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Patterns: Windows Azure – Upgrading your table storage schema without disrupting your service

In general, there are two kind of updates you’ll mainly perform on Windows Azure. One of them is changing your application’s logic (or so called business logic) e.g. the way you handle/read queues, or how you process data or even protocol updates etc and the other is schema updates/changes. I’m not referring to SQL Azure … Continue reading

SQL Azure – Programmatically set your firewall settings

One of the latest features introduced on SQL Azure is the abillity to apply firewall settings on your database and allow only specific IP ranges to connect to it. This can be done through SQL Azure Portal or through code using stored procedures. If you want to take a look at which rules are active … Continue reading

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