. Later chapters introduce the remainder of the Azure companies Platform with a specific specialise in SQL Azure Database.

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0 of SQL Azure, which was released at PDC 2009, provides the core capabilities of SQL Server in the cloud. The first release can be likened to running an instance of SQL Server Express Edition on a shared host, with some changes to security so that you can’t mess with other databases on the same server. Communication with SQL Azure is via the Tabular Data Stream (TDS) protocol, which is the same protocol that’s used for the on-premises editions of SQL Server. You can connect SQL Management Studio directly to your database hosted in the cloud, as if it were hosted locally.

Don’t worry; we’ll continue dissecting Windows Azure after you get your hands dirty with a little code. NET website in this example, the good news is that almost any website that can currently be hosted in IIS on Windows Server 2008 can be hosted in Windows Azure. 5 SP1. NET MVC websites. 5 SP1 website, you’ll need to download the Windows Azure software development kit (SDK). 1 Setting up your environment The SDK contains a whole bunch of things that’ll make your life easier when developing for Windows Azure, including the following: Windows Azure development fabric (a simulation of the live fabric) Visual Studio templates for creating web applications Windows Azure storage environment Deployment tools A glimpse of a bright new world In chapter 2, we’ll take a deeper look at some of the items in the SDK.

DFUI This script starts the management UI for the local development fabric. DSinit Use this tool to run the initialization needed for the Development storage service on a new SQL instance. If you’re using SQL Server Express, the initialization is usually run once, on first startup. You’ll need to run this yourself if you’re running a local instance of SQL Server. This tool is located in the devstore subdirectory, under the bin folder. The SDK provides tools you can use when you aren’t using Visual Studio or when you’re automating some of your processes.

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